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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by KrippyKreme, Aug 29, 2011.

  1. KrippyKreme

    KrippyKreme Android Enthusiast
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    So, I just flashed MIUI to diversify my style. How do I achieve overclocking with this ROM installed? It looks really good, but I'd like to have some speed, too. Also, is MMS working correctly with this ROM?
     



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  2. McLovlein13

    McLovlein13 Android Enthusiast

    mms works and i use cpu master from the market. the kernal is already overclock-able. but if you want the smartass governor, download Tiamat Kernal from the ROM/Root thread
     
  3. thetomlin2

    thetomlin2 Guest

    McLovlein13: If i helped you, Toss me a thanks, Thanks

    For the record, I agree 100% ... but I dont know about asking for it man
     
  4. KrippyKreme

    KrippyKreme Android Enthusiast
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    Is GPS working correctly with MIUI?
     
  5. McLovlein13

    McLovlein13 Android Enthusiast

    Good point, i was bored one night and i couldnt think of a good sig.. ill change it

    mine works, but is a little off. that said i live in a town of 1000 people, so no GPS is perfect for me
     
  6. KrippyKreme

    KrippyKreme Android Enthusiast
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    Thanks bro. I can't believe I hyped up Virtuous Unity so much. It's good, but I do believe I like this better.
     
  7. Lagos

    Lagos Well-Known Member

    I've been using MIUI for a few days now. Everything works perfectly. Its really an impressive rom and feels more snappy than Sense and gps works perfectly.

    The only issue i had with it was that the in call volume was kind of low compared to the stock kernel (known issue with AOSP kernels), but installing the Tiamat kernel resolves this issue.
     
  8. KrippyKreme

    KrippyKreme Android Enthusiast
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    Is tiamat found in ROM Manager anywhere?
     
  9. McLovlein13

    McLovlein13 Android Enthusiast

    not ROM manager, but an app called Kernal Manager. makes it very easy to keep it updated
     
  10. KrippyKreme

    KrippyKreme Android Enthusiast
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    Does it just install and reboot and that's that?

    Update: Just downloaded Kernel Manager. Is Tiamat stable? Only 58 downloads for INC2 and 2.4 rating?
     
  11. McLovlein13

    McLovlein13 Android Enthusiast

    yes very stable atleast with MIUI, i dont know who rated it so bad but i love it

    and yeah just click on it, it does the rest
     
  12. Lagos

    Lagos Well-Known Member

    Its stable and works great.
    Keep in mind that not everyone uses kernel manager to install it or bothers to rate the rom in kernel manager.
    I download mine through their website, and install through ROM manager.
     
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  13. KrippyKreme

    KrippyKreme Android Enthusiast
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    So, other than being able to overclock this thing to nearly 2ghz, what's the purpose of Tiamat? What good does it do for my phone?

    Thanks for the responses by the way!
     
  14. McLovlein13

    McLovlein13 Android Enthusiast

    Lagos is right, most people havent even heard of kernal manager

    Tiamat is a little quicker than the stock CM kernal, and it has the smartass governor, which in my opinion, is the best for speed and battery
     
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  15. KrippyKreme

    KrippyKreme Android Enthusiast
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    What's a good, consistent, maximum mhz to stay around? Surely 2024mhz would rape your battery and maybe ruin the phone?

    FYI: Don't overclock to 2035mhz. I tried it twice and I had to do a battery pull to unfreeze the phone.
     
  16. McLovlein13

    McLovlein13 Android Enthusiast

    different phones can handle different frequencies. i stay at 1344, but play around with it.
     
  17. KrippyKreme

    KrippyKreme Android Enthusiast
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    Thanks broham. All is well.
     
  18. KrippyKreme

    KrippyKreme Android Enthusiast
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    Just noticed that the camera is slow and sucky with MIUI and Tiamat. Anyone else having this problem?
     
  19. Lagos

    Lagos Well-Known Member

    Try setting the picture size to 8mp. There is a known bug with it at the default 6mp that its set to.
     
  20. Lagos

    Lagos Well-Known Member

    BTW, Im getting really amazing battery life with this rom and the Tiamat kernel. At the end of the day (15hours or so since unplugged) I still have 44% battery life while the stock rom would be getting close to being plugged in right now.
     
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  21. KrippyKreme

    KrippyKreme Android Enthusiast
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    Anyone update their MIUI? I'm getting much better battery life now with it and Tiamat.
     
  22. TheAtheistReverend

    TheAtheistReverend Anybody want a peanut?
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    Just decided to try 1.9.2 and I love it so far. I tried MIUI before but got tired of the iPhone-like setup. Gonna give it another try here.
    Hope to hear about other's experience with the new version too.
     
  23. KrippyKreme

    KrippyKreme Android Enthusiast
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    It's cool once you download a ton of themes, icons, lockscreens, etc. I like the smartass governor, too.
     
  24. TTupa

    TTupa Member

    The MIUI updater is awesome! Incredibly painless and you're up on the new version in 5 mins. I run Launcher Pro on top of MIUI so that I can keep my sense-like widgets. I love the messenger and music apps though. Plus, theming is ridiculously easy and fun.
     
  25. KrippyKreme

    KrippyKreme Android Enthusiast
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    I had ADW on top of it, but lately i'm bored with other launchers. I need to learn how to create a launcher and sell it.
     

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