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[Share][MOD][TWEAK]VulpiX V3.1 (updated 6th Jan 2014)

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By sumondhk1, Senior Member on 27th January 2014, 04:58 AM
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This is a very nice mod to make system faster and it is very good for battery life

Lets have a try and feel the difference.

Link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2429923

Tested on Phoenix 16.7 , Hurricane 8
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28th January 2014, 04:33 PM |#2  
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Tested on Android 4.1.2 thunderlight V7 + symplistic V3.6 and NEAK kernel V2.2 and working smooth. Been up for 18 hrs.. so can't tell if it will be better or worse with a few battery charge cycles.

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Tested on Android 4.1.2 thunderlight V7 + symplistic V3.6 and NEAK kernel V2.2 and working smooth. Been up for 18 hrs.. so can't tell if it will be better or worse with a few battery charge cycles.

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You can test it without any mod.
That may help you understand the difference.
Thanks.
29th January 2014, 12:01 PM |#4  
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"Check Random Entropy Available" is force closing for me.

Edit: I changed SELinux to permissive and now it sems to work
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"Check Random Entropy Available" is force closing for me.

Edit: I changed SELinux to permissive and now it sems to work

Can you feel any difference like battery life or performance ?
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Can you feel any difference like battery life or performance ?

It removed all animations. sure it would benefit galaxy Y. but we have a gigantic CPU/GPU.
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Can you feel any difference like battery life or performance ?

Quite honestly, it's barely noticeable.
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Is it work on 4.3 roms? i'm on jellykat v3.
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Is it work on 4.3 roms? i'm on jellykat v3.

I think so as stated by the OP of the original thread.
Make a nandroid first then test yourself.
I hope it will work.
Battery life is quite amazing in my opinion.
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I think so as stated by the OP of the original thread.
Make a nandroid first then test yourself.
I hope it will work.
Battery life is quite amazing in my opinion.


ok, thanks, but how can I verify that it is working really? I elaborate only on the sensations?
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