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Acer released a patch for Liquid E to improve overall performance

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Acer released a patch for Liquid E to improve overall performance

for 4.003.17.AAP.FET

http://global-download.acer.com/GDFiles/Pa...BC=Acer&SC=

1. Improves overall performance (as measured using Quadrant performance benchmark test).

2. Improves Acer Shell performance

20110109 updated

for LiquidE 4.003.14_AAP-FET or above

http://global-download.acer.com/GDFiles/Pa...BC=Acer&SC=

3. Fixed market rating stars

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Acer released a patch for Liquid E to improve overall performance

for 4.003.17.AAP.FET

http://global-download.acer.com/GDFiles/Pa...BC=Acer&SC=

1. Improves overall performance (as measured using Quadrant performance benchmark test).

2. Improves Acer Shell performance

Anyone using Liquid E tried?

Just saw that on the website from Taiwan, sounds like it improves the performance from the Kernel ;)

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I don't have a liquid e (mine is an A1) and I use GEN1 rom.. but it seems looking inside the update.zip file they have patched acer apks (contacts, launcher), boot.img, and the framework jars.

It could be nice to see if they have fixed the rating stars issue on market.

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hope some one can port it to liquid (not E).

Maybe someone who own a Liquid E should have a test on it before we could port it. ;)

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Humm.. this patch rewrites recovery, boot, some system like framework..

Seems that patch is the missing part of our 2.1 kernel..

so sources are on the way.

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Humm.. this patch rewrites recovery, boot, some system like framework..

Seems that patch is the missing part of our 2.1 kernel..

so sources are on the way.

we hope so!

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I have modified the update script to only install new boot.img + new dhd.ko module. It worked well on my liquid a1 (running custom rogers rom). Should work on any acer based 2.2 roms I think. But I cant guarantee ;) use at own risk.

http://www.multiupload.com/USTX2PFROH

I did not do any performance test before and after, maybe someone else can do that :) Cant say I see any difference, but I did not expect that.

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I wonder if this is just some patches to liquid E ROMs so it matches the metalfroyo & t&l ROMs with quadrant scores of about 1000.

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Guys, just had a test on it. :)

There are improvements, but not much you can feel, so I just give out some score to compare ;)

Before installing the patch:

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After installing the patch:

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Linpack Result:

post-693320-1295027851_thumb.png

Just a reference. :D

EDIT: I don't know why my Quadrant Marks are always lower than other people here, strange...

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They encrypted the ROM somehow.

Will try this

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/ignore

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They encrypted the ROM somehow.

Will try this

They don't want us to messy around the ROM? ;)

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it's to do with the mbn files in the first boot.zip. I don't know what to do with it though, I'm no computer scientist yet.

This kind of MBN file extension is used as a Sony Ericsson mainware file, sounds familiar ;)

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I lied. It's patches for each. I'm betting something like an android equivalent of a .diff file?

I'll look at it.

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I have modified the update script to only install new boot.img + new dhd.ko module. It worked well on my liquid a1 (running custom rogers rom). Should work on any acer based 2.2 roms I think. But I cant guarantee ;) use at own risk.

http://www.multiupload.com/USTX2PFROH

I did not do any performance test before and after, maybe someone else can do that ;) Cant say I see any difference, but I did not expect that.

it's work perfect in T&L 2.2 rom. thanks koudelka

Guys, just had a test on it. :D

There are improvements, but not much you can feel, so I just give out some score to compare ;)

Just a reference. ;)

EDIT: I don't know why my Quadrant Marks are always lower than other people here, strange...

for me 968 score :)

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Can we flash the first file on regular, old Liquids A1?

yes, works on my liquid a1 s100

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I have modified the update script to only install new boot.img + new dhd.ko module. It worked well on my liquid a1 (running custom rogers rom). Should work on any acer based 2.2 roms I think. But I cant guarantee ;) use at own risk.

http://www.multiupload.com/USTX2PFROH

I did not do any performance test before and after, maybe someone else can do that :) Cant say I see any difference, but I did not expect that.

Hi koudelka, could it damage the hardware of a1? That kernel is compiled for LiquidE...

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Hi koudelka, could it damage the hardware of a1? That kernel is compiled for LiquidE...

No the worst that can happen is that you device don't boot but if that happen just launch recovery and flash another rom.

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Anyone use this over LCR yet? Too lazy to reflash in case this bombs my ROM.

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BTW, it works on LiquidMetal Rom 3.0beta

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