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    Quote Originally Posted by hAHAha Halo View Post
    I would download 247.. But I remember when 242 was expected to be the final build, and here we are on 247 believing its going to be the final build. I'd *like* to believe 247 is final, but if it isn't, it'd be too much work for me to get back on the upgrade path.

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    Suit yourself. I'm not sure what you consider "too much work". I've made it about as drop dead simple as it can possibly be. If a new build comes out, you download the HoB update installer that installs support for it or make a ### directory that corresponds to the update, drop the update zip into it, and run the HoB. 30 minutes later you're on the new version with no data loss. I'm not sure where the work is?
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    Re: Wireless Moot

    Quote Originally Posted by GiovanniTheToker View Post
    Hey Sam, or anyone that knows how (or the answer), does the HoB root .247? And if so, why won't it root mine? It jus stays on the "daemon not running. starting it now. daemon started successfully". How long should it stay on that screen? Lol.
    You need to select the options O'you're phone that hob tells you too. It does root that how we've all done it.


    Quote Originally Posted by raidermc View Post
    I did a cache wipe in recovery and ran the quad test and came up with 1200 I/O.
    Out of all the scores thats the lowest.

    I did not see the clear dalvic option so i didnt perform that operation.

    If i get that number up to where every one else is up to this phone will have some impressive scores

    To clear dalvik, go into the advanced option.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GiovanniTheToker View Post
    Hey Sam, or anyone that knows how (or the answer), does the HoB root .247? And if so, why won't it root mine? It jus stays on the "daemon not running. starting it now. daemon started successfully". How long should it stay on that screen? Lol.
    Covered in the faq.
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    Quote Originally Posted by unbesorgt View Post
    Bionic Bootstrap. Better yet, courtesy of Samuri upthread, here's touch recovery for the Bionic. My new favorite.
    It seems to take longer on database writes in the I/O test.

    Is that any indication of whats slowing it down?
    It is what it is
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    Quote Originally Posted by raidermc View Post
    I did a cache wipe in recovery and ran the quad test and came up with 1200 I/O.
    Out of all the scores thats the lowest.

    I did not see the clear dalvic option so i didnt perform that operation.

    If i get that number up to where every one else is up to this phone will have some impressive scores
    If you're using the touch recovery, it's under Advanced > Wipe Dalvik Cache.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamuriHL

    Suit yourself. I'm not sure what you consider "too much work". I've made it about as drop dead simple as it can possibly be. If a new build comes out, you download the HoB update installer that installs support for it or make a ### directory that corresponds to the update, drop the update zip into it, and run the HoB. 30 minutes later you're on the new version with no data loss. I'm not sure where the work is?
    Well yes you have made it simple, but for me my problem is that I would have to get on the computer and download this stuff. My parents would kill me if I started messing around with my phone, and my mom would kill me if I downloaded anything onto the computer. I rarely have time to get on the computer, it would be too much work to cover my tracks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soocold

    You need to select the options O'you're phone that hob tells you too. It does root that how we've all done it.

    To clear dalvik, go into the advanced option.

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    Jus says usb debugging. I always do that. I'm going to raid the FAQ for answers...and answers i shall get! I'm a level 28 interrogator!! Haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raidermc View Post
    It seems to take longer on database writes in the I/O test.

    Is that any indication of whats slowing it down?
    Db writes takes the longest for me as well, so it's probably just a relative thing.

    Might be worth trying a different benchmarking app altogether, just to rule out any weirdness with Quadrant on your phone. AnTuTu has a separate I/O test if you want to try that one. I'll install/run it and we can compare scores.
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    Re: Wireless Moot

    So this is stuck on 1.0 MHz with 16 gb internal on .247, have to say very happy with it don't really care about ota, have JB on XOOM and not a huge difference.

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