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[KERNEL] Project Voodoo stable, lagfix, color, sound. Usage and development.

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19th October 2010, 06:39 AM   |  #1681  
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Anyone think that the scrolling in apps page is still very laggy? I thought it be better than oclf but I was wrong.

Anyone has any input on this?

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19th October 2010, 06:54 AM   |  #1682  
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What Launcher are you using?
19th October 2010, 07:02 AM   |  #1683  
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Same for me, I'm using launcher pro and the apps page scrolling seems a lot more laggy than when I was on OCLF.

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19th October 2010, 07:07 AM   |  #1684  
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I cant find a way to get the root working the default root on this kernel only works on titanium backup at least
19th October 2010, 07:48 AM   |  #1685  
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Testing Froyo version, pre3. Lost ~10-12% of battery over night (~8 hrs). All services are on (WiFi sleep policy - screen off), Skype in background.

IMHO, it's reasonable battery usage.
19th October 2010, 07:49 AM   |  #1686  
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I cant find a way to get the root working the default root on this kernel only works on titanium backup at least

Just install "Superuser" application from the Market.
19th October 2010, 07:53 AM   |  #1687  
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hey guys, just wondering why voodoo+ froyo seems to be scoring lower in quadrant than 2.1 ( i know benchmarks don't really matter), but running quadrant advanced, i've seen videos showing the cpu score to be around 1500 (instead of 800 on eclair). Does the IO part no longer score in the 5000+ range?

Does it have to do with optimizations to be done with voodoo, or some code now implemented in this version to make it work with froyo?

On eclair with voodoo, i score around 1700, and close to 2k when the kernel is overclocked to 1.2.

Just super-curious is all, thanks.

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19th October 2010, 07:53 AM   |  #1688  
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Same for me, I'm using launcher pro and the apps page scrolling seems a lot more laggy than when I was on OCLF.

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Using launcher pro too. It was amazing with oclf and now with voodoo, that's still great, but maybe a little bit slower.

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19th October 2010, 08:28 AM   |  #1689  
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i confirm me too that the scrolling of apps installed with the launcher is still laggy...
I Tried launcherpro and adw, both laggish !
ADW much more than launcherpro...

But, if you set 4 icon in the column (altought 5 that i usually set), into launcherpro disappear almost completely the lag !! try it... really don't know why

I think, samsung in 2.2 official have left some bugs behind that issue...
19th October 2010, 08:37 AM   |  #1690  
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Originally Posted by keptod

i have the same problem, looks like the accelerometer sensor just now working, also can not play accelerometer controlled games.

Working for me at least. Did you use cf's kernel before flashing the rom?

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