Originally Posted by IOIDroid
The Following Changes are added, these are fairly generic for custom ROM's and Samsung do not add them as they are all Vanilla Android tweaks.
#Better battery life:
The above changes force the phone into deep sleep after inactivity and therefore saves battery life. One of the changes also increases the amount of time Android waits between scanning for a new wireless network therefore decreasing battery drain.
This increases the smoothness of scrolling on the device.
The changes below force Rendering of graphics via the GPU which frees up CPU for multitasking etc.
#Render UI with GPU
debug.sf.hw = 1
There are hundreds of others but takes to long to explain them all !
Hey mate. Have you looked at this
persist.sys.use_dithering and pm.sleep_mode (x2 entries) are said to only work on CM.
ro.ril.disable.power.collapse=0 x2 entries
And maybe some others also are shown to not do anything. The thread is worth a read along with these links....
For example to quote jeff mixom on windowsmgr.max_events_per_sec=300....
Many build.prop tweaks set this value to 300, but it seems this is a bad idea. As Google points out, Android maxes out at 60fps. The default value is already allow for a possible max_events_per_sec of 90. Even if you allow for 300 max_events_per_sec, you’ll only ever see 60 of these events in any given second. Therefore, any value much higher than 90 is unlikely to have any noticeable impact on your experience in general. Additionally, setting this value too high can starve other UI events that need to get processed, viz. touch inputs. You’re not likely to feel like your device is running very smoothly when it is busy processing thousands of scroll events instead of responding immediately to you clicking to try and open a link or an app. There may be some specific scenarios where increasing this value does appear to improve system feedback, but changing this value for all UI events across the board will likely cause more problems than it will solve.
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