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Tweaks´n Scripts Collection For Android
September is always a great month in terms of new announcements with the upcoming devices. In the meantime, XDA member knzo collected many tweaks and script mods for our Android devices and placed them into a single thread for easy access.
With this collection, you will be able to edit your GPS.conf, build.prop, init.d, and you´ll find a bunch of guidelines and tweaks as well. The original poster mentions that some values might fluctuate from device to device, but he found these to be pretty consistent.
Of course, you will need to have root access and be careful with what you are doing as you may end with a beautiful and expensive brick. Please leave your feedback on how all these are working or if you want to share your own tweaks.
Originally posted by knzo
[TWEAKS][SCRIPTS] Collection of ‘em all – build.prop; init.d; etc.
On my ROMs adventure I’ve been collecting some tweaks and scripts and seems to me it’s now time to share it. While some values in terms of optimization might fluctuate from device to device, I’ve found these pretty consistent throughout many.
(edit your /system/build.prop with a file manager with root access)
Careful for already existing settings. In this case, just change the values.
Continue on to the tweaks’ original thread.
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