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[JIT Updated 31/12/10] Frozen Eclair- For 2.21 & AND NOW 2.34.1 Firmwares

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9th January 2011, 08:07 PM |#141  
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Ok for quadrant,
but Linpack is a pure math benchmark that shouldn't be biased to one platform... if not for the fastest one, legitimately.
Anyway it's reassuring to see that nexus S score.

Quote from greenecomputing.com(Linpack)

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So, what is it about the Snapdragon then that makes it perform so much better on the Linpack benchmarks? The Nexus One, Droid Incredible, and the EVO 4G use the same type processor, the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with the Scorpion core. The Scorpion core is an a 1-GHz control processor based on ARMís Cortex instruction set supported by an array of 600-MHz DSP and accelerator cores for baseband and video processing that offer 128-bit single instruction multiple data (SIMD) functionality. Thus, the Scorpion core can process SIMD instructions in 128-bit-wide chunks, while most other Cortex based chips are restricted to 64 bits. Scorpion also has a deeper pipeline, which includes VFP commands, while VFP commands are not pipelined in the Cortex.

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yay antibyte
9th January 2011, 09:00 PM |#143  
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This means I should have gone read that description before coming here
9th January 2011, 11:44 PM |#144  
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Hi Higgsy, Is it possible to know whether I am running the JIT enabled firmware or if it dint apply. I am rather doubtful and wanted to check this out before I made a nandroid of this good working ROM i customized.
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10th January 2011, 12:09 AM |#145  
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if you flashed the zip it will of applied. You can do a Linpack, and you will get around 14 if it is enabled, 7 if not. Or you can do an adb logcat and look for it resizing the jit table.
10th January 2011, 01:20 AM |#146  
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Thanks Higgsy. Linpack came to around 12 so it should be JIT enabled. Thanks for all these again.

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10th January 2011, 01:50 AM |#147  
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I thought i might just drop in and say that the 2.21 hit/deodex works on the telstra version which is 2.26.0

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11th January 2011, 03:26 PM |#148  
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Thanks! It really works Great!
Sorry for my English
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Guys!

Please explain me what are those odex files and why should we get rid of them?
Tried searching the forum, without success.

I have official Froyo now, seems to be "odexed".
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I installed this yesterday and all is good, apart from the fact that I lost about 80 photos from my sd card. I've searched jpegs and they're not there. Anybody got any ideas what might have happened to them'
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Guys!

Please explain me what are those odex files and why should we get rid of them?
Tried searching the forum, without success.

I have official Froyo now, seems to be "odexed".

The Dalvik Virtual Machine that interprets/compiles the apps optimizes the
apps for the phone it runs on. This happens when you install the app.
But now you have parts of the APK 2 times. The original one and the optimized version
that is stored in the so called "Dalvik Cache". This takes additional storage.
As this makes no sense for the apps that come with your phone and
will normaly never change, those stuff is pre-optimized at factory and only the optimized versions,
the ODEX'ed (Optimized Dalvik EXecutable) version, is installed to the phone.
The problem is the Frozen Eclair Mod uses the Dalvik Virtual Machine from
Froyo, and Froyo can't handle the ODEX files created for Eclair.
Also you need the deodexed versions if you want to modify stuff like themes.
Deodexing is done via disassembling and rebuilding the classes file inside the APK's.
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