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Has anyone heard about the performance increases that F2FS received recently regarding the latest Linux Kernels 3.11 - 3.14? Apparently, F2FS is a serious contender when used on NAND based devices. I wonder how many years it will be before us Android users get linux kernels like this?

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Has anyone heard about the performance increases that F2FS received recently regarding the latest Linux Kernels 3.11 - 3.14? Apparently, F2FS is a serious contender when used on NAND based devices. I wonder how many years it will be before us Android users get linux kernels like this?

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Hopefully it isn't years till that happens. The difference on my N7 since I've switched to All-F2FS is very incouraging. It would be nice to make it a built in option to use for those who are willing to give this new file system a spin.
 
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Yes it looks like it has a ways to go but man oh man it sure speedied up my device. And I agree, kinda like they did with ART. I wonder why Samsung is doing this though? I sure hope they don't plan on building the next generation file system and then turn around and try and get companies to pay license fee's for it. Lol

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The moto x already uses f2fs,and it has great performance for the hardware.

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Let's hope that trend spreads to other devices and spills over to other manufacturers.

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The difference with using F2FS is quite noticeable, very pleased so far, and also I hope other developers start making more roms and kernels for this file system.
 
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The difference with using F2FS is quite noticeable, very pleased so far, and also I hope other developers start making more roms and kernels for this file system.
Me too... However, until Google adopts it, it will always be considered a MOD. I just hope a dev some where figures out how to make it an easy transition. Right now it is scaring a lot of people when they make a tiny mistake, do not realize it and then are asked for a password to access their own device... lmao

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Me too... However, until Google adopts it, it will always be considered a MOD. I just hope a dev some where figures out how to make it an easy transition. Right now it is scaring a lot of people when they make a tiny mistake, do not realize it and then are asked for a password to access their own device... lmao
But I have only been using Android for about a month so if I could do this then anyone should be able too lol The big problem seems people are not FORMATTING just wiping.

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