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Speed patch for n900

 
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PostPosted: Monday, 15.Aug.2011 00:00    Post subject: Speed patch for n900   Reply with quote   

Karam from TMO has been doing some great things for our n900's.



he has been working on some packages that help our n900's move along like black Farrari's and gave them better gas mileage while he was at it (a seperate thread)



here is the information and process for installing the speed patch. there is a deb file he is working one to make it easier, but it is not including everything as of yet, so, as i have been working on this and testing it for a couple weeks with this configuration can pretty much assure the success doing it this way.



you will need to be sure that you have rootsh installed. you can get the basic instructions from Top 12, and then these instructions will need to be done using Xterm.






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You need To have bash installed
NOTE : IF YOU WANT BASH3 OR 4 YOU CAN INSTALL THEM





xterm

sudo gainroot

apt-get install bash







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1-)Download speedpatch.tar.gz from attachments or from HERE

and save it in /home/user/MyDocs
NOTE : MyDocs is Not Documents
it is the default root folder of N900
like : Nokia N900/

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2-)Download speedpatch-install.sh.txt From attacments or from HERE

and save it in /home/user/MyDocs
NOTE : MyDocs is Not Documents
it is the default root folder of N900
like : Nokia N900/
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3-)Open xterminal and write:

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sudo gainroot
apt-get install bash
cd /home/user/MyDocs
bash speedpatch-install.sh.txt

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Then REBOOT when finished everything

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PS : Ignore Any Errors appear about device resource busy or any others






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HOW TO UNINSTALL
To remove the patch:
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1-)Download speedpatch-uninstall.sh.txt from attachments or from HERE

and save it in /home/user/MyDocs
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2-)Open xterminal and write:

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sudo gainroot
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cd /home/user/MyDocs
bash speedpatch-uninstall.sh.txt

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Then Reboot
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OPTIONAL
And For transitions file (OPTIONAL)
it is recommended to use good transitions.ini although it is optional to use (transitions.ini is extracted from speedpatch.tar.gz)

if you are using the stock themes
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sudo gainroot
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cp /usr/share/hildon-desktop/transitions.ini /usr/share/hildon-desktop/transitions.ini.bak
cp /home/user/MyDocs/transitions.ini /usr/share/hildon-desktop/
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if not then replace /usr/share/hildon-desktop with the path of your theme so in my case (using the blue sky theme)
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sudo gainroot
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cp /usr/share/themes/Blue-sky/transitions.ini /usr/share/themes/Blue-sky/tranistions.ini.bak
cp /home/user/MyDocs/transitions.ini /usr/share/themes/Blue-sky/
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And if you ae using theme-customizer

sudo gainroot
cp /opt/theme-customizer/transitions.ini /opt/theme-customizer/transitions.ini.bak
cp /home/user/MyDocs/transitions.ini /opt/theme-customizer/

(so they are applied once changing theme using theme-customizer)

DONE

If you want to restore the original transitions.ini
ex :
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sudo gainroot
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cp /usr/share/themes/Blue-sky/transitions.ini.bak /usr/share/themes/Blue-sky/tranistions.ini
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NOTE: the transition.ini file has [thp tweaks] section in the end of it
Also parallax and zoom_on_press under [home] section
So you can use it with CSSU

You may not feel all the changes with transitions until reboot
So a reboot is recommended

otherwise if you don't want to use it then
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rm /home/user/MyDocs/transitions.ini
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Enjoy

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PostPosted: Monday, 12.Sep.2011 16:31    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

ceroberts75,
Hi friend,
I hav n900 but alot videos from zaiqa.tv and vidpk.com don't play on it...........you tube videos run well.I had installed iced tea on n900 but how to download codec player in n900 inorder to watch online videos smoothly.......pls. help.................
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PostPosted: Monday, 12.Sep.2011 17:49    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

not sure that you will be able to.

michal would probably have a better idea then i would for that.

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