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OCLF Tab Support

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30th October 2010, 08:50 AM   |  #1  
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Since the SGS variants and the Tab are very similar, the OCLF app should work with only minor changes. And here is a version with these minor changes. If anybody with a tab could give it a try and let me know if it works? Thanks!


One Click Lag Fix is a popular application on the Android Market for SGS (I9000, captivate, etc) devices that helps speed up the RFS filesystem by using a loop mounted EXT2.

2.2.6 Update

2.2.6 contains a bug fix that was preventing it from installing. Thanks for the bug report!

2.2.7 Update

Contains a bug fix which allows the 'undo lagfix' options to work on the Tab.
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File Type: apk OCLF.2.2.7.apk - [Click for QR Code] (2.78 MB, 9441 views)
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30th October 2010, 09:10 AM   |  #2  
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Ive read that this bricked one of our users tabs. Also, i dont experience any lag.
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Wont work. I tried to root with OCLF from recovery console. Can't apply update.zip.

There is very much lag especially when browsing web.
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There is no lag. You have to learn android, understand the apps. Read this forum and you will...

To fix browser lag, use a better browser. I really dont see how you could be experiencing lag anywhere else!
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If yoe ever use iphone you will see the lag

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30th October 2010, 07:13 PM   |  #6  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by RyanZA

Since the SGS variants and the Tab are very similar, the OCLF app should work with only minor changes. And here is a version with these minor changes. If anybody with a tab could give it a try and let me know if it works? Thanks!


One Click Lag Fix is a popular application on the Android Market for SGS (I9000, captivate, etc) devices that helps speed up the RFS filesystem by using a loop mounted EXT2.

When I saw RyanZA post in the Tab forum, I had a miniature joygasm

I'll test out your OCLF on my Tab and let you know how things go.

You should be proud to be the first dev to give the Tab some <3.

Thanks man.
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well? what lag is this fixing for you?
30th October 2010, 10:14 PM   |  #8  
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I haven't had time to install the OCLF yet (at work right now), but I will.

I also confess that the stock Tab is pretty speedy (in comparison to the stock SGS), but my SGS with lagfix is quite a bit faster than stock Tab.

The Tab has such potential! I hope RyanZA helps realize that potential, and though I don't "need" the OCLF, I sure want to help him out by testing it
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Originally Posted by jeebspawnshop

When I saw RyanZA post in the Tab forum, I had a miniature joygasm

I'll test out your OCLF on my Tab and let you know how things go.

You should be proud to be the first dev to give the Tab some <3.

Thanks man.

Haha, I don't actually have a Tab so it's a bit hard to test stuff out.
That said, most anything from the SGS phones should port right over to the Tab without any issue. Most notably, z4mod http://www.sgscompilebox.dreamhosters.com/ should work well too.

As far as bricking, I don't believe it's possible for OCLF to brick a Tab. If anybody runs into any issues though, let me know so I can try fix em up. Or don't, I don't get anything out of this anyway, so less bug reports just means less work required.
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2.2.6 Update is now in the first post, and contains a bugfix that was previously preventing the installation from completing on the Tab.

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