Android 2.2 - Froyo

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  1. brando56894

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    Im sure they will preform better and it will crash (a lot) less. The JIT included in the roms is usually unstable and doesn't really benefit much since most apps are built to use JIT.
     
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    say that after you run my rom.
     
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    agreed, rooted users wont care for 2.2 besides minor upgrades. Jit will not do much for droid at stock clock speed. maybe reach 6 or 7 mgflps at best. but for rooted users, should be impressive incorporating googles jit with oc kernels though :)
     
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    ITS THE SAME SPEEDS!!!! did you read anything?
    according to that sites speed tests its the same damn speed.
    with JIT at 1ghz, i can click off 10-11mflops all day long, pass a stress test for 5 minutes,and get 140 benchmarks.
    which means the JIT we have now(rooted users, since for some reason theres still stock users) is the same thing. so now they just have it built in. its been stable in my builds, and im sure some others, for quite some time(at least 2months for myself)
     
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    so realistically the only thing the community is getting is flash support, and some minimal things, like apps2sd(biggest waste of an sdcard, IMO) and some cool backup and update features..
    hmm.. i feel cheated..
    i call bull**** on the 40mflops N1
     
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    so if jit now is so stable how come no one uses it in there roms but you? every other rom you have to turn it on yourself. even koush and cyangoen removed it from there roms? and why removed??? bc its not stable. guess you set jit up better than them. wow good job. <-- sarcasm btw
     
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    It's actually a factor of how much faster. It's almost 6x faster according to that graph.

    So at your clock speeds (600mh) on 2.2 you should see the high 30's.
     
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    Droid Drama returns
     
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    if you haven't tried my rom, then you cant speak. it is perfectly stable in my build, dont believe me, try it.
    and Cereal, either im misreading the chart, or you are.
    i think the chart is misleading.
    stock mflops is around 4mflops, i believe.
    the way i read it is that they are getting 5.8 mflops, whereas your saying its 5.8x as fast. correct?
     
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    It says "Factor of speed increase" meaning how many times as fast I believe.

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    Ill agree Ive never tried your rom, I might though. I doubt it will be any faster than when Ive had JIT enabled for BBv1.
     
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    So if stock is 4-5 and your JIT setup is getting 10-11 then your setup isn't nearly as efficient as what the graph is showing for 2.2.

    Of course that could be because the N1 uses JIT better than the Droid or something since the graph is most likely based on the test N1s that Google gave out.
     
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