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View Poll Results: How XMD Optimizer Works For You?
Its Really Working With My Device 11 42.31%
Its Not Working On My Device 5 19.23%
Maybe Its Working Or Not On My Device 10 38.46%
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[MOD][2014/10/30]XPLiX™ 103014-stable | Experience the Rage within your Device!

OP RenzkiPH

Announcement from RenzkiPH: XPLiX Stable version Has been release! Enjoy the rage!
23rd November 2014, 06:59 AM   |  #61  
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Hi there, in order to enable this mod, should I enable it under terminal each time when I re-boot ?
5th December 2014, 06:28 PM   |  #62  
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I'm concerned about fstrim, because I'm running f2fs.

Will fstrim break anything in fstrim? My understanding is that f2fs needs its own "cleaner" routine.
8th December 2014, 08:28 AM   |  #63  
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Seems to change performance settings when installing ad-block
So I tried this mod on my Galaxy Tab 2 for ad blocking. Since I already have an optimized stock ROM with a very optimized custom AGNi kernel, I didn't want the performance tweaks.

I flashed it and followed the instructions. In Terminal, I only typed
$ su -c /etc/Xplix/MENU

and chose Item 1. (Then 5).

That should have installed the ad blocker only.

I can't tell if the ad-block is working. Some ads still come thru on the Drudgereport, whereas the ad-block host file in LiquidSmooth seems to kill them all.

Anyway, I noted that all my AGNi settings (IO scheduler, cache size, etc.) had changed, even tho I didn't chose to install XPLIX.
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