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[MOD] [NEXUS 5] Dalvik+bionic library optimization - Flashable

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By jphilippon, Senior Member on 21st November 2013, 11:20 PM
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"We now have Qualcomm-optimized Dalvik libraries thanks to recent Moto X 4.4 release."
I found this in the Nexus 4 forums. It improves benchmarks and in most cases makes the phone seem smoother. Enjoy.
I've compiled libraries from several devices and linked them in post #3.

Flash in recovery. Completely undo-able, no partition wipe occurs when flashing.

What does this do?: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=47913987


THIS THREAD IS FOR NEXUS 5
DO NOT ASK ABOUT OTHER DEVICES


Which Dalvik works on which ROM and why

Regarding CM11 Themes and Paranoid Android


TO UNDO:

- Flash the stock file for your device located at the bottom of 2nd post. Choose your build number.
or
- Reflash system partition.


Don't forget to hit thanks! I am not responsible for any damage to your device, you know the drill.

Please do not post benchmarks. It clusters the thread and does not reflect real world user experience.
Take your benchmarks here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2506965 and make sure to send em back to this thread when they're amazed at your scores!


Special thanks: @Lethargy
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21st November 2013, 11:23 PM |#2  
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All files.
I've changed devices.

CLICK FOR UPDATED POST #2

Old:
Optimization Files:
As always, flash at your own risk.
READ the thread. SEARCH the name of your ROM.

[s] Indicates fully compatible with stock.


[s] Moto X 4.4.2 - Dalvik: https://db.tt/XqGB5MHW.

[s] Moto X 4.4.2 - Bionic: https://db.tt/eEvdzQel.

Galaxy S5 4.4.2 Dalvik: https://db.tt/4NB0VWYt.

Galaxy S5 4.4.2 Bionic: https://db.tt/D3mHTBvB.

[s] Z2 Dalvik: https://db.tt/PZTbPZnQ.

[s] Z2 Bionic: https://db.tt/eWtBXXl8.

HTC One (M8) 4.4.3 https://db.tt/UHnHHAZl.

Oneplus One - Dalvik: https://db.tt/BBwbBJn2.

Oneplus One - Bionic: https://db.tt/96u0SrUX.

For roms with "speed up boot on multicore devices" commit:

CM11 Dalvik: https://db.tt/iXrsSdoJ.

CM11 Dalvik_Final: https://db.tt/Sr7MbPyn.

Oneplus One - Dalvik: (mahdi/slimkat) https://db.tt/00jTSNMz

LG G3http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=53538968

[NEW] Z3 http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=55272916

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Experimental Hybrids
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Stock libraries:
Keep these on your device just in case!

4.4.2 KOT49H: https://db.tt/MUnSAWjx.

4.4.3 KTU84M: https://db.tt/xFj5dHNu.

4.4.4 KTU84P : http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=53539000


4.4.0 KRT16M: https://db.tt/oNpNLJlu.

4.4.1 KOT49E: https://db.tt/npdaoGMm.

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21st November 2013, 11:32 PM |#3  
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Does this actually help performance or just boost quadrant scores?

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Just to clarify, in the OP you link to, it says to NOT use on an odex ROM yet you say you are odex. I missing something?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mjs2011

Does this actually help performance or just boost quadrant scores?

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I'm assuming they didn't pull it from the Moto X just for scores, though I'm still testing for myself. I can say it feels noticeably quicker.

I'll need more time for long term results.

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Just to clarify, in the OP you link to, it says to NOT use on an odex ROM yet you say you are odex. I missing something?

No you read it correctly. It warns against using Odex however in the original thread numerous people on both N4 and 5 are having success on Odex including myself.

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Anybody else using on odexed want to chime in, good, bad? Don't really want to flash deodex.
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Quote:
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Does this actually help performance or just boost quadrant scores?

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It actually helps with performance with no extra battery drain seen. I have ran this for a week so far and its running like a champ. I can say from personal experience before the patch I would run Maps, BT, Soundcloud, using Hangouts at the same time and would have slight lag when going through notifications. Now grant it was not that bad but more of a personal annoyance in general. Since the patch flash I have not had one single "lag" moment and I can run what I need with no ill effect. Just nan and flash and I promise you will not regret it.
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22nd November 2013, 12:26 AM |#9  
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OK guys. You're right. This is more than just placebo. I can definitely see a difference.

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will this work on flo also?
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I'm using this since yesterday on Cataclysm + Stock kernel and I got to say it feels really fast. No issues so far. Also it scores pretty high on benchmarks
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