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Default [REQUEST] Dalvik Optimization from Moto X

Hi guys, for nexus 4 and nexus 5 is available a mod that port Moto X dalvik ( optimized ) in these devices getting great results in performance.
Is it possibile to get it on LG G2?

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2537299

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I think this is only for 4.4

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Most OEM phones already have it anyway, its only the Nexus' that dont have it. The way to tell is to run a benchmark like Quadrant. With an S800 CPU you should get in the region of 19-21k, not the 12-14 of the Nexus 5.

Its part of the reason im never impressed by the Nexus line, they arent that well optimised and frankly have just as much jitter and lag as any phone does.
 
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I think this is only for 4.4

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yep it is i mean for CM roms 4.4.2
 
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Most OEM phones already have it anyway, its only the Nexus' that dont have it. The way to tell is to run a benchmark like Quadrant. With an S800 CPU you should get in the region of 19-21k, not the 12-14 of the Nexus 5.

Its part of the reason im never impressed by the Nexus line, they arent that well optimised and frankly have just as much jitter and lag as any phone does.
it is only for 4.4.x devices so lg g2 and 99% of devices doesnt have it
 
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it is only for 4.4.x devices so lg g2 and 99% of devices doesnt have it
I think this can only have impact on aosp roms to fix thath low benchmarks scores,nothing else.( if this can be ported )

I tryed to flash it but bootloop on dalvik runtime.
 
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I think this can only have impact on aosp roms to fix thath low benchmarks scores,nothing else.( if this can be ported )

I tryed to flash it but bootloop on dalvik runtime.
yep benchmark and performance on CM roms ( and in less that a month also with new official LG Fw with 4.4.2 ).. i tryed too and get boot loop need somebody that can mod that and adapt it on G2
 
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it is only for 4.4.x devices so lg g2 and 99% of devices doesnt have it
What I mean is that other devices have versions that are compatible with the version of Android they are running. Nexus devices just dont have it.

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I think this can only have impact on aosp roms to fix thath low benchmarks scores,nothing else.( if this can be ported )

I tryed to flash it but bootloop on dalvik runtime.
Not exactly true. It doesnt JUST boost benchmarks, it boosts any CPU intensive process quite noticeably. You will see it less in day to day use, but it is still noticeable.

The 4.4 G2 official ROMs will already have it, AOSP ROMs wont.
 
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What I mean is that other devices have versions that are compatible with the version of Android they are running. Nexus devices just dont have it.
oh ok.. but also if it is compatible is not optimized ( just look benchmark Dalvik scores with 4.3 on antutu get 3600 with 4.4.2 get 2200.. that's huge different also in performance )
 
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From what i understand (and i may be wrong) the libraries in this case are not free, they are from Qualcomm and need a license fee. Google is too cheap to pay for it on the Nexus (possibly because they are moving forward with ART), but the OEMs will.

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