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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by b00stzx3, Dec 22, 2011.

  1. b00stzx3

    b00stzx3 Newbie
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    Ya'll have to get the v6supercharger script. It's amazing how fast the Commando is now. It's easy install if you follow the instructions. Rooted...Busybox, Scriptmanager, run script, then set a created script as boot. Anyone else done this script? I used the "balanced" 512 settings and this thing is blazing now.

    Hell I should make a video of the install if anyone would be interested.

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  2. jova33

    jova33 Android Expert

    How's the battery life now?
  3. graywulf

    graywulf Newbie

    I would be interested in a how-to. I'm missing the speed of 2.2.1, the delay in my home screen loading after waking up my phone bugs me.
  4. b00stzx3

    b00stzx3 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Battery life seems the same. I use Juice Defender Plus and it keeps the battery good all day long even when browsing.

    There's like 20 different setting profiles you can choose from, it recommended 512. it's snappy as hell!
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  5. Spike G

    Spike G Android Enthusiast

    what setting are you using (like number, i'm using agressive 2 which is choice 3) and is yours returning on startup? mine says i'm superchaged when i reboot but the memory settings dont match the ones before i shut down
  6. Spike G

    Spike G Android Enthusiast

    side note, i've noticed a lot of improvement with this, i was using auto memory manager before and it was GLITCHY as a mofo, lock screen would take forever to respond, launcher wouldnt stay in memory and would restart almost every time i opened something, after putting v6 on agressive 2 i've noticed just about the same speed increase as AMM without the glitches
  7. jova33

    jova33 Android Expert

    Did I do this right?
    Installed script manager
    Downloaded v6 supercharger update 8 .txt
    Ran script manager explore as root
    Opened the v6 supercharger script with the superuser icon highlighted
    I went with option 3
    Then the script said something about having a stock ROM and to run that 99 supercharger script at boot
    So I found that script, highlighted the superuser and run at boot.

    Seems to be working, I just wanted to make sure.
  8. jova33

    jova33 Android Expert

    Double post
  9. eppie20

    eppie20 Newbie

    vidieo please,I'm a noob
  10. jova33

    jova33 Android Expert

    Google v6 supercharger script. First link is to the xda forums with everything you need. Then yeah, some dumbed down instructions would be nice lol.
  11. jova33

    jova33 Android Expert

    Is home locked in memory?
  12. jova33

    jova33 Android Expert

    And the 512 settings he's speaking of are on the v6 supercharger update 9 beta. I just downloaded that script today.
  13. b00stzx3

    b00stzx3 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Ya'll seemed to get it!!

    Yeah, what's important is you DO NOT SET v6superhcarger as boot, but the 99charger script it creates after you follow the process. The first settings you choose are just how fast the prompts scroll :D (1-3).

    I could make a vid this weekend if it would help my fellow noobs.

    Link to original http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=991276

    Also PAY ATTENTION TO WHAT VERSION OF BUSYBOX YOU HAVE! Get the newest busybox and newest script and you're good, update 9. Don't use older script with newer busybox or vice-versa.
  14. Spike G

    Spike G Android Enthusiast

    have you guys tried the 3g turbocharger or the kickasskernal tweaks? i've never had to rescue my phone with the sdk so i'm a little nervous to attempt them

    found this on xda forum from user bigdanmeys13

    looks like it works!
  15. Spike G

    Spike G Android Enthusiast

    just finished installing KAK and 3g turbo.

    (every script i run is run as ROOT, not all are run at BOOT, be careful!)

    i installed KAK, i personally opted out of I/O tweaks due to the warning about possible bootloops. Also, when you insiall KAK you have to go to the v6 supercharger folder and run 98kickasskernel.sh as boot in order to keep it running at boot but dont run the actual kickasskernelizer_tweaks_installer one as boot! I rebooted after this script to make sure it still ran. before installing 3Gturbo, i recommend doing the same

    Installed 3g turbo, couldnt find a 983gturbocharger.sh ect. script to run at boot and i havent read anywhere that you need to. Just rebooted at settings still exist ( i chose setting 6, the "experimental 2" setting) and it is still present at boot

    I didnt notice much with the KAK (probably due to opting out of I/O tweaks), it might have helped....BUT
    3gTurbo... oh my god. DO IT! pandora used to take almost a minute to load a new song, now its almost instant, youtube videos used to have to buffer for a bit, now they play as they load with no hangups (currently only have 2 bars of service too!).

    speedtest.net app results are in!
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  16. jova33

    jova33 Android Expert

    what versions are you installing?

    I found the scrips for the 3GTurboCharger_Installer_Update_3_test_11.sh.txt and KickAssKernelizer_Tweaks_Installer_Update_3_test_5.sh.txt

    I installed V6 SuperCharger 9 RC 4, that i posted the link to, and running the 512 options under aggressive.

    Edit: I installed the KAK with I/O tweaks. It seems to be glitchy. Like just flipping through my home screens and using Swype right now its lagging. I'm going to reboot again and see what gives. No boot loop though.
  17. Spike G

    Spike G Android Enthusiast

  18. jova33

    jova33 Android Expert

    Ok, maybe it was because I installed those test scripts that it was glitchy. Installed current scripts and works perfectly.
  19. Spike G

    Spike G Android Enthusiast

    did you use i/o in the current scripts? i want to enable all feautres if i'm sure it wont bootloop
  20. jova33

    jova33 Android Expert

    Yep. Do you have a nand backup just in case?

    Used the I/O thing in the test script and current script. Both didn't boot loop.
  21. Spike G

    Spike G Android Enthusiast

    Thanks, i changed the settings to include I/O with a successful reboot, and i have backups, i saved them in 4 places just in case too haha
  22. jova33

    jova33 Android Expert

    After applying 3G TurboCharger with option 5 Experimental 1
    first test:
    Ping: 141 ms
    Download: 905 kbps
    Upload: 892 kbps
    only had 2 bars of 3G showing and was in a moving vehicle.

    second test:
    Ping: 131 ms
    Download: 1311 kbps
    Upload: 902 kbps
    At home doing nothing.

    An earlier saved speed test from back in September:
    Ping: 165
    Download: 1191 kbps
    Upload: 943 kbps

    not too big of a jump... I'm going to play around with it and try the other settings.

    Option 6 Experimental 2
    Ping: 135 ms
    Download: 2289 kbps
    Upload: 897 kbps
  23. Spike G

    Spike G Android Enthusiast

    i noticed that the speed test showed little improvement over stock but actual performance wise i timed buffer times and it was much faster in real time, i can tell you that the "faster!" setting was definitely slower, but keep us posted with your findings
  24. jova33

    jova33 Android Expert

    well did you see my results for experimental 2? i don't youtube or pandora much on my phone, so the only problems i've experienced was with web pages taking forever to load
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The Casio G'Zone Commando release date was April 2011. Features and Specs include a 3.6" inch screen, 5MP camera, 512GB RAM, processor, and 1460mAh battery.

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