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[20130514][RTMixManager™]Looking for a real functioning game booster? Get one here!:D

1st January 2013, 01:41 AM   |  #1  
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[20130514][RTMixManager™]Looking for a real functioning game booster? Get one here!
old thread here

first of all, READ until you understand everything before you continue!
the script basically does everything for you

What does it do?
-manages ram, DUH

How do i apply?
-delete ANY OTHER SCRIPTS IN YOUR INIT.D FOLDER before you continue.
-you must have cwm recovery that supports wipe init.d or nandroid backup.

1.first download busybox from stericsonhere and install busybox.
2.next, download smanager here.
3. download the script(its not a real pdf file) and run it via smanager.
4. follow the instructions what the script says, and it'll all be okay!
-=init.d method now supports stock kernels=-

some android devices may not support this loop script, and the preferred method to run this wonderful script is to:
CHOOSE THE XBIN MODE!

-to run manually(after you installed it as xbin mode):
1.open up terminal emulator(i dont recommend smanager cause it doesnt work with ampersand.)
2.type su and enter
3.type rtmixman and enter
4.leave it running in the background.
5.done!

How to check if it works?
original installation directory:

for init.d:
Code:
/system/etc/init.d/SS99RTMixManager
/system/etc/usrsettings
/system/etc/readme.html
for xbin:
Code:
/system/xbin/rtmixman
/system/etc/usrsettings
/system/etc/readme.html
check if there are any one of these files that contains loads of blah blah, and you'll be fine

p.s. if you want more power, head down to usrsettings!, usrsettings also come in handy if the engine settings doesnt like your device performance!
for those of you who dont know where the usrsettings file located in, its inside /system/etc/ directory!(directory changed from older versions)

IMPORTANT! if you have bricked your device after reboot, download the RTMixManager_Rescue_Zip_CWM.zip below and flash!
-this will return your rom's status into right before you install this script.

to integrate my work on your work(ROM, SCRIPT, etc..)
- install this script on your system
-copy this:
Code:
/system/etc/init.d/SS99RTMixManager
/system/etc/usrsettings
/system/etc/readme.html
(engine directory depends whether you have chosen init.d or xbin mode)
-put it in your rom.
-THE END, PERIOD.

-one more, don't forget to give the dev(me) a proper credit(you must put the link to this thread too.)

extra!
usrsettings guide
Quote:

brief usrsettings information
================================================
first,

NOTE: do NOT set any invalid values in usrsettings.
NOTE2: do NOT set 0 on interval types of values.
reminder: values are applied in realtime.

settings currently available(may differ if its not a full mode.)

rsb_refresh_sec_interval
-it sets rsb engine to cycle every 'n' seconds.
-recommended to increase this value to save more battery.
-decreasing down value is limited to 1.
-default value is 4.

core_refresh_sec_interval
-it sets core engine to cycle every 'n' seconds.
-recommended to leave this value default since it regenerates processes realtime.
-decreasing down value is limited to 1.
-default value is 4.

core_minfree_limiter_strength
-this one sets core engine aggressivity.
-it has 3 options:
0)multitasking(bit risky)
1)balance(not yet solved)
2)performance(lags may occur)
-default value is 1.

mpe9x_refresh_sec_interval
-it sets mpe9x engine to cycle every 'n' seconds.
-this one is also associated with the engine aggressivity.
-recommended to increase this value to save more battery.
-decreasing down value is limited to 2.
-default value is 4.

half_registered_ram_interval
-it sets a limit of division by 'n' on realtime cachesize and freememory percentage.
-recommended to increase this value to save more battery.
-decreasing down value is limited to 1.
-default value is 6.

quarter_registered_ram_interval
-it sets a limit of division by 'n' on calculated half_registered_ram_interval percentage.
-recommended to decrease this value to flush harder only when needed.
-decreasing down value is limited to 1.
-default value is 2.

enable_flush_timing
-this one multiplies mpe9x_refresh_sec_interval by 2 internally.
-it enables the dedicated engine to act like a conservative governor.
-but there was some known problems that slowing down timing may lead to unintended lags,
-and more battery consumption.
-recommended to leave this value default(off).
-default value is 0.

all the information that you need to know are included in readme.html!

xda: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2076101
matcl: http://matcl.com/?m=bbs&bid=imbeded&uid=130014
droid-hive: http://droid-hive.com/index.php?/top...ager%E2%84%A2/
blog: http://blog.naver.com/hoholee12
sourcecode: https://github.com/lenarox/rtmixproject
email: hoholee12@naver.com

i need some feedbacks, guys!
also if you like my work, click the thanks button, subscribe, and rate 5 stars!
it will encourage me to improve this script performance more than ever!
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1st January 2013, 01:48 AM   |  #2  
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credits>>
thanks to many xda devs who have helped me to develop better codes!
thanks to zeppelinrox for the script design, and the bugfix!
thanks to gu5t3r for the bugfix
thanks to zylor for the rescue zip

Changelogs>>

latest!RTMixManager_version_20130514_packages_installer.s h.pdf
-patched some engines to sync correctly
-some bugfixes

-next version is going to take much longer time to release(a new scriptified cell processor), so dont freak out!

