- Apr 25, 2019
- Asus ROG Strix Z390 I-Gaming
- RX 580
- Mobile Phone
Hey friend first update your profile as per Rules with your Device properties, people can help you better.Hi, if you have OLED display right now you can't control brightness. I have tried with Ubuntu 19.04 and Fedora 30 dont' work them.
If you have a kernel panic just remove VoodooI2C and VodooI2CHID it's not stable at the moment.
I have make some research about OLED panel, if I have understand the panel don't have a backlight panel like LCD, each LED control itself brightness, if the pixel is black also the LED it's off. Maybe that's why Apple does not come out of Macbook with oled screen because it pulls a lot on the battery.
The solution, I think it's a program that can dim the display by applying a filter on the entire screen.
1. You did not attach the file report as I told you before. Use the tool to create the report, that way I can see better, I need to see your IOREG
2. You are injecting your EDID wrong. That way was deprecated. If you use WhateverGreen.kext you have to inject it under config.plist/Devices/Properties/PciRoot(0x0)/Pci(0x2,0x0) as AAPL00, no-connect (Also audio)
3. You can avoid that bunch of SSDTs only hotpaching.