Originally Posted by Hilbe
Here is my setscaling.sh file that'll use low voltages across the board and is stable for me. Also uses 1.15ghz @ 34 vsel (stock is 66!) and swaps the 800mhz clock for 900mhz since that is more logical.
Drop it in /system/bin, chmod to 755. To load the kernel module do "insmod /system/lib/modules/overclock.ko" first, then execute the below setscaling.sh script.
Thanks for this. Unfortunately, I can't seem to get it to work. I can overclock using commands like:
overclock.sh 1150000 36
but I can't seem to get your setscaling file going. I copied it to /system/bin, chmod 755'd it, I think. (I changed permissions with Root Explorer so that User has R/W/E, Group has R/E, and Other has R/E). Next, I run:
and it gets me back to #
then I try to run:
and I get:
: not found
setscaling.sh: 6: Syntax error: ")" unexpected
I'm uncertain what I'm doing wrong.
EDIT: Fixed. Instead of unzipping setscaling.sh.zip, I'd just renamed it to setscaling.sh. Worked now. Thanks.