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Old August 9th, 2010, 09:13 PM   #101 (permalink)
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Umm...its not there
find it droider?

With RE:

I went to
root/../etc/install-recovery.sh
mount to rw
open install-recovery.sh with text editor
add two lines:

insmod /system/lib/modules/overclock.ko
setscaling.sh

save and exit
reboot, and there you go...

Also, thanks Hilbe for guiding me through all that.

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find it droider?
No what is wrong?
I checked in /system/etc
and /etc

Even tried a reboot
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Not showing up for me either..

When I adb pull /system/etc/install-recovery.sh

I get

adb: not found

Can't find in RE, either.
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Not showing up for me either..

When I adb pull /system/etc/install-recovery.sh

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adb: not found

Can't find in RE, either.
My how-to assumes the user has a computer with ADB installed.
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My how-to assumes the user has a computer with ADB installed.

I've got adb, lol.

It's what I've been using to OC and execute the setscaling.sh scripts lol.

I can't locate the install-recovery.sh, not even in RE.
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How to do the overclock at boot:

1. Pull file off phone.

adb pull /system/etc/install-recovery.sh .

2. Add 2 lines to bottom of install-recovery.sh in text editor on computer, save:

insmod /system/lib/modules/overclock.ko
setscaling.sh

3. Remount /system in read/write:

mount -o rw,remount -t ext3 /dev/block/mmcblk1p21 /system

4. Push changes to sd card.

adb push install-recovery.sh /sdcard

5. Copy file to right place.

cp /sdcard/install-recovery.sh /system/etc/install-recovery.sh

6. Remount read only /system

mount -o ro,remount -t ext3 /dev/block/mmcblk1p21 /system

7. Reboot
Take off that period at the end of step one to avoid confusion. I am sure when people start copying and pasting this there will be problems

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find it droider?

With RE:

I went to
root/../etc/install-recovery.sh
mount to rw
open install-recovery.sh with text editor
add two lines:

insmod /system/lib/modules/overclock.ko
setscaling

save and exit
reboot, and there you go...

Also, thanks Hilbe for guiding me through all that.
You need to add the .sh to setscaling
P.s I still can't find it
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Take off that period at the end of step one to avoid confusion. I am sure when people start copying and pasting this there will be problems



You need to add the .sh to setscaling
P.s I still can't find it
Good call! I have no clue what to say. Are you using RE? I'm assuming actually that you are trying every way.
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Thanks guys. I got this running at boot as well.
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Took the "." off my how-to for you guys. Also, there are a few other scripts called on startup, but I'm not sure if they will work as well as install-recovery.sh. Here are some others to try:

/data/misc/wifi/forward_start.sh
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I searched RE for install-recovery.sh

No sign of it at all. I'm not sure what's going on here...lol
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Took the "." off my how-to for you guys. Also, there are a few other scripts called on startup, but I'm not sure if they will work as well as install-recovery.sh. Here are some others to try:

/data/misc/wifi/forward_start.sh
/data/misc/wifi/forward_stop.sh
Something is wrong I looked in RE too

C:\Users\Jeff\Desktop\tools>adb pull /data/misc/wifi/forward_start.sh
remote object '/data/misc/wifi/forward_start.sh' does not exist

C:\Users\Jeff\Desktop\tools>adb pull /data/misc/wifi/forward_stop.sh
remote object '/data/misc/wifi/forward_stop.sh' does not exist
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Well, this is all very strange.
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Lets see...
I am running .604
I have Nextheme but I don't think this could be causing this...could it? Who has nextheme? PJ.?
thats about it
What is wrong?!?!?!?!?!?
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Yeah, I'm running nextheme.

I can't find it, I'm stumped.
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I can't find it, I'm stumped.
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Maybe nextheme removed it? I don't run nextheme, I'm bone stock.
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Yeah, I'm running nextheme.

