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    5.0.8 wtf?

    Hey all,

    Quite new to Rootville but it looks nice, think I'll stay awhile.

    Only tried out two ROMS so far, BB v1.1 and CM 5.0.8.

    Maybe I'm doing something wrong but BB was so much faster and smooth.

    Granted I did have a 1Ghz kernel running.

    My quadrent score on BB was in the upper 500's and with 5.0.8 I am only getting 365.

    Any way to speed things up? Am I doing something wrong?

    I do like all the customization options but why so slow?

    Thanks.
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    Ummm.....did you use a 1ghz kernel on CM?
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    How please?
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    Apply the 1 Ghz kernel for CM like you applied the 1 Ghz kernel for BB.
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    When I installed BB thru ROM manager it came up as an option during the process. How do I do it after the fact?

    (sorry for my ignorance)
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    you will not ever get anything over 750 or so using these roms they are 2.1 and they will never get as high as say 1650 on quadrant as where as 2.2 will
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    Well if you have rom manager, click on Cyanogenmod, and click on either P3Droid or Bekit Kernels.
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    Thanks for the reference.

    So can I speed it up using a different kernel?

    How do I install a new kernel? Through ROM Manager? Which would you recommend?

    Thanks again
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    Either Bekit or P3Droids are fine...you may want to experiment with both..yes if you install that overclocked kernel it would be much faster. And yes through ROM manager like I explained above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by titans View Post
    Apply the 1 Ghz kernel for CM like you applied the 1 Ghz kernel for BB.
    That all depends on which kernel was used when using BB. Not all kernels will work with cyanogenmod. Unless they are in the any rom format that koush made.

    If you have premium rom manager. Under settings enable advanced mode then under download rom> cyanogenmod you can download a kernel. either p3droid or bekit. I recomment p3droid people including myself have been having problems with wifi using bekits kernels.

    If you dont have premium rom manager here are some links to p3droid and jdlg's kernels. I havent tried jdlg's kernels. I using p3droid's lv 1ghz kernel.

    p3droid's kernels

    P3Droid Kernels

    jdlg's kernels....use the .29 ones

    jdlfg kernels v.32.1.3 Froyo 2.2 kernels lineup. TEST v.32 1300 - CyanogenMod Forum

    When you download these you need to rename them to update.zip and placec them on the root of you sd. Then in recovery allow update.zip install and then install the update.zip.

    hope that helps
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