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[Updated] Persano's KFHD 7", KFHD 8.9" And KF 2 Tweaks

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By persano, Senior Member on 24th January 2013, 09:37 PM
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12th February 2013, 09:19 PM |#161  
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a good cloud service that upload files fast (no dropbox) and have high capacity, skydrive or google drive are good?
 
 
12th February 2013, 09:25 PM |#162  
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uploading to google drive, when this finish, i will make a new post of amazon os customized by me with my latest tweaks (lag fix app no more needed, i added trim ability to stock rom, so in every boot trim and more clean features + min free customizations
13th February 2013, 01:14 PM |#163  
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Re: Persano's KFHD And KF2 Tweaks
quick question: when talking about setting permission to int.d scripts, do I go into that int.d folder and manually set permissions for every single file in it or I just set permission for the folder? I noticed that when I set permission at the folder level, the files in it still keep their own permissions (not necessarily all rwxrwxrwx)

Update: saw it answered previously, I need to set permissions for all the files.
Coz I set the rwxrwxrwx permission to that int.d folder before, do I need to change this permission back to whatever it was when first copied over (with all the files in it set at correct permissions )?
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And a side note about the benchmark score: do you guys run multiple times?it varies big time and I haven't really seen a big jump in scores before and after. Before (permission is only set at int.d folder level ), I got about 7400-7500, after (correct permissions set for all script files ) I always have 7300-7500 at first benchmark run immediate after a reboot, then 7700ish for the following runs.

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13th February 2013, 08:10 PM |#164  
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quick question: when talking about setting permission to int.d scripts, do I go into that int.d folder and manually set permissions for every single file in it or I just set permission for the folder? I noticed that when I set permission at the folder level, the files in it still keep their own permissions (not necessarily all rwxrwxrwx)

Update: saw it answered previously, I need to set permissions for all the files.
Coz I set the rwxrwxrwx permission to that int.d folder before, do I need to change this permission back to whatever it was when first copied over (with all the files in it set at correct permissions )?
Sent from my SPH-L710 using Tapatalk 2

---------- Post added at 01:14 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:39 PM ----------

And a side note about the benchmark score: do you guys run multiple times?it varies big time and I haven't really seen a big jump in scores before and after. Before (permission is only set at int.d folder level ), I got about 7400-7500, after (correct permissions set for all script files ) I always have 7300-7500 at first benchmark run immediate after a reboot, then 7700ish for the following runs.

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to every tweak , yeah after reboot your tablet will active all the tweaks, that clean and speed the tablet, so it will be very fast
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14th February 2013, 03:35 PM |#165  
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to every tweak , yeah after reboot your tablet will active all the tweaks, that clean and speed the tablet, so it will be very fast

Thanks for the reply and your hard work. But my question was not answered yet: Do I need to revert the permission for the int.d folder to whatever it was when first downloaded? Before I realized that I need to change the permission of every file inside the folder, I changed the permission for that folder to rwxrwxrwx first.
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Thanks for the reply and your hard work. But my question was not answered yet: Do I need to revert the permission for the int.d folder to whatever it was when first downloaded? Before I realized that I need to change the permission of every file inside the folder, I changed the permission for that folder to rwxrwxrwx first.

if give you good score you have made it fine, so dont change nothing
21st February 2013, 07:02 PM |#167  
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i m waiting for my tablet but i keep working, and for my next release i will add this INT2EXT+

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1716124

this will make our system more faster + my other tweaks that tweak system too, this will make system even faster (internal system, so, can work better)
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Thanks for the reply and your hard work. But my question was not answered yet: Do I need to revert the permission for the int.d folder to whatever it was when first downloaded? Before I realized that I need to change the permission of every file inside the folder, I changed the permission for that folder to rwxrwxrwx first.

The best way to be sure is this. There are two test files in the init.d folder that generate test text files on boot to show that init.d support is working properly.

From the main root folder they are located in the data folder "Test.log" and there is another one in data/local/tmp. called "init.d_log_test.txt"

See if you have these, and if you do, delete them (only these two .txt files, view them in a text edit program to be sure) and restart the kindle. If init.d is working correctly they will be there again.

I will say persano, that on two separate attempts I did not manage to get init.d to work properly just using the Pimp my Rom method. I did have to manually copy your own "install-recovery.sh" over their one.

Thought I would mention this incase anyone else was unsure if they had it working.
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21st February 2013, 08:01 PM |#169  
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The best way to be sure is this. There are two test files in the init.d folder that generate test text files on boot to show that init.d support is working properly.

From the main root folder they are located in the data folder "Test.log" and there is another one in data/local/tmp. called "init.d_log_test.txt"

See if you have these, and if you do, delete them and restart the kindle. If init.d is working correctly they will be there again.

I will say persano, that on two separate attempts I did not manage to get init.d to work properly just using the Pimp my Rom method. I did have to manually add your own "install-recovery.sh"

Thought I would mention this incase anyone else was unsure if they had it working.

my manual method is better that pimp my rom, and i have some other tweaks and some optimizations for my current tweaks, i cant use them because i dont have my tablet but i think i can make them compatible
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22nd February 2013, 01:07 AM |#170  
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i m getting my tablet in febrary 26 to may 4 !
22nd February 2013, 03:28 AM |#171  
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The best way to be sure is this. There are two test files in the init.d folder that generate test text files on boot to show that init.d support is working properly.

From the main root folder they are located in the data folder "Test.log" and there is another one in data/local/tmp. called "init.d_log_test.txt"

See if you have these, and if you do, delete them and restart the kindle. If init.d is working correctly they will be there again.

I will say persano, that on two separate attempts I did not manage to get init.d to work properly just using the Pimp my Rom method. I did have to manually add your own "install-recovery.sh"

Thought I would mention this incase anyone else was unsure if they had it working.

I did not find the two test log you mentioned so I decided to re-do the process. I wasn't thinking straight and deleted the install-recovery.sh (this is the only one that has an original file) without copying over the new file, and rebooted. Now my kindle is bricked, I think, I can see the kindle fire logo and then the screen goes blank (still has power). When I plugged it in PC, it can be detected as Kindle, but the driver is not taking effect (yellow exclaimation in device manager), and could not connect as usb device either. Is there any easy way to get it back without fastreboot cable?

Thanks a lot.

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