Originally Posted by WT Ho
Actually deodexed ROM will only experience boot delay on first boot after a Dalvik cache wipe. As you use your device, the Dalvik cache will be rebuilt, which has similar effect as odexing the ROM. Therefore, after some regular uses, your boot time will be on par with odexed ROM.
Would you mind sharing what you have change in the gps.conf in the end? I wonder what setting in gps.conf is the most important one.
As for using TB. It is usually safe to move system apps that can be found on the market. Actually, if an system app can be found on the Market, you can delete the system app using TB and install the one from market (it is less likely to run into trouble). "Integrate update to ROM" may or may not reduce system space. All system apps cannot be uninstalled or updated (technically speaking). When an update is available, say for Google Map, Android will not remove the old version under your system directory, but instead in will install the update as user app. If you integrate the update into the ROM, TB will actually install the update version back in the system directory. So, it may or may not free up extra space depending on the size of the new version.
Thanks WT, I have tried different tweaks in the beginning. Finally end up with quite a simple one:
For curiosity, I changed back to original one yesterday and found there's actually no difference. Now I have fix 10-15sec with original conf (testing with GPS essentials from Market). If I use Sygic, I can have immediate fix. I doubt GPS might have learning function bcoz once you used more, it had a quicker fix. The 1st time I used it with your rom, no fix over 3 min, that's why I started to look for some tweaks.But I am sure PFGPS v2.0 not working on my device (no fix at all). I checked their conf and found it was for A-GPS device.
Edit:Why integration of apps to rom take so long? I tried Market but lost patient finally (manually stopped it after 5min). After reboot, Market showed a strange interface. Tried TB restore of Market (app+data), but never end (>5min, have to manually stop again).
Found TB pro (my version is 4.7.6) can only restore data not apps (if restore any apps, never finish). But same version on my smartphone works fine. Does it have the same issue as XDA app which need to return a value etc? Have you got TB restore app function working on your device? I noticed that everytime I open TB, it always shows a system conf warning msg as attached (no matter I ticked debug or not), push ok and it started (there's no problem of backup though). Not sure whether it is related to the restore function. If it is not rom related, I may start a new thread in general area.