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[ALL] [MOD/Other] Disable/Enable *SWAP *zRam *Fstrim

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can I enable / create swap on lewa os v5?

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can I enable / create swap on lewa os v5?

Only if the kernel supports swap ;)

Greetings

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Is it possible install that script without a modified recovery like clockwork or TWRP?

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can I enable / create swap on lewa os v5?

If you want be sure, install from Play Store MemoryInfo-SwapCheck by Rohesoft International. It's free and will test your kernel if support swap.

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Is it possible install that script without a modified recovery like clockwork or TWRP?

Open the archive and copy 77fstrim to the /system/etc/init.d/ directory. Make sure the file has -rwxrwxrwx permissions. Reboot. You should see a trim.log file in /data.

EDIT: This assumes your Android installation has init.d support enabled. Stock roms usually don't have that but there are root-requiring apps and scripts enabling that (you don't have to flash a kernel).

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Open the archive and copy 77fstrim to the /system/etc/init.d/ directory. Make sure the file has -rwxrwxrwx permissions. Reboot. You should see a trim.log file in /data.

EDIT: This assumes your Android installation has init.d support enabled. Stock roms usually don't have that but there are root-requiring apps and scripts enabling that (you don't have to flash a kernel).

-rwxrwxrwx permissions? Sorry?

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File permissions. The file should have Read/Write/Execute permissions for all users. A root filemanager like ES can set them or you can input

su
chmod 777 /system/etc/init.d/77fstrim
in a terminal emulator. su so the terminal gains superuser permissions and the chmod command sets the necessary permisssions on the target file. Edited by ferongr
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File permissions. The file should have Read/Write/Execute permissions for all users. A root filemanager like ES can set them or you can input

su
chmod 777 /system/etc/init.d/77fstrim
in a terminal emulator. su so the terminal gains superuser permissions and the chmod command sets the necessary permisssions on the target file.

 

very thanks

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can you create a swap on cache script with 150mb? i tried to edit the 128one but after that the script dosent work :S

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can you create a swap on cache script with 150mb? i tried to edit the 128one but after that the script dosent work :S

What's the error? Invalid Argument?

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can you create a swap on cache script with 150mb? i tried to edit the 128one but after that the script dosent work :S

 

05-Swaponboot v2.1 [Cache 150mb].zip

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yeah now is working thx ;). i write in the script 150000 thats why it didnt work

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How about 4 swap files in parallel?

 

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No se que quieres demostrar pero es bastante obvio que has editado la imagen del resultado de AnTuTu Benchmark... 

 

4yna6e4a.jpg

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No se que quieres demostrar pero es bastante obvio que has editado la imagen del resultado de AnTuTu Benchmark... 

 

4yna6e4a.jpg

it isnt edited. is the new look of the score after latest update of antutu

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No se que quieres demostrar pero es bastante obvio que has editado la imagen del resultado de AnTuTu Benchmark... 

 

4yna6e4a.jpg

 

What I want to show is that of 7200 initial points up a few points with this script. And the picture is not edited.

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it isnt edited. is the new look of the score after latest update of antutu

 

What I want to show is that of 7200 initial points up a few points with this script. And the picture is not edited.

 
New design??
 

Oops! 

 

Sorry  :blush: I didn't know

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When swap partition get full. It lags like hell :( Nothing i can do to clear it?

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When swap partition get full. It lags like hell :( Nothing i can do to clear it?

reboot.

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reboot.

I know that. But nothing without a reboot?
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Hi

Is possible to disable ZRAM without create a SWAP file ?

Benefits?

Thanks

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  • Disable zRAM

Download this file and install it by recovery.

 
or
Download this file and put it in /etc/init.d folder, then set the right permissions after this, restarts to apply changes.
 
 
  • Disable zRAM Disabler

Disable zRAM Disabler.zip

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what is that O-o which one disable zram finnaly disable zram disable or 09dis-zram

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Please, read closely!!! If you dont know language use Google translate. One disable zRAM, other one enable it.

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