yes it should just work as it does on stock. The charging driver is not changed in any way.i can answer you that also: it works with kirisakura
Just to be clear for the community: this is totally parallel stuff to the dev work and it's nothing to do with the dev. Everybody that does this, does this at their own risk
thanks for the answer. i looked a bit into charging driver but oh boy, that was a lot of code. thought maybe you could help a bit but i understand your concernsExactly. That’s also why I won’t give much input to this topic. I don’t like to play with these things as I’m no expert on the topic of batteries nor do I have any means to do long term testing with the batteries/charging method as on OEM does.
I will say this much, tho I believe this is more SOC based than panel based... The phone struggles to keep 144hz unless x mode is activated. This goes system wide. Chrome would shuffle between a range of 118-144hz/fps. X mode makes everything solid now. Just found that interesting. 120hz barely had any fluctuation at all no matter what.What is the panel model of the rog 2? Is it the same as rog 3? Wanted to do some self research before trying 144hz
> You can fine tune the lowest brightness value via /sys/module/msm_drm/parameters/bl_min. Default value is now "3".
I modified the value to "2" but it always resets back to "3" after reboot. Is it because the value cannot be lower than "3"?
Or, it is a problem with my text editor? I use MiXplorer's built-in code editor to modify the value.
This fine with latest update stock rom ? .75The value defaults to 3 on every reboot. I don't think it will make a difference if set lower than 3 anyway.
If you want the value to stick across reboots, either create a script or create a "user setting" in exkm that sets it to your desired value on each boot
you probably won´t find any documentation about the panel as there´s basically nothing available. if you find anything interesting let me know.What is the panel model of the rog 2? Is it the same as rog 3? Wanted to do some self research before trying 144hz
yes indeed you´re right. The phone seems to can´t keep up rendering chrome at 144fps when the screen is not touched and no interaction with the phone is happening, thus the powerhal is not boosting the frequencies.I will say this much, tho I believe this is more SOC based than panel based... The phone struggles to keep 144hz unless x mode is activated. This goes system wide. Chrome would shuffle between a range of 118-144hz/fps. X mode makes everything solid now. Just found that interesting. 120hz barely had any fluctuation at all no matter what.
This fine with latest update stock rom ? .75
Question 1 and 3 are answered if reading the first post.Dear Sir,
I've got some Questions:
1.- Can I install without Rooting?
2.- Works with the latest Stock Rom (17.0240.2103.75- 25-MAR-2020)?
3.- What are the exactly steps to do it if yes without rooting
Looking Forward To,
No it's still there on the server. The website just hasn't been updated yet, it was never visible on the website for me.I think the .75 firmware has been pulled.
I saw it last week on ASUS website. But today, it is not there anymore.