Some OG droids getting 1800's quadrant?

Alpinestars96

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I am OC'D to 1.2 and only see 1400's highest on quadrant. How can I see close to these speeds of 1700+? Thanks

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You get higher scores if you run it on airplane mode then take it off airplane when test ends but before you click ok to submit score.

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I'm curious :)

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Yeah I have run roms that get awesome quadrant scores but really don't run as well as roms that get lower scores. Hence me uninstalling the quadrant app. If a rom is smooth and nearly bug free I am not concerned what the quadrant score is.

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Yeah I have run roms that get awesome quadrant scores but really don't run as well as roms that get lower scores. Hence me uninstalling the quadrant app.

Same here with kernels. I can get high scores with a 1.2ghz lv, but just about cant use the phone. I dont put a value on quad. scores. IMHO, they are just bragging rights for some.
 

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or you could just run a stripped GB ROM with a fast (1.2+) kernel. i get over 1800 with LGB or SS, using chevy's or RZ's kernels at 1200 and 1250

but that doesn't mean anything; while i "can" run that fast, it's only stable in froyo. in GB, that kernel will eventually crash on me, and i actually get a much smoother and overall faster FEELING user experience running a 900 kernel with 400 as the lowest step, and it's bulletproof.
 
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