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JB library upgrade for CM9

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just tried the updated adreno GPU libraries

antutu scores...

before: 4141

after: 4259

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OK, I just tried it and it seems quite smooth, no stutter in the launcher even with a LWP. Antutu scores also look promising:

Before library update: 3668

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After library update: 3727

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(No overclocking)

While the Antutu scores don't have a big difference, there is definitely a speed enhancement. The keyboard works better, scrolling is smooth, everything is nice :D

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I did not bother with antutu, but there does seem to be a small but distinct improvement in smoothness with this added on to R5 cm9

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there does seem to be a small but distinct improvement

I like the sound of that ;)

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With this libs on B952 ww, I have lower results on antutu, lower scores for 200... :(

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With this libs on B952 ww, I have lower results on antutu, lower scores for 200... :(

B952 is not CM9. Read the title...

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Tried on CM10, no discernible difference at all.

Haha, are you serious? Its a JELLYBEAN library update, so installing it on a jellybean ROM will have no difference :lol:

You basically replacing JB files with the exact same JB files :P

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I tried on CM10 too and got better Antutu scores and UI seems more fluid. Are you certain Daz's CM10 libs are the same as these?

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I tried on CM10 too and got better Antutu scores and UI seems more fluid. Are you certain Daz's CM10 libs are the same as these?

They probably are very similar/the same

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CM9 uses the EGL taken from stock

CM10 uses the 4.1 EGL early sample distributed by Qualcomm on qDevNet

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cheers daz, any thoughts about whether these libs are worth using with cm10?

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Dunno, we have no visibility in to these things other than a timestamp if you're lucky.

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B952 is not CM9. Read the title...

I know this is for CM9, I know to read ( :D ), but for other people this libs works good on stock B952 ww.... :)

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B952 is not CM9. Read the title...

I know to read ( :D )

CM9 uses the EGL taken from stock

but for other people this libs works good on stock B952 ww.... :)

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I know this is for CM9, I know to read ( :D ), but for other people this libs works good on stock B952 ww.... :)

and who are these *other people*, and does it actually make any difference on b952?..
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and who are these *other people*, and does it actually make any difference on b952?..

Look out, its Perry Mason!

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I've installed on b952 stock+ and it adds about 200 to antutu score and about 100 to quadrant.

Yea really. !

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Hmm, so maybe it does work with most roms. Maybe it could be included in ICS roms as default.

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Look out, its Perry Mason!

you may have just dated yourself :-) Edited by Colossae3.23
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you may have just dated yourself :-)

:-)

and maybe it was a bluff... and maybe it was a double bluff...

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