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Default Want higher quadrant scores? Come get some

Hi everyone, i want to share something that most of u dont know...

Quadrant can be manipulated in order to get higher scores. Just download this and share your scores before and after using this:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...uadrantbooster

Whit the hack installed and activated you cant get up to 2k+ to your usual score. Thats why i dont trust Quadrant, just Antutu.

Note: This app doesnt increase your device performance, just manipulate the scores.
The app was developed by DoomLord, is a recognized dev, so dont be scared to try. Needs root.

Have a nice day ^^

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Why would someone want to spoof their benchmarks? So that they matter even less than they already do?

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Samsung never cheated, merely took the cap off the HW and let it fly. I do not particularly care about benchmarks, but if I did, I'd like to see the absolute HW maximum, cause that's the whole point.

I do check benchmarks of new SoCs though, to get a rought estimate what they can do.
 
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No. They cheated.
 
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Samsung never cheated, merely took the cap off the HW and let it fly. I do not particularly care about benchmarks, but if I did, I'd like to see the absolute HW maximum, cause that's the whole point.

I do check benchmarks of new SoCs though, to get a rought estimate what they can do.

Yes they did, letting the device overclocl itself when a benchmark app is open is cheating because you get scores you normally won't have...




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I'm fairly sure this hack hasn't worked for a long time.. it boosts your I/O scores by putting data in working memory.. would only help if running older hardware

I haven't actually tried it though
 
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Yes they did, letting the device overclocl itself when a benchmark app is open is cheating because you get scores you normally won't have...






You are a fu##ing legend

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There is no such thing as "normal operation", clocks change all the time so our battery doesn't die by 11AM. Some Sammy apps get access to more performance, others hit nowhere near maximum for efficiency, which is why benchmarking doesn't tell the everyday story. It tells developers how far the HW can go, and the Note 3 shows the SD800 raw capabilities better than say the benchmarks of the Nexus 5.

For everyday performance like Chrome, Flipboard etc., use Chrome, Flipboard etc. for testing.
 
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I'm fairly sure this hack hasn't worked for a long time.. it boosts your I/O scores by putting data in working memory.. would only help if running older hardware

I haven't actually tried it though
Yeah a lot of the reviews on the Play store are saying it actually lowers their overall score

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