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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by nydrumboy, May 28, 2010.

  1. nydrumboy

    nydrumboy Member
    Thread Starter

    So I downloaded Linpack for Android and have been clocking between 7 and 8 Mflops for the last couple of days. I've got a Droid, running UltimateDroid 10, clocked at 1.0GHz, but I'm not getting anywhere near the guys that are getting up to 25 or even 52 Mflops.

    I'm not greedy and I realize these are high extremes, but how do I start approaching these speeds?

    24.495 1200.0MHz 3.36 verizon/voles/sholes/sholes:2.1-update1/ESE81/29593:user/release-keys
    24.718 1250.0MHz verizon/voles/sholes/sholes:2.0/ESD20/17572:user/ota-rel-keys,release-keys
    30.242 1100.0MHz 3.36 verizon/voles/sholes/sholes:2.0.1/ESD56/20996:user/release-keys
    52.051 1300.0MHz verizon/voles/sholes/sholes:2.1-update1/ESE81/29593:user/release-keys
     


  2. shrink57

    shrink57 Android Expert

    There are many tricks to kick up the benchmarks (enabling JIT is one of them) but you suffer when it comes to stability. I have given up on benchmarks. If my phone appears fast, stable, and smooth to me I am happy. Except for bragging rights, I find the benchmarks have little relevance to real daily use. These threads used to be full of benchmarks and they have lately become a rarity.
     
  3. nydrumboy

    nydrumboy Member
    Thread Starter

    Can I enable JIT in my current ROM? I'm on 2.1 update 1, but I think it's only available in Froyo, which I believe is 2.2 and not out yet.

    I figure there has to be some valid relationship between the benchmarks and speed...I'm always looking for an edge.
     
  4. OMJ

    OMJ Bazinga

    you can enable JIT on current roms but its incredibly unstable and will lead to lots of random reboots. I dont have a link to how to do it anymore but Im sure someone will
     
  5. UBRocked

    UBRocked VZW Nexus Please!!!

    Agreed! My advice...just leave it alone :) Froyo is just around the corner and the JIT available with Froyo is much more refined (from what I understand).
     
  6. CRPercodani

    CRPercodani OFWGKTA

    Yeah, I rarely find that those benchmarks make any negligible difference in daily use. Maybe in some games or something but for your basic calls/browsing/text/apps it doesn't seem to.
     

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