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davidevinavil

Remove FPS limit

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Loocking into Huawei U8800 X5 section I found this tread http://android.modaco.com/content/huawei-u.../q-fps-limiter/

You can remove the FPS limit by adding:
debug.gr.swapinterval=0
to your build.prop. You never really notice and difference between 45 and 60fps though,
and it won't boost your quadrant score but it will your neocore score I believe.[/codebox]

I've tried it over Dmd_ginger_3.021.01 and seems it working :/

I mean scores into benchmark are improve a lot

Fps2d reach 88 fps

Neocore reach 73 fps

But I don't understand if is better or not on general use like browser and scrolling menu or UI..

Ehm... I've seen that some animation are really bad like power off screen.. It's artefacted :/

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Tried it and checked with FPS2D

Before : 40FPS

After : 88FPS

But scrolling is really not smotth :/ (launcher, menu, power-off anim...)

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Tried it and checked with FPS2D

Before : 40FPS

After : 88FPS

But scrolling is really not smotth :/ (launcher, menu, power-off anim...)

Yes same here..

The only really improve is tecnolover method..

Waiting for source :/

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this method messes up the whole animations, I tried it, but it looked horrible so I haven't published it :)

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Just a (tiny :P) bump. Does anyone know how to slow down the screen off animation? This would be so cool if we could...

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So I guess nobody knows -_-

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