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6th January 2014, 06:07 PM |#1691  
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Hi, did any of you tried to check the smoothness of pulling notifications if Bluetooth is enabled? I am forced to have Bluetooth always on so my notifications are really ugly..
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6th January 2014, 06:19 PM |#1692  
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Hi, did any of you tried to check the smoothness of pulling notifications if Bluetooth is enabled? I am forced to have Bluetooth always on so my notifications are really ugly..

I tried it and.. it really works! With Bluetooth OFF notification bar animation is choppy for me, but with Bluetooth ON it immediately becomes smooth!
6th January 2014, 06:44 PM |#1693  
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Does zram use gzip, or some other algorithm to compress?

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6th January 2014, 07:55 PM |#1694  
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Where can I activate ZRAM? The setting is not longer available under "Performance/Memory Management" after upgrade to 20130106 Nightly.

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6th January 2014, 08:15 PM |#1695  
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Where can I activate ZRAM? The setting is not longer available under "Performance/Memory Management" after upgrade to 20130106 Nightly.

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aries-common: use KitKat zRAM setting
CM's compcache has been removed, so we need to migrate to KitKat's
mechanism. The value is set to 64 MB for now, which is approximately
equal to the old 18% setting.Change-Id: Ib780aed8c336cea5baf0f672e41179ef85790061

That's also what I see now, I had max. ZRAM compression and now AndroidSystem and SystemUi use slightly more memory than before.
So you can't adjust ZRAM compression for now I suppose
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6th January 2014, 08:38 PM |#1696  
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Does zram use gzip, or some other algorithm to compress?

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afaik, it use lzo
6th January 2014, 08:49 PM |#1697  
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I tried it and.. it really works! With Bluetooth OFF notification bar animation is choppy for me, but with Bluetooth ON it immediately becomes smooth!

Tried that too and it works...Weird :-S
6th January 2014, 08:57 PM |#1698  
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Hi, did any of you tried to check the smoothness of pulling notifications if Bluetooth is enabled? I am forced to have Bluetooth always on so my notifications are really ugly..

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I tried it and.. it really works! With Bluetooth OFF notification bar animation is choppy for me, but with Bluetooth ON it immediately becomes smooth!

Umm, this is weird, but turning on bluetooth really makes the animation of swiping notifications faster. And it's not a placebo, I can confirm this.
6th January 2014, 09:13 PM |#1699  
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Tried that too and it works...Weird :-S

I does not make any difference here (all stock/0601 nightly)

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I does not make any difference here (all stock/0601 nightly)

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In both cases the phone is very smooth!

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6th January 2014, 09:15 PM |#1700  
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That's also what I see now, I had max. ZRAM compression and now AndroidSystem and SystemUi use slightly more memory than before.
So you can't adjust ZRAM compression for now I suppose

But it looks like they also made this change:
"aries-common: increase zRAM to 128 MB

This gets compressed to ~40 MB on RAM and may provide benefits
to multitasking."

http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/56892/
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Unfortunately, it's not as simple as the bug report since InCallUI is no longer its own package, but a part of Dialer (for reason only unknown to Googlers since the commit message references an internal bug number.)

For testing, I've compiled and attached a version of Dialer with the persistent flag, but it's not a very good idea because it will keep the Dialer (with call logs, etc.) always in the memory. Push it to /system/priv-app/ and reboot.

Okay so. I tested everything and I came into conclusion. com.android.service.incallui is definitly responsible for the delay. First boot first call 3 seconds delay(it looks like app is loading content for the first time) after the call process com.android.incallui stays running. Second call while this process running, almost no delay (looks like app is loading from ram). Process is still running, after opening some other programms it gets killed. Third call 3 seconds delay again. So it is definitly com.android.incallui not staying in ram problem. Loading times depend on what you do.
I tried your new Dialer.apk. Sure it keeps my dialer in memory but process com.android.incallui doesnt.
I hope you can find another way to keep this process in memory.
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