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Just wondering did you figure out a way to unbrick the 1 you bricked?got 2 fails and 1 invalid argument and when i rebooted it hungon the white samsung logo, no vibration or nothing LOL, glad I still got my optimus fuel which runs like a charm.Never owned a brick before, think I'll drilla hole in it and use as a trotline weight, I did something wrong and I like to learn from my mistakes.Thanks daddy366 you doing great keep on keeping on
After a little online research i found out how to change the default swap priority. The default is 60. To change it to whatever number you want between 1 and 100 with 100 being the most frequent swaps. Go into root file manager, give root permissions, then go into root folder then into /etc folder, create a file named sysctl.conf then go and edit the file and type in vm.swappiness= and then whatever number you want between 1 and 100. Then save it. To make sure you did it right, go into terminal emulator, type su then type sysctl -p then enter, it should say vm.swappiness and whatever number you picked for the default swappiness. Hope this info is helping my fellow centura owners out there. Im still trying to find a solution of why a swapfile on the internal memory of the phone will read as the correct size when typing free into terminal emulator to see how much swap is available, but a swapfile that is being read from the external sd card is being read as being just a little bit less for some reason. I will do some more research and let you all know.
its great to see someone interested in the centura as much as you are........i might even try for a new rom........dont hold me to it theres not much more than can be done with it........maybe a higher kernel to see if i can melt my phone.............
Hey Lael, thanks for the heads up, i will check out 3c toolbox. I still havent found a solution of why a swapfile on the internal storage is read as the correct amount of mb and why a swapfile read from my external sd card is being read as slightly less than the true size of the swapfile, any help on this would be awesome.
This question is for daddy, which folders can i copy and paste from your swap kernel into say your 1.3 oc or 1.4 oc kernels to make them swap support kernels?