I can't find it, I'm stumped.
Can't find it in mine either. Search yields nothing as well.
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For those that don't have it, here is my install-recovery.sh. Unzip, drop in /system/etc, and use at your own risk. Permissions look like:

-r-xr--r-- root root 470 2010-08-09 22:04 install-recovery.sh

What is that? chmod 644? It is late, I'm heading to bed. Best of luck.
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yeah no install-recovery.sh to be found. lame
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My copy should resolve your issues. Please try and post your results.
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For those that don't have it, here is my install-recovery.sh. Unzip, drop in /system/etc, and use at your own risk. Permissions look like:

-r-xr--r-- root root 470 2010-08-09 22:04 install-recovery.sh

What is that? chmod 644? It is late, I'm heading to bed. Best of luck.

Trying it now.

WORKED for me! I didn't do ANYTHING except move it to the root/etc/ folder no changing the chmod or permissions or anything.

To all:
I was one of you guys that could not locate install-recovery.sh for the life of me.

I used his uploaded file, extracted to root, moved it to root/etc/ and rebooted.

works perfectly with my modded setscaling.sh @ 1.1ghz @ 34
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My copy should resolve your issues. Please try and post your results.
Just dropping yours in worked. Many thanks!
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I've had a few random reboots running 1.15 at 34. They didn't show up for awhile, so keep an eye out. I'm trying 1.125 at 34 right now.
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Hibe, if you ever get the time... I think you should post your own thread with your instructions. To anyone that hasn't been following along this is thread is all fragmented and all over the place. Its confusing as hell, and I've been here since day 1 Just a suggestion. Thanks for your work guys
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some one needs to get a big break-through in speed like they with the galaxy s because stock the x kills the s but with some simple mods the galaxy s can run a 1500 on quadrant we need to be the first to 2000
Not going to be the first I'm afraid, with a new mod the Galaxy S is posting quadrant scores well over 2k now..
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hmmm my battery life has been really good. 6 hours and Iv dropped 20% battery.

Is my mind playing tricks on me?
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Hibe, if you ever get the time... I think you should post your own thread with your instructions. To anyone that hasn't been following along this is thread is all fragmented and all over the place. Its confusing as hell, and I've been here since day 1 Just a suggestion. Thanks for your work guys
I completely agree had to look through this thread a few times to understand what everyone was talking about
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Yeah, I'm running nextheme.

I can't find it, I'm stumped.
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Maybe nextheme removed it? I don't run nextheme, I'm bone stock.
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yeah no install-recovery.sh to be found. lame
I'm wondering if you guys who couldn't find your install-recovery.sh files ever did the update to .604?

Anyways, I use NexTheme and I have the install-recovery.sh file.

I'm going to add the auto clock as soon as I find some very stable settings. I'm actually fine with the stock 1GHz/800/600/300 slots, I just want to minimize voltage.
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I'm wondering if you guys who couldn't find your install-recovery.sh files ever did the update to .604?

Anyways, I use NexTheme and I have the install-recovery.sh file.

I'm going to add the auto clock as soon as I find some very stable settings. I'm actually fine with the stock 1GHz/800/600/300 slots, I just want to minimize voltage.

I'm running .604, so it's not that.

I'll try adding it later. I don't power my phone off much, so it's not really a big deal. Otherwise it's just a command away in Better Terminal.
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Anyways, I use NexTheme and I have the install-recovery.sh file.

I'm going to add the auto clock as soon as I find some very stable settings. I'm actually fine with the stock 1GHz/800/600/300 slots, I just want to minimize voltage.

What is the stock voltage for the 1GHz/800/600/300 slots? I want to tinker with different voltage values but I need to know what the stock settings are. Thanks.
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I think all the levels are at 66
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We're in business now. Downloaded to sd card from xscope, extracted in root explorer and then dropped it in /system/etc/..

