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Old October 20th, 2010, 09:21 AM   #30 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Cilraaz View Post
You have to edit the setscaling.sh. Here's an example file, which would run the phone at 400/700/900/1100MHz (1.1GHz max):



Line 1 is the maximum voltage the phone will pass to the CPU.
Line 2 is the maximum CPU speed.
Line 3 through 6 are different CPU speed in Hz (from idle up to 100% usage) with voltages (the secondary two-digit number).
Line 7 through 10 are the same CPU speeds in kHz (minus the last three zeros from lines 3 through 6, to put it simply). Note that they are in reverse order. I would assume this is due to how the OS reads the mpu_opps table vs how it reads the freq_table.

What values will be stable for your phone will depend on your individual handset. Just like with a desktop CPU, each handset's CPU is slightly different and will handle overclocking better or worse at different speeds/voltages.
PERFECT! That's the link up I needed. For some reason my brain wasn't thinking to edit the file itself, but to enter commands.
I haven't edited files since one of the earlier 2.1 bugless beasts on the D1, and that was one time to remove some included scaling parameters.
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