Ics and clock speedGeneral


Last Updated: 2012-10-25 05:25:57
  1. jc82

    jc82 Member

    I was hoping to see 1200 MHz clock speed after I did the quadrant standard test after i recieved the Ics update. Still at 1000 mhz. Oh well Its still nice to finally get the update!

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  2. stridermt2k

    stridermt2k Well-Known Member

    I'm not sure its telling the whole sorry though, because now we have an OS that makes use of both cores, don't we?
  3. BigRedGonzo

    BigRedGonzo Well-Known Member

    I have heard from various sources that a reboot w/ battery pull can resolve the low clock speed issue. I have also heard that it was resolved after a Full FDR. Most folks that I interacted with this weekend were running at 1.2GHz after the update. You may want to try one or both of the above to see if that gets you there. I know FDR's aren't fun, but sometimes worth the effort.

    BigRedGonzo
  4. metzy75

    metzy75 Well-Known Member

    I have 1.2 ghz I did a factory reset after install OTA.
  5. wildkitten

    wildkitten Well-Known Member

    I to have 1.2GHz after the FDR yesterday.
  6. aaronmach1

    aaronmach1 Well-Known Member

    how can i check my speed?
  7. metzy75

    metzy75 Well-Known Member

    Use this app and open system information.
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  8. stridermt2k

    stridermt2k Well-Known Member

    Updated OTA yesterday with an FDR right afterwards.
    Ran Quadrant and it tells me 1Ghz.

    Did the battery out thing but still the same.

    Mind you it doesn't bug me, because this thing runs great. I just wanted to share my experience.
  9. manderle

    manderle Well-Known Member

    Interesting. I didn't even do a secondary reboot and I show 1200 MHZ. It may have just been a good day for me yesterday
  10. Thom

    Thom Guides Guide

    There are reports of some Bionics staying at 1.0GHz after installing ICS whereas most bump to 1.2GHz.

    Luck of the draw in manufacturing materials?

    ... Thom
  11. stridermt2k

    stridermt2k Well-Known Member

    Yeah, I'll accept that. It could be a tolerance difference somewhere or a matter of a slightly different batch.

    So far the experience is just great. I'm not gonna quibble over a couple hundred Mhz.
    I'll trade that any time for what I'm seeing here. :D
  12. aaronmach1

    aaronmach1 Well-Known Member

    mine says 1200 mhz also
  13. SirEagle

    SirEagle Well-Known Member

    I'm one of the unlucky ones, I stayed at 1.0GHz. Tried the battery pull shutdown and FDR, no luck after either one. Not to big a deal, root and tweakerz app, I'm running just over 1.2 now.
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  14. rcaine

    rcaine Well-Known Member

    Five days into ICS and still 1.0GHz. No bump. Battery pull did not help and I don't need it bad enough to do the FDR. Everything else works fine for me. I work at a slow deliberate speed myself so I'm OK with it.
  15. doogald

    doogald Guides Guide

    Does anybody know if the 1.0 GHz and 1.2 GHz clocks use the same amount of voltage from the CPU? If 1.2 GHz is more, that may be one reason why you'd want the phone to stay at 1.0 GHz. If it is the same (which is a possibility), then it wouldn't matter.
  16. billd

    billd Well-Known Member

    I'm still at 1GHZ but I didn't do the FDR. Power off/battery pull did not change it.
  17. armyguydan

    armyguydan Well-Known Member

    Updated to ics without fdr and @1.2. Plus no problems.
  18. Satires

    Satires Well-Known Member

  19. x026092

    x026092 Well-Known Member

    I'm still clocking at 1.0 GHz. Seems to be faster than GB..... Needed about a day for the OS to work out the bugs.
  20. djm1947

    djm1947 New Member

    As someone posted earlier, the clock speed is hardware dependent. During install, the OS checks to see if the CPU is stable at 1.2, if not then it sets it at 1.0.
  21. Thom

    Thom Guides Guide

    Please point me to some more information about this.

    Thank you.

    ... Thom
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