Root running the alldroid community rom at 950mhz, how do I overclock to 1.1ghz?

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  1. jimbubba3

    jimbubba3 Well-Known Member
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    I am currently running the alldroid community beta rom at 950 mhz. How can I up it to 1.1 or 1.3 ghz? I do not know how to access adb. I downloaded the android adk but now I am lost. I am also running an older recovery, not the newer 0.99.3 one, I think its 0.10.5 . I have tazs 1300 kernel download but now I dont know how to implement it. Can I use terminal emulator for this?
     

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  2. gonzoguy24

    gonzoguy24 Well-Known Member
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    you do not need the newer recovery...you just need the correct kernel flashed...
     
  3. mhome

    mhome Well-Known Member
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    Try the rooting subforum, someone over there could probably help you
     
  4. vincentp

    vincentp Well-Known Member
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    Should be in the root forum, but that's OK. ADB is accessed by typing ADB commands directly from your computer's command prompt while the Droid is connected.



    Flash the kernel:

    -Copy the .img (kernel) file to the root of your SDCard.
    -Unmount but leave the Droid plugged into USB and turn on USB Debugging mode.
    -Power down the phone, reboot into recovery (assuming you know how to do this - X and power button)
    -Select "Mount Options", mount System then SDCard.
    -Don't touch the phone
    -Type in your PC command prompt:

    adb shell
    /system/bin/flash_image boot /sdcard/kernelname.img
    exit

    -Obviously, replace "kernelname" with the proper name of the file that you have.
    -Unmount SDCard and System
    -Back out to the main menu and select reboot from SPRecovery.


    If your WiFi is broken:

    -Download the WiFi fix
    -Put it on the root of your SDCard
    -Follow the process above to boot into recovery and mount the systems
    -Type in your PC command prompt:

    adb shell
    cat /system/lib/modules/tiwlan_drv.ko /system/lib/modules/tiwlan_drv.ko.bak
    cat /sdcard/tiwlan_drv.ko /system/lib/modules/tiwlan_drv.ko
    busybox chmod 0644 /system/lib/modules/tiwlan_drv.ko
    exit
     
  5. jimbubba3

    jimbubba3 Well-Known Member
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    Could someone tell me what I need to download to get adb, and walk me through how to install it. I had no problems rooting and I am on my 6th rom now but I am just lost on the whole adb thing. I downloaded the ask and when I went to command I typed adb shell and it did nothing but I don't think I even installed it right.


    Ok so I figured out adb, now when I run the command that I was given to flash tazs 1300 kernel it says error, file or directory not found, any ideas?

    EDIT: I got it! It was alot easier than I thought it was. I must have been typing something wrong. Tried taz's 1300 kernel- too unstable a bunch of fc's.
     
  6. vincentp

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    Did those directions work for you?

    I've heard that 1300 is very unstable. Haven't personally tried anything over 1000.
     

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