Its working both in cm based and aosp based ROMs
#include <std_disclaimer.h> /* * Your warranty is now void. * * I am not responsible for bricked devices, dead SD cards, * thermonuclear war, or you getting fired because the alarm app failed. Please * do some research if you have any concerns about features included in this ROM * before flashing it! YOU are choosing to make these modifications, and if * you point the finger at me for messing up your device, I will laugh at you.*/
--v1.8-- (4 September 2015) -Reduced max and default current in charger control. -Added and reverted some stuff as an attempt to bring back lagless life. --v1.7-- (23 August 2015) -Updated base to latest CM sources. -Introducing Zapdos Charger Control, a mechanism to control charging current. (Min: 500 mA, Max: 2000mA) -Implemented sysfs for pocket mode. -Enabled F2FS. -Fixed up gaming performance issues. --v1.6-- (22 July 2015) -Added Power Suspend drivers. -Added IntelliPlug. -Added IntelliThermal. -Added Dynamic Fsync, by faux123, ported to work with Power Suspend drivers by varun.chitre15, backported to Linux 3.4 by me. --v1.5-- (1 July 2015) -Switched to Aroma Installer -Kernel installation made available in 2 modes : i) With DT2W ii) Without DT2W -Some fixes in proximity sensor involvement in DT2W. -Optimized AES and SHA1 routines. --v1.4-- (26 June 2015) -Incremental update to initiate in-app updates. --v1.3--(12 June 2015) -Fixed doubletap2wake. -Fixed Accelerometer in kernel level. --v1.2--(3 June 2015) -Added Double Tap to Wake. -Improved square root algorithm. -Sound Recording capabilities extened to 320Kbps. -Disabled some debugging. -No 'dirty things' in Kernel Info. --v1.1-- (29 May 2015) 1. Added SoundControl v3 by Faux123 2. Dynamic ReadAhead Support 3. Added I/O Scheduler i. BFQ 4.Enabled ARCH_POWER 5.Added more governors i. Ondemandplus ii. Intellidemand iii. Intelliactive iv. Lionheart v. Wheatley --Initial Build-- (24 May 2015) 1. Disabled Gentle fair sleepers. 2. Disabled CRC check. 3. Reduced swappiness. 4. Added bunch of advanced TCP Congestion Controls. 5. Optimized SLUB. 6. Asynchronous I/O latency to a solid-state disk greatly increased . 7. NOATIME and NODIRATIME by default. 8. Enabled aggressive multi-core power savings. 9. Added various I/O Schedulers.