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Default Updated Qualcomm Binaries..

Anyone try this yet? It seemed to make a difference in the M8 when I had it, after replacing the files manually. Not sure if it will work on the Snapdragon 800 tho.

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Anyone try this yet? It seemed to make a difference in the M8 when I had it, after replacing the files manually. Not sure if it will work on the Snapdragon 800 tho.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2760336

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Using with latest cm nightly alongside Qualcomm optimized dalvik and experiencing 0 lag...buttery smooth
 
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Using with latest cm nightly alongside Qualcomm optimized dalvik and experiencing 0 lag...buttery smooth
How did you install them? I flashed it through recovery but see any difference on CloudyG3 ROM.
 
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How did you install them? I flashed it through recovery but see any difference on CloudyG3 ROM.
Same...was having a slight lag issue so I tried it out...been using Qualcomm optimized dalvik for that last couple days but used it the last 7 months on my gs4
 
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Same...was having a slight lag issue so I tried it out...been using Qualcomm optimized dalvik for that last couple days but used it the last 7 months on my gs4
Sadly the Xperia Z2 Dalvik and Bionic optimizations arent compatible with any of the ROMs here
 
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Sadly the Xperia Z2 Dalvik and Bionic optimizations arent compatible with any of the ROMs here
I'm using nexus version...only dalvik though as cm already has its own bionic optimization... I have the original version as well as the final version for cm 11 branch...they work just fine on g2 with cm 11...haven't tried anything else as I just got my g2 last week...I can post dropbox links if you want the dalvik files
 
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The link I posted is for the Nexus 5 ones. They should work.

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How did you install them? I flashed it through recovery but see any difference on CloudyG3 ROM.
Replace them manually through a root browser and change to the correct permissions. When I had the M8, I flashed through recovery and the device seemed laggy. It was better when I replaced them manually. Also, in that thread, I think someone mentioned that flashing through recovery may cause the old ones to stick - or something along those lines.

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Anyone tried any of the bionic only ones on stock kikat?
 
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Anyone tried any of the bionic only ones on stock kikat?
Why, what's the difference?

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