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Thanks guys..

Flashed back my bro's XZU after trying out customs. Not sure why stock offers the best performance for the device.

Has anybody here tried flashing Dalvik and Bionic files that boosted Nexus' performance ??

m using a N7 2013 that sports better scores compared to some custom XZU Roms.

Not sure what's happening here with KitKat promising better performance than JB.
DON'T flash the dalvik one you will stop the ZU from booting up, atleast with GPe, from personal experience. Them Bionic one fill flash ok and does give GPe a boost of 5k but didn't seem to change the usability any. - see my post above.

If you do install either mod the only way out is a reflash of the ROM, and that left @LordManhattan with a non booting ZU and a full wipe/clean install was needed
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DON'T flash the dalvik one you will stop the ZU from booting up, atleast with GPe, from personal experience. Them Bionic one fill flash ok and does give GPe a boost of 5k but didn't seem to change the usability any. - see my post above.

If you do install either mod the only way out is a reflash of the ROM, and that left @LordManhattan with a non booting ZU and a full wipe/clean install was needed
Thanks mate,. That confirms what I have tried. I thought I did something wrong.

5k boost in Antutu? Well most KK Roms available for the XZU as well as the GPE Roms were pulling down XZU scores by more than 5k anyway..
 
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this thread pretty much seals the deal that i'm going to keep it stock for now

no point rooting and flashing an aftermarket rom only to have a slower phone

looks like development for this phone is nowhere as abundant as samsung phones (came from a note 2)


inb4 benchmark haters claim their roms provide better user experience which can't be measured by benchmarks
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this thread pretty much seals the deal that i'm going to keep it stock for now

no point rooting and flashing an aftermarket rom only to have a slower phone

looks like development for this phone is nowhere as abundant as samsung phones (came from a note 2)


inb4 benchmark haters claim their roms provide better user experience which can't be measured by benchmarks
Correct. Most benchmarks are completely useless. Any dev with a brain will tell you that.

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any dev with a brain ought to know how to use benchmarks as a TOOL... not a pen15 contest

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this includes battery benchmarks too...
Correct, but saying a ROM sucks because it's scoring 1000 points lower in Antutu, is quite pathetic (not that I've seen anyone say that).

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