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  1. topshelf95

    topshelf95 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I installed the one click lag fix and overclocked, thanks to XDA. I know it really isn't pertinent to real world use, but I wanted to start this thread just for fun to see what different peoples quadrant scores are and the settings they have to get them. With these two mods on a Samsung Captivate Galaxy S running 2.1, the highest I've ran is a 2755. I imagine peeps running froyo or possibly some other settings with other phones will be higher. I'm interested to see what other hardware/software runs at, especially the froyo scores. Happy benchmarking!

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    BTW, I've seen comments on other threads saying it was possible to manipulate the test results. I haven't looked into that and I'm really not looking for that here. Just want to see what real world phones can run.
     

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  2. fastyzfr1

    fastyzfr1 New Member

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    So you have the link to XDA for the one click fix? Wanted to do this to my Captivate. Thanks!
     
  3. Karl_Tx

    Karl_Tx Well-Known Member

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    It's on the app market....but you need to be rooted first.
     
  4. fastyzfr1

    fastyzfr1 New Member

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    Great thanks..

    I also found this link from XDA
    [APP] One Click Lag Fix APK - xda-developers

    One thing I am confused about is this part of description...

    Does this mean this will root my Captivate or do I have to root it myself first then run this? Or does this just include the file that will root my Captivate and I have to boot into recovery first, root, then apply the lag fix?...
     
  5. CrimsonPride

    CrimsonPride Well-Known Member

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    [PROGRAM] One Click Root / UnRoot / All Models for (Mac and PC) - xda-developers

    use this one, the one you linked is for the international galaxy s
     
  6. rrrrramos

    rrrrramos Well-Known Member

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    Stock JH3 with SuperRooterExtreme v1.2.1
    OC to 1.2GHz, no lagfix. Highest I've gotten is 986, I'm averaging in the 975 area though. Before running SRE I was getting 805-850. I'll post a screenshot once I get ShootMe to work right!
     
  7. vapor311

    vapor311 Well-Known Member

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    Prior to one click lag fix....
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    after 1 click lag fix
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    yes thats 873 to 2105 wow and its an instant downloadable apk now search for ryansza youll finf it. Was so easy. Sacred the shit out of me at first, you have to install the ext2 tools first, then run the one click lag fix v1+ then reboot in recovery mode and just choose reboot, the phone will just make its boot sounds and u will see the att logo and hear the usual sounds but it will just sit there for like 2 minutes or so and nothing happens.....then it will progress as usual. if it doesnt yank the batter boot in recovery and hit reboot again and it will do the same thing again and just wait it out its the one click kag fix doing its thing. after it finally finished booting i reran the quadrant score and DAMN! and oh yea the phone is crazy fast.
     
  8. Jirv311

    Jirv311 Active Member

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    One Click Lag Fix. 800-something to 2348. Definitely runs smoother.
     

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  9. vapor311

    vapor311 Well-Known Member

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    after i used APK and killed everything last night i pulled a 2660 truly amazing....why couldnt they ship the phone this way eh?

    awesome love the lag fix.
     
  10. jflexe99

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    I hit 2200 some.... Damn
     
  11. Jirv311

    Jirv311 Active Member

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    Agreed. I was a previous iPhone 3G user so I was shocked at the performance difference. Not to mention how cumbersome the Jail breaking process was at the start. After I rooted my Captivate, I thought, "was that it?". Surprising how easy it was and how much of a difference it made.
     
  12. vapor311

    vapor311 Well-Known Member

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    Sadly I work for the fruit company that put that written agreement in with the sluts at ATT to ruin all phones and make a huge production out of the pos they call the iphone.

    Lucky for my im only software support and dont have to deal with pissed of people who call in when they realize just how superior android really is :D
     
  13. jflexe99

    jflexe99 Well-Known Member

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    Any benchmarks between our rooted lag fixed phones vs the iphone 4g?

    How the hell did htopshelf get 2700+????
     
  14. Rhiannon224

    Rhiannon224 Well-Known Member

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    No you don't, it has an option for rooting, it's the first option of the app.
     
  15. Rhiannon224

    Rhiannon224 Well-Known Member

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    Scores are always higher after a fresh reboot. Run this again in a few hours after using the phone a bit and the scores will be a little lower.
     
  16. pricej636

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    1826 here. Not quite the 2k you guys are getting, but still a huge improvement nonetheless!
     
  17. CaCHooKa Man

    CaCHooKa Man Well-Known Member

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    the lag fixes over inflate the I/O scores. everything else is relatively the same. the phone does run more smoothly after its applied though.
     
  18. lempfla

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    ok...newbie here. How do you run the quadrant test?

    Thanks...
     
  19. George0211

    George0211 Well-Known Member

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    It's an app, download it and run it :)
     
  20. George0211

    George0211 Well-Known Member

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    I got 910 with the phone being up for over 24 hours, with about 15% battery left. This is a JH7 ROM, rooted and nothing else.
     
  21. Thuneau

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    2208 here after killing most background processes and inactive apps.
    Freshly charged battery.
     
  22. Clovis

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    I installed the quadrant benchmark on my captivate and when it starts, it will go through the the CPU and the memory test but when it hits the file system writes it stays on 1/4 and will not do anything else. Any ideas why? I downloaded the update from att which made the gps even worse if thats possible, and it lags pretty bad also. Any info would be great.
     

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