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Old August 12th, 2010, 06:55 PM   #101 (permalink)
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was there a stock setscaling.sh file?
Or if I delete this one would the default kernel be there?

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was there a stock setscaling.sh file?
Or if I delete this one would the default kernel be there?
I don't think there was but I am not sure.
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I don't think there was but I am not sure.
Well I deleted the file but nothing changed.
I rebooted and its 10. now so deleting the setscaling.sh is the ticket.
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Well I deleted the file but nothing changed.
I rebooted and its 10. now so deleting the setscaling.sh is the ticket.
Already I am glad it finally worked
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Im thinking of removing:
/system/lib/modules/overclock.ko
/system/bin/overclock.sh

What do you think?
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Im thinking of removing:
/system/lib/modules/overclock.ko
/system/bin/overclock.sh

What do you think?
Those are the files I was trying to tell you to remove originally
both of the overclock.sh and .ko files
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Those are the files I was trying to tell you to remove originally
both of the overclock.sh and .ko files
OH I thought you told me to delete the version on the SDCard.
I just deleted them from the device via Root Explorer.


Removing them form the device doesn't seem to have done any damage.
It actually seems to be running smoother now
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How about this my rating is higher in Quadrant without OC then with over 300
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How about this my rating is higher in Quadrant without OC then with over 300
Mine is higher with overclock
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How about this my rating is higher in Quadrant without OC then with over 300
That is not surprising. If you push too far (and clearly you did since you were having rebooting issues every minute), the device will actually run slower than stock. The trick is finding the overclock freq and voltage that makes the device run faster while maintaining stability.

But don't assume that any overclock attempts will end up with the same slowness that you experienced.
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That is not surprising. If you push too far (and clearly you did since you were having rebooting issues every minute), the device will actually run slower than stock. The trick is finding the overclock freq and voltage that makes the device run faster while maintaining stability.

But don't assume that any overclock attempts will end up with the same slowness that you experienced.
Hmmm thanks
I set it at 11.5 / 34.
Suggestions if I try this again?
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Hmmm thanks
I set it at 11.5 / 34.
Suggestions if I try this again?
1.1 ghz at 34
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OOpps I meant 1.15/34.
Yuu think 1.1/34 should be good and noticeable?

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OOpps I meant 1.15/34.
Yuu think 1.1/34 should be good and noticeable?

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good battery life, noticeable...well thats debatable
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So I'm a noob. I have my Droid X overclocked at 1.1 / 40 and is producing 1300 even for me. I'm happy with that after about a hundred different combination to get a good number. How do I edit/whatever so that I can lock that in. Someone mentioned editing the setscaling... I don't know how to do that. Just a little friendly help please.
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So I'm a noob. I have my Droid X overclocked at 1.1 / 40 and is producing 1300 even for me. I'm happy with that after about a hundred different combination to get a good number. How do I edit/whatever so that I can lock that in. Someone mentioned editing the setscaling... I don't know how to do that. Just a little friendly help please.
Try doing the guide in the OP and let me know if/where you get stuck
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Not really getting stuck... I'm already overclocked. He just scared the poop out of me with the last instruction. I don't know if his config is stable form me or not. I know mine is.
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Not really getting stuck... I'm already overclocked. He just scared the poop out of me with the last instruction. I don't know if his config is stable form me or not. I know mine is.
Him? You mean me or Fab, what step
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You do realize I made this guide? And yes that is FreeWELL's contribution to this guide. But the way you make it sound you found your most stable settings and that is all its saying
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Ok... so now that I have my settings set. I just follow the guide and it will (lock) my overclock as it is, so when I reboot it won't reset?
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Ok... so now that I have my settings set. I just follow the guide and it will (lock) my overclock as it is, so when I reboot it won't reset?
Yep, are you doing it the pc way or root explorer way
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root explorer. I don't even know what adb is. Or where to get it.
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root explorer. I don't even know what adb is. Or where to get it.
I am guessing you rooted with easy root or 1-click root then
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Lol... yes... I'm a noob. Figured I couldn't screw it up with one button. really only rooted so I could overclock, wireless tether (which I'm guessing verizon can't detect) and to apply the bad a$$ revo theme.
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its asks me if I want to "overwrite the overclock.ko" once I paste in step 15. Do I want to do that?
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its asks me if I want to "overwrite the overclock.ko" once I paste in step 15. Do I want to do that?
Yeah you do and when it asks you about the overclock.sh do that too. Since you already have those files installed it is doing them again the RE guide is from no overclock to overclock that survives a reboot. I will change the OP to reflect that and tell people which step to start on if they already have overclocking.
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So I had my overclock set at 1.1 / 60 and was getting quadrants of 1300+. Now I did the steps in the OP and I am getting in the low 1200's and I'm clocked at 1.15 / 40. Wondering what I did wrong. Did the files in the OP overwrite my previous overclocking? I follow instructions very well, just don't know whats going on sometimes till someone actually explains it.
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Wow... such random quadrant benchmarks... just did one and got 1334. Rebooted about 2 hours ago.
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Wow... such random quadrant benchmarks... just did one and got 1334. Rebooted about 2 hours ago.
Quadrant is pretty random... I've had back to back runs go from just under 1200 to just over 1350...

