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Default The best quadrant score ever on the mini pro

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Why how n didn't you read 1 post
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Incase you never noticed JBSdroid keeps posting high quadrant results from his home computer NOT from an X10 Pro device like we expect to see in this topic.
 
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Incase you never noticed JBSdroid keeps posting high quadrant results from his home computer NOT from an X10 Pro device like we expect to see in this topic.
My phone can run nearly 1500 to 2000 if I want to brake it


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Incase you never noticed JBSdroid keeps posting high quadrant results from his home computer NOT from an X10 Pro device like we expect to see in this topic.
Why don't you just take a look at the signature? I uploaded it straight fom my mini pro right after the run!
And BTW, I can share my method on how to get these tremendous scores:
1. Open terminal emulator
2. Type su
3. Granted permission
4. Type in mount -t tmpfs tmpfs /data/data/com.aurorasoftworks.quadrant.ui.advanced
5. Hit the enter button
6. Run quadrant advanced again and see what magic root can bring to you
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Why don't you just take a look at the signature? I uploaded it straight fom my mini pro right after the run!
And BTW, I can share my method on how to get these tremendous scores:
1. Open terminal emulator
2. Type su
3. Granted permission
4. Type in mount -t tmpfs tmpfs /data/data/com.aurorasoftworks.quadrant.ui.advanced
5. Hit the enter button
6. Run quadrant advanced again and see what magic root can bring to you
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mount: can't read /etc/fstab: No such file or directory
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Why don't you just take a look at the signature? I uploaded it straight fom my mini pro right after the run!
And BTW, I can share my method on how to get these tremendous scores:
1. Open terminal emulator
2. Type su
3. Granted permission
4. Type in mount -t tmpfs tmpfs /data/data/com.aurorasoftworks.quadrant.ui.advanced
5. Hit the enter button
6. Run quadrant advanced again and see what magic root can bring to you
Exactly what I thought. This defeats the purpose of a benchmark.
 
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Well I just wanted some achievements on modding phones...lol

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No root, just plain benchmark.

Quadrant Advanced 1.1.6

1) GingerDX v009
2) Enabled surface dithering
3) Jit Enabled
4) 729 mhz
5) VM Heap size: 32m
Score: +/- 1248

Noticed a sensible improvement on I/O performance.





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