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[discussion] making the defy faster and smoother

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18th April 2012, 05:23 AM   |  #31  
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Im on WIUI stable GB, its faster than original 2.2... but, what can we do overclocking and using V6? What is V6?
18th April 2012, 09:56 AM   |  #32  
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Im on WIUI stable GB, its faster than original 2.2... but, what can we do overclocking and using V6? What is V6?

v6 is a powerfull memory management. Try it, and u wont regret it.
18th April 2012, 12:23 PM   |  #33  
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I tried ms2ginger, i like it so much its my main rom now.
Really smooth 1.2ghz, v6 supercharged, nitro lag nullifier and a few build.prop tweaks.

You should try my new ROM, Nothing But Speed, which is based on MS2Ginger 3.0. I've applied V6 SuperCharger, Nitro Lag Nullifier, DeBlur and mmcfix (SD card issue eliminator) and uploaded the system partition's nandroid backup just like MS2Ginger.
18th April 2012, 02:29 PM   |  #34  
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Is Supercharger working on CM9 nightly 120416 from Epsylon, i have a defy with bayer module ( i dunno if it's green or red, i don't see very well which color it is ).

Because i tried to install severals times supercharger and it's always failed..

The way i tried to install is:

1- i install Busybox 1.16.2
2- i run Script manager
3- i check browse as root
4- i run *.sh file as root
5- i choose options and reboot

and bootloop... i can do everything, it doesnt want to boot to ics, i did wipe cache, davlik, data.

I'm always reflashing and reinstalling ics, i dunno why..

then i can't do services.jar part..

Anyone have this issues?

Thanks in advance.
18th April 2012, 07:05 PM   |  #35  
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I own a Defy+. Running CM7.2 at 1Ghz. Quadrant 2 gives a score of 1837 (avg of 4 times). I'm installing V6 and will try to report the results soon..
19th April 2012, 11:53 PM   |  #36  
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Hello,

Is Supercharger working on CM9 nightly 120416 from Epsylon, i have a defy with bayer module ( i dunno if it's green or red, i don't see very well which color it is ).

Because i tried to install severals times supercharger and it's always failed..

The way i tried to install is:

1- i install Busybox 1.16.2
2- i run Script manager
3- i check browse as root
4- i run *.sh file as root
5- i choose options and reboot

and bootloop... i can do everything, it doesnt want to boot to ics, i did wipe cache, davlik, data.

I'm always reflashing and reinstalling ics, i dunno why..

then i can't do services.jar part..

Anyone have this issues?

Thanks in advance.

Did you install the busybox from supercharger forum ? Did you use latest script ? Did you read the script output ? And did you maybe use the resupercharger option ? Cause that option also give me bootloop. But it runs well.
20th April 2012, 12:33 AM   |  #37  
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try CM9 ^^

Linpack gives me 24 Mflops using following cfg

SetVsel - 19/300, 33/700, 54/1200

Scripts: Juwe11 ram script, loopysmoothness script

VMheap size = 16m

It's real smooth...

PS - Saw a HTC Evo w/ 41 Mflops on You Tube!? :eek:MG: (was OC'd to 1.4Ghz if memory is correct)
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22nd April 2012, 05:00 AM   |  #38  
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defy cm7.2 v6 supercharged
So I have my defy rooted with cm7.2 and supercharged. I overclocked up to 1200 but my scores are only about 2100. Can anyone give me some advice for a stable device but higher scores, I know you may want to know my settings and I will put them up here. I know its performing much better, I just thought it should be smoother and faster. Maybe I am expecting too much!?
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that's a high benchmark in defy...
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My recent benchmark score..


Doesn't matter from where I send it, what matters is written above

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