Removed blank bootmenu folder
Cleaned up init script, removed unsupported lines, added supported lines
Included SD Card Cache Tweak with 2048 value, to match io tweaks
**The lines weren't supported on Bravo Froyo Kernel, added new lines from /sys/block/mmcblk0/queue/iosched**
**If the removed lines are supported on GB Kernel, let me know and I'll make a zip for each kernel.**
**Just remove the last 2 lines of the init script if you don't want\need the SD Cache Tweak**
Removed Undervolt settings -- makes zip universal for Defy, Defy+, Bravo, and Milestone
SIO IO Scheduler now properly loads -- no market app needed now.
I made this for the Motorola Bravo, but it should work just fine on the Defy.
This CWM compatible zip will install the DroidX smartassv2 and BOOSTEDassV2 cpu governors as well as the SIO Kernel Scheduler. While I've only tested this on CM9, it should work on ANY rom with init.d support and Defy 2nd-init Bootmenu....meaning all CM7\9 and Miui roms. I'm unsure if MS2Ginger and Stock Froyo have init.d support. It also undervolts the rom to [email protected], [email protected], and [email protected] Those values work fine with CM9 on my phone, meaning no fc's due from being too undervolted.
To install, simply flash the zip in cwn and you're done. Wiping Cache and Dalvik Cache isn't necessary.
To use the Governors, select the governor in the CM Performance Menu and select apply on boot, or use a CPU Governor program from the market. I recommend No Frills CPU Control --- its free, no ads, no bs permissions, and you can select the io scheduler.
To use the SIO Kernel Scheduler, install No Frills Cpu Control from the market and select SIO (or noop) from the bottom menu.
I haven't used SIO very much (5-10 mins now), but it seems to be working well. The noop scheduler works great, and is what I normally use; but I've always read good things about SIO (and wanted to use it), so I thought I'd include it as well.
I'd give thanks to the authors of the Governors and Schedulers, but I have no idea who wrote them....I only found them in Beanstown106's DroidX Miui V4 rom and they happen to work wonderfully on the Bravo.