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[TUT]How to improve performance in CyanogenMod 11

2nd June 2014, 08:04 PM |#21  
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I've tried new Adreno drivers but they keep the screen flickering while loading the ROM and then, the ROM doesn't load.

EDIT: I think the proper version for our SP's is this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexu...aries-t2667759 (Disclaimer: I haven't tried it yet)

Do I need these drivers on Crystal ParanoidAndroid ROM? It is based on AOSPA 4.4.2.
Can I flash these mods too? I don't want any bootloop/problem
2nd June 2014, 09:22 PM |#22  
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I've tried all the setting combinations (16bit on/off with dithering 0/1/2), on SlimKat-LBL, but didn't have a problem like that. (I usually keep a cwm /system backup before editing build.prop or other meddling). You edited build.prop or applied via a script?[COLOR="Silver"]

yes, me too, I always have a backup 😉. Which avoids the disadvantages. I edit the build.prop , it surely has something that I have not done well. I'll try again

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