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    Default Post your Quadrant result Screenshot Here

    Post your Quadrant benchmark results here.

    Quadrant is a benchmarking tool that rates and scores your device on a number of categories.
    Can be downloaded from the market
    When posting can you please mention:
    ~Device name
    ~If your using a stock or custom ROM
    ~Any lagfixes
    ~Custom tweaks or mods.

    TIP: GALAXY S
    to easily take a screenie hold the back key then press the home button

    And if possible please post your NeoCore shot too
    QR CODE

    Scan with "Barcode Scanner" from market.

    MY SCORE:2000+(20/11/10)

    Todays score
    ~ docs new v8 jp5 rom
    ~ one click lag fix
    ~hardcore kernal
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    Default Re: Post your Quadrant result Screenshot here:

    Galaxy S froyo JPA/JPP
    - no custom rom
    - no lag fix
    - no tweaks/mod

    998!

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    Default Re: Post your Quadrant result Screenshot here:

    Will Post screenshot

    Docs V'7.6.2 JPO
    Universal lagfix(kernel, cwm)
    No extra tweaks.

    1600{ a score ill never get again, ill try!)

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    Default Re: Post your Quadrant result Screenshot here:

    Quadrant has already been posted in the Apps section: http://forum.dailymobile.net/index.php?topic=28184.0

    I'll try to post later a screenshot if I have time, but for now here are my results.

    HTC Desire
    Stock ROM v2.2 Froyo
    Score - 1300

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    Default Re: Post your Quadrant result Screenshot here:

    HTC Desire HD
    Stock ROM v. 2.2 Froyo
    Score: 1894

    the phone is 100% stock.

    im looking forward to see the Evo ressults, and compare it to my score!

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    Default Re: Post your Quadrant result Screenshot here:

    what does it do?

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    Default Re: Post your Quadrant result Screenshot here:

    So. Now I Here is my Quadrant Score. Look at this image =)



    Device: Samsung GT i9000 Galaxy S
    FW: Android 2.2 Froyo
    Room: Not
    LagFix: RyanZA's OCLF 2.0 from Android Market for FREE!
    Root: Absolutely yes =)

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    Default Re: Post your Quadrant result Screenshot here:

    Quote Originally Posted by TommyHecker
    So. Now I Here is my Quadrant Score. Look at this image =)


    Device: Samsung GT i9000 Galaxy S
    FW: Android 2.2 Froyo
    Room: Not
    LagFix: RyanZA's OCLF 2.0 from Android Market for FREE!
    Root: Absolutely yes =)
    what is a lagfix? im not a compleet retard, i can read the words, but more in detail, what does it do :P

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    Default Re: Post your Quadrant result Screenshot here:

    Quote Originally Posted by sponsen
    what is a lagfix? im not a compleet retard, i can read the words, but more in detail, what does it do :P
    Makes the device access the memories faster, more or less.

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    Default Re: Post your Quadrant result Screenshot here:

    Creates a VIRTUAL EXT2 filesystem inside the stock RFS filesystem on the internal SD card, with a 4KB block size. This means that this lag fix creates a buffer between the real filesystem and the android system. This buffer should reduce the amount of disk I/O required for all operations by utilizing EXT2 buffering, as well as not writing file access times to disk, etc. =)


 
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