Support Motorola milestone processor help

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by air_a20, Oct 10, 2010.

  1. air_a20

    air_a20 Member
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    hi im planning on getting a motorola milestone and i heard its processor is only 550mhz but i heard some people have 1 ghz is tht possible? im really interested in the phone can someone help me out.
     

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  2. GlitchZero

    GlitchZero Well-Known Member
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    Once you root the device, you can overclock it to up to 1.2 GhZ, supposedly stable. Mine runs at 900 MhZ stable, so..it's possible. Battery life is pretty shit though.
     
  3. air_a20

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    but pretty shit how bad do you mean? and will it ran fast properly on a 1 ghz?
     
  4. Brendanmurphy

    Brendanmurphy Well-Known Member
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    At 1 ghz it is basically on par with a snapdragon. At 1.2 it is faster
     
  5. TelusMilestone

    TelusMilestone Well-Known Member
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    Phones, more phones and yet more phones!
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    I have mine set at 1.2GHz and I get a day and a half out of it. Phone works flawless and I have no issues with it at all!!!
     
  6. air_a20

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    im planning on buying a used motorola milestone and the guy says its already rooted is there a way to check if the phones working properly? and if i buy it and its not working properly is there a way to set it back to origional factory settings?
     
  7. R-droid

    R-droid Well-Known Member
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    Hey,I noticed,that the phone's (Motorola Milestone's) back gets real warmed up when playing games,browsing web etc. Is that because of its processor.

    I think its 550 mHz ARM processor works real good btw.
     
  8. cristi.vlad

    cristi.vlad New Member
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    Yes. You can always unroot it and underclock it to the way it was (550Mhz). It's pretty simple.
     

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