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Old October 23rd, 2010, 02:07 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Jrummy may have pulled it for some reason or the market took it down. i am sure we will hear the reason soon.

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Old October 23rd, 2010, 02:57 PM   #52 (permalink)
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its back in the market for those that need it.
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I have found my perfect setting after playing around with this for a while.
1.25 GHZ with low voltage provides good speed and battery life for me.

I used SetCpu at Max 1250, Min 400

Benchmark Score- 1669
MFLOPS- 18.091

Once I got to 1.35 GHZ or higher, I had to go to medium voltage.
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I have found my perfect setting after playing around with this for a while.
1.25 GHZ with low voltage provides good speed and battery life for me.

I used SetCpu at Max 1250, Min 400

Benchmark Score- 1669
MFLOPS- 18.091

Once I got to 1.35 GHZ or higher, I had to go to medium voltage.
What do the setscaling max and min actually do in set cpu
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What do the setscaling max and min actually do in set cpu
it sets how high or low the clockspeed can go.
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I'm a little jealous of everyone that can overclock their phones. Mine can't handle much at all. Maybe 1.15 on medium voltage. So instead of going with the small increase, I'm testing out the ulv settings at 1 ghz.
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Hm, I guess I got a lemon, on low voltage can't go above 1.15. Does anybody knows default voltage is similar to medium, high or low in this app?
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Sounds like my phone. I'm thinking medium is the stock but I don't know for sure.
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Hm, I guess I got a lemon, on low voltage can't go above 1.15. Does anybody knows default voltage is similar to medium, high or low in this app?
That is a great question and would also like to know this.
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Sitting at 1.25 using the ulv setting. Been working great for the last 8 hours or so.
1756 on quadrant and 17.404. Mflops on linpack.
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Sitting at 1.25 using the ulv setting. Been working great for the last 8 hours or so.
1756 on quadrant and 17.404. Mflops on linpack.
How has the battery life been compared to stock?
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How has the battery life been compared to stock?
Really not too sure yet. I've been playing with the phone more today than I do on an average day, but it seems to be a little better. I'll know more in a few days.
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Ah aight. I've been trying ulv too but haven't been using it consistently so I figured I'd see if you had been lol I'll keep testing it out.
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1.25 at ulv finally crashed the phone. Bumped it up to "low" voltage, and going to see how that does at 1.25.

If that doesn't work, I'll go down to 1.2 at ulv and see how that does.
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Yea I had to get a refund on this one. No matter what settings I tried no matter the voltage (and I started out small) the phone would lock and I had to FC the app. The app by Unstable works perfectly fine, however. ???
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Running at low voltage...1.35 ghz...we'll see how it works out...18.5 mflops is much better than stock..we'll see how the battery does
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IS there any way inside of the app to see what your current settings are?
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IS there any way inside of the app to see what your current settings are?
one of the first options in each section allows you to get the current settings.
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What is stock? 1ghz at medium voltage right?
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What is stock? 1ghz at medium voltage right?
i cant remember which one (i have both) of the oc apps had a short article about it on one of the droid info. sites.
they stated that it offered the regular voltage, one below, and two over.

so id have to assume that the lowest is below stock, 2nd is stock, and the other two (medium and high or whatever) are above stock.
 
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I'm running 1.3 at high voltage. 1805 quadrant score. Running smooth no issues at this setting. It is stable at 1.4 at HV, but bumping to 1.45 the phone locks up. I will wait to see some feedback on any possible battery savings going with a lower voltage before I do bump the voltage down. I want my phone flying unless I know I'll be away from a power source for an extended time. It's nice to have such an easy option to OC/UC and change voltages though. Great app.
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is there any way to make my X run faster
every time i try to set it above 1.5 ghz it lags!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I reached 1752 Quadrant at 1.3 lv and it seemed pretty stable (I ran Quad about 4x before it reached that level). Now I'm trying low/stock frequency at ulv to see if I notice any improvement to battery life (vs stock Froyo) tomorrow. Pretty nice being able to switch on the fly for different purposes. That is, unless it shortens CPU life...

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This app is no longer in the market anywhere. How messed up is that. I paid for the app and it bricked my phone. I had to SBF the phone in order to get it to work and when I went to redownload the app, it no longer there. I want my money back for this or either send me a link a that works. Where is everyone getting this app from. It's not on the appbrain market or the standard android market.
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You have to be rooted to use this correct>?
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If my phone soft boots, it doesn't show the M logo, just my boot animation, is it related to overclocking or is it something else?
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Can someone confirm that it is no longer available in the market for download. I'm going to be pissed if I get charged for this app.
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Can someone confirm that it is no longer available in the market for download. I'm going to be pissed if I get charged for this app.
The problem isn't that the program has been removed, it is the "market issues" that some DroidXs have. I couldn't find it in the market or use any of the links provided until I changed to another ROM which fixed the market problems.

