- Feb 21, 2014
I have tried F2FS also, but the problem lies in the read performance, wich worse than on ext4. And read performance is much more important than the write one...
Alright guys, new build is up: http://goo.im/devs/laufersteppenwolf/CM11/cm-11-20140923-UNOFFICIAL-p880.zip
I just dont see any reason to gloat to be honest and switching back to ext4 is not because is better or worst but because people didnt show any interest in it and easiest move ever is to ditch it. I will do my best not to gloat for giving people a chance to testing it and decide the outcome with real life usage and not just random website benchmarks.
Yeah, this is not true, i noted that it doesn't improve anything unless you are running large databases while it WILL affect read speed which you DO use.
The "random website" was this website, it was from XDA and it matches all other benchmarks made except from a company pushing it (gee, i can't imagine why they would introduce flawed results for a product they are selling, can you?) so...
Don't try to rewrite history, that is just dishonest.
Anyway, it was meant as a tounge in cheek joke, nothing more.
And if you want to, you can adress me directly instead of acting like a teenage girl and say something in a conversation apropos nothing amongst your group of friends. That is just pathetic.
I have to admit there was a bad aptitude on kernel making and rom making in Web in general not only xda:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <manifest> <project path="device/lge/p880" name="P880-dev/android_device_lge_p880" groups="device" /> <project path="kernel/lge/x3" name="P880-dev/android_kernel_lge_x3" /> <project path="vendor/lge" name="P880-dev/proprietary_vendor_lge" /> </manifest>