OnePlus gives ROM developers access to Dash Charge kernels

If you think OnePlus got OxygenOS all wrong for the OnePlus 3, the company wasn’t against you changing things up with a different ROM. Thing was, you had to trade out some major fast charging with that choice — it’s a feature heavily promoted at the launch of the device.

Well, after OnePlus promised to give developers the kernels that make its Dash Charge technology possible, it has delivered the goods on GitHub. Directories should be resynced if already downloaded. Changes have been made to:

  • android_vendor_qcom_thulium
  • android_vendor_oneplus_oneplus3
  • android_kernel_oneplus_msm8996
  • android_device_qcom_sepolicy

OnePlus licensed and rebadged OPPO’s VOOC rapid charging technology, so not all of the code could be open sourced.

Source: GitHub
Via: Android Police

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