JIT - Check it out

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  1. 19DroidRage84

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    Thanks! typing busybox was the key. After all this is done how do I know if I was sucessful or not?
     
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    Yup, I did the same thing, dl'd that exact same pack, followed the exact same directions and at 800Mhz with JIT enabled I got the exact same results as everyone else, but it crashed randomly while using it for a day.

    Are you actually using your Droid? Or just enabling it looking at linpack smiling and putting it to sleep?
     
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    Run linpack (check marketplace) and enjoy your faster benchmark speeds. If you have issues, just rename the files to filename.bak and revert your build.prop.bak to build.prop until developers better implement it
     
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    Hahaha I use my droid in way or another nonstop, 16 hours a day. No, I didn't just put it to sleep, and its been this way for 5? days now.
     
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    Well then you are either using a custom rom that can handle it, or your droid is magical. Because everyone else that installed it at 800Mhz has been having random reboots.
     
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    7.218 mflops/s

    I didnt have linpack installed before I did this so I dont know if there is a difference.
     
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    As stated I'm using Sholes 1.2, nothing magical about it. Whats more likely, is those that don't have issues don't post, but those that do, well, do. I just benched 7.789 @ 800mhz if you don't believe that I have it running.
     
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    7.218 @ 950mhz - Kept rebooting first reboot. Worked for awhile then kept rebooting

    7.539 @ 800mhz - Still testing it out. So far lock screen is laggy when you unlock the phone.

    Is running JIT better than overclocking the cpu?
     
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    No, JIT just improves linpack scores right now, overclocking improves all functions of the phones operations. JIT has shown instability issues for some, where most people find 800mhz to be completely stable
     
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    linpack scores? So this really isnt doing anything besides making numbers bigger? Im a NooB.

    Before installing JIT Ive been running at 950mhz for a couple days and had no issues.

    Edit: I meant better on the cpu. Ive heard overclocking reduces lifespan of cpu
     
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    Yes you are correct, this def is something to get excited about, but I wouldn't go grab and install jit just yet. It's not close to be finished and from what I was told google dev team has not pushed their recent changes into the source tree so the jit people are using on the droid is probably several months old. So yeah pretty much only good for benchmarks.

    Quite a few people have reboots and crashes and At least for myself when I tried it I noticed quite severe browser lag where pages just kept loading and loading and never seemed to finish.

    I do, However, think that once compcache and jit have been finished up a bit more by google and added into the main tree, we will see significant speed improvements even if we don't overclock.
     
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