TheSavageSquid's NitroScript Unthrottle Tool Version 1.5

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    Nitroscript no longer works on the newly updated android operating system. We will work on a new way to unthrottle.


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    i tested before and dont work on d2g w/system version 2.4.3.30. the speed test dont pass over 1.8mbs and most of the time only gets to 750kbs. the stock is way better since i get most of the time over 2mbs and yes i have to use SBF to back to stock.

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    Well how good is your signal? Because if it didn't work, then it shouldn't effect your data speed. It deletes the ThrottleServices Files from Services.jar.

    It won't slow you down.
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    Before you go SBFing your phone. Wait a bit till you have a better signal, if you have 1-2 bars of service, you won't see a difference. If you have 3-4 bars of services you'll probably see a difference. Your downloads will be faster, and your browsing will be quicker. It does NOTHING to slow it down.

    Also, did you do a backup? That would be the best. You wouldn't need to SBF
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    tks dude i will give a shot one more time as soon IRENE goes away from ny da might b da problem. and yes i tested them w 4 to 5 bars, but tell me how good is urs speed test?

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    I'd test it right now but Irene is coming for MA right now and its already down pouring. I might be able to get back to you with a test in maybe 2 days with a test. It's worked great with other people and friends of mine. I can't do a before and after seeing as I do not have my original services.jar, only my unthrottled one, but I can show you the after speed test. This has been reported to work on the Droid 2 Global. At first my biggest fear was that it wouldn't work because I didn't know the framework of it, only the Droid 2. If you would like to unthrottle manually you can do that too. I can send you the instructions if you want.

    If other people say there is another method of doing it, there isn't because unthrottling is just deleting the ThrottleServices files and from Services.jar and putting it back, the only thing NitroScript does is automate the process.
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    pls post the instruction but w the whole package jeje ( speed test ) n yes before this update i memba that i post a few pics showing off my speed test n i was like wowow over 3mbs but since dis update i was like naaa ill keep da stock for better.

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    Delete the ClassOut folder in the program's directory. Open CMD, cd to the directory where the program is (just because there are some files that are needed to do this are) and run the following commands in this order

    Then go to classout/com/android/server/ and delete all files that say ThrottleServices

    when you're done with that enter these commands in cmd

    Then you are all set! You should be unthrottled.

    If the throttleservices arn't there and you havent reverted to stock yet, then NitroScript has done its job. :)
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    will do tks alot ill test it when irene goes away. two thumbs up

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    No problem! Glad to help!
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    cant wait to try it jejeje uhh can i do this by using clockwork
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    nope, it would probably break your phone
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    Maybe a stupid question but will this work on gingerbread?
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    I don't know, I don't have gingerbread. I assume it will because that's just how the phones framework was designed. I believe it should work.