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best way to increase speed of any rom on liquid A1 ?

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what is the best solution to keep more ram free on acer liquid A1 since it gets slower and laggy when installed with miui or other ?

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There are V6supercharger, autokiller memory optimization, ram manager, but for my opinion these not very useful. Anyone has tried the app Pimp My Rom? There are many many options and maybe could be useful!!

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There are V6supercharger, autokiller memory optimization, ram manager, but for my opinion these not very useful. Anyone has tried the app Pimp My Rom? There are many many options and maybe could be useful!!

"Pimp My Rom" sounds good...I'll try it!

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I am using miui Final (youpi666) and it consumes a lot of ram.. can anybody help me with the config for speeding it up ?

thank u!

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try creating a swap file with swapper (from market)

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Hi all! I'm not currently in development, but this may be very useful for any roms http://forum.xda-dev...87032&nocache=0 Can anyone try it?

Flash on my CM7.2, but it cause more lagging than ever... Luckily the developer make the LOAD/UNLOAD process very easy... if you don't like it just disable or uninstall it.

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I've tried on cm9 and maybe it's a few better, but the battery drain is very high if the mod is on.

A famous CM developer said on google+ that this mod just keeps the cpu busy

you can get the same effect if you increase the minimum frequency of the cpu from performance settings

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