There is no magic option to make device snappier, other than fast lane. You can choose the performance governor for both CPU and gpu, which will run all cores at max freq always, but you won't see much of a difference in speed, but will lose power. Not worth it. Go for default with fast lane
Good afternoon everyone. I am running latest r118 on F2FS @ PureNexus. Battery is not a problem to me so I'm looking into making the Nexus 5 kind of snappier/faster.
I have played with Kernel Adiutor(latest version) but I believe I can do much more so I am asking for suggestions on what to add or even remove from my kernel setup:
2)GPU Governor: ondemand
3)Scheduler: ROW or FIOPS(I'm not sure which one to choose for speed as those two are my favourite ones xD)
4)Read-ahead: 1024kB (maybe I should increase the value to 2048?)
5)Entropy - Read: 1024 and Write: 2048 (Increasing the R/W values from 64 and 128(which are pretty low) I now have 70-80% available entropy)
These are my settings. Any recommendations? (like laptop mode=1 instead 0? But I don't know what those settings do.)
Thanks a lot for your time.
Any profile for the last versión? (Battery life) I have DU 11.1
Yeah, both are flashable through recovery and both boot up just fine on the device.
Apart from that the diferences are pretty obvious.
You should not make this kind of a statement on a kernel thread.
Not true and not polite.
Use Kernel Adiutor Mod. There's a thread here on XDA. It's based on the old interface, so it's not as pretty as the one available in the Play Store, but it supports more Kernel features than anything else available.Can someone share what program use for manage my kernel ?? Thanks in advance
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