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i read up on a file called, Mitsuyoshi EXT4 Mod.. i read that when u install it, that it speeds up ur phone dramatically. is this true?
 
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i read up on a file called, Mitsuyoshi EXT4 Mod.. i read that when u install it, that it speeds up ur phone dramatically. is this true?
Ext4 is a faster file system tha stock so yes.
Now if you also removed the ext4 journal. (Not safe and unrecommended , because without the journal, if you lost power while writing something, your OS would not be able to continue the writing operations and would leave you with corrupted and unuseable files)

So yes, this mod is legit.
Its just like voodoo lagfix. (ext4 mod)
No need to download the whole android sdk or put adb in your path anymore!
Just extract my tool and run the adbClientLaunch script.
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Ext4 is a faster file system tha stock so yes.
Now if you also removed the ext4 journal. (Not safe and unrecommended , because without the journal, if you lost power while writing something, your OS would not be able to continue the writing operations and would leave you with corrupted and unuseable files)

So yes, this mod is legit.
Its just like voodoo lagfix. (ext4 mod)
but does it work on JB and kitkat on any android phone?
 
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I would figure that as long as your kernel supports ext4 and you manage to convert your file system to ext4 then its possible.

But you should give your device name first, because the ext4 file system isn't meant for some devices. (Specifically the optimus v, we are stuck with yaffs2 because it destroys our chip)

Then go ask a dev in the forum for your device if it will work.
No need to download the whole android sdk or put adb in your path anymore!
Just extract my tool and run the adbClientLaunch script.
To get started go here >
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...ight=adbclient
My name is Jacob Lane but I prefer to go by Lgrootnoob. Thanks.
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