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New (very fast) lag fix using internal memory and playlogo1 hack


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Can someone plz tel me if this fix can be removerd? The question has a beard but an answer is not been given?

Used this fix on stock firmware...

Thanx,

JP

I tried to review the userinit.sh and come up with the following script, tested it with my friend's phone and seems it's working fine. Please noted that it is not complicate if you have basic linux background but if you have no idea what the script is going to do, you should do a full backup first.

#You need to use adb shell again

adb shell

su

# if you have followed the instruction fully, there should be a backup directory: /data/olddata and /data/old-dalvik-cache

rm -r /data/olddata/*

cp -rp /data/data/* /data/olddata

rm -r /data/old-dalvik-cache/*

cp -rp /data/dalvik-cache/* /data/old-dalvik-cache

rm /system/bin/playlogos1

mv /system/bin/playlogosnow /system/bin/playlogos1

rm /system/bin/userinit.sh

# now we will exit the su and adb shell

exit

exit

# reboot the phone

adb reboot

# after reboot, copy back the old data

rm -rf /data/data

rm -rf /data/dalvik-cache

mv /data/olddata /data/data

mv /data/old-dalvik-cache /data/dalvik-cache

#you phone is now unlagfixed after the phone rebooted, let it run for one day or two to make sure it's ok.

#now you can remove the 1.xGb dataimg

rm -rf /data/dataimg

# all done

Edited by tommy1971
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An easier way I did it though I'm uncertain if it actually works.

I copied the playlogos1 and userinit.sh files from the root folder back into the system folder using root explorer.

I then factory reset and wiped cache via recovery.

Seems to have done the trick. I installed voodoo fix after this and that ran fine!

Hope that helps.

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  • 2 weeks later...
indeed, there's simply no need to lagfix a jpk flashed device, it's extremely stable as it is!

Hi, thanks for your answer

I applied ryanza lagfix thought

I felt the device noticeably smoother

Might be a placebo effect but. ..

Keeping it that way for now :-)

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  • 3 weeks later...
indeed, there's simply no need to lagfix a jpk flashed device, it's extremely stable as it is!

The new froyo builds are indeed smooth and stable.

Untill you install a lot of applications :s

I've got 5 pages of apps ATM and swiping through the pages is laggy as hell :)

I'm just waiting for the froyo voodoo lag fix :)

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The new froyo builds are indeed smooth and stable.

Untill you install a lot of applications :s

I've got 5 pages of apps ATM and swiping through the pages is laggy as hell :)

I'm just waiting for the froyo voodoo lag fix :)

100% agreed

lagFiX is still mandatory

even on latest jpm

:-(

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dude, I just got this lagfix (and all that code right on the first try if i may add : ) ) my quadrant score was 2411. man that is crazy. now I feel so much better about trading my N1 for this Vibrant.

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dude, I just got this lagfix (and all that code right on the first try if i may add : ) ) my quadrant score was 2411. man that is crazy. now I feel so much better about trading my N1 for this Vibrant.

Nice of you to let us know you found a lagfix that got you a high score.... Care to share which one you used and what firmware you are on? :P

Pretty happy with sztupy’s 0.3 kernel here using a combo of jfs and ext4.

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