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Discussion in 'UltimateDroid' started by anuraj1, Nov 30, 2010.
it says compache could not be found should i just flash it again?
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i tried to dl again and flash the new one and it didnt work again... i dont know whats wrong. it says compache not found. su permissions were given, i have a slayher kernal rom on it, i have compache at 18%(default) in ud settings. what is the problem?
I tried it...but no thanks.
The performance improvement was negligible for me...and Slayers Kernels only piss off my phone.
With the stock Kernel my Temp when I unlock the phone after a time of non-usage was 59F. and with typical usage rarely climbs above the high 80's unless I am playing a real intensive game or something.
As soon as I loaded the LFY Kernel and my phone started rebelling. increased force closes...increased lag...and worst of all increased heat
With LFY 1000 Kernel clocked to 800MHz with Compcache on...my phone was at 86F when I unlocked after no activity, and quickly rose to 120 with little processing. I also had HORRENDOUS battery life.
I tried both the Slayher and LFY kernels (1000 ones) and BOTH killed my wifi. I tried the supposed fix on the LFY page, http://android.markjohnston.us/DL/LFY/KERNELS/ . Wifi error was still there. Am I missing something? Suggestions? Functioning Wifi is more important to me than compcache.
I was running slayher 1.0 with compcache...my battery temperature would go up to 119 F degrees in minutes..and my battery life was horrible..I had to swtich kernels..do I have to remove compcache from my phone or are there any other extra steps I need to take?
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Just make sure it is disabled. No need to remove.
what kernel are you using?
And, try listing the steps you took, to see if you missed one.
I generally reboot once a day for whatever reason anyway so it doesn't bother me.
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guys nm it is working, it was working all along. i thought compcache was spelled compache withought the c. sound better that way
A couple of n00b questions:
1) What does Compcache supposedly do?
2) What do these kernels add to what comes stock with UD?
This works great
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Compcache is great n all...the Droid is noticeably snappier, but it's just not worth it to me. I literally get double the battery life with Chevy's 1100MHz kernel, vs the Slayher 1100MHz kernel.