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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by logansj1, Apr 11, 2012.

  1. logansj1

    logansj1 Member
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    found this, and flashed it through CWM.

    [TWEAK] Universal Adrenaline Shotv14-1 cache scroll tweak - xda-developers

    seems to be working pretty well as far as i can tell.
    im using the speed kernel as well as ld-lg 2.0 and the ICS responsiveness tweak.

    i can definitely tell a difference in my opinion.

    everything seems a lot more snappy!

    Says to mount system before you flash! Sooo do that lol
     


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  2. mrpnut

    mrpnut THE WORLD IS YOURS

    so which one did u use? there's 6 zip files or did u send ur framework.apk to them?
     
  3. logansj1

    logansj1 Member
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    V14-1 is the one I downloaded. It says if it boot loops then to download v14-1bl but it didn't BL. I just flashed it how it was in recovery and BOOT up time also seems to be shorter. Especially for ZVD.
     
  4. mrpnut

    mrpnut THE WORLD IS YOURS

    k do u see any differences ;)
     
  5. ShinySide

    ShinySide Extreme Android User

    Just a tip because I found out the hard way, if you have found a "speed tweak" and flashed it and find another one, make a back up before you flash the other one. I was bored one day and found like 7-8 different "flash in cwr speed tweaks" and would flash one mess with it for an hour flash another and so on and it had reverse effects and made my phone laggy and crappy battery life.


    I think I found this one too but cant remember but even if i did I flashed a bunch of other ones so it probably defeated the purpose, but anyways I downloaded XIX (19) so lets see how it goes.
     
  6. logansj1

    logansj1 Member
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    I didn't know which one was the newest one. Just looked like 14 was. And trust my my back ups stay stackin! Lol I will try 19. But people were having problems with the update binary. And someone was saying the fix was to put an update binary from something you've already flashed in CWM before. Idk

    Too me, I think I see some differences with boot and and apps and just general snappyness.

    EDIT: flashed XIX and yeah boot time is definitely faster by a lot. At least with me.
     
  7. hvrc

    hvrc Android Enthusiast

    XIX flashed here, 10-15 sec off boot time, it seems like.
    does seem to open apps faster, and switch back and forth with out that half a sec lag after a few min of messing around.

    benchmark test w/ zvd speed kernel; 3291 @ 1024
    edit;
    plague kernel; 4369 @ 1804, on demand governer
    though, it seems boot time was longer....
     
  8. logansj1

    logansj1 Member
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    did you apply on boot? for me all the plaque kernal does to my phone is make it way more laggy, because the governors never stick or something.
     
  9. Strider0007

    Strider0007 Well-Known Member

    loansj1 thanks for sharing this teak. I was very curious to try it right away as I want to stay away from OC as much as possible. So I read more than 60% of the 132pages trying to figure out what version is the best. I found that 14 is the newest as explained by the dev " When i was naming the tweaks the IX and XIX were not meant to be looked at as roman numerals and since people took them as that i stopped and went back to numbers like 12

    i left XIX up because some people might enjoy those settings over version 12"

    So I was waiting to read more feedback before I try it, so how is it working for you so far? thnx
     
  10. logansj1

    logansj1 Member
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    Ok that makes sense now. Boot up time seems to be cut at at least more than half. Apps open quicker and all together smoother in my opinion. Didn't see much difference in
    The variations of updates between XIX and 14. I tried 14 first though so I can't say for sure..

    I get you on the overclocking. Does really no good for me.

    I recommend this tweak even just for how short it takes for it to boot.
     
  11. Strider0007

    Strider0007 Well-Known Member

    So I tried it and it actually made my phone lag more...maybe I did something wrong. I did mount sys before the install then just rebooted, did I miss anything from ur install?
     
  12. logansj1

    logansj1 Member
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    Hmmm I also deleted all the data in all of my apps, even home, through the manage app thing in applications in settings.

    What are you running?
     
  13. hvrc

    hvrc Android Enthusiast

    never apply on boot, well for me.
    to make the governors stick, i use the sliders in rtb, and instead of pressing back, i hit home. stays at the governor for a bit. then again, i just use on demand :p
     
  14. ShinySide

    ShinySide Extreme Android User

    Flashed 14 then started running Quadrant and pumped out a 3506

    [​IMG]
     
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  15. androiduser96

    androiduser96 Android Enthusiast


    Can you please give me the download link of the one you downloaded? :)
     
  16. ShinySide

    ShinySide Extreme Android User

    I flashed 2. The top one XIX then number 14 second from the bottom

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  17. androiduser96

    androiduser96 Android Enthusiast

    Did you mount anything anywhere before flashing? & is there any difference between those 2?
     
  18. ShinySide

    ShinySide Extreme Android User

    just system like the post says. no clue to be honest
     
  19. divagirl

    divagirl Android Enthusiast

    Does this fix/tweak have to be reapplied every time I switch roms?:thinking:

    Sent from my LG-MS910 using Tapatalk 2 Beta-5
     
  20. ShinySide

    ShinySide Extreme Android User

    Yes but all you have to do is flash it.

    Sent from my LG-MS910 using Tapatalk 2 Beta-5
     
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  21. justainchoe

    justainchoe Well-Known Member

    Has anyone tried before and after benchmarks? I'm working on a theme so I'll try this out later and post my findings as well.
     
  22. LinuxLarry

    LinuxLarry Newbie


    i wish i could take a screen shot of mine. i scored a 3660 after installing number 14. first time i ran it was a 2440. then i made a back up flashed number 14 then ran this out the gate and scored a 306x then i slapped my cpu to full and banged out the 3666

    im running the original gingersteem extreme rom with the plague-zvd kernel and zvd firmware. i have the old school bluetooth fix installed. the numbers at the bottom was cpu 3617 mem 1410 i/o 10672 2d 840 3d 1759.

    i have no clue if my phone is stable i ran it overclocked at 2015mhz with the ondemand governor


    all in all id say 14 is a nice bump and it shows
     
  23. ShinySide

    ShinySide Extreme Android User

    I have Original GSE, B kernel and ZVD firmware :D
     
  24. LinuxLarry

    LinuxLarry Newbie


    cool deal. so far ive run several B roms and kernels. C roms and kernels. D roms and kernels. and ive mixed and matched the firm wares with them as well. to be honest i feel that the GSE1.5 with a zvd kernel and zvd firmware is pretty damn good combo. I just wish playful would give us the CM screen shot too. i personally think GSE1.0/1.5 is the best rom for the esteem



    i found a nice app. screenshot ER so heres the proof i wasnt flinging numbers out there to people

    edit crap. the photo didnt stick. it said the demenions need to be 750x750 where as this one is 480x800

    http://goo.gl/mo6GM



    [​IMG]
     
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  25. ShinySide

    ShinySide Extreme Android User

    3506 is the highest Ive hit so far. Im hitting 32's- high 33's all day tho


    PS fixed your pic for you ;)
     
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