Easy enough, after a reboot, running at 1.15/34. Sweet!
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For those that don't have it, here is my install-recovery.sh. Unzip, drop in /system/etc, and use at your own risk. Permissions look like:

-r-xr--r-- root root 470 2010-08-09 22:04 install-recovery.sh

What is that? chmod 644? It is late, I'm heading to bed. Best of luck.
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For sure if someone was reading this, unless here the whole time, they would be like... what?
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Can't get mine to stable. I've gone from hilbe's script up to 48 and still get random reboots.
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So can someone list all of the commands for getting the setscaling to save and work on a reboot? Once I find numbers that are stable for me I'd like to set it to work whenever I power the phone on. Thanks in advance.
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Can't get mine to stable. I've gone from hilbe's script up to 48 and still get random reboots.
Try dropping it down to 1.1 ghz.
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So can someone list all of the commands for getting the setscaling to save and work on a reboot? Once I find numbers that are stable for me I'd like to set it to work whenever I power the phone on. Thanks in advance.
All credit goes to Elkay for the milestone overclock mod, Fab for posting it here and Hilbe for the setscaling.sh and figuring out where to put the commands and also his install-recovery.sh file

All on the computer If you already have overclocking set up and just want to make it survive through a reboot, skip to step 4
1. Download this file Here

2. Unzip both files to your sdcard

3. In adb run
-adb shell
-su
-"mount -o rw,remount -t ext3 /dev/block/mmcblk1p21 /system"
-"cp /sdcard/overclock.ko /system/lib/modules/"
-"cp /sdcard/overclock.sh /system/bin/"
-"chmod 644 /system/lib/modules/overclock.ko"
-"chmod 755 /system/bin/overclock.sh"
-"mount -o ro,remount -t ext3 /dev/block/mmcblk1p21 /system"

4.Download this file, unzip it and put it where your adb.exe is
In adb run
-"adb push setscaling.sh /sdcard
-"adb shell"
-"su"
-"mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/mtd/mtdblock4 /system
-"cp /sdcard/setscaling.sh /system/bin"
-"chmod 755 /system/bin
Keep adb open

5. Download this file and unzip it
Place where your adb.exe is

6. In adb run
-"exit"
-"exit"
-"adb push install-recovery.sh /sdcard"
-"adb shell"
-"su"
-"mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/mtd/mtdblock4 /system"
-"cp /sdcard/install-recovery.sh /system/etc
-"mount -o ro,remount -t yaffs2 /dev/mtd/mtdblock4 /system

Check by doing a reboot

Through root explorer

After having done steps 1-4
1.Open up root explorer
2.Navigate to /etc/install-recovery.sh
3.Change system to R/W
4.Long press on the file
5.Scroll to the bottom and add
-"insmod /system/lib/modules/overclock.ko"
-"setscaling"
6.Press the back button and save changes

Done



There ya go
And also I am pretty sure some of these scripts can be taken out in favor of a shorter way, I you know of any let me know and I will change it
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All credit goes to Elkay for the milestone overclock mod, Fab for posting it here and Hilbe for the setscaling.sh and figuring out where to put the commands

All on the computer If you already have overclocking set up and just want to make it survive through a reboot, skip to step
1. Download this file Here

2. Unzip both files to your sdcard

3. In adb run
-adb shell
-su
-"mount -o rw,remount -t ext3 /dev/block/mmcblk1p21 /system"
-"cp /sdcard/overclock.ko /system/lib/modules/"
-"cp /sdcard/overclock.sh /system/bin/"
-"chmod 644 /system/lib/modules/overclock.ko"
-"chmod 755 /system/bin/overclock.sh"
-"mount -o ro,remount -t ext3 /dev/block/mmcblk1p21 /system"

4.Download this file, unzip it and put it where your adb.exe is
In adb run
-"mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/mtd/mtdblock4 /system
-"adb push setscaling.sh /system/bin
-"chmod 755 /system/bin

5.In adb run
-"adb pull /system/etc/install-recovery.sh"

6. Open file with Notepad++, If you don't have it grab it Here
And at the end of the file at these two lines
-"insmod /system/lib/modules/overclock.ko"
-"setscaling"
And save changes

7. In adb run
-"adb push install-recovery.sh /system/etc/install-recovery.sh"

There ya go, if you want to edit the parameters
I will add using root explorer soon

