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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Indifferent22, Oct 31, 2010.

  1. Indifferent22

    Indifferent22 Member
    Thread Starter

    I'm anxious to hear when we'll receive FroYo. Check out the some quadrant tests I took. Took 3 to get a decent average.

    First off Specs:

    -- LG Ally --
    -- Velocity v3 --
    -- Turbo IV kernel customized for velocity --
    -- 800 MHz O.C. --
    -- 2.1 Android --
    -- Few tweaks of my own --

    So I ran 3 quadrant runs, got theses as my results (I was impressed):

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    [​IMG]Now, they're not bad, in my opinion; compared to what i've seen from others.

    Just imagine what this device is capable of with 2.2, especially with OC, custom ROM, and custom kernel...
    Discuss, and post some Quadrants you have that you're impressed by.

    Thanks Trident for the great velocity ROM :)
     


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  2. GRZLA

    GRZLA Android Enthusiast

    LG hasn't been giving any information about the Froyo timeframe. I wouldn't get my hopes up. We will be lucky to get it this year.
     
  3. at this point it seems like we will be lucky to get it at all.
     
  4. Indifferent22

    Indifferent22 Member
    Thread Starter

    not looking forward to a release soon per say, just in general.

    but i would be happy even if we get it next year. not spending 600$ on a DX. so doesnt bother me.
     
  5. warttack

    warttack Member

    probably drellisdee will get it working before LG, he already has a working kernel & ramdisk. So few more adjustments and voila 1 drellisdee x 0 LG :p
     
  6. Indifferent22

    Indifferent22 Member
    Thread Starter

    Indeed, I wouldn't be surprised
     
  7. motorsport226

    motorsport226 Android Enthusiast

    Its definitely a solid device with the addition of customs roms, kernels, drellsidee's jit complier and of course, overclocking. Obviously, I'm anxious to see what it can do with froyo. However, with velocity 0.3 I have gotten quadrant scores above the nexus one 2.1 score. Very impressive for under 800mhz and an outdated arm architecture.

    Another opportunity to thank the dedicated developers of the ally. Thanks so much guys!
     
  8. Indifferent22

    Indifferent22 Member
    Thread Starter

    These are out of date now, upload more momentarily. Stay tuned.
     
  9. wgbeatty

    wgbeatty Member

    I'm more excited about the dev here! Kinda losing interest in what LG might come up with anymore. So far, the updates have introduced more "bloatware" - more to bog down the phone. Can't imagine what they would do with Froyo that would really impress.
     
  10. Brandonson112

    Brandonson112 Well-Known Member

    Did you say 800mhz?
     
  11. Indifferent22

    Indifferent22 Member
    Thread Starter

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    800MHz indeed.. though it crashes too much to be useful.. 787MHz here
     
  12. motorsport226

    motorsport226 Android Enthusiast

    That's more like it. :D
     
  13. justin153

    justin153 Newbie

    I am very anxious to see what kind of numbers the ally throws up on 2.2 as well.
     
  14. savoxis

    savoxis Android Expert

    They should be the same if not very similar.

    The performance boost that 2.2 boasts is JIT compilation, if your using a Turbo kernel the scores your seeing will be 2.2 scores.
     
  15. Brandonson112

    Brandonson112 Well-Known Member

    I thought that Jit compiler in 2.2 is better than the one in the turbo Kernels?
     
  16. savoxis

    savoxis Android Expert

    Accidental doublepost
     
  17. savoxis

    savoxis Android Expert

  18. flyinjoe13

    flyinjoe13 Android Enthusiast

    Can't say that i'm overly anxious to get Froyo. Maybe it's because I don't know what benefits it is supposed to have over 2.1, but I find nothing wrong with my phone as it is so whether we get it or not, it makes no difference to me.
     
  19. Indifferent22

    Indifferent22 Member
    Thread Starter

    makes all the difference to devs.
     
  20. flyinjoe13

    flyinjoe13 Android Enthusiast

    I'm not a dev so I don't care.
     
  21. darkxsun

    darkxsun Guest

    You should---devs provide you with all the software you're running. No devs, the platform dies.
     
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  22. darkxsun

    darkxsun Guest

  23. Indifferent22

    Indifferent22 Member
    Thread Starter

    Agreed, more tests incoming tomorrow.. hit 600 again tonight.
     
  24. flyinjoe13

    flyinjoe13 Android Enthusiast

    I doubt the platform is going to die anytime soon, Froyo or no Froyo, so that's a bit of a silly statement.
     
  25. darkxsun

    darkxsun Guest

    If Google decided, tomorrow, to be incredibly unpleasant to devs and they all leave, Android *will* die.

    I'm not saying this (admittedly silly) case is going to cause that. But you shouldn't say "I don't care if something helps devs because I'm not one". Without them, the platform is nothing. Being friendly to devs keeps them developing for your platform, and devs on your platform make it exist.

    Just a thought.
     
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