1. rohan joshi1's Avatar
    my smn910c shows 39000 benchmark. Even after i factory reset my phone still d same thing. But actually the results should be in the range of 48000. Could anyone help me with this. Thanks in advance.
    05-02-2015 03:58 AM
  2. Lukas Wilk's Avatar
    reboot it, and let it settle for a few minutes. I get about 51000.
    05-02-2015 04:14 PM
  3. rohan joshi1's Avatar
    I hv done this many times but no change.
    05-09-2015 03:42 AM
  4. sparksd's Avatar
    Have you tried clearing the cache partition?
    05-09-2015 07:45 AM
  5. Trees's Avatar
    What benchmark program is being used?
    05-09-2015 08:51 AM
  6. Rohan Joshi2's Avatar
    Yes cleared cache nd i use antutu. Tried all possible stuff bt still doesn't go more thn 40000.
    05-26-2015 06:06 AM
  7. Trees's Avatar
    Test 1. Powered up phone, installed AnTuTu 5.7.1 and ran the Test. Test crashed upon trying to report results on the screen. Restarted phone and let it sit for a few minutes so that apps and services had a chance to settle down, and reach a steady state. Test score was 29445 (see Test 2 below).

    Test 2. Opened AnTuTu and it showed 29445 as the first result's score (Test 1). Ran again with Test result as 31634.

    Test 3. Restarted and let phone settle for a few minutes after OS was fully booted and all apps completed updating status on the Notification bar/screen (same as the 2nd test). Score was 39220.

    Test 4. Restarted and repeated process as noted in Test 3. Again phone was being charged. Ran Test. 37584 was the score.

    All of the above is on a Verizon Note 4 SM-910V with Android/TouchWiz 5.0.1. For Tests 1-2 the phone was not being charged. For Tests 3-4 the phone was being charged. Phone was warm during all Tests as the workloads run do crank up CPU, Memory, Graphics, and Storage subsystems - and thus generate heat. Phone was warmer during the Tests when it was connected to the charger.

    I tried to be fairly consistent in the methodology used, and provide two tests with battery power only, and two with battery power + charger power (in case there is any power throttling/energy saving algorithms at play).

    Update: I do have an older SanDisk Mobile Ultra Micro SD XC I 64GB (Class 6) card for the external SD card. I've had this card I think since the S3 days, so closing in on ~ four years. If AnTuTu is writing to/reading from the external SD card for the Test, then that may account for the lower scores I'm seeing compared to the reference Note 4's score at 48,000 plus - if the reference Note 4 used a faster class SD card as the external SD card.
    05-26-2015 07:37 PM
  8. sparksd's Avatar
    Ran AnTuTu 5.7.1 on my Sprint SM-N910P and scored 50920, which is consistent with previous scores when I have run the benchmark.
    05-26-2015 08:07 PM
  9. Trees's Avatar
    That's roughly 27% higher score than what I recieved for the highest out of the four tests run.

    I think the Sprint and Verizon Note 4 hardware specifications are the same, although there could be some differences in the 5.0.1 software build. Besides the potential differences in external SD card capabilities and any other background apps/processes running while AnTuTu was running; not clear why there is such a wide variation in Test results.
    05-27-2015 09:47 PM
  10. sparksd's Avatar
    That's roughly 27% higher score than what I recieved for the highest out of the four tests run.

    I think the Sprint and Verizon Note 4 hardware specifications are the same, although there could be some differences in the 5.0.1 software build. Besides the potential differences in external SD card capabilities and any other background apps/processes running while AnTuTu was running; not clear why there is such a wide variation in Test results.
    Yeah, I'm running pure stock and have a lot apps loaded on it and a 128GB Samsung EVO card. I haven't done a reset or anything other than clearing the cache partition on occasion.
    05-27-2015 10:05 PM
  11. Gearheadaddy's Avatar
    I just ran Antutu on my Verizon Galaxy Note 4, plugged in charging at 48%, WiFi on, Bluetooth on, Patriot Class 10 card (4 years old), 200 apps installed and none on SD card...all in phone memory...10 GB of pics n vids on sd card...Benchmark is 48,967

    Posted via the Verizon Note 4
    05-28-2015 01:07 AM
  12. Gearheadaddy's Avatar
    P.S. Get rid of crappy San Disk and get either a Patriot or Samsung Card... Less returns and complaints according to Micro Center and Frys...I asked the geeks at 9 different locations...

    Posted via the Verizon Note 4
    05-28-2015 01:11 AM
  13. etdoner's Avatar
    Just activate the knox active protection. There is a bug in shamesung 5.0.1 tw that throttles the gpu. Knox active protection activation seems to fix it. Just type knox in settings search and activate it. It will ask for a restart, after restarting do an antutu and you are good. ✋

    Edit: I had the same issue and this is a fix. Don't factory reset or change SD card

    Posted via the Android Central App
    05-28-2015 01:21 AM
  14. Rohan Joshi2's Avatar
    I tried activating the knox security but its not getting activated.
    05-28-2015 04:23 AM
  15. PublicImageLtd's Avatar
    my smn910c shows 39000 benchmark. Even after i factory reset my phone still d same thing. But actually the results should be in the range of 48000. Could anyone help me with this. Thanks in advance.
    Mines low as well, I don't care, I know it's a mistake.

    Posted via the Android Central App
    06-04-2015 12:51 AM
  16. PainFX's Avatar
    I got 49K on mines, Tmobile.
    06-04-2015 06:58 PM
  17. Trees's Avatar
    I just reran the Test and got a 49184. Phone was off power (on battery), and on WiFi only. Same methodology I used before. Powered on the phone and let it sit a while. Then ran the Test.

    Can someone run a Test with WiFi only, Mobile network only, and then WiFi + Mobile network? I noticed WiFi traffic running the entire time that the Test was running. Could certainly be other apps/processes sending/receiving traffic while the Test was running, but I am now wondering if AnTuTu Test communicates with a test harness while the Test is running; and if so does the network bandwidth, speed, and latency have any bearing on the Test results?
    06-04-2015 07:35 PM

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