I hope this helps you. Just let me know
Hi dear Franco, thanks a lot for your great work.
I've faced an strange issue by volume gain on my Hi-Fi system. I put the volume gain on 3, when I change it to 4 while playing music on my Panasonic hi-fi system, sound quality is ok but after several seconds music pause by phone! Can this hurt the phone pre-amplifier that phone pause music automatically?
With all options in Naptime enabled, i have some troubles with the app Pocket Casts. When i stop listening to it, even if i close the app it seems it leaves something active. In fact if i see battery stats i can see the active bar full, until i manually kill the app. Does it happen to anyone of you Naptime users?
You're right Franco, and that's why i didn't post here in first place.. But after investigating a bit, i haven't solved it yet. I know it's not Naptime fault, but i'm just trying to understand how this happens.
Pocket Casts leaves a playback service on even after closed, only after it played something. After a bit of time on screen off, i can clearly see that phone has been active in the meanwhile (from battery stats), and this stops only if i manually terminate the app.
I will try to collect some screenshots, if this doesn't bother you...
Edit: Of course what i meant is that this happens with Naptime enabled...
Yes, just flash itJust got the 5x and plan to keep the phone unrooted but I did unlock my bootloader to leave myself open for kernel flashing. That said, is this kernel good to go without needing FKU or any other additional tweaks? I've seen some reports that kernels for this phone can provide either battery improvement or smoothness but not both. I'm hoping this kernel can do both though without needing additional steps.
Yeah, I'm ready to flash but don't have a way of flashing the stock kernel back in case of emergency so i'm holding off until I have that. I know FKU can enable more functionality but I just don't want to root right now for certain apps I use will break. I see this has options for naptime which is a newer, separate app. No issues if I choose not to use this (again because no root) or other apps to take advantage of features?
Thanks for the info. I've used your kernels before when I had a nexus 4 but you've been very busy with additional apps and features since then. Just wanted to verify I wouldn't have any issues running the kernel without root. I know the kernel works but never know if you truly need root to properly optimize the kernel.
Thanks for all you do as always.