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Speedy Go! S60 User Guide

Product referenced: Speedy Go! S60 1.60
Document version:  1.60
See also: FAQ, Product page, Related products


Purpose
Speedy Go! increases phone performance by display acceleration and overall speed boost. The acceleration that can be achieved depends on the current device, and typically amounts to about 10 to 70 percent.

Compatibility
Speedy Go! can be installed and executed on all smartphones running on Symbian 9.x, with Series 60 (S60) 3rd or 5th edition. Compatible handsets are manufactured by Nokia, Samsung, LG and Sony Ericsson.

Installation
The distribution package can be installed directly by using the PC install program, or after uploading the .sis file to the phone. Refer to your phone's User Guide for details on installing. If you encounter a Certificate error when installing the product, then please enable the installation of unsigned .sis files in Application Manager (in Options/Settings set Software installation to All, and Online certification check to Off).

Main view
The Main view displays status and speed data as listed below. Speed and memory values reflect the last performed speed test.

  • Acceleration - The current state of phone acceleration (on or off).
  • Server - Status of the accelerator server module (running or inactive).
  • Memory - Amount of memory occupied by the accelerator module when it is running.
  • Phone speed - The overall speed index of the phone, obtained during speed test, without acceleration. The speed index is derived from the time necessary to complete the standardized test. The measured speed can be used to compare different phone models. A higher value means a faster phone.
  • Speedy speed - Speed index measured in the presence of acceleration by Speedy Go!. A higher value means stronger acceleration. The possible acceleration depends on the phone model, and various conditions.

  • Speedy Go! on S60 3rd edition

    Speedy Go! on S60 5th edition



    Acceleration
    The acceleration by Speedy Go! can be turned on and off using the respective menu or toolbar command. When acceleration is on, the Main view displays a background image.

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    Acceleration is provided by a separate server module, therefore the main Speedy Go! application can be exited after configuration or testing.

    Upon restarting the phone, Speedy Go! needs to be invoked to start up the accelerator module.



    Speed test
    The Speed test facility serves to estimate phone speed and the extent of speed boost that can be achieved. Start the test by issuing the respective menu or toolbar command.

    The test takes about one minute, during which time other uses of the phone may be hindered. During the test various built-in applications are launched and the display flickers. Speed is measured both in the absence and presence of acceleration.

    It is not necessary to repeat the test in the presence and absence of acceleration. The test itself turns acceleration on and off, and restores the manual setting in the end.

    Upon completion of the test the overall phone speed is presented by the Phone speed value. The Speedy speed value shows the speed achieved by acceleration. The speed values shown are estimations that may vary under various conditions. The actual acceleration during normal operation of the phone may differ from the values obtained by speed testing.

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    System information
    System information is displayed upon issuing the respective menu command.

    The listed information includes phone model and firmware version, furthermore several characteristics for the processor (CPU) included with the phone. Clock rates refer to processor speed, given in MegaHertz.

    System information

    For clock rates, nominal represents the CPU speed given in the official device specifications, while reported refers to the speed returned at run-time by an operating system function. The two values may differ on some phones, in which case the nominal value is likely to be correct.

    To return to the Main view, press the Back button.



    We at CellPhoneSoft hope you enjoy using Speedy Go!, and find it useful in making your smartphone a more pleasant experience. Thank you for using our product!