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    Supercharger v6

    What is the chance someone could post a dumbed down instructions to install v6, or a link to detailed instructions. You know, for us noobs that like fast phones also. I have flashed many roms on my Ascend 1 & 2, but trying to follow directions that I have found is a little confusing to me. Any help would be appreciated, thank you.

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    Oh, btw, I'm now using a Mercury running Revokster thanks to Oriax123

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    Use script manager to run the script (by default, saved as a PDF file). You need to run as root, and when you first run script manager, it asks if you want to browse as root (or something like that), say yes to that. If you miss it the first time around, you can always go into settings and find it.

    I had busybox installed, but it didn't work with the one I installed from the market. After installing the flashable one from the author's website (I forget who wrote Supercharger V6, still working on my first cup of coffee), I had no troubles.

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    the different options (where it ask you to pick 1-20 is just that options this part confused me a little bit . But if you break it down in sections its based on memory . i think the first set of options are for 256 mb 1 was like slow 2 was like medium 3 was like turbo .. (please try to follow along those arent the exact verbiage So with mercury (i hope i did it right lol ( look under 512 ) there a slow medium fast option . I did medium and fast Picking one at a time . That created the script ! then I incorparated that as a widget . Hope this helps a little bit ???

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    Thank you very much. I also saw others saying Busy Box from market didn't work, I'm still kinda searching for the flashable version. Thank you again, I'm working up the nerve to give this a try. I really don't want to brick this phone.

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    How to run the V6 Supercharger Script on Android Phones - YouTube


    this is a video I didnt watch it yet but seems to be made to help "US"


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    @catman, yes that does help. The more info that I can get, the more comfortable I'll be during install. It really helps to now if I run into trouble there are people here to help. Thank you very much

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkakemon View Post
    @catman, yes that does help. The more info that I can get, the more comfortable I'll be during install. It really helps to now if I run into trouble there are people here to help. Thank you very much

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    Oh, I had the 6800 and 6900, very nice phones, thats what got me starting to learn about flashing and what not. And I most certainly wil become a supporting member. Thank you again, I am also proud to say that I am part of this group.

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    Did the install this morning, super easy. Just pull the CWM flashable version of Busybox and the V6 version marked Update8 and drop them on your sd card. Boot to recovery and flash Busybox just like you did for a ROM. Reboot then grab Script Manager from GPlay. On startup tell smanager to Browse as Root, find the V6 script from your list and tap it. When the menu comes up tap the Superuser symbol then Run. Follow the prompts and you are good to go. I used setting 8 and it works great. Setting 9 kept killing my WiFi.

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    Yea, I tried it last night, very simple, just follow the directions. Not sure what I was afraid of, lol. I still can't figure out how to make a widget for v6 to test it though. Any ideas, or am I just not following directions, duh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkakemon View Post
    Yea, I tried it last night, very simple, just follow the directions. Not sure what I was afraid of, lol. I still can't figure out how to make a widget for v6 to test it though. Any ideas, or am I just not following directions, duh.
    Just long press your screen and select smanager for your widget. It will prompt you to select the script. There is a way to make the changes persistent on boot, but I am still trying to figure that out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dsanders77 View Post
    Just long press your screen and select smanager for your widget. It will prompt you to select the script. There is a way to make the changes persistent on boot, but I am still trying to figure that out

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    Ahh, got the widget set, found it, thank you.

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    I applied this script and yeah, it makes a difference on my Merc... YMMV

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoWilJr View Post
    I applied this script and yeah, it makes a difference on my Merc... YMMV

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    What setting did you go with?

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