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Default Dalvik+Bionic patch for Snapdragon 800

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I've found this thread:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/goog...ation-t2537299

Question is, are these libraries compatible with our XZU? Did someone try to flash it?
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Tried two (from op and z2) with carbon and got bootloop with both. Didnt try rest

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Tried two (from op and z2) with carbon and got bootloop with both. Didnt try rest

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That's weird, just tried from Z2 on .757 and it works. Phone feels much, much smoother, but it may be a placebo.
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U used bionic and dalvik or just one of them?
And maybe it works different with stock and aosp roms

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U used bionic and dalvik or just one of them?
And maybe it works different with stock and aosp roms

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I used dalvik+bionic, and yes, I think that it will work only for Sony based ROMs
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Ah yes, this is the same files that nearly killed my Ultra the last time i tried these. I can't remember what ROM i was on at the time or any other details, but i'm not touching this again.
 
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Me too. Now everything is enough so why change if ur not sure that it works? Thanks god(s) for recoveries and backups

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Me too. Now everything is enough so why change if ur not sure that it works? Thanks god(s) for recoveries and backups

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Well, I'm thankful for the people that tries these things out, but I've already been down that road and I got greedy. My phone is incredible fast and it doesn't lag, still I wanted more, and thus I burned my hand. My Ultra wouldn't start and my computer wouldn't recognize it. It took me 5 hours to get it functional again. All that for what? 500 points in Antutu? If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
 
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Well, I'm thankful for the people that tries these things out, but I've already been down that road and I got greedy. My phone is incredible fast and it doesn't lag, still I wanted more, and thus I burned my hand. My Ultra wouldn't start and my computer wouldn't recognize it. It took me 5 hours to get it functional again. All that for what? 500 points in Antutu? If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
I did a comparison on here some time ago, about the time LordManhattan tried to break his ZU, have a search around for the thread.

and yes one of the files dootlooped my ZU as well
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My phone is incredible fast and it doesn't lag, still I wanted more, and thus I burned my hand. My Ultra wouldn't start and my computer wouldn't recognize it. It took me 5 hours to get it functional again. All that for what? 500 points in Antutu?

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