Slow load from unlock screen! whats going on...

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  1. spacemanps

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    Okay so yesterday i loaded blackdroid 10, and i have notice when i unlock my screen it takes like 2 seconds for everything to load on the screen... that is extremely annoying to me... whats up with that? ( im using helix2)
     
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    I'm running stock 2.1 and occasionally when I swiped to unlock (to answer phone) the screen freezes for a few seconds before the phone app opened up.
     
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    Are you overclocked with profiles? Mine does this when I have my sleep/standby profile set really low. Because while sleeping the phone is SLOW and when you wake it up, it takes a few seconds to speed up.

    If your not using a sleep/standby profile then please disregard.
     
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    i dont have profiles on... its at 900 at all times.
     
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    I would recommend you put profiles on at least for failsafe and charging. But that may not be the issue. Could be something dealing with the rom.
    I see you using helix2 are you having that problem with HL 1
     
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    It could actually be HelixLauncher2. Being 3d and whatnot, it requires a bit more memory. I wasn't happy with it. HL1 is super fast.

    Also, I removed the old launcher via terminal and I think it may have sped things up a bit also.
     
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    Ok, dumb noobie question time....... What is clocking, and how do you make profiles?
     
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    clocking... i think you mean Overclocking... its over clocking the processor.. using setcpu in a rooted droid with a rom... and profiles is in setcpu..
     
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    video is meant for u to see what oc is
     
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    how did you go about deleting the old launchers via terminal?
     
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    Oh now I see. Thanks for the lesson. Still trying to learn all this stuff.
     
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    take a lottttt of reading... ive only been doing this a few months now and i still ask noob questions.. just be careful... you will be advised to "USE THE SEARCH BUTTON" many many times... so always try that before you post a question (not that i mind answering any questions, bc i have been there) but the search funtion is always helpful.
     
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    TO REMOVE OLD LAUNCHERS:

    Open up a terminal emulator on your phone and do the following:

    su
    sysrw
    cd /system/app
    ls

    Now you'll see a list of all system .apk files. Find the launchers you want to remove (usually Launcher.apk and/or Launcher2.apk) and do the following with them:

    mv Launcher.apk Launcher.apk.bak

    This renames them (because removing could backfire if you ever had Helix problems).

    Then:

    sysro
    sync
    exit

    And your done.

    If it doesn't let you do the mv command, you can:

    cp Launcher.apk Launcher.apk.bak
    rm Launcher.apk

    It will do the same thing.
     
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    I'd recommend to have all running profiles (as in battery <, temp > and main profile) to have a minimum of at least 500. I've noticed that anything lower than that provides an initial choppiness at unlocking/screen changing etc as the cpu starts to wind up to your max setting.

    The only other profile setting I would recommend is to set your "screen off" profile as min: lowest setting, max: 500. That way you wont get any lag with receiving notifications/calls, but the cpu underclocking at all other times will make your battery last a lot longer than stock.
     
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