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1st June 2011, 12:46 PM   |  #1  
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As so many people are using CF-Root 3.2 on GB, I was wondering what tweaks others are using via CF-Root Tweak Manager.
I myself have enabled the following and would be interested in what tweaks othrs are using together with any comments:-

Setting Setting Comment
RAM:Min-free OFF Let Android use up any free memory!
SD: Speed Tweak ON Larger file system cache
I/O: No-a-time ON Don't update access times
I/O Scheduler: OFF Tweaked IO (OFF to see if fixes bluetooth issue)
I/O Deadline Scheduler: ON Appears to make phone more responsive
Kernel Scheduler: ON Fairer Scheduler
CPU Conservative gov. OFF I use ondemand via SETCPU
VM: Swappiness ON Reduce tendency to swap
VM: Dirtyness ON Tune I/O Buffering
Media Stagefright: ON I get no problems with video playback.
Touchscreen sensitivity: OFF Screen fine as it is.

I am using deodexed JVO CF 3.2 (with ext4) with many frozen (and some deleted apps)
Phone is very responsive, no lags (Quadrant for those interested is 2200-2300)
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1st June 2011, 04:56 PM   |  #2  
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Did you mean TWEAK instead of TEAK on the Title?
1st June 2011, 05:07 PM   |  #3  
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yeah thanks, I think folks will know that tho'

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Did you mean TWEAK instead of TEAK on the Title?

??? what value did you just add to this thread?
1st June 2011, 09:10 PM   |  #5  
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Good news, it looks like disabling the I/o scheduler tweak does resolve the bluetooth timing out issue so thanks for the tip I read in chainfire thread. Phone still rapid and no issues

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Unhappy Bluetooth not fixed
Damn! bluetooth hasn;t turned on again. Disabling the I/O scheduler hasn't fixed this after all! Had to reboot then bluetooth available again in seconds... Oh Well!
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try turn off kernel scheduler.... for bluetooth fix. work for me at least..
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Thanks but now gone to speedmod kernel which is looking great

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is there a documentation of what exacly each option does? I would like to know the advantages and disavantages of having the options ON or OFF

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28th February 2012, 12:23 PM   |  #10  
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is there a documentation of what exacly each option does? I would like to know the advantages and disavantages of having the options ON or OFF

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same here ! is there any documentation to help us understand what chaine fire is doing ??

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