Friday, June 26, 2009

Menu “slowdown” in original firmware after installation of Dualboot? You decide.

Here is a video of the “slowdown” I experienced after installing Dingux Dualboot:

There does appear to be a slight slowdown but it just add a touch of sluggishness, as you can see.  It doesn’t seem worth worrying about as the menu is still perfectly usable.

5 comments :

  1. Mine is far more sluggish than that. Maybe it has something to do with the type of ram chips in it. Not that I would know, just speculating.

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  2. It doesnt really matter, does it...

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  3. Plugged into external power it is no longer sluggish and screen tearing is also still fixed. Very strange.

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  4. I've noticed a slowdown with my dingoo whenever I use the mini sd and have a lot of files on it. I wonder if this has to do with the mini sd access. I dont even have dingux on my unit yet. I'm using an Adata 8gb micro class 6 with micro to mini adapter, and version 1.3 on the dingoo. It also will freeze when I fill it up with mp3's and try to use the all playing and generate a playlist. If I bring the mp3's down to less than 1300 it seems to work fine. Is this a known issue with the mp3 player.

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  5. anonymous#4: Good notice. The number of small files might explain why some users suffer more then others.
    Anyway, boobo is already about to fix dual-boot so the original firmware will be untouched. He also provided example-code someone might want to use to make a software that can change the lcd-frequency inside the original firmware, so everybody would be happy ;).

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