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  Reply # 405758 17-Nov-2010 10:13
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No idea, but lots of people here run Doc_Rom v7.2. With the ext4 lagfix from the CWM rom menu it is very rare that the phone pauses/lags. Most people recommend a factory reset + wipe data before or after upgrading it also helps with speed.




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  Reply # 405764 17-Nov-2010 10:18
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yeah i ran that for a day didnt like it.. i actually have preference to the TW Launcher...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 405769 17-Nov-2010 10:22
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you can run it with TWLauncher if you wish, not sure if that was available on the version you tried. If you do try it again try the JPO version, then do a factory reset + wipe data, then add the medium +/- full package (to get TWLauncher) then add swipe then go to the CWM advanced features menu built into the rom and enable all of the tweaks and the advanced ext4 lagfix.




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AVR: Pioneer Elite SC-LX87 220W 9.2 Ch AVR
Speakers: Wharfedale Jade 7 Fronts / Jade 2c Center / Jade 5 Rears
Subs: iNuke 3000dsp 3000W proamp with 4x 15" JBL Sealed Subs
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  Reply # 405770 17-Nov-2010 10:23
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will try it now...


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  Reply # 405782 17-Nov-2010 10:31
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Don't enable the misc tweak. It's the 3rd one. That tweak seems to cause problems. All others have positive reports.




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  Reply # 405790 17-Nov-2010 10:39
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There was an option that enabled several tweaks with just one click, did that included the 3rd one. Do you know what the problems were?




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  Reply # 405827 17-Nov-2010 11:40
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I did them individually. Not sure what specifically but many people had problems and reported them in the forum. Doc & kalpik don't recommend the misc tweak.




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  Reply # 405856 17-Nov-2010 12:43
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has anyone installed the overclocked kernel



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  Reply # 405866 17-Nov-2010 12:59
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The Misc Tweak caused issues with the Wifi but only on certain versions of the speedmod kernel. The latest speedmod kernel versions (K) don't have this issue.




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  Reply # 405871 17-Nov-2010 13:08
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Is version K now stable? I haven't checked up on the forum lately.

Thanks n4 for posting the link to the pdf - cheers.

I put the lagfix No RFs advanced Ext4 on this morning. It seems to have improved the lag I was getting with swype but it's still not as good as it's been in the past. Will def upgrade to the latest Doc rom when home.




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  Reply # 405918 17-Nov-2010 14:47
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some people say that the JPA swype is faster than JPO swype because it's a later release. Also you can install JPA swype on JPO rom and vice versa. I installed the version with extra languages, so I don't know if it's JPO or JPA.




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  Reply # 405926 17-Nov-2010 15:02
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I'm using JPA it's the one with extra languages. I noticed that the EXT4 advanced lagfix is much faster than the JFS one and battery life might even be better. I still have concerns about battery usage when actually using my phone but the idle battery appears to be pretty good. I'm currently at 19h26m since unplugged with 1h21m of screen usage (74%) and 19h25m Cell standby (18%) and the battery is at 61%

I think maybe my phone uses huge amounts of battery when in use is due to the crappy reception in my area and juicedefender enabling data nonstop when the screen is on.

The K series of speedmod kernel is quite stable, well at least the 200hz one that I am using.




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  Reply # 405969 17-Nov-2010 16:08
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In case you missed it.

First CyanogenMod 6.1 Build For Samsung Galaxy S GT-i9000 Released In Beta Form

http://www.androidpolice.com/2010/11/16/first-cyanogenmod-6-1-build-for-samsung-galaxy-s-gt-i9000-re.../

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  Reply # 405987 17-Nov-2010 16:52
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DrD: In case you missed it.

First CyanogenMod 6.1 Build For Samsung Galaxy S GT-i9000 Released In Beta Form

http://www.androidpolice.com/2010/11/16/first-cyanogenmod-6-1-build-for-samsung-galaxy-s-gt-i9000-re.../


Hell yeah :)

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  Reply # 405990 17-Nov-2010 16:57
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Wow this is the first time my battery has ever lasted more than 20 hours.




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