So I suspect that when you SBF the phone, it removed the market fix that was on the phone before you did that. You should be able to get the market fix back by modifying your .prop file again, or by moving to a ROM that has the .prop file edits already done.
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The problem isn't that the program has been removed, it is the "market issues" that some DroidXs have. I couldn't find it in the market or use any of the links provided until I changed to another ROM which fixed the market problems.

So I suspect that when you SBF the phone, it removed the market fix that was on the phone before you did that. You should be able to get the market fix back by modifying your .prop file again, or by moving to a ROM that has the .prop file edits already done.

How do I modify my prop. file as I never did anything before. Is there an APK for the market place that I could use?
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The problem isn't that the program has been removed, it is the "market issues" that some DroidXs have. I couldn't find it in the market or use any of the links provided until I changed to another ROM which fixed the market problems.

So I suspect that when you SBF the phone, it removed the market fix that was on the phone before you did that. You should be able to get the market fix back by modifying your .prop file again, or by moving to a ROM that has the .prop file edits already done.
nope. I sbf-ed my phone from 2.1 to ota 2.2 and it is fine. Got this app no problem this morning.
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It's not in the market for me either.
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It's in my market. I have ApeX rom and Revolution theme.
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How do I fix the market without going into recovery mode. Everytime I go into recovery with bootstrap. I have to sbf my phone. Where is the apk. For the market?
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Try looking at this post. You need to open the build.prop file (it is located under the /system folder) and edit it per the thread above. It is easiest to do this with Root Explorer IMHO, but there are other ways as well.

Also, it seems that the build.prop edits have been loaded onto the ROM Manager app, so if you have that installed, you can make the edits by loading the build.prop edit ROM instead of doing it manually.

If none of those options work, then you might have to load a new ROM like Apex. Although I did not try any of the new build.prop edits, I was unable to see the app either until I loaded a new ROM.

Good luck. I'm sure we can find a solution for you.

PS - Here is another thread that gives a lot of the different build.prop edits, but unfortunately it doesn't actually explain the steps to actually modify the file. I guess it was written for a more advanced user that already knew how to modify the file.
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If anyone gets stuck at an the M logo after setting the overclock too high and you set it at boot, then boot into the stock recovery and clear your cache. I did this and it got me back into the OS so I could turn down the frequency before it locked up again.
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At Ultra Low Voltage I'm getting a stable 1.35Ghz and 700Mhz. Only question is that since I have set CPU and already have it underclocking based on battery and screen off will using the ULV make a difference?

Also which program should I use to control the clock settings?



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What happens if your phone is "set on boot" and wont boot up? is it time to sbf?
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What happens if your phone is "set on boot" and wont boot up? is it time to sbf?
I'm assuming you didn't have a nandroid? Jeez people.


something to look out for...my phone is stable @ 1.2ULV, but my quadrant scores are very erratic, ranging from 1400's to upper 1600's. However, at 1.1ULV, i'm in the mid 1500s very consistently.
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This application does not "overclock" your phone, it passes frequency and voltage parameters to a kernel module(which actually changes the settings at the hardware level) which is the intellectual property of Milestone Overclock by Tiago Sousa, and is distributed under a GPL license.

Milestone Overclock is available freely from the Android Marketplace, and is the real reason anyone is overclocking right now. Support Tiago, and donate to him. Hopefully he'll be able to get a Droid 2 World Edition or something, and be able to support DX/D2 more closely.
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This app is making my head spin. I could not get anything stable above 1.1GHz, tried more voltage and got nothing but a turtle. Lowered the voltage and I was able to overclock to 1.3GHz before a turtle. This goes against everything I was taught about overclocking. Overclocking = more volts, underclocking = less volts. Long story short, I'm overclocked to 1.2GHz using the Ultra Low Voltage and I'm completely stable.
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for those who can't find the app in the market, read this post:

For 2.2 Market issues, use this mod.