What step do I skip to if I already have overclocking with setscale.sh set up? You have "skip to step" but no number. Thanks for the instructions.
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You can just remove the pull of install-recovery.sh. My file already has the commands in it. Just tell them to push my file and call it a day.
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Alright updated my post
Let me know if I need to edit anymore and if it works
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All credit goes to Elkay for the milestone overclock mod, Fab for posting it here and Hilbe for the setscaling.sh and figuring out where to put the commands and also his install-recovery.sh file

All on the computer If you already have overclocking set up and just want to make it survive through a reboot, skip to step 4
1. Download this file Here

2. Unzip both files to your sdcard

3. In adb run
-adb shell
-su
-"mount -o rw,remount -t ext3 /dev/block/mmcblk1p21 /system"
-"cp /sdcard/overclock.ko /system/lib/modules/"
-"cp /sdcard/overclock.sh /system/bin/"
-"chmod 644 /system/lib/modules/overclock.ko"
-"chmod 755 /system/bin/overclock.sh"
-"mount -o ro,remount -t ext3 /dev/block/mmcblk1p21 /system"

4.Download this file, unzip it and put it where your adb.exe is
In adb run
-"mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/mtd/mtdblock4 /system
-"adb push setscaling.sh /system/bin
-"chmod 755 /system/bin

5. Download this file and unzip it
Place where your adb.exe is

6. In adb run
-"adb push install-recovery.sh /system/etc/install-recovery.sh"
-"mount -o ro,remount -t yaffs2 /dev/mtd/mtdblock4 /system

Through root explorer

After having done steps 1-4
1.Open up root explorer
2.Navigate to /etc/install-recovery.sh
3.Change system to R/W
4.Long press on the file
5.Scroll to the bottom and add
-"insmod /system/lib/modules/overclock.ko"
-"setscaling"
6.Press the back button and save changes

Done



There ya go, if you want to edit the parameters
I will add using root explorer soon

When I do the second part of step 4 (adb push setscaling.sh /system/bin) I'm getting: "adb: not found". Any ideas? The setscale file is in the tools folder within the sdk folder where the adb.exe file is located.
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When I do the second part of step 4 (adb push setscaling.sh /system/bin) I'm getting: "adb: not found". Any ideas? The setscale file is in the tools folder within the sdk folder where the adb.exe file is located.
I changed it, let me know if it works
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I changed it, let me know if it works
It does not, now I'm getting: "cp: setscaling.sh: no such file or directory".

I've check in the system/bin folder and the file is there.
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It does not, now I'm getting: "cp: setscaling.sh: no such file or directory".

I've check in the system/bin folder and the file is there.
Okay try now sorry
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Okay try now sorry
Don't apologize....

I'm assuming the setscaling file needs to be on the sdcard now per this step: "cp /sdcard/setscaling.sh /system/bin"

When I get to this step: "adb push install-recovery.sh /system/etc/install-recovery.sh" I'm getting :read-only file system. So I used root explorer and change it r/w and I get : permission denied.
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Don't apologize....

I'm assuming the setscaling file needs to be on the sdcard now per this step: "cp /sdcard/setscaling.sh /system/bin"

When I get to this step: "adb push install-recovery.sh /system/etc/install-recovery.sh" I'm getting :read-only file system. So I used root explorer and change it r/w and I get : permission denied.
Okay, first you have step 4 done right. Do that again, with my corrections.
If you do have step 4 done then you need to download the install-recovery.sh then let me know
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Step 4 works fine, but step 6 isn't working for me. I have the install-recovery file in the same folder as adb.exe. When I do this step: adb push install-recovery.sh /system/etc/install-recovery.sh I'm getting: permission denied.
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Step 4 works fine, but step 6 isn't working for me. I have the install-recovery file in the same folder as adb.exe. When I do this step: adb push install-recovery.sh /system/etc/install-recovery.sh I'm getting: permission denied.
Okay I really think this should work. Again sorry about the trouble I am trying to remember what I did.
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Okay I really think this should work. Again sorry about the trouble I am trying to remember what I did.
Please don't apologize, I'm sorry that this command stuff all new to me. Everything worked fine and stayed set after a reboot. Thanks a lot.
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