Best kernel for AOKP 28

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  1. higgins

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    What is a good kernal for aokp 28? I want to enable the fast charge feature, I grabbed francos ,glados,imoseyon,popcorn kernals. So far im still running the kernel that came with aokp. I understand its all matter of opinion and any input is greatly appreciated.
     
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    Try either Franco or Imoseyon's kernel. I've used both and they've been great. I use their latest nightlies/experimentals.
     
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    What is the fast charge? I have this rom also. Also really quick I'm wondering how to use the color multipliers tuning and color gamma tuning? Lastly if someone could gimme the basics of voltage control i would very much appreciate it.

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    I'm running Franco's latest Stable kernal and it's running smooth and battery life is better.
     
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    Fast charge- If you have it enabled then if you connect just the USB cable to a PC or car stereo, it will charge as fast as if was connected with the wall charger. Normally USB charging charges much slower

    The color multipliers change the color settings. Adjust to preference.

    Voltages will lower the power needed for the processor to run. Adjust with caution and never set on boot until you know they're stable.
     
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    Btw Franco's app now has an option to install imoseyon's latest kernels as well.
     
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    what would be a good seeing for the color controls?

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    Whatever is best for you. I haven't messed with the settings cuz I think they look good to me. I believe the default colors are there in the event you don't like it you can always reset the values to default.
     
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    Normally I used imos but on the latest aokp I tried out faux's latest and man I can really tell the difference w the new color settings. Much brighter

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    I believe faux's kernel has tweaked color settings built in.
     
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    I went with imoseyan kernal and what a differenceDancingNexus
     
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    Yeah it does. I think a few of the custom kernels do but this is the first time I really noticed a huge difference with how much brighter it looked.

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    Can someone please post a link for this kernel with color settings built in

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    here ya go... Hope this is what you mean...http://rootzwiki.com/index.php?/topic/12512-GN-LTE[Hybrid-3.0.21]-ICS4.0.2/3/4/Pre-UV,OC,TUN,CIFS,OTG,FIOPS(v013)[Feb-18]

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    Is that for faux's newest kernel?

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