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Adjusting MHz ? Speed ?


  1. ACordeiro

    ACordeiro Active Member

    Tried searching but the search just says loading.

    I am rooted on ZVD ROM and im trying to find a way to adjust my MHz on my phone for faster speed ?

    Is this possible at all with the ROM im on ? Or do I have to be on something different :confused:

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  2. Fuzzy13

    Fuzzy13 Well-Known Member

    You can adjust it through ROM toolbox, cputuner or Antutu.
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  3. gbiggie

    gbiggie La patience et le pardon Guide

    +1 what Fuzzy said and SetCpu also:thumbup:
    Here is a lot of good info for youhttp://androidforums.com/showthread.php?p=3617400
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  4. ACordeiro

    ACordeiro Active Member

    So are these downloads from the market ?
  5. Fuzzy13

    Fuzzy13 Well-Known Member

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  6. ACordeiro

    ACordeiro Active Member

    Much appreciated ! Is there 1 specific you would suggest, or do they all do the same lol ?
  7. Mexjoker

    Mexjoker I'm Not Real, Doris!

    They are all the same in terms of changing the speed but for some they may have an option to set a profile that lowers your speed during a specific moment(ex. Screen off, 50% battery left, etc) ROM Toolbox and SetCPU do that but I go more for SetCPU but that's just me. SetCPU coat money but ROM toolbox is for free(has a pro version). The free app has a lot of features for a free app. It's usually up to the user though.
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  8. Fuzzy13

    Fuzzy13 Well-Known Member

    I use setcpu. Clean UI. They all do the same though.
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  9. Mexjoker

    Mexjoker I'm Not Real, Doris!

    I like the ics feel to it lol
  10. ACordeiro

    ACordeiro Active Member

    I downloaded the AnTuTu CPU Master.

    It shows MAX - 1024 MHz & Minimum - 368.64 MHz

    Scaling is set to - ondemand, but gives me several options (conservative, userspace, powersave & performance)

    Any idea what I should set the MHz to and the scaling to ?
  11. Mexjoker

    Mexjoker I'm Not Real, Doris!

    Performance sets the speed to maximum,
    essentially disabling frequency scaling.
    Powersave drops CPU to its lowest supported
    frequency.
    Userspace allows the CPU speed to be set
    manually or dynamically by software.
    Ondemand runs at the lowest possible
    frequency and increases to maximum when
    CPU usage hits 100%.
    Conservative runs at the lowest possible
    frequency and increases incrementally as more
    power becomes necessary.
  12. Fuzzy13

    Fuzzy13 Well-Known Member


    Every app you download has a user manual or F.A.Q. Before you do anything you should always read those.




    Also if it shows MAX 1024 then the only REAL purpose of using the app would be underclocking or using profiles for screen off, temp and charging because you dont have a kernel that can be Oc'd.
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  13. ACordeiro

    ACordeiro Active Member

    Thank you once again ! I appreciate it !
  14. ManlyParasite

    ManlyParasite Well-Known Member

    For setcpu it can be found in the xda forums (DON'T TAZE ME BRO!)
    the creator has it hosted in a thread there for free
    It's my choice for over and under clocking
    Also, this isn't that big of a deal right now since you don't have an oc kernel, but for over clocking do not set on boot until your sure your phone can handle the new speed
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  15. Fuzzy13

    Fuzzy13 Well-Known Member


    On setcpu I've found the set on boot option doesnt matter if click on a setting that reboots your phone. Everytime I've done it, the set on boot was clicked, and when the phone booted up it was on the last setting before the on that rebooted the phone.

    BUT Antutu is NOT the same. It doesnt have that nice feature, so if you click set on boot you will have to be quick and open that app up and change it quickly. lol
  16. ACordeiro

    ACordeiro Active Member

    Should I get a OC Kernel or is it not needed ?

    Im still new to the Lg Esteem root system. My old andorid phones were on 1 click roots, and I had everything already set up from a previous user.

    I'm going to continue reading up on OC Kernels, so I don't bother you guys with tons of questions lol
  17. ManlyParasite

    ManlyParasite Well-Known Member


    Lol that's the great thing about this forum, everybody is here to help everybody. Most roms come with an OC kernel, broken out esteem by mtmichaelson, black plague by playfulgod, and I think #2 by ldrifta
    If you want just the kernel, there's links to those threads on the all things root guide, just make sure you flash 1 for zvd and not b or c
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  18. ACordeiro

    ACordeiro Active Member


    It's a great forum. Glad to have members like you and everyone else for helping.

    I was thinking of going with [ROM] LD-LG Stock/Debloated ZVD-C-B ..According to that thread the ZVD has a Speed Kernel (is that what I want??) & it has speed tweaks and battery tweaks which is what im leaning towards since I still have MINOR lag.
  19. mrpnut

    mrpnut THE WORLD IS YOURS Guide

    FIRST WELCOME TO AF BRO AND YES THERE IS AN OVERCLOCKED kernel FOR ZVD
    HERE U GO IF U WANT IT
    http://db.tt/up0oW1Q4
  20. Fuzzy13

    Fuzzy13 Well-Known Member

    Just try out different ones until you find one that does what you want it to do. Always make a backup before doing anything to your phone though.
  21. gbiggie

    gbiggie La patience et le pardon Guide

    +1^^^ what I am on-currently:D:thumbup:
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  22. ACordeiro

    ACordeiro Active Member

    All set and the ROM and MHz are up and running lol !

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