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Hi all!

I've recently got a SGS+. Once i got it , i formatted everything ( by PC , by cwm , by odin changed into a new stock rom...)

And it sems that im facing some low Read/Write (internal) speed lags, cause little things like switching on Bluetooth/wifi/gps from Notification drawer , it takes 2-6s to get that icon coloured.

For now , ill try gigabread+, will perform a clean with clean master , a performance check by lagfix Strim , and i made a ext4 partition ( will use link2sd ) to see if it improves the speed.


Does anybody now any trick to improve the internal R/W memory ? cause im sick of this things.
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Try to raise sd cache speed

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How ? Which app should i use ?

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make a text file and add these lines then save it and rename file something like ''sdspeedboost'' then add the file to system/ect/init.d


#!/system/bin/sh
if [ -e /sys/devices/virtual/bdi/179:0/read_ahead_kb ]
then
/system/xbin/echo "3072" > /sys/devices/virtual/bdi/179:0/read_ahead_kb;
fi;

EDIT: you can test if the script is working by using ''root explorer'' and going to sys/devices/virtual/bdi/179:0/read_ahead_kb, if it says 3072 then the script is working.
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