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I/0 scheduler

  1. rishibb
    Gingerbread Dec 7, 2014

    rishibb , Dec 7, 2014 :
    What I/o scheduler is best to use to get best battery and performance??
    I/O scheduler option is in performance menu...
     

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  2. sandeeppathak007
    Ice Cream Sandwich Dec 7, 2014


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  3. rishibb
    Gingerbread Dec 8, 2014

    rishibb , Dec 8, 2014 :
    What is the difference among them? Y so many options? I'm a new to this...
     

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  4. abhimuktheeswarar
    Honeycomb Dec 8, 2014

    abhimuktheeswarar , Dec 8, 2014 :
    where u got that menu option ?
    did u rooted ur phone ?
     

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  5. rishibb
    Gingerbread Dec 9, 2014

    rishibb , Dec 9, 2014 :

    No go to settings , scroll way down till the end and click on performance .... Its just above about phone!
    No I did not root my phone.
     

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  6. aniruddhavispute
    Froyo Dec 9, 2014

    aniruddhavispute , Dec 9, 2014 :
    I dont know much about it.. But I've heard that row is best for both performance and battery..
     

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  7. rishibb
    Gingerbread Dec 10, 2014

    rishibb , Dec 10, 2014 :
    Any link where u saw this?
     

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  8. aniruddhavispute
    Froyo Dec 13, 2014

    aniruddhavispute , Dec 13, 2014 :
    Nope.. Bcoz I was searching for it when I had my old phone... Galaxy s3.. That time.. I saw post.. There.. It was written that row is a good scheduler for both battery and performance... And I would give you a advice.. Go to quick panel settings and add performance profiles tiles.. And there you'll find that for both balanced profile and power saving profile.. It chooses row scheduler.. And for performance profile, it chooses noop scheduler. I have never heard abt noop but I'm gonna do research abt it..
     

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  9. Vicky_cbe
    KitKat Dec 13, 2014

    Vicky_cbe , Dec 13, 2014 :
    processor and i/o are different !!!

    if u wan performance then use row... row is best always

    noops is better for battery
    cfq and sio are battery friendly !!

    for best use row itself.... or u can try noop...

    for more info search good abt the i/o :)
     

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  10. rishibb
    Gingerbread Dec 14, 2014


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