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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by schmaltzy, May 24, 2011.

  1. schmaltzy

    schmaltzy Newbie
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    I just rooted my T-BOLT!!!

    Came from a D1 about a month ago and I love my T-Bolt so much I decided to root! :)

    Just threw Das BAMF on there and so far so good. But I go to use SetCPU and I get FC's like crazy when I try to change the MAX clock speed. Suggestions?
     



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  2. schmaltzy

    schmaltzy Newbie
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    Nevermind......I must have had something mess up with the APK when installing it though Titanium. I uninstalled it, reinstalled it, and it worked fine!
     
  3. ahoogst

    ahoogst Well-Known Member

    What setting are you using for the governor? The "ondemand" profile is pretty self explanatory but I haven't been able to find much info on smartass other than it's similar to interactive, but better...
     
  4. schmaltzy

    schmaltzy Newbie
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    All I can tell ya is that I leave it on "ondemand."
     
  5. Dex

    Dex Android Enthusiast

    I never figured it out either. I actually gave up on SetCPU by 1.6.3 because I had some issues with it in previous NTE versions of BAMF. The toolkit does a decent job of handling everything.
     
  6. ahoogst

    ahoogst Well-Known Member

    Yeah I'm using the toolkit as well. Do I need to leave "Apply on boot" checked for the governor to be applied? Last time I did that I think I got an error after rebooting.
     
  7. ridobe

    ridobe Guest

    I'm assuming you mean "unclean shutdown". If so, it's because you ran speedtweak.sh. That runs the show as far as booting up. Applying on boot (toolkit only, not TiB) will cause this.
     

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