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Old November 20th, 2010, 10:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Enable Jit on LG Optimus S, One, Vortex

This is a flashable zip from custom recovery that enables the jit compiler and turns up the dalvik heap to 32mb from 24mb. To disable simply delete the the file it places called local.prop in /data and reboot. It should increase your linpack scores ~ 175%.

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Awesome!!!
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Old November 21st, 2010, 06:37 AM   #3 (permalink)
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thanks. Where exactly would we feel the difference? games, surfing, or also in day-to-day use of the user interface?
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thanks. Where exactly would we feel the difference? games, surfing, or also in day-to-day use of the user interface?


Feel good when benchmark score increase
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Old November 21st, 2010, 01:11 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Would that really be all?

EDIT - by the way, is there a list of possible settings that can be tuned through entries in local.prop? I searched but didn't find anything worthwhile (probably my bad)
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Would that really be all?

EDIT - by the way, is there a list of possible settings that can be tuned through entries in local.prop? I searched but didn't find anything worthwhile (probably my bad)
Read about jit compilation here. Thats the #1 reason froyo is faster than older android builds.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Just-in-time_compilation?wasRedirected=true
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How do you get custom recovery?
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honestly, I'm also new to the Android scene. Is this applied the same way as a custom rom?
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honestly, I'm also new to the Android scene. Is this applied the same way as a custom rom?
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Old November 23rd, 2010, 06:18 AM   #10 (permalink)
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strangely, this seems to make the phone (or at least launcherpro) kinda sluggish. Any ideas how to solve this?

It certainly does wonders for Linpack, though 3.9 vs 7
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strangely, this seems to make the phone (or at least launcherpro) kinda sluggish. Any ideas how to solve this?

It certainly does wonders for Linpack, though 3.9 vs 7
Jit doesn't work well with all apps but works great on most. For example eclair on ally I had to rebuild calculator.apk from aosp against newer libraries. Is dropping launcherpro worth the performance gain on everything else?
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I haven't noticed a performance gain on anything, tbh just sluggishness in Launcherpro. I'll test some more in the next couple days (do you recommend clearing the dalvik cache when toggling between JIT and no-JIT?).

Do you know of any app where you feel a real-world performance difference? (games spring to mind; didn't test angry birds, might try tonight)
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Old November 23rd, 2010, 04:45 PM   #13 (permalink)
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FYI the heap is already upped to 32m in LG's V9 update.

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# LGE_CHANGE [jonghun.lee@lge.com] 2010-10-20, 24m -> 32m
dalvik.vm.heapsize=32m
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strangely, this seems to make the phone (or at least launcherpro) kinda sluggish. Any ideas how to solve this?

It certainly does wonders for Linpack, though 3.9 vs 7
Disagree, It work well on my launcher pro.
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and check this post [HOWTO] JIT + Hardware acceleration + Fix (Quadrant - 1000+) - xda-developers
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do you recommend clearing the dalvik cache when toggling between JIT and no-JIT?
You should definitely have done this.

EDIT: I read this closer, and it's not the same method we use on the Ally. Maybe here, you don't need to.
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does this work on rooted vortex 2.2.2 with the getitnow kernel?
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