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Old July 23rd, 2012, 01:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Lightbulb Overclocking/Underclocking guide

Today, we'll discuss how to overclock/underclock your neo v. Please note that, this guide assumes you've already rooted your phone and have installed a custom kernel (preferably, in the writer's opinion, night-elf kernel - get it here)..

Anyway, here's the low down, for those of you who've read my rooting guide and flashed your phone with nightelf kernel and installed the custom ROM or for those who've rooted their phones and flashed a new kernel :-

1. Install "SetCPU" {Get it from here - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mhuang.overclocking&hl=en} (For this guide, we'll be using SetCPU, although you may use the other softwares you find on the market place, but imho, SetCPU works the best for me)

2. Anyway, after install, run the app, and you should be able to overclock to atleast 1.6 GHz or underclock all the way down to 122 MHz

3. You can even set profiles and most importantly, don't forget to select the "Set on Boot" option

4. Enjoy
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