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[Q] Why are the stock-based ROMs graphically smoother than CM7.2 on Defy+?

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Can some choppyness come from deodexing a rom? I read somewhere that odexed roms (like stock ones) are faster, but I can't remember in which way faster... maybe just booting up faster?!

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I searched again and I've found it:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...7&postcount=22

As you can read in the end of the post, odexed rom is snappier in general!!
I'd want to try an odexed CM7.2
That would be fast as he'll :D



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Originally Posted by sa3e1 View Post
I searched again and I've found it:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...7&postcount=22

As you can read in the end of the post, odexed rom is snappier in general!!
I'd want to try an odexed CM7.2
That would be fast as he'll :D
How reputable is this poster? FWIR, deodexing only affects boot times, and only after a Dalvik cache wipe—there shouldn't be any performance impact besides that.
 
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in my case, i have a defy+ with adw ex, old v6 (update8) is very smooth. launcherpro is too. stock launcher is sucks, so i dont use it. but other launchers works fine for me.
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