In a post on TwitterA link to brook is provided Project on githubHe claims he doesn’t have the time. The mod activates a 90 Hz refresh rate that is apparently not being used. The budget-friendly Pixel 6AThe 6.1-inch OLED screen can be shipped with the product, and it operates at 60Hz. While The edgeSean Hollister, Senior Editor, confirmed that the mod works and gave some caveats.
Users have reported seeing a green tint appear on their screens after trying the mod. But that’s not a problem. Brock and his teamWe hope other developers can fix this. Brooke says that the screen discolors in the same way OLED panels with high refresh rates do when they aren’t properly calibrated. The edge. “It’s possible to overwrite these tables, but I don’t know how to do it so I opened the source to driver tweaks so that other developers could work on them.” Brock says that the green shade should not be noticeable when the screen brightness is at its maximum or lowest. However, the problem persists when the screen is set in the middle.
The mod installation process can be complicated. If you have already run it, we don’t know if the higher refresh rate will affect the device. It is not yet clear if the 90Hz option locks to software or if it overclocks hardware. This is a developer thing. Kuba Wojciechowski pointed out on TwitterTwo months ago The edge I reached out to Google in an effort to find out if the Pixel 6A’s display supports 90Hz. We’ll update this article if we get back.
Once the developers get started, we should be able to see any potential effects of the device. Brooke tells us The edgeThe developers will “eventually have the ability to release their own kernels and improved versions” of driver, so we’ll just need to keep an eye on final product.
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