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  1. jimbubba3

    jimbubba3 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Can someone walk me through how to overclock my droid to 1ghz. I am rooted, but I have never had to use the adb. Can someone walk me through this process. Can I just issue the necessary commands from my terminal emulator?
     

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    Your phone would be fried in no time flat. However, there is a silver lining...you would have a nice hot brick to keep you warm at night.
     
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    jimbubba3 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I just asked for some advice on how to overclock, not peoples two cents on the subject. Why would anyone care if I fried my droid anyways, its my phone.
     
  6. gotwillk

    gotwillk Well-Known Member

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    amen to that.
     
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    If you're aware of the risks ... and it sounds like you are ... shoot me a PM. :)
     
  8. vido.ardes

    vido.ardes Well-Known Member

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    As there is already a large thread on the topic, I would ask that you ask your question in there, rather than starting a new thread
     
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