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Make your HTC Desire 300 a little bit faster

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2nd October 2014, 06:37 AM   |  #1  
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Hello! This is my first thread (i think) and this thread is about how to make your desire a little bit faster. (at least for me it did) So there is a "thing" in system/bin that is taking so much on your 2nd cpu and that is mpdecision i really dont know why it's doing that so this is how you get rid of it.
1) Make sure you are rooted and unlocked and have a custom recovery
2)Get Aroma fm
3)Flash aroma fm on cwm
4)Locate "mpdecision" from system/bin
5)Put it on your sd card using aroma fm (Just in case)
6)Delete the mpdecision on your system/bin
7)Reboot
*4m8 told me that if my phone did not boot up that means it won't work but i have tried it myself already and it worked like a charm. Be sure to copy mpdecision first in your sd card just in case it didn't work for you.
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And what about the battery after doing this?
8th October 2014, 05:25 AM   |  #3  
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And what about the battery after doing this?

The battery performed a little bit better cause mpdecision is throttling your 2nd cpu.
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I delete mpdecision and reboot phone and it is still in system/bin
10th October 2014, 09:46 AM   |  #5  
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I delete mpdecision and reboot phone and it is still in system/bin

You have to do that in recovery because the device is still S-On
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I delete mpdecision and reboot phone and it is still in system/bin

Use aroma to delete it. Flash aroma in the recovery and you can delete it there
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