Originally Posted by hackeron
Ok just posting some screens of my idle drain, and is great.. first pic is with no fligthmode, 3d/sync/wifi and everything on..
Second is over night with flightmode active:
I dont recall having this good results for a while. So these tweak seems to do a good job.. And ofc the Talon kernel also. FYI the phone is really fast as well...
I do use UV so that helps as well I quess.... -175 on the 100mhz state for example.
Yeah less battery drain overall with ThunderBolt! tweaks
I experienced that too.
Yeah, Memory Freak has drop caches there. And thanks for the vote
Originally Posted by trip007in
The tweaks looks quite interesting and exhaustive, Can you make one for I9003. Thanks in advance.
It should work in i9003 (except the 3G tweak). Please test it out and let me know if it works (as no one tried it yet, there is a risk for issues).
Be sure to have a nandroid backup handy.
Originally Posted by Rebel2k
Just had my first freeze after a call with 1.6.6. I'm going on testing.
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Hmm, please test it out more. I would need to tackle this freezing problem as well
Originally Posted by geokilla
Going to flash 1.6.6 soon, but thought I'd report back one last time with 1.6.5. Lag is crazy after not restarting the phone for over 18 hours. Couldn't get Navigon and Angry Birds to run properly, though Navigon still managed to lead me to my destination somehow. I was able to open smaller apps like Messaging and Dialer just fine though, so the tweaks indeed do work.
Drop caches and ZRAM didn't help btw.
Yes 1.6.5 has lags as more as multitasking was the forefront and performance was taking a backseat
1.6.6 should be more performance centric.
Originally Posted by Thunder22
I'm on cm7 nightly 159 on captivate. Do I download cm7 version, unzip, then take out the two libsql.so files and remount script, then rezip and flash with cwm.
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Originally Posted by chiefy009
On cm7 remove the two libsq files then flash?
Done it all seems fine, not mounted through script manager though
Is that right? Seems quicker
Edit : causing freezing and reboots restored back up
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What was causing the freeze? Can you tell me which app you accessed when it froze?
Originally Posted by flolep
Maybe because you are on talon kernel right?
This kernel has still memory leaks even with the two new commands included in memory freak and the phone is going to lag very much after more than 15 hours of use or so (reboot is the only viable way of recovering performance and smoothness).
BUT I have to say that for me too, on semaphore, and it never did me such a thing on this kernel and an odexed rom, on thunderbolt 1.6.5, my phone seemed a little bit lagging after one day of use and I had to reboot to recover performance... Found it strange and don't know if it was due to 1.6.5...
I am now on 1.6.6 and maybe this behaviour is gone... We will see tomorrow but for the first tests I did, 1.6.6 seems even better than 1.6.5 performance wise and not redrawing launcher too much. Thanks pika.
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Yes 1.6.6 has better performance than 1.6.5. As this is still a beta, it needs more polish. Hoping that the beta testers will help test more builds to come
Originally Posted by mab71
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Edit: Think I saw something about making a widget for drop cache, or? cant seem to find the guide
You can use script manager's widget if youre not using memory freak. just download the drop.txt file from pikachu's other thread and run it first in script manager then after that you'll be able to run it by applying script manager ads widget from the add widget option when long pressing homescreen.
hope this helped...PERKA
Yes, it's in the Android Optimization Tips in my sig
Originally Posted by melvinaury
I'm using Talon big mem 1,200 on a Capy I already install thunderbird. My question is, Do I need to change the governors in control freak app?
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You can change governors in the screenstate_scaling script as that takes precedence rather than the Control Freak's one.