Newly rooted eris, few questions..


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    svh105 Member This Topic's Starter

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    I've recently rooted my eris to Xtrsense 4.5 and have a few questions...
    My quadrant score pre root was 205. After root, with JIT_on, overclock 748 the score was 298. Is this typical? are there other settings I can change within gscript to boost the performance?

    Should I alter the minimum clock speed from default?

    I have a2sd and cach2sd ON. How do I know these are actually working?

    After running advaced task killer, my available memory is around 65 megs.
    Is this a normal figure for the eris? I'm not completely sure how the memory/cache works on mobile phones. I assume 70 megs of RAM is different than information stored in the Cache.

    Thanks in advance for the replies.
     

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    svh105 Member This Topic's Starter

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    really? anyone?
     
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    I never run quadrant myself - I can generally tell how fast or slow the phone feels without benchmarks, and I think the benchmarks are not testing everything that relates to the speed of the phone.

    As for apps2sd and cache2sd, I suppose that you can look at available memory in settings->sd card. If it stays pretty stable, you know that cache isn't building up there, as well as data from third party apps. Also, from here:

    You can probably save a little battery in screen off by setting the minimum clock to 19.2, but when I ran xtrROM (which is not xtrSENSE, but I think similar) I found that the phone was too slow to wake on incoming phone calls. Try it, though.

    It's been a while since I ran xtrROM, so I'm not sure which gscripts are available for performance. Unless you have a class 6 or better SD card, I would suggest cache2cache for better performance, but it's probably not all that noticeable anyway.

    I never run task killers, and I really suggest to everyone that you not as well. It's ok to have a task manager that you use manually to stop a runaway process, but I do that maybe once a month or so myself. See this article: Android Task Killers Explained: What They Do and Why You Shouldn't Use Them
     

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