So, you’ve got your new webOS-powered smartphone set up with the latest fixes from my Coming (Back) to webOS Guide, Part 1 and you’re ready to get started? Great!
You may have noticed that webOS can be a bit slow at times but don’t worry, the community has got your back and has released a slew of patches and tips designed to speed your device right up!
This guide will walk you through the steps necessary to tune and optimize your device including detailing the patches necessary to make sure that you have the best webOS experience possible.
Continue reading Guide: Coming (Back) to webOS in 2014, Part 2
On the twelfth day of webOS-mas,
My true love gave to me,
Eleven Preware patches,
Ten Tweaks enabled,
Nine OS doctors,
Eight Macaws tweeting,
Seven Spiders Feeding,
Six T’s to reset,
Four WiFi Shares,
Three Touchstone Chargers,
Two printing methods,
And webOS quick install.
Your webOS device runs on the GNU/Linux operating system. The heart of the system, it’s engine, is called the kernel. WebOS Internals offers you the Uberkernel. Unlike the stock kernel, it can sense the temperature of the computer chip running your device. The kernel has another feature: It can change the speed at which the chip is run. In practice, this delivers the following benefits: Better performance & better battery life. How can it do both these things? When you are busy using your phone, the kernel allows the chip to run faster than normal, slowing down only when the chip reaches a set temperature. When not in use or when the battery is low, the speed is slowed down to save power. To control and monitor these functions, you also need to install the Govnah app from Preware. Here are the instructions if you want to try UberKernel.
So, that’s 12 gifts from the webOS & it’s enthusiasts. What 12 things would be on your list? The comment box is below. Have a great 2014!