So im confuzled. Im running Liquids Gingerbread 1.9 rom with chevys lv1.1ghz kernel.
I mostly just use the phone, handcent, the browser, weatherbug and tapatalk..
I want my phone to be uber snappy. Is this script for me and what setting do i use?
Tho handcent is a giant pain in the ass
Weatherbug would always keep my phone awake and eats too much ram so I switched to weather eye.
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Last edited by zeppelinrox; 05-24-2011 at 10:12 PM.
This script is fabulous!!! No more redraws, quicker switching between apps and less lag! Definitely made me decide to hold on my OG Droid a little longer... thanks, Zep! Great work here!! My Droid is so happy!
droid 2 global, 512 mb ram...
cust-OOMized settings are (currently) a pretty weak
a test run of 36,48,100,125,150,168 gave me no significant change in operation until I began torture testing, loading 90% of my apps into memory. after that point the system gave me app errors and FCs, then I used ATK to kill everything but the launcher and ended up with 310 MB free. a phenomenal record, I might add.
ah, for some background info, or music. whichever. On stock ROM I would be lucky to have 50 MB free. On Fission, keep in mind the 2Global is a locked-bootloader phone, the minfree values are something like 12,16,28,36,40,50. But versus stock, I have always had no less than 110 MB free. would the removal of blur/blur apps really free up that much space, all while keeping the same settings?
im thinking a Mega Memory version of gaming mode would be like this:
trust me when I say that Android is VERY good at keeping ram loaded with apps. i think a decent everyday setting for a newer phone would be 28,42,96,112,140,175
maybe higher for a stock rom,
maybe lower for a more bare bones or aosp rom.
The script will tell you since it knows what it did and I don't.
If it says settings will persist then you shouldn't need to do anything and its automatic.
But if it says that it will persist and it doesn't refer to the help file or OP.
Don't run the install script at boot tho.