Speed Intensifier vs fakeclockup ???

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by Che Castro, Feb 9, 2011.

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    Speed Intensifier

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKQ7iQvJjmw




    ANYONE TRIED THIS ONE?

    WHICH IS BETTER
     
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    lucifiel

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    It really just looks like it's doing the same thing as fakeclockup...
     
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    yes

    are there any coding experts or whatever that can say which is better :confused:

    or did somebody just renamed the fakecloup



    btw fakeclockup should be in the main page of cydia along with sbsettings


    the creator isnt getting any props

    this is in the top 5 cydia tweaks/app of all time

    made my old iphone 3g feel new again
     
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    gravytrain84

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    For those who have tried both, is there any difference? :confused:

    eta: which repo is this under?
     
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    it looks like it's actually speeding up the processing. that's the impression I get from the video.
     
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    Those apps were probably already open, that video doesn't tell too much imo.

    From these two points in the description tells me that it does not increase processor speed and is probably the same as FakeClockUp.

    o Doesn't drain batteries
    o Maintain same speed throughout applications
     
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    Is there a reason why i cant find either of these in the cydia store???
     
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    Crystal-RX

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    It is free. Here is what you need to do;

    1. Open Cydia
    2. Manage/edit/add source
    repo.insanelyi.com
    3. add Fakeclockup

    Enjoy!
     
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    Thats great it worked. Whats a good animation speed to use
     
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    BurntReality

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    I prefer 1.4X
    It is all up to which one you like best.
     
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    1.4x seems best for me as well.

    Just saw this youtube vid of Speed Intensifier which shows the adjustments and it just goes from 1/4x - 1/3x - 1/2x - 0x - 2x - 3x etc..

    There is no 1.4x or 1.6x or even 2.5x adjustments.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACQxiMqpRjc
     
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    For me, since I use 1.4x, FakeClockUp is better since it has more choices of speed.

    Apart from that they basically do the same job at speeding up the animations.

    But who knows which dev will continue support if upcoming firmwares break their tweaks.

    Its good to have options.
     
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    Then what's with the battery warning that follows the two fastest speeds?
     
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    What does the battery warning say? Do you get it immediately after using the two fastest speeds?

    Also what device are you using?
     
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    Huh? I didn't get this warning. My battery does seem to be dying pretty quick, maybe it is this tweak.
     
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    it isn't. As researched in the Fakeclockup thread the plugin it self is only a tiny mobilesubtrate addon.
     
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    cheers, I didn't think it was this anyway.
     
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    jjk454ss

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    I know this thread is a little old, but I just heard about Speed Intensifier today. I know a lot of people here really like FakeClockUp, and Springtomize even has a speedup option for animations.

    I have been using Springtomize, but I would like more options to speed up certain things while leaving others at normal speed, like the spinning wheel and the wiggling icons.

    I also don't want anything that is a major drain on the battery.

    Speed Intensifier sounds really nice, it sounds like it must do more than the others with different options in Winterboard and Settings.app. Anyone try it lately to compare to the others?
     
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    HiDEF

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    Did you ever come around to installing Speed Intensifier? If so, how is it?
     
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    Intell

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    Speed Intensifier is the exact same as FakeClockup. Just look at the Settings plist that is included with it and you'll find the maker of FakeClockup in there and other FakeClockup references.
     
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    jjk454ss

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    I did not try it, but I have read several places that it does more than FakeClockUp. FakeClockUp is just that, fake. This is supposed to actually speed up your device. But I'm skeptical that they are the same also, thats why I never tried it. I'm happy with FakeClockUp.
     

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