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3rd September 2012, 09:57 AM |#181  
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i cant for the life of me get this to work .

would be awesome if someone could make a how to video on youtube. idk what im doing but its not working at all. im do everything to the T and i still have the same performance as before.

i would love to get this to run

thanks for making this and seeing that its working for people. i hope to get a taste of this awesomeness soon
 
 
3rd September 2012, 12:01 PM |#182  
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i cant for the life of me get this to work .

would be awesome if someone could make a how to video on youtube. idk what im doing but its not working at all. im do everything to the T and i still have the same performance as before.

i would love to get this to run

thanks for making this and seeing that its working for people. i hope to get a taste of this awesomeness soon

What have you done so far?

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3rd September 2012, 11:30 PM |#183  
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Is it possible to just turn off swap?

That's the cause of battery drain, I remember from using swap on then desire z

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Nevermind, just reinstalled kernel

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3rd September 2012, 11:55 PM |#184  
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Is it possible to just turn off swap?

That's the cause of battery drain, I remember from using swap on then desire z

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---------- Post added at 10:30 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:23 PM ----------

Nevermind, just reinstalled kernel

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Sure. Just don't initialize zRam
4th September 2012, 01:08 AM |#185  
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Just did this and I have to any the speed is awesome. I also odexed the ROM and between the two this is like a whole new tablet!
6th September 2012, 05:50 PM |#186  
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Just did this and I have to any the speed is awesome. I also odexed the ROM and between the two this is like a whole new tablet!

which rom did you use if you don't mind askin?
7th September 2012, 04:58 AM |#187  
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I'm sure this is a stupid question, bare with me I'm a noob. But since I'm running a CM based rom, I need to create a folder called userinit.d and put the scripts in there?

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7th September 2012, 05:57 AM |#188  
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I'm sure this is a stupid question, bare with me I'm a noob. But since I'm running a CM based rom, I need to create a folder called userinit.d and put the scripts in there?

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In /data/local, yes. Or you could put them in /system/etc/init.d/
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7th September 2012, 06:04 AM |#189  
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I'm sure this is a stupid question, bare with me I'm a noob. But since I'm running a CM based rom, I need to create a folder called userinit.d and put the scripts in there?

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Normally what you'd do is install the script to the /system/etc/init.d/ folder. CyanogenMod ROMs also run init.d scripts from another place: the /data/local/userinit.d/ folder. This puts the script on your /data partition instead, so that when you upgrade to a new version of your ROM you don't have to put it on /system again (because /system is wiped whenever you update CM)
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7th September 2012, 06:12 AM |#190  
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Normally what you'd do is install the script to the /system/etc/init.d/ folder. CyanogenMod ROMs also run init.d scripts from another place: the /data/local/userinit.d/ folder. This puts the script on your /data partition instead, so that when you upgrade to a new version of your ROM you don't have to put it on /system again (because /system is wiped whenever you update CM)

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7th September 2012, 06:56 AM |#191  
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Ahhh I see. Thanks guys! Always learn something new everyday.

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