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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by namu1107, May 16, 2011.

  1. namu1107

    namu1107 Well-Known Member
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    Wow, been almost a year since I posted last. Just re rooted a 2nd eris, and I'm glad to be back.

    Anyways, my question is this. I am using LP pro, and everything I unlock my screen, EVERYTHING on the page has to reload, which lags up my phone. Is there any way I can stop it from doing that? It just a pain when I want to do something real quick and I have to wait for everything to load on the screen again (meaning my dock bar, my icons, etc).
     



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  2. doogald

    doogald Extreme Android User

    Which ROM are you running?
     
  3. namu1107

    namu1107 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    GingerGlass MR2
     
  4. namu1107

    namu1107 Well-Known Member
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    Im also using SetCPU on governers profile... does it make a difference if I use interactive or ondemand?
     
  5. doogald

    doogald Extreme Android User

    Try settings->CyanogenMod settings->performance->Lock home in memory. Restart the phone (that may not be necessary, but won't hurt.)

    That won't make a difference in this case. Interactive should give slightly better battery but slightly less performance. Smartass would be better than interactive.
     
  6. namu1107

    namu1107 Well-Known Member
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    Do you have a quick explanation on the differences between each of the different options? Gov vs interactive vs on demand vs ?smartass?
     
  7. doogald

    doogald Extreme Android User

    Ok, based on the few things that I know:

    - ondemand is designed to quickly bring the CPU speed up as active CPU percentage increases, hold the speed high, and bring the speed down to underclock speeds more slowly as CPU demand decreases. So, if CPU goes from 0% to 100%, the clock speed should quickly steup up from your min to your max. If demand falls to 0%, it will more slowly step down from max speed to min speed.

    - interactive is more balanced, and tends to step up and step down about equally as CPU percentage increases and decreases

    - smartass is a more efficient governor based on interactive. As I recall, one feature is that it sets CPU max to 480 MHz on the Eris with the display off, as one example. This is something that you could also do with interactive with a SetCPU profile; the smartass governor means that you don't need SetCPU to do that.

    I could be wrong about some of these details, but I believe that this is close enough.
     
  8. paleodust

    paleodust Android Expert

    Ondemand is the default with this ROM. Does that mean it's the best choice?
     
  9. doogald

    doogald Extreme Android User

    Try both ondemand and smartass and see which one works best for you.
     
  10. roscuthiii

    roscuthiii Well-Known Member

    I've had the same problem with LP myself using GSB. Locking home in memory and changing the governor doesnt seem to have much of an effect. Maybe messing around with JIT, compcache, or VM heap as well will yield better results. I'm thinking it may just be an LP issue and going back to ADW to see how well that fares.
     

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