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Cool Increase your mini performance !!!

DOWNLOAD MY NEW Version 2 Of GINGER GEAR FROM SGM DEVELOPMENT !
NOW WITH FULL FLASH SUPPORT AND VGA VIDEO RECORDING !!


Hi Friends !
This is my first thread so please forgive if there is any mistakes !
This is an simple tutorial to increase your Galaxy Mini's Performance !!!

First YOUR DEVICE MUST BE ROOTED to do this !
After Rooting your phone install Root Explorer !
Open the Root Explorer give the super user permission !

Then navigate to /system/lib/egl ..
There you will find a lib file named "libq3dtools_adreno200.so" .
Long press on the file name and click delete !

Then move to /system/lib/hw ..

Check whether all the files below are present ..

-copybit.msm7k.so
-copybit.tass.so
-gps.goldfish.so
-gps.msm7k.so
-gralloc.default.so
-gralloc.msm7k.so
-gralloc.tass.so
-lights.msm7k.so
-sensors.default.so
-sensors.goldfish.so

If not Download from below and copy the files to /system/lib/hw .. And set permissions as rw-r--r-- i.e
X X -
X - -
X - -

Then add these lines to the build.prop by long pressing build.prop in /system and clicking "open in text editor"

DEVICE_PROVISIONED=0
debug.sf.hw=1
debug.composition.type=mdp
dalvik.vm.heapsize=80m
dalvik.vm.execution-mode=int:fast
ro.sf.lcd_density=120
qemu.sf.lcd_density=120
ro.secure=0
ro.HOME_APP_ADJ=0
windowsmgr.max_events_per_sec=260
debug.performance.tuning=1
video.accelerate.hw=1
media.stagefright.enable-player=true
media.stagefright.enable-meta=true
media.stagefright.enable-scan=true
media.stagefright.enable-http=true
dalvik.vm.verify-bytecode=false
dalvik.vm.dexopt-flags=m=v,o=y
dalvik.vm.dexopt-data-only=1
ro.telephony.call_ring.delay=0
mot.proximity.delay=25
persist.sys.purgeable_assets=0
persist.android.strictmode=0
ro.kernel.android.checkjni=1
pm.sleep_mode=1
ro.ril.disable.power.collapse=1
ro.compcache.default=26m
wifi.supplicant_scan_interval=90
ro.min_pointer_dur=1
ro.camera.sound.forced=1

(NOTE: you can note that JIT is disabled and some settings hav been changed i.e from 0 to 1.. these tweaks works well for mini and Im not sure about other devices)

Then save it, delete the backup and REBOOT YOUR PHONE !
Thatz it Done !!!

You can 2X Performance increase and you can check it with quadrant and also i wil post the attachment images below !!!

Im using Gingerbread 2.3 S5570XXKPK edited firmware by parasami Running at 600mhz (NOT OVERCLOCKED) And I got the TOP Score in Quadrant Benchmark Results !!

NOTE: Im not responsible for any damages caused on your phone because of these changes !

Hit Thanks If you LIKE the post !!
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Sounds quite interesting. How is your mkv 480p video playback?

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Exclamation Itz Hard !

For an QVGA resoultion screen its quite too hard to play the 480p videos flawlessly !
you can try maximum of VGA or 360p videos to get an flawless playback !
Get an Nice Video Conveter to get good quality of videos at QVGA or VGA Resolution !
I Personally Recommend you Any Video Converter Or iWisoft Video Converter !
 
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How fast are they when it comes to video conversion, I would hate to spend 30min converting a twenty minute episode. Ow and by conversion do you recommend changing the resolution to qvga compatibility or should I just simply convert to another format like .avi. Which path would you recommend considering: quality of playback, size on disk, time taken to convert.
Wish samsung had the sense to bump up the screen a little to maybe hvga or vga resolution considering the 3inch screen. It was quite a let down coz qvga has been around for a long time and they should be focusing on phasing it out. That way the galaxy mini would have been a phone to reckon with in the market for a very long time.... Am gonna quit rumbling now.

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Wow, sounds great tweaks
What about battery endurance?
 
