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F2FS looks like an interesting development. The write speeds on nand-based devices are wickedly fast. Implementing F2FS on the important partitions seems to be a major way that some Samsung and Nexus devices look so good compared to other android devices. From what I have read, devs need a Linux 3.8+ kernel to implement F2FS. Any chance this can be implemented for the HD/HD+? It really could do wonders for any lag issues.
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Motorola Atrix (x2) running Nottachtrix 1.3.1 (DeBlur-ed, running Ubuntop v.1.1.1) and Neutrino 3.02
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Sony Xperia SP (LTE) (x2) both running heavily customised stock ROM (4.3/4.2.2)
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F2FS looks like an interesting development. The write speeds on nand-based devices are wickedly fast. Implementing F2FS on the important partitions seems to be a major way that some Samsung and Nexus devices look so good compared to other android devices. From what I have read, devs need a Linux 3.8+ kernel to implement F2FS. Any chance this can be implemented for the HD/HD+? It really could do wonders for any lag issues.
I'm running f2fs on my gal tab 2, thanks to an few xda developers who added it to a kernel. It doesn't benchmark any faster, but it is faster. I'm looking forward to the CM devs adding it for the HD+ too. I'm thinking it does away for the need for TRIM too.
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