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By kansasboy001, Senior Member on 23rd January 2014, 04:35 AM
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I have been wanting to set my I/O scheduler to SIO to get better performance. SIO is not in the I/O menu under performance in settings, how can I change this?

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I have been wanting to set my I/O scheduler to SIO to get better performance. SIO is not in the I/O menu under performance in settings, how can I change this?

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Do you know if your kernel supports SIO scheduler?
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no I don"t it is the stock cyanogen mod kernel.

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no I don"t it is the stock cyanogen mod kernel.

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You can install trickster app from google play to change your scheduler if your kernel supports them.. Good luck...
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no I don"t it is the stock cyanogen mod kernel.

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There is no support for sio in cm


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There is no support for sio in cm


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what about with your kernel?

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what about with your kernel?

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If ROM and kernel support ROW (read over write) you don't need so IMO. It's much better.
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Thanks, switched to row, 1500 more points in the I/O test on quadrant over noop.

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