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V6 supercharger script works great!

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By radiohead7778580, Senior Member on 15th April 2012, 08:01 PM
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Hey guys

So after I rooted and installed clockwork and I erased all the crap, and there is lots of it on our phones.
It was a lot smoother but not to my liking.

But after I ran the v6 script its night and day there is no stutter or hesitation at all... I'm gonna go out on a limb and say this my wife has a galaxy s2 with the same script running. But the blaze just feel smoother and faster.

Try it out let me know if you guys need any help

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16th April 2012, 03:46 AM |#2  
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Which V6 options did you use?
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It's the 1000hp 9 I think

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16th April 2012, 04:13 AM |#4  
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Did you also set the On-Boot script?
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yeah use script manager go to /data and scroll down you will see a file 99supercharger.sh click it select root and boot and like run the close the script and rerun the original script and you should be all good to go
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Hey, how did you install this script into your phone?
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Google v6 supercharger download the script file ends in .sh

Then in install busybox from the market v1.82 then script manager also in the market

Put the v6 script on the root of your sd card, open script manager find the v6.sh file and click on it then click run as root and follow the instructions on the screen..

Let me know if you need more help
I will also going to make videos on how is done and other things

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Quote:
Originally Posted by radiohead7778580

Google v6 supercharger download the script file ends in .sh

Then in install busybox from the market v1.82 then script manager also in the market

Put the v6 script on the root of your sd card, open script manager find the v6.sh file and click on it then click run as root and follow the instructions on the screen..

Let me know if you need more help
I will also going to make videos on how is done and other things

Sent from my SGH-T769 using xda premium

I did everything you wrote & all I received is an error message
20th April 2012, 12:19 AM |#9  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by radiohead7778580

Google v6 supercharger download the script file ends in .sh

Then in install busybox from the market v1.82 then script manager also in the market

Put the v6 script on the root of your sd card, open script manager find the v6.sh file and click on it then click run as root and follow the instructions on the screen..

Let me know if you need more help
I will also going to make videos on how is done and other things

Sent from my SGH-T769 using xda premium

Does the script stick or do you have to run it after every reboot?
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Thanks for the tip radiohead! The phone is definitely snappier. I mostly followed the directions on the supercharger script post and had no errors.
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