Other Kernels have it at 1440 little, 1804 big. That's probably why they're asking but last time I checked, MIUI has the same frequencies as your Kernel.Uh that's the max?
kenzo:/ # cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu4/cpufreq/scaling_available_frequencies
400000 883200 940800 998400 1056000 1113600 1190400 1248000 1305600 1382400 1612800 1747200
ApologiesWhat do you mean with AOSP roms? it should work with any custom rom running 7.1.1, I assume most, if not all, are somewhat based on LineageOS's code
I know about those commits, I made them myself. They won't do anything if the scanner doesn't pick up your finger, sounds like a firmware issue, not Kernel driver.Fingerprint scanner is very slow in all Nougat based roms.
@ times it doesn't even respond to it, not even a haptic feedback or anything, which is quite annoying. This is related to kernel i believe.
I guess @MEGAX91 has a commit to boost fp unlocking (a bit).
Very excited to use fk on kenzo
I used fk on gt n7000 loooong back and it was amazing!
It is not a good idea to change the NOS kernel ...guess what.. I had purchased the paid version of the Franco Kernel Update Manager app looong ago when i had the Nexus 4. After I retired that phone i completely forgot about that purchase.. until today when I was super pleased to see Franco support the Redmi Note 3 and I was able to use the paid app again!!
Quick question - I am currently on the latest version of Nitrogen OS which is based on 7.1.2. I am more than willing to try this on that but wanted to double check if I will run into some major problem if i try to flash it and it doesn't support 7.1.2 yet