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By Cyb3rGlitch, Senior Member on 19th October 2012, 11:58 AM
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13th July 2014, 01:21 AM |#1391  
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just a heads up -- I got the SDK error as well.
13th July 2014, 05:01 AM |#1392  
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Also getting the "application requires newer sdk version" error
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Hmm, maybe I accidentally compiled it on the preview SDK. I'll fix it and update it.

Nexus 4, Android 4.4.4 rooted/stock ROM. Had full version installed with Nexus 4 plugin. Uninstalled plug-in; same error. Uninstalled app; same error. Lite version can install but full version can't.
13th July 2014, 08:12 AM |#1393  
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v1.99.9
fixed this, thank you Vito

Sent from my tablet./Odoslané z môjho tabletu.
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13th July 2014, 10:59 AM |#1394  
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Cheers everyone. Hopefully this is enough to keep people happy until I can get v2.0 done!
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13th July 2014, 10:52 PM |#1395  
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For quite a while (about 3 months or so) I've been having a problem where my non-rooted 2013 Nexus 7 would spontaneously reboot. Sometimes it would reboot twice a day, sometimes it would go 3 or 4 days without rebooting. It never took more than 4 days to reboot. To make a long story short, I eventually ended up uninstalling Lux, and now my current uptime is almost 20 days. It could be a complete coincidence, but it seems plausible that Lux was the culprit. Can you think of any reason Lux might cause a reboot?
14th July 2014, 01:15 AM |#1396  
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Could someone explain how to install the cf.lumen plugin whilst not having cf.lumen running or changing the color? And how is the plugin used in lux?
14th July 2014, 02:19 PM |#1397  
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For quite a while (about 3 months or so) I've been having a problem where my non-rooted 2013 Nexus 7 would spontaneously reboot. Sometimes it would reboot twice a day, sometimes it would go 3 or 4 days without rebooting. It never took more than 4 days to reboot. To make a long story short, I eventually ended up uninstalling Lux, and now my current uptime is almost 20 days. It could be a complete coincidence, but it seems plausible that Lux was the culprit. Can you think of any reason Lux might cause a reboot?

I'm not sure how Lux could cause reboots on a non-rooted device. I'm inclined to say it's a coincidence if you're using the stock ROM. I certainly haven't had that issue while testing on my Nexus 7 2013.

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Could someone explain how to install the cf.lumen plugin whilst not having cf.lumen running or changing the color? And how is the plugin used in lux?

You can disable CF.lumen after you install the driver. As long as the driver is installed Lux will be able to use it.
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14th July 2014, 08:27 PM |#1398  
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You can disable CF.lumen after you install the driver. As long as the driver is installed Lux will be able to use it.

If I check "CF.lumen integation" do I then also need to select it as a plug-in? (This does not work for me!) If not, maybe that menu item should be greyed-out.

Do any of the settings in CF.lumen make a difference or does this behave as if I was using a regular Lux plug-in?

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15th July 2014, 02:56 AM |#1399  
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And the Nexus5 plugin finally works as it should after enabling CF.Lumen and download the drivers

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Tom
15th July 2014, 07:53 PM |#1400  
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I'm not sure how Lux could cause reboots on a non-rooted device. I'm inclined to say it's a coincidence if you're using the stock ROM. I certainly haven't had that issue while testing on my Nexus 7 2013.


You can disable CF.lumen after you install the driver. As long as the driver is installed Lux will be able to use it.

What would be the upside to installing cf.lumen driver? Any specific benefits that make it worthwhile to do?
16th July 2014, 11:11 AM |#1401  
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What would be the upside to installing cf.lumen driver? Any specific benefits that make it worthwhile to do?

Good question, I have only found a downside, the driver causes my ROM to bootloop
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