[MOD] Enable ClearMotion on MIUI based ROMs


Disclaimer: I have personally tested this on Redmi Note 2 (Angels
and Demons ROM V4)



Pre-requisites:
  • Rooted Redmi Note 2 (or MediaTek based
    device on MIUI 7 ROM)

  • TWRP or CWM recovery installed

  • Flashable zip file containing ClearMotion libraries ported to
    MIUI

(Please don't mirror the file to other file sharing services: and
don't mind the adfly link. The port is being given to you free of
cost; and you compensate for it simply by not mirroring it. Thank you
:) )



Steps:
  • Download the file
    "Enable_ClearMotion_v1_for_Redmi_Note_2_by_Hasaan6 545.zip"
    and place it in your sdcard

    Using "Root Explorer", navigate to
    "system/build.prop" and use its built in text editor to add
    the following lines at the end of the file. Don't forget to add an
    extra empty line at the end.


Code:


style="text-align:left">persist.sys.display.clearMotion=1

persist.clearMotion.fblevel.nrm=255

persist.clearMotion.fblevel.bdr=255

ro.mtk_clearmotion_support=1

ro.mtk_slow_motion_support=1

ro.mtk_16x_slowmotion_support=1


(Alternatively, you may add these lines to your build.prop file
using any build.prop tweaker from Play Store)
  • Reboot into TWRP
    recovery and backup your ROM (just in case: Don't skip this step

  • Flash the file
    "Enable_ClearMotion_v1_for_Redmi_Note_2_by_Hasaan6 545.zip"
    and reboot your phone.

  • Play a video using MX Player (or any player that supports HW
    decoding) and feel the difference ;)



For more details on ClearMotion Technology and how to check if it is
working for you: href="http://www.hasaan.com/2015/12/how-to-enable-mediateks-clearmotion.html"
target="_blank" rel="nofollow" >HERE

Download link: rel="nofollow" >HERE



WHY NOT SIMPLY USE AOSP ROMs FOR CLEARMOTION ON REDMI NOTE
2?




AOSP ROMs for Redmi Note 2 offer ClearMotion and MiraVision by
default; however, there are advantages of using ClearMotion on MIUI
instead of switching to AOSP: (These advantages are subjective: no
offence intended to AOSP fans - I myself am one.)

  • Camera with MediaTek's InstantFocus™ and TrueBright™
    technology: On MIUI, we retain a good quality camera that we have to
    sacrifice when switching to AOSP. (Yes, the fast focus speeds and
    superior image quality on MIUI ROMs are not due to the
    "so-called" PDAF sensor; it's because of Helio X10's
    InstantFocus and TrueBright technologies; both of which are
    operational in MIUI Camera.

  • Most AOSP ROMs for Redmi Note 2 are (currently) plagued by an
    assortment of deep sleep bugs that pop up at times and drain battery
    during standby. This is very annoying; and is attributable to AOSP
    Lollipop Build 5.0.x more than the ports itself.

  • Slow Motion feature on MIUI is superior to that in AOSP's (the
    latter needs the stock camera app and saves videos that can be played
    in slow motion only through the stock video player; whereas MIUI
    actually exports a slow motion video in mp4 format that can be played
    using any player, and can also be shared)

  • I really feel suited to AOSP, but the MIUI ROM also has much eye
    candy to offer.

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MIUI ROM OFFICIAL FOR INTEX AQUA i4+ OR ECATS



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MIUI VERSION 5



Full MIUI Stock



Full New Optimized



Improve perfomance



Xperia Keyboard Added



Init.D Support & Tweaks



Zipalign



Kernal Tweaks



CPU TweaKs



Net Speed Tweaks



System tweaks



Build.Prop Tweaks



New Ram Managements



Battry Tweaks



New Deep Sleep Data Method (Improves Battry and



Reduce Ram Usage)



Display Sharpness tweaks



Improve Sounds and Audio Quality



Fixed all Bugs



No delay in making calls



Dalvik VM tweaks



Rooted with Permission manager



LINK: target="_blank" rel="nofollow"
>http://www.4shared.com/zip/0bjuQ_w6ba/miui-ecats.html




(Kindly Follow Instructions Before Installing ROM)



How To Flash :



(Take CWM Backup to Revert back to your



old ROM )



1) Download [ROM][MIUI V5 4 JUICE][ANKUR].zip File



2) Put into External/Internal SD Card



3) Go To CWM Recovery



4) Wipe Data/Factory Reset And Wipe Partition





5) From Advance Menu Clear Dalvik Cache



6) Go in Mount And Storage select FORMAT SYSTEM



7) Select Install From SD and Select File And Click YES



8) Select zip and INSTALL



YES



9) It will automatically REBOOT.



