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Old October 6th, 2012, 07:33 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Nice! You should see your internal memory free up alot more, and in TE you should see the a2sd storage.
So the TE entry looks right?

Is there anything that youd suggest to make sure my sd card reading is at max speed since I am using a class 10 card?

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So the TE entry looks right?

Is there anything that youd suggest to make sure my sd card reading is at max speed since I am using a class 10 card?
Sorry, I meant TB--Titanium Backup---my oopsies
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So the TE entry looks right?

Is there anything that youd suggest to make sure my sd card reading is at max speed since I am using a class 10 card?
yep everything looks right now.

and as far as sd card speeds. i remember a long time ago there was a script that increases sd card speeds. i can't remember it though. i think it was during the froyo days. let me see what i can dig up.
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Do you gave rom toolbox?
You can find out your sd card read ahead speed there.
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here it is:
Pocketables – How to increase SD card read speed on rooted HTC EVO 4G

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xda-developers - View Single Post - SD card speed fix (5Mbps to 15Mbps)

you will also notice the reference to our very own akazabam!!!!!

again though this was during froyo i believe so not sure if this works or not any more.
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Sorry, I meant TB--Titanium Backup---my oopsies
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Here screenshot of TB. Yes I will upgrade as I know it is worth the price.
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Do you gave rom toolbox?
You can find out your sd card read ahead speed there.
Rom Toolbox is what I use to set it.
I have mine set to 4096kb. I'm on a 32GB class 10 card. Just don't check the box "apply at boot" just in case something goes wonky
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Here screenshot of TB. Yes I will upgrade as I know it is worth the price.
Compared to your previous ss of TB several posts back, you've gained approx 50mb free storage and it is listing your a2sd.
I call SUCCESS

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Do you gave rom toolbox?
You can find out your sd card read ahead speed there.
I do not have it, but I looked at the description in play store. Most of the apps in the toolbox I already have and are installed and functioning. Not sure if want to install something that my just duplicate things. But I do give thanks for the suggestion.
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yeah i'm always leary of the one stop app that does everything. i rather have an app concentrate on certain things rather then everything. it gives more room for error. but i must say many use rom tool box with no issues. i bought it a long time ago and i have never really used it.

also on a side note, you have a class 10 card. is there any need for more speed? i partitioned my 16g patriot class 10 card and i never did anything as far as read wrire speeds go. as long as my apps ran smooth with no lag i was fine with that.
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yeah i'm always leary of the one stop app that does everything. i rather have an app concentrate on certain things rather then everything. it gives more room for error. but i must say many use rom tool box with no issues. i bought it a long time ago and i have never really used it.

also on a side note, you have a class 10 card. is there any need for more speed? i partitioned my 16g patriot class 10 card and i never did anything as far as read wrire speeds go. as long as my apps ran smooth with no lag i was fine with that.
Not really need for more speed, a milasecond improvement isnt really that important. And I am happy with the speed now as it is, there really isnt any lag.

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Speaking of sd card read ahead speeds,
I ran a speed test for my sd card....one test with read ahead set at 4096, the 2nd test at 2048...not a heck of alot of difference....I ran each test 3 times....the results posted are the best results of both.
And believe it or not, the best results were from the 2046 setting..go figure.

Edit: I suppose the speeds would most be noticeable when games are played when the app runs from the ext...correct?
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