Originally Posted by penzoiders
1. SWAP 128mb with swappiness 60
--- I had a 256 Mb swap partition but I haven't set any swappiness (where to set it BTW?)
2. KSM on
3.Purging assets on
4. Zram off (zram for some reason, lags and crashes my system)
5. Limit backround processes to 4
-- left it default 'cause it's annoying to check every reboot
6. Force 2d rendering on
7.Disable HW overlays on
-- left it off 'cause it's annoying to check every reboot
8. OC to 748 mhz with smartass 2
-- OC and UV just freeze my phone and forced reboots, so I left values to default.
9. surface improvement ONLY color banding (without blur effect)
10. 16 bit transaprency
-- ok (default)
11. Entropy seeder
-- used this (new installation method) http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=462 and this was a real treat: this is by far the best improvement in performance ever (OC is nothing compared to this)
12. A2SD with dalvik cache on sd
-- dc2sd is working ok
13. Sd cache --> 512 kbs
-- the app permitted a minimum of 1024 as 1st step so I went for it and set on boot: ok
thanks for suggestions razgoth... especially entropy seeder (great)
can you tell me just one thing more: where to set swappiness?
I'll upgrade to a class10 sd asap, but for the moment is more than ok (coming from 2.1 stock **** now seems flying)
You are welcome, there are 2 solutions to set swappiness:
1. posted by Heronger in MiniCM9 thread (need to do it after every reboot):
Type in Terminal Emulator:
echo X > /proc/sys/vm/swappiness
(Replace the X with the Value)
or open in any root File Manger the file /proc/sys/vm/swappiness
and replace the value with one you prefer.
2. answered by laufersteppenwolf in next post in MiniCM9 thread (change it permanently):
are you sure that this method works after a reboot? as far as i remember, after the reboot the old value (30?) was restored the 'safer' way is to add the echo-line in the hw_config file, so it restores your desired value after every reboot for sure
This file is here: 'system/etc/hw_config.sh'.
I think default value (60) is quite good.