Test Your Filesystem With TAP Benchmark
For Galaxy S device owners, you’ll be aware that there are a variety of lagfixes available, but how do you compare between them all? XDA forum member peacemanibk has written an application to help.
The Benchmark app aims to give you better numbers for comparing different filesystems used in various lagfixes. It should also work for different phones, in order to compare performance between them.
Currently in beta, the Benchmark app needs to be run at least two times to make sure the numbers are consistent since a first test after a fresh installation can sometimes give false indications.
For more information, including to download the apk, visit the application thread.
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