[How-to] Overclock that survives a reboot


Last Updated: 2013-08-22 08:30:05
  1. D13

    D13 Well-Known Member

    If you are at 1.15 and 34
    -if you want to keep the same speed, raise the voltage to 66
    -if you want to keep the same voltage, lower the speed to 1 ghz

    to put it back

    -"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"
    -"mount -o ro,remount -t yaffs2 /dev/mtd/mtdblock4 /system"

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  2. n0m0n

    n0m0n Well-Known Member

  3. D13

    D13 Well-Known Member

  4. n0m0n

    n0m0n Well-Known Member

  5. PerCompLLC

    PerCompLLC Well-Known Member

    Maybe this thread should be stickied? :D
  6. D13

    D13 Well-Known Member

  7. LexusBrian400

    LexusBrian400 Well-Known Member

  8. n0m0n

    n0m0n Well-Known Member

    A stupid question: you cant install a kernel via update.zip and go into bootloader with something like Quickboot?
  9. auracle2g

    auracle2g Member

    1150000 at 38 is working very nicely for me.

    has ANYONE stabilized 1200000 or something greater than 1.15ghz? if so what clock rate and voltage?
  10. D13

    D13 Well-Known Member

    No, not yet anyway

    how far did you take this guide did you do the whole thing
  11. D13

    D13 Well-Known Member

    I would say that I was very close to doing it
    I only got two reboots the whole day with 1.2 ghz at 34
    I am guessing that if I raised the voltage to 66 then it would be stable
  12. FreeWELL

    FreeWELL Well-Known Member

    SU is not su... all command line interactions are case sensitive and must be typed in exactly as shown....
  13. n0m0n

    n0m0n Well-Known Member

    was able to overclocking part, and setup the survive a reboot.
    So I guess I did both part, right?
  14. D13

    D13 Well-Known Member

    So you are good.
    Then edit the setscaling.sh file with notepad ++ and then push it back with the commands I gave you and then reboot
  15. bosox2k1

    bosox2k1 Well-Known Member

    Got it to work using the root explorer method.haha go figure. Thanks all.



    edit-changed some typos due to swype!
  16. n0m0n

    n0m0n Well-Known Member

    Can anyone tell me how I can revert to the default clock?
    I followed the instructions earlier in full and every reboot (yes every) returns me to the overclocking input. (11.5 34).
    I deleted the files that i put on the SDCard but after a reboot its still the overclock spec's.

    My problem is hat my device is constantly rebooting ever few minutes and it started when after I overclocked.
    Maybe my device doesn't like the changes.

    Anyway how can I get back to where I started form?

    Thanks
  17. D13

    D13 Well-Known Member

    Delete the overclock.ko and .sh files also then reboot
  18. n0m0n

    n0m0n Well-Known Member

    I did that I deleted the 2 files on the SDCard and when I went back into setCPU its not changing.
    I tried the auto config option in setCPU and its still 11.5
  19. D13

    D13 Well-Known Member

    delete the setscaling.sh and the install-recovery.sh one also
  20. n0m0n

    n0m0n Well-Known Member

    Did that and its still 11.5 after reboot.
  21. D13

    D13 Well-Known Member

    when you say 11.5 do you mean 1.15 ghz that could cause a problem

    And I would say just try running Fab's part of the guide again and then run

    adb shell
    su
    overclock.sh 1000000 66
  22. n0m0n

    n0m0n Well-Known Member

    When I read the setscaling.sh with root explorer its the over clock file.
    11.5 900 and so on and next to each # it says overclock
  23. n0m0n

    n0m0n Well-Known Member

    does this backup the stock setscaling.sh somewhere?
    I want to go back tot he stock file how do I do that?
  24. D13

    D13 Well-Known Member

    You could back it up by adding .bak to the end of it
  25. n0m0n

    n0m0n Well-Known Member

    OK where can I fin it?
    I already overclocked so was it moved before?

    How do i get back to where I was before this overclocking (Stock)?

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