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How fast are they when it comes to video conversion, I would hate to spend 30min converting a twenty minute episode. Ow and by conversion do you recommend changing the resolution to qvga compatibility or should I just simply convert to another format like .avi. Which path would you recommend considering: quality of playback, size on disk, time taken to convert.
Wish samsung had the sense to bump up the screen a little to maybe hvga or vga resolution considering the 3inch screen. It was quite a let down coz qvga has been around for a long time and they should be focusing on phasing it out. That way the galaxy mini would have been a phone to reckon with in the market for a very long time.... Am gonna quit rumbling now.

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WELL !!
If you want a faster video conversion then you will loose the video quality !
Each video converter is has a default values to balance the speed and quality !
As you are in need of faster video conversion I suggest SPEEDY VIDEO CONVERTER .. Its video conversion is faster with a minute quality loss ..
Convertering a video with the resolution of phone's display is always the best for playback on low and mid end mobiles !
Thats why i said you to convert in QVGA resolution as we are mini users !
To improve the Quality YOu can increase the video bitrate.. But be aware it will cause the increase in the size your output video file ..
Formats doesnt matter for android as it has got vast number of video players which can play almost all format lik mx video player !
 
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Wow, sounds great tweaks
What about battery endurance?
Battery lasts longer than Before !
 
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sound good.
does it work on CM7?
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sound good.
does it work on CM7?
It must work ! I haven't tried yet ..
 
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Hi Friends !
This is my first thread so please forgive if there is any mistakes !
This is an simple tutorial to increase your Galaxy Mini's Performance !!!

First YOUR DEVICE MUST BE ROOTED to do this !
After Rooting your phone install Root Explorer !
Open the Root Explorer give the super user permission !

Then navigate to /system/lib/egl ..
There you will find a lib file named "libq3dtools_adreno200.so" .
Long press on the file name and click delete !

Then move to /system/lib/hw ..

Check whether all the files below are present ..

-copybit.msm7k.so
-copybit.tass.so
-gps.goldfish.so
-gps.msm7k.so
-gralloc.default.so
-gralloc.msm7k.so
-gralloc.tass.so
-lights.msm7k.so
-sensors.default.so
-sensors.goldfish.so

If not Download from below and copy the files to /system/lib/hw .. And set permissions as rw-r--r-- i.e
X X -
X - -
X - -

Then add these lines to the build.prop by long pressing build.prop in /system and clicking "open in text editor"

DEVICE_PROVISIONED=0
debug.sf.hw=1
debug.composition.type=mdp
dalvik.vm.heapsize=80m
dalvik.vm.execution-mode=int:fast
ro.sf.lcd_density=120
qemu.sf.lcd_density=120
ro.secure=0
ro.HOME_APP_ADJ=0
windowsmgr.max_events_per_sec=260
debug.performance.tuning=1
video.accelerate.hw=1
media.stagefright.enable-player=true
media.stagefright.enable-meta=true
media.stagefright.enable-scan=true
media.stagefright.enable-http=true
dalvik.vm.verify-bytecode=false
dalvik.vm.dexopt-flags=m=v,o=y
dalvik.vm.dexopt-data-only=1
ro.telephony.call_ring.delay=0
mot.proximity.delay=25
persist.sys.purgeable_assets=0
persist.android.strictmode=0
ro.kernel.android.checkjni=1
pm.sleep_mode=1
ro.ril.disable.power.collapse=1
ro.compcache.default=26m
wifi.supplicant_scan_interval=90
ro.min_pointer_dur=1
ro.camera.sound.forced=1

(NOTE: you can note that JIT is disabled and some settings hav been changed i.e from 0 to 1.. these tweaks works well for mini and Im not sure about other devices)

Then save it, delete the backup and REBOOT YOUR PHONE !
Thatz it Done !!!

You can 2X Performance increase and you can check it with quadrant and also i wil post the attachment images below !!!

Im using Gingerbread 2.3 S5570XXKPK edited firmware by parasami Running at 600mhz (NOT OVERCLOCKED) And I got the TOP Score in Quadrant Benchmark Results !!

NOTE: Im not responsible for any damages caused on your phone because of these changes !

Hit Thanks If you LIKE the post !!
WILL THIS REALY IMPROVE PERFORMANCE OR JUST Quadrant Score?>

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