RTMixManager_version_20130511_packages_installer.s h.pdf

RTMixManager_version_20130412_packages_installer.s h.pdf

RTMixManager_version_20130411_packages_installer.s h.pdf

RTMixManager_version_20130410_packages_installer.s h.pdf

RTMixManager™_version_20130407_packages_installer. sh.pdf

rtmixman20130325_packages_installer.sh.pdf

rtmixman20130324_packages_installer.sh.pdf(recommended by many users)

rtmixman20130323_packages_installer.sh.pdf

rtmixman20130321_packages_installer.sh.pdf

rtmixman20130318_package_installer.sh.pdf
Quote:

rtmixman20130317_installpackage.sh.pdf

CWM_RTMixManager2_Smanager_Edition.zip

CWM_RTMixManager2.zip

CWM_RTMixManager_Final_Mix_2_Smanager_Edition.zip

CWM_RTMixManager_Final_Mix_2.zip

CWM_RTMixManager_Final_Mix_Smanager.zip

CWM_RTMixManager_Final_Mix.zip

CWM_RTMixManager_Final.zip

CWM_RTMixManager_Update2.zip

CWM_RTMixManager_Update1_Revised_Extended.zip

CWM_RTMixManager_Update1_Revised.zip

CWM_RTMixManager.zip

CWM_RPEngine2Smanager_Update6.zip

CWM_RPEngine2_Update6.zip

CWM_RPEngine2Smanager_Update5.zip

CWM_RPEngine2_Update5.zip

CWM_RPEngine2_Smanager.zip

CWM_RPEngine2_Update4.zip

CWM_RPEngine2_Update3.zip

CWM_RPEngine2_Update2.zip

CWM_RPEngine2_Update1.zip

CWM_RPEngine2.zip

CWM_LMK_Booster_V4.zip

CWM_LMK_Booster_V3.zip

CWM_RPEngine.zip

CWM_RPEngine_Update6.zip

CWM_RPEngine_Update5.zip

CWM_RPEngine_Update4.zip

CWM_RPEngine_Update3.zip

CWM_RPEngine_Update2.zip

CWM_RPEngine_Update1.zip

CWM_RPEngine.zip

CWM_rPEngine12.zip

CWM_MPEngine12SE.zip

CWM_MPEngine9X.zip

CWM_MPEngine12.zip

CWM_MPEngine11.zip

CWM_MPEngine9.zip

CWM_MPEngine10.zip

ahh, good ol' times

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Me too. So the earlier thread is laid to rest, or will you use both the threads?

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me too. So the earlier thread is laid to rest, or will you use both the threads?

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both threads for now...
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Originally Posted by LENAROX

both threads for now...

Little Tip: Update your OP.
  • "Find the flashable zips in thread" > well as this is a new Thread, nobody will ever find + Attachments are flashable lol
  • Make a Clear Structure, use your reserved second post
  • Write down the Features, Advantages, and How-to modify it with own values (even if u already did, you can still make clearer )
  • Make a clear Title:
    [SCRIPT][TWEAKS](12/31/2012)
    -=Lazerdroid & MP8Engine=- Gaming & UI Boost or whatever
  • Write down an easy How-To Use and Test for Not-so-Advanced (I won't call them n00bs ^*>) (Update your old tutorial)
  • Instead "Yo No Press Thanks" (which is actually pretty true) just "Please Press Thanks and rate 5* if you downloaded anything". Be thankfull... Thank You too!"
  • Don't just write CAPITAL LETTERS & USE ONLY 1-2 "!"
Only Recomnendations, I don't force you to anything.
Great Tweak btw
Thank You,
Jan
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For not so Advanced users ( :P ) just flash the 2 zip files or anything else needs to be done?


Edit

Using i9000 with C-Rom Bean 4.2.1 v2
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jader13254

Little Tip: Update your OP.

  • "Find the flashable zips in thread" > well as this is a new Thread, nobody will ever find + Attachments are flashable lol
  • Make a Clear Structure, use your reserved second post
  • Write down the Features, Advantages, and How-to modify it with own values (even if u already did, you can still make clearer )
  • Make a clear Title:
    [SCRIPT][TWEAKS](12/31/2012)
    -=Lazerdroid & MP8Engine=- Gaming & UI Boost or whatever
  • Write down an easy How-To Use and Test for Not-so-Advanced (I won't call them n00bs ^*>) (Update your old tutorial)
  • Instead "Yo No Press Thanks" (which is actually pretty true) just "Please Press Thanks and rate 5* if you downloaded anything". Be thankfull... Thank You too!"
  • Don't just write CAPITAL LETTERS & USE ONLY 1-2 "!"
Only Recomnendations, I don't force you to anything.
Nice Tweak btw
You can take a look at my threads too
Thank You,
Jan

Lol thanx for the recommendations XD

Please, just call me 'Lag Doctor'.
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Originally Posted by Indian Devil

For not so Advanced users ( :P ) just flash the 2 zip files or anything else needs to be done?


Edit

Using i9000 with C-Rom Bean 4.2.1 v2


You need to flash only the first file (LazerDroid + MPEngine), the second file is only the MPEngine
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