Originally Posted by sirkay
using root explorer, goto /system/etc/init.d, create new file name it as "75sdcard". paste this script and save. set permission to 777 (rwxrwxrwxr using root explorer). then reboot.
let see if it remove your soundbug.
Sent from my ST18i using xda premium
Hmm, I already got that one, and everything looks accordingly to your code.
I'm using the Sony ICS v.1 with your "initd-supports.zip" + other tweaks such as supercharger.
Haven't heard the sqeek in awhile though since I last rebooted, maybe it just needed a few more reboots
Originally Posted by hansip87
You got that sound bug? I thought it only resides on slower CPU phone :/ I don't get a sound bug with 2048 kb set (only when the CPU is too stressed, some audio bug may occured, but not as bad as my old X10 Mini Pro)
Some general rule of thumb, SD class 6 and/or faster, 2048 kb and up. SD class 4 and/or slower, 1024kb and less.
That's strange, I've never noticed a significant difference since I bought the phone when released, but it has always loaded fairly fast either settings
(same with my U20i
- JellySandwich 7.x
- Chameleon OS[4.2.2]
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