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[MOD][Open-Source] MaliveBooster Optimized Moto v1.0

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By EsromTech, Recognized Developer on 30th October 2015, 10:36 PM
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Peace guys! ! !
First of all, this mod is a good friend of mine but is opensource, I just helped in doing something changes for the better Moto line support.


Credits:
JynAlek


Description:
Hello guys, this is my newest work for all android devices, is a simple engine focused on a good performance and battery saving, I know, it does a great job, but I did my best and I guarantee you will enjoy, you will not even see a LAG on your device.

Unlike many engines out there, the MaliveBooster is not based on AdrenalineEngine, or anywhere else, I created it from scratch to make the best of my device, she had several contributions of many of my friends who encouraged me to create it.


Features:
✔ Increase touchscreen sensitivity
✔ Less battery consumption
✔ Small and simple SD-Card read ahead script, configured to work with "4096 KB"
✔ Wireless Speed Tweaks
✔ Custom Sysctl (made by myself)
✔ Optimized overall performance
✔ Photo and video recording quality considerably increased
✔ New script to compress 3G/WiFi data, resulting in better network performance
✔ CWM/TWRP/PhilZ Touch Flashable
✔ Custom Hosts
✔ Easy to uninstall
✔ Turns your mobile phone into an incredible Galaxy S5. (joke , haha)

**Do a backup before your try anything as usual !!!

Installation:
1.Delete all others ram scripts you have installed in "/system/etc/init.d"
2. Copy 'MaliveBooster' to your phone SD card
3. Reboot your phone to recovery mode
4. Mount /system
5. Flash MaliveBooster
6. Reboot your phone when finished installation
7. Done

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Downloads
V1.0 OptimizedMoto
Mirror Mediafire
Uninstall
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Please, if you found a bug, tell me in the comments that I will fix, and please press THANKS instead of saying thank you, keep this topic clean.

Changelog:
Code:
20151030 v1.0 
Release initial
Thanks @JynAlek and all testers on forum !
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30th October 2015, 10:37 PM |#2  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Sands207

I'm going to give this a try when I get home, is it cm 12.1 compatible?

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yes
31st October 2015, 12:28 AM |#6  
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Working well on XT1523! Thanku for your efforts!
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Very well.
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Malive: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2755977
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Casper1982

Malive: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2755977

You're right, this is the official topic of the booster, made by my friend (staff) here of Brazil, is open source I always used since Galaxy 5 Android 2.3 ...
but this version made was from corrections and improvements for Motorola Moto line
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@JynAlek is knowing about this my work, so do not care anything about it.
31st October 2015, 03:33 PM |#11  
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Hi all , there is any prob to flash it with Squid Kernel ?
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