I am not responsible for bricked devices
Android
Hello guys, this morning I changed the file contents in
/Root/System/Csc/Others.xml and added the ability to enable
CallRecording in Rom Stock Android 5.0.



Need to have a Stock Rom with Root, a File Manager go to System / CSC
and rename the file in Others.xml Others.xml.old, then copy the file
attached here and change permissions in RW-RR, restart. On restart you
will magically enabled CallRecording.



It works perfectly!



I am not responsible for any changes that you will make in your
device.



See you soon ..... Appearance some developer to update Xposed
framework compatible with Lollipop .... Thanks















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give as much information as possible (firmware version, steps to
reproduce, logcat if available) so that you can get help.



Thanks for understanding and for helping to keep XDA neat and tidy!
:)
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Hi...

Does anyone here knows how to port cm based roms to cm11??(from the
cyanogen not from source)

Greetings:)
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When using cm based Roms (slimkat, ressurection remix, etc)
Bluetooth can't be enabled and GPS sometimes can be enabled and
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solution?
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Disclaimer: I have personally tested this on Redmi Note 2 (Angels
and Demons ROM V4)



Pre-requisites:
  • Rooted Redmi Note 2 (or MediaTek based
    device on MIUI 7 ROM)

  • TWRP or CWM recovery installed

  • Flashable zip file containing ClearMotion libraries ported to
    MIUI

(Please don't mirror the file to other file sharing services: and
don't mind the adfly link. The port is being given to you free of
cost; and you compensate for it simply by not mirroring it. Thank you
:) )



Steps:
  • Download the file
    "Enable_ClearMotion_v1_for_Redmi_Note_2_by_Hasaan6 545.zip"
    and place it in your sdcard

    Using "Root Explorer", navigate to
    "system/build.prop" and use its built in text editor to add
    the following lines at the end of the file. Don't forget to add an
    extra empty line at the end.


Code:


style="text-align:left">persist.sys.display.clearMotion=1

persist.clearMotion.fblevel.nrm=255

persist.clearMotion.fblevel.bdr=255

ro.mtk_clearmotion_support=1

ro.mtk_slow_motion_support=1

ro.mtk_16x_slowmotion_support=1


(Alternatively, you may add these lines to your build.prop file
using any build.prop tweaker from Play Store)
  • Reboot into TWRP
    recovery and backup your ROM (just in case: Don't skip this step

  • Flash the file
    "Enable_ClearMotion_v1_for_Redmi_Note_2_by_Hasaan6 545.zip"
    and reboot your phone.

  • Play a video using MX Player (or any player that supports HW
    decoding) and feel the difference ;)



For more details on ClearMotion Technology and how to check if it is
working for you: href="http://www.hasaan.com/2015/12/how-to-enable-mediateks-clearmotion.html"
target="_blank" rel="nofollow" >HERE

Download link: rel="nofollow" >HERE



WHY NOT SIMPLY USE AOSP ROMs FOR CLEARMOTION ON REDMI NOTE
2?




AOSP ROMs for Redmi Note 2 offer ClearMotion and MiraVision by
default; however, there are advantages of using ClearMotion on MIUI
instead of switching to AOSP: (These advantages are subjective: no
offence intended to AOSP fans - I myself am one.)

  • Camera with MediaTek's InstantFocus™ and TrueBright™
    technology: On MIUI, we retain a good quality camera that we have to
    sacrifice when switching to AOSP. (Yes, the fast focus speeds and
    superior image quality on MIUI ROMs are not due to the
    "so-called" PDAF sensor; it's because of Helio X10's
    InstantFocus and TrueBright technologies; both of which are
    operational in MIUI Camera.

  • Most AOSP ROMs for Redmi Note 2 are (currently) plagued by an
    assortment of deep sleep bugs that pop up at times and drain battery
    during standby. This is very annoying; and is attributable to AOSP
    Lollipop Build 5.0.x more than the ports itself.

  • Slow Motion feature on MIUI is superior to that in AOSP's (the
    latter needs the stock camera app and saves videos that can be played
    in slow motion only through the stock video player; whereas MIUI
    actually exports a slow motion video in mp4 format that can be played
    using any player, and can also be shared)

  • I really feel suited to AOSP, but the MIUI ROM also has much eye
    candy to offer.

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