If you seriously want to control CF.lumen's driver from your app (as you see from SuperSU logs i ...
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... t's not difficult) then we should workout a way to make sure the user is running CF.lumen Pro ... ?

Vito Cassisi commented on 2014-04-11 at 15:41:

What did you have in mind?

Chainfire commented on 2014-04-14 at 08:47:

It'll be a few days still but I'll release code that handles all the control soon :)

Vito Cassisi commented on 2014-04-14 at 15:37:

Alright, sounds good. All I'm interested in is changing colour temperature and adding a red filter (existing features of Lux). I have no intention of expanding on this since Lux is first and foremost a brightness app. So I won't step on your toes if you don't step on mine. :P

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