it solved the problem for me.
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Omg just ran quandrant 2x and got 17xx! I get 14xx usually on stock.
1.35ghz on low voltage! Stable, And no turtling! My phone kicks ass!
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This app is making my head spin. I could not get anything stable above 1.1GHz, tried more voltage and got nothing but a turtle. Lowered the voltage and I was able to overclock to 1.3GHz before a turtle. This goes against everything I was taught about overclocking. Overclocking = more volts, underclocking = less volts. Long story short, I'm overclocked to 1.2GHz using the Ultra Low Voltage and I'm completely stable.
Keep in mind though that the ultra low voltage isn't actually low at all. It's low when compared to the other settings but it's still higher than stock.
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Keep in mind though that the ultra low voltage isn't actually low at all. It's low when compared to the other settings but it's still higher than stock.
Ah, thank you...I did not know this.

What about when you clock it under 1ghz, or the voltages below stock then?

I guess, what is stock when comparing to this apps default choices?
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Two things are NEEDED for this app.
1: The ability to import current settings into the custom profile builder.
2: The ability to read the current voltage settings, not just the clockspeed.

Honestly, taking care of #1 will effectively fix #2 at least in a roundabout way.

I was able to run 1.45Ghz ULV through a bunch of benchmarks and 1hr of Angry Birds/Reckless Racing with no problem, not even alot of heat. Then an hour after not using the phone it just rebooted while idle which makes very little sense. I've been running 1.25Ghz ULV for 2 days without a reboot, but would like to play with the 1.45Ghz ULV settings and "tweak" those values a little. Unfortunately the ULV voltage settings aren't documented anywhere, so there's no way for me to build a custom profile with the ULV 1.45 settings.

Please add the "import" functionality to the custom profiles, or at least add a way to read the current voltage settings.

2.2 OTA release day X (from walmart).
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Two things are NEEDED for this app.
1: The ability to import current settings into the custom profile builder.
2: The ability to read the current voltage settings, not just the clockspeed.

Honestly, taking care of #1 will effectively fix #2 at least in a roundabout way.

I was able to run 1.45Ghz ULV through a bunch of benchmarks and 1hr of Angry Birds/Reckless Racing with no problem, not even alot of heat. Then an hour after not using the phone it just rebooted while idle which makes very little sense. I've been running 1.25Ghz ULV for 2 days without a reboot, but would like to play with the 1.45Ghz ULV settings and "tweak" those values a little. Unfortunately the ULV voltage settings aren't documented anywhere, so there's no way for me to build a custom profile with the ULV 1.45 settings.

Please add the "import" functionality to the custom profiles, or at least add a way to read the current voltage settings.

2.2 OTA release day X (from walmart).
If you want to check the current clock speed and voltage type the following command line in terminal emulator:

cat /proc/overclock/mpu_opps

There is a space after cat.

This is one of the scripts that I have setup in gscript, one press and I'm done, no retyping the line if I need to check it again later.


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This app is making my head spin. I could not get anything stable above 1.1GHz, tried more voltage and got nothing but a turtle. Lowered the voltage and I was able to overclock to 1.3GHz before a turtle. This goes against everything I was taught about overclocking. Overclocking = more volts, underclocking = less volts. Long story short, I'm overclocked to 1.2GHz using the Ultra Low Voltage and I'm completely stable.
The ULV settings for 1.2GHz are:

1200000 65
1000000 58
850000 57
400000 36

These are all higher than stock settings except for the one 58.

The stock voltage values are:

62
58
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If you want to check the current clock speed and voltage type the following command line in terminal emulator:

cat /proc/overclock/mpu_opps

There is a space after cat.

This is one of the scripts that I have setup in gscript, one press and I'm done, no retyping the line if I need to check it again later.




The ULV settings for 1.2GHz are:

1200000 65
1000000 58
850000 57
400000 36

These are all higher than stock settings except for the one 58.

The stock voltage values are:

62
58
48
33
Thanks, I've looked into the manual overclocking thread, but haven't spent any time to see if the settings were actually stored anywhere. I thought it was just sent to the module but not stored anywhere. Still, being able to quickly build a profile would be sweet.
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If you want to check the current clock speed and voltage type the following command line in terminal emulator:

cat /proc/overclock/mpu_opps

There is a space after cat.

This is one of the scripts that I have setup in gscript, one press and I'm done, no retyping the line if I need to check it again later.




The ULV settings for 1.2GHz are:

1200000 65
1000000 58
850000 57
400000 36

These are all higher than stock settings except for the one 58.

The stock voltage values are:

62
58
48
33
Makes much more sense now. I had a WTFBBQ moment yesterday.
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