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[MOD/TOOL] [2/11/12] The Configurator - Universal Multi-Tool - For ALL Devices

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22nd October 2011, 05:49 AM   |  #1  
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The Configurator 2.1

The easiest way to configure your device !! It does it all !!

Flashable on ANY device that has busybox, it also includes terminal emulator just in case you don't have it.

Combines your favorite tweaks, backup tools, and optimizations in one script.

Get the most out of your device, all setting should work with any device even tablets. It uses common android files for tweaks.

Please post your feedback here !!

See Post 2 for changes made.

Works on aosp and sense roms

Should also work on ICS ROMs.

These settings will be there even after a reboot, and it can be turned off via the script.


This was developed for the Evo 3D but the settings are on most android devices. I don't have every device to test it on so some stuff may not work with every device.

See what your device can really do...Extend your battery life...Make your device more responsive...

Settings:

Not all settings may work on your device...

Quote:

1. Set CPU Governor

2. Set Max CPU Frequency

3. Set Min CPU Frequency

4. Undervolt CPU (If Available)

5. Multiple Tweaks

6. Enable/Disable Virtuous OC (Developed by rmk40)

7. Configure Virtuous OC

8. Enable/Disable The Configurator

9. Optimize Mounts

10. Enable/Disable SD Read Ahead

11. Backup Apps

12. Restore Apps

13. Backup Configurator Settings

14. Restore Configurator Settings

15. Enable/Disable Cleanup

16. Set I/O Scheduler

New Features

Backup Settings/Data

Enable/Disable Swap

SQLite Optimization

More tweaked settings

Usage:
Code:
Flash zip in recovery

Open Terminal

Type "su"

Type "cc"

Both without the quotes
NOTES:

I/O Scheduler: This can speed up read and write on your device. each kernel has their own set of io schedulers but the script displays the ones in your kernel. You current io scheduler will have [ ] around it. To learn more about io schedulers check this out:

http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/6931

I use either sio or noop, seem to be the fastest

Undervolting: Your kernel must support this feature. It undervolts the cpu to save battery

Virtuous OC Daemon: When enabled it set you max cpu for wake and sleep and changes the governor when your device is awake or asleep. It saves battery by lowering cpu frequencys while the device sleeps, when it awakes it automatically speeds it up again. Or alternately you can set the cpu with the configurator.

Optimze Mounts: Remounts system, cache, dev, and data using different options.

SDCard Read Ahead: Speeds up read/write speeds to sdcard

Cleanup: Cleans up cache/dalvik and trash file on your sdcard on boot

Backup/Restore Apps: Backups are made flashable backups stored on sdcard root.

Bugs:
When switching io scheduler if you select the one with [] around it, it will spit out an invalid argument error. This is because it is copying the brackets too. To correct just pick one without the brackets press enter to confirm then select the one you want again. I am trying to fix it. But if the one you want to use has the [] around dont put in a number just press enter.

IMPORTANT: After restoring data/settings you MUST make a phone call to get radio working properly, just call someone in your contacts and everything will work properly again.

Turning everything off requires a reboot to return the settings back to normal, it can be rebooted from this script.

Settings are remembered so they will be on after a reboot too. No need to set them again after rebooting.

Post ideas for stuff you'd like to see added or any problems/questions you may have.

Devs feel free to add into your roms, just give credit.


Check out my video It shows the menus and what not..Guess video embedding is broke so here is the link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eocdqj5CaCc

As with all mods i HIGHLY recommend a nandroid backup before using this just in case
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2/11/12: 2.1

Fixed error when rebooting with system tweaks active

Fixed issue with "leds" file not found

2/7/12: 2.0
Revamped the menu system- Looks ALOT better now

Found most used tweak settings and added them to the tweaks section- should be ok for all devices.

Added the ability to add swap, improves performance on some devices.

Added Data/Settings backup- This will backup your accounts and settings, Not app data but stuff like wifi, sms, google account, and phone settings. Makes a flashable zip file called Data-Backup.zip flash this after you wipe data and install a new rom.

App backup also now makes a flashable zip called App-Backup.zip so you can flash at any time.

Added SQLite Optimizations- turns on vaccum and reindexing.

Tweaks include build.prop, sysctl and system- Adds common values to the settings nothing crazy. But does improve overall performance. Fulfills the need for speed...

Again some features may not work on all devices.
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22nd October 2011, 12:57 PM   |  #3  
Thanks alot, seems like a nice 'addon'.
However, when I change my io scheduler and I reboot, it switches back again to what I had.
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Thanks alot, seems like a nice 'addon'.
However, when I change my io scheduler and I reboot, it switches back again to what I had.

Sorry about that, i was trying something and thought it worked, its fixed now in the attachment. Just read the Bugs section in the op.
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Sorry about that, i was trying something and thought it worked, its fixed now in the attachment. Just read the Bugs section in the op.

I did what u said in the bug section but still when I do select the IO I want 2 times and reboot it goes back to sio again.. :s could u perhaps explain it better on how to fix it?

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Originally Posted by nerotix

I did what u said in the bug section but still when I do select the IO I want 2 times and reboot it goes back to sio again.. :s could u perhaps explain it better on how to fix it?

Thanks

Did you download the new attachment and flash it ?

If so i'm not sure why it saves for me. I just did it with all the schedulers i have.

If the one you want to use has [] around it there is no need to change it or select it. If you pick the number of the one with the brackets around it it write that to the file and when it sets it it includes the brackets.

Open root explorer or whatever file manager you use and go to /system/etc/configurator/scheduler and be sure it says the one you want without the [] around it, if not edit the file to the one you want. Like cfq, noop, sio, etc. If it has the [] just remove them.
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Hello,

I have an HTC Vision running CM 7.1.0 stable.

I get the following error message when trying to enable undervolting, sick tweaks, etc.

The error message is: /system/etc/configurator/led: No such file or directory.

I have enabled the configurator by selecting '8' and the '2' for enabled thinking that this would correct the problem, but it did not.

Did I miss something?
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7th February 2012, 09:36 AM   |  #8  
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Thanks for the script.....i used it a lot when i wasusing my HTC EVO 3D

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Updated to 2.0

Please post some feedback i'm trying to get this recognized and possibly on the portal

Let me know what you think of the new menus and additions.
8th February 2012, 03:31 AM   |  #10  
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Which one or both do I flash? Sorry off I missed that somewhere

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