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[MOD]SuperchargerScript[BOOST UP YOUR BLADE]

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I tried both ways. Yes to everything. And following the 'defaults' (assuming the defaults are the any key answers). In both cases my rom was trashed. Dunno what I'm doing wrong lol.

I've installed it on Burstlams mixed rom before, i believe i was using version 6.6.2 or something like that back then and the V9-RC8.2 version of the script, it worked fine back then.

I'd look at the changelog since then to figure out why it doesn't work out now but since AOKP already has the settings in the rom i don't see a point in using the script with Burstlams rom. (for other roms you can just use Burstlams init script to tweak minfree settings anyway so...)

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I recommend 5th option: 512hp, UnLedded for Blade, two others under 512hp settings are quite aggressive for me

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I've installed it on Burstlams mixed rom before, i believe i was using version 6.6.2 or something like that back then and the V9-RC8.2 version of the script, it worked fine back then.

I'd look at the changelog since then to figure out why it doesn't work out now but since AOKP already has the settings in the rom i don't see a point in using the script with Burstlams rom. (for other roms you can just use Burstlams init script to tweak minfree settings anyway so...)

It does quite a lot more than just tweak the memory settings. Though at least one of them breaks things. :D I'm not that concerned to be honest - just curious. I'm just warning others to backup. :) For myself, I'm happy enough with GB whose memory management is fine. I just like to play with ICS. :D

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Guys this script increases performance in my cyanscape rom.It increases the scrolling speed in the rom

I used aggressive 1 and mega ram options.

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It does quite a lot more than just tweak the memory settings. Though at least one of them breaks things. :D I'm not that concerned to be honest - just curious. I'm just warning others to backup. :) For myself, I'm happy enough with GB whose memory management is fine. I just like to play with ICS. :D

Since i'm running KonstaKANG's rom i'll try it there and see if it actually helps anything.

Oh yeah, i'll be doing a backup first. ;)

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In the Rootbox CM10.1 thread ppl have been talking about the supercharger v6 script, so I thought it might be a good idea to kick this thread to exchange experiences with various settings.

I actually followed the videos and do whatever the geek in the video did.

Part 1:

Part2:

I've loaded the script on my Slim 4.1.2 and it feels indead a bit faster. Still need to experiment and learn.

Any suggestions for optimal settings for our Blade?

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Are you guys.... going back to data/99supercharger..sh.... and run.... before rebooting. ... otherwise you're doing nothing

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Are you guys.... going back to data/99supercharger..sh.... and run.... before rebooting. ... otherwise you're doing nothing

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Are you guys.... going back to data/99supercharger..sh.... and run.... before rebooting. ... otherwise you're doing nothing

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Are you guys.... going back to data/99supercharger..sh.... and run.... before rebooting. ... otherwise you're doing nothing

I'm not sure I understand your question correctly, but you don't need to run 99supercharger.sh by yourself. It is automatically run at boot from /system/etc/init.d

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I'm not sure I understand your question correctly, but you don't need to run 99supercharger.sh by yourself. It is automatically run at boot from /system/etc/init.d

It's the only way to be sure it's running.... moreover... no harm is done....

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sorry my stupid question:

but this script working well on a zte blade (256 mb ram) and micro7 rom?

tnx

db

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