Originally Posted by raghavsharmaxda
, would like your comment about it...
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Ok, the build.prop edits he mentions,
busybox echo "debug.sf.hw = 1" >> /system/build.prop ----- renders UI with GPU
busybox echo "video.accelerate.hw=1" >> /system/build.prop ----- Increases responsiveness of the video
busybox echo "ro.HOME_APP_ADJ=1" >> /system/build.prop ---- this is to force the default launcher into memory. I excluded this because most launchers already stay in memory and this tweak is known to fail when the launcher used is heavy. Probably why the line has been striked off in the OP's post but seems to still be there in flashable zip
busybox echo "persist.sys.use_dithering = 1" >> /system/build.prop ----- this is to enable surface dithering, in other words this may improve visual quality but is also known to cause banding in some devices that's why I didn't include it in my post. It's safe enough to try but you know what to remove if it gives you lines across the screen whenever the color contrast is changing.
Other than that the graphics library included is essentially a touchscreen driver to re-calibrate the touch response, this will definitely work, it is not a placebo but I cannot say if it'll actually make it better or less responsive.
As far as the script included goes, there's a good chance that it won't work.
The script is referring to "/sys/class/touch/switch/set_touchscreen" but we don't even have a touch class
And even if we did, I'm not sure I would use the same values as he has.
As far as the antutu score goes, I don't trust the scoring system even a little bit
It's highly unreliable in terms of accessing the exact performance index, but it is good for dividing the phones performance in quadrants confirming you have a better (or worse) hardware than other phones
Conclusion : You can flash this if you want to, but I wouldn't.
Build.prop tweaks can be manually tested and removed.
You can recalibrate your touch on your own although you don't really need to.
And like I said, the script is referring to an address that doesn't exist at that location in our phone.