Did you ever get everything working right? What you need to do is edit your setscaling.sh with settings that work for you. Here is what it looks like in my setscaling.sh:

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echo 44 > /proc/overclock/max_vsel
echo 1122000 > /proc/overclock/max_rate
echo 1 400000000 23 > /proc/overclock/mpu_opps
echo 2 700000000 28 > /proc/overclock/mpu_opps
echo 3 900000000 33 > /proc/overclock/mpu_opps
echo 4 1122000000 44 > /proc/overclock/mpu_opps
echo 0 1122000 > /proc/overclock/freq_table
echo 1 900000 > /proc/overclock/freq_table
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echo 3 400000 > /proc/overclock/freq_table
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Editings setscaling.sh in Root Explorer:
1. Open Root Explorer
2. Navigate to /system/bin
3. Mount R/W
3. Long press on setscaling.sh
4. Scroll to the bottom of the list and "Open in Text Editor"
5. Edit as needed.
6. Hit the Menu Button
7. Select Save
Now, if you did everything else in the RE Guide from the OP, your setscaling.sh should run at boot with the settings you edited in.
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Quadrant is pretty random... I've had back to back runs go from just under 1200 to just over 1350...

Did you ever get everything working right? What you need to do is edit your setscaling.sh with settings that work for you. Here is what it looks like in my setscaling.sh:

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echo 44 > /proc/overclock/max_vsel
echo 1122000 > /proc/overclock/max_rate
echo 1 400000000 23 > /proc/overclock/mpu_opps
echo 2 700000000 28 > /proc/overclock/mpu_opps
echo 3 900000000 33 > /proc/overclock/mpu_opps
echo 4 1122000000 44 > /proc/overclock/mpu_opps
echo 0 1122000 > /proc/overclock/freq_table
echo 1 900000 > /proc/overclock/freq_table
echo 2 700000 > /proc/overclock/freq_table
echo 3 400000 > /proc/overclock/freq_table
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Editings setscaling.sh in Root Explorer:
1. Open Root Explorer
2. Navigate to /system/bin
3. Mount R/W
3. Long press on setscaling.sh
4. Scroll to the bottom of the list and "Open in Text Editor"
5. Edit as needed.
6. Hit the Menu Button
7. Select Save
Now, if you did everything else in the RE Guide from the OP, your setscaling.sh should run at boot with the settings you edited in.
So if i noticed that my droid likes a little more voltage. Could i edit ur file with a few volts higher. And if i edit that file it will change the overclock once i reboot, correct?
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So if i noticed that my droid likes a little more voltage. Could i edit ur file with a few volts higher. And if i edit that file it will change the overclock once i reboot, correct?
Yes, I just used root explorer to go in and change the settings in my setscaling file and once I rebooted the changes were evident.
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Figured it out. Had to set my overclock again. Then i went in and changed the setscaling file to the correct voltages and frequencies that i just set the max overclock to. Sitting at 1355 on the quadrents now. Also had to open setcpu.api and set it to max once i rebooted. Weird.
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So if i noticed that my droid likes a little more voltage. Could i edit ur file with a few volts higher. And if i edit that file it will change the overclock once i reboot, correct?
That'll work... if you have Terminal Emulator you can:

