Former Writer · Oct 21, 2012 at 04:00 am

Supremacy Script Brings Many Tweaks to One Spot

Finding a good set of tweak can sometimes be difficult. While there are popular choices available, some users would prefer to have many such tweaks in a single package. This is exactly what Supremacy Script by XDA Senior Member emwno hopes to accomplish.

It was initially released for the Sony Xperia Arc. However, the script should be compatible with most devices. A few of the features include:

Features:
-Better ram allocation
-More free ram (clearing cache)
-Faster GUI
-UI processed by GPU
-Loopy smoothness tweak
-Apps zipaligned at every boot
-Faster Networking
-SQlite database optimizations
-Lag fixer
-Smoother LWP animation
-Adrenaline boost
-more i don’t remember
Supported:
-All devices with init.d support
-All GB ROMs
-All ICS ROMs
-All JB ROMs

While there is still a lot of testing to be done, the results thus far are promising according to those who have tried. The script has been shown to work on pretty much every phone tested so far and on every Android OS from Gingerbread on up sans Honeycomb. If you’re looking for a quick, recovery-flashable tweaking script, this one may be one for you.

To learn more, check out the original thread.


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