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I've just run this benchmark using LogicMod overclocked to 979 MHz (just for testing purposes, I don't usually run it this high) and comparing it to razzmataz's results, mine scored about the same or higher in all categories expect for CPU float-point, where it was a significantly lower 29. Does anybody know what CPU float-point is and why there would be such a difference between the two phones/roms? I'm asking purely out of curiosity. Thanks.


its just because of a lib i never included in logic, atomic has high float point

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I've just run this benchmark using LogicMod overclocked to 979 MHz (just for testing purposes, I don't usually run it this high) and comparing it to razzmataz's results, mine scored about the same or higher in all categories expect for CPU float-point, where it was a significantly lower 29. Does anybody know what CPU float-point is and why there would be such a difference between the two phones/roms? I'm asking purely out of curiosity. Thanks.


A search on Google shows that it is measured in FLOPS (floating point operations per second) which basically means how many instructions per second the CPU can handle. For example, a computer running x86 would have significantly less FLOPS than a computer running on x64. Yet this still doesn't explain why ours are different much..

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The trick is to replace /system/lib/libm.so with another one e.g. from rom that has high score. This will fix float-point score

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has anybody tried this in CM9 ColdFusionX?

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has anybody tried this in CM9 ColdFusionX?



I wouldn't try, these are for gingerbread....ics libraries for ics on armv6 haven't been released yet..

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ok thanks

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I wouldn't try, these are for gingerbread....ics libraries for ics on armv6 haven't been released yet..

yeah and what do you think is already in there? Gingerbread libraries, but these libs are in there already.

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yeah and what do you think is already in there? Gingerbread libraries, but these libs are in there already.



Modified gingerbread libs though...

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To answer an earlier question, these do not work on ics. The phone refuses to boot past the android logo. Luckily I made a backup and managed to restore my skate back to the way it was

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Hi, CECO, i got a problem when installing the patch, i own a Motorola XT615 and i saw on lots of places that it uses a Adreno 200 GPU, so when i saw this, i started installing instantly, i have the normal recovery and i choosed the zip file that i downloaded and it started installing, then a error appears and it says "E:signature verification failed. The update package may be not correct or corrupted!", and that is it, so, my questions are: Do i have to use a certain recovery? Do i have to use bootloader or something? Does my phone actually uses an Adreno 200?.

And that is it, if the install works im going to post the results in two antutus.
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Use clockworkmod recovery. It has option to disable signature verification.
Can't say if it will actually work on your device. Use at your own risk and make a backup first.
This patch is intended for gingerbread only.

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Use clockworkmod recovery. It has option to disable signature verification.
Can't say if it will actually work on your device. Use at your own risk and make a backup first.
This patch is intended for gingerbread only.

I did a backup, i disabled signature verification and it showed another error, i think i will just give up with this.
Good work anyways :)

Edited by bloquer10, 09 February 2013 - 09:43 PM.

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I am using on my Skate, Paranoidjelly Cm10 And it doesn't work. When I start the phone, the android logo appears, then the screen goes black and stays black. I had to restore to the last backup :(

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OMG :)
This patch is almost a year old from times we had only gingerbread roms. You can't apply it on any higher Android version.
And all of the mostly used gingerbread custom roms already have this patch in place, so no need to flash separately.

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How do i do the backup? The only version of clockworkmod recovery i find doesnt have the restore option working, so i cant do a nandroid and as far as i know the android 2.3.7 version is very gingerbread like.


Your best bet is to search for a forum dedicated to your device. We simply can't help with devices that we don't own. Don't expect us to search relevant info for you.

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OMG :)
This patch is almost a year old from times we had only gingerbread roms. You can't apply it on any higher Android version.
And all of the mostly used gingerbread custom roms already have this patch in place, so no need to flash separately.


I didnt understand that has only for gingerbread, I am an idiot x)

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