$ su
# setscaling.sh

And your changes will take effect without a reboot... but do a reboot to be sure that they take effect that way as well.... if not then you would need to make sure /system/etc/install-recovery.sh is loading overclock.ko and setscaling.sh at boot.
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Figured it out. Had to set my overclock again. Then i went in and changed the setscaling file to the correct voltages and frequencies that i just set the max overclock to. Sitting at 1355 on the quadrents now. Also had to open setcpu.api and set it to max once i rebooted. Weird.
Cool... if you change your frequencies, you will need to adjust setcpu accordingly. Probably best to run an Speed Autodetect in setcpu after frequency changes.
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this all sounds like a lot of work for .1 difference. I'm probably going to wait until the process becomes much more simple with a custom/more stable kernel. I'm hoping we can OC this thing to 1.3 or 1.4 like with the hummingbird processor of the Galaxy S series.
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this all sounds like a lot of work for .1 difference. I'm probably going to wait until the process becomes much more simple with a custom/more stable kernel. I'm hoping we can OC this thing to 1.3 or 1.4 like with the hummingbird processor of the Galaxy S series.
Yeah I agree but it is good experience for working with adb and I am really hoping we can get that high
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yeah, for people who are new to command line and adb this would be good practice. I'm pretty familiar with it so thats why I'm holding off. Getting a custom kernel is really where this road is headed if you really want to push this thing anyway.
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yeah, for people who are new to command line and adb this would be good practice. I'm pretty familiar with it so thats why I'm holding off. Getting a custom kernel is really where this road is headed if you really want to push this thing anyway.
Hopefully birdman's work can also get us custom kernels
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So i finally got a stable overclock at 1.1ghz / 60 with quadrents of 1300+ consistantly. With the following setscalling.sh config:
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 echo 1100000 > /proc/overclock/max_rate
 echo 1 400000000 45 > /proc/overclock/mpu_opps
 echo 2 600000000 50 > /proc/overclock/mpu_opps
 echo 3 900000000 55 > /proc/overclock/mpu_opps
 echo 4 1100000000 60 > /proc/overclock/mpu_opps
 echo 0 1100000 > /proc/overclock/freq_table
 echo 1 900000 > /proc/overclock/freq_table
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 echo 3 400000 > /proc/overclock/freq_table
Here's the latest quadrant.
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I posted this in the other "overclock" thread but figured it should be here also. Here is what the stock scaling is:

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@jonathanmsims: I put your setscalling on my droid x last night and it seems to be working great and stable so far today. It's very snappy and achieves consistant 1367+ quadrents.
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I posted this in the other "overclock" thread but figured it should be here also. Here is what the stock scaling is:

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Thanks for this. Where'd you find it?
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I could use some help with this. I was successful overclocking with the given example and ran well for a day with heavy use. I did step 2 (and all the rest), and after a reboot its back to the original settings. Do I just start all over from step one?
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I could use some help with this. I was successful overclocking with the given example and ran well for a day with heavy use. I did step 2 (and all the rest), and after a reboot its back to the original settings. Do I just start all over from step one?
No you should still have the overclock.sh and .ko files there so just try doing the survive the reboot portion again
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Thanks for this. Where'd you find it?
Before I started messing around with the setscale.sh set up I was just using overclock.sh to try different settings. To check to see if the voltage was changing I used "cat /proc/overclock/mpu_opps" in the terminal emulator to see the settings.
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No you should still have the overclock.sh and .ko files there so just try doing the survive the reboot portion again
Thanks, I must be missing something simple. No errors, reboots (knock on wood), but its maintaining the default settings. Are there any commands or anyway to make sure everything is set up right?
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reboot and see if its still there
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Yes, all the files are still there...
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