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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by yeags, Aug 7, 2010.

  1. yeags

    yeags New Member
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    I have a rooted mytouch 3g with CM6RC2. I installed SetCPU and autodetected frequencies. The max it will run at is 576Mhz. I created a setcpu.txt file with the same frequencies it autodetected, but also added a few more with higher frequencies, however setcpu won't run past 576Mhz. Is this the highest I can go or do I need to input specific frequencies in the setcpu.txt file?
     

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  2. Phateless

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    Curious about this too. Btw, how much faster/better does your phone run now that you've rooted? Are you feeling like it might not be necessary to upgrade to a mt3g slide or galaxy s?
     
  3. yeags

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    I've noticed CM6RC2 does run a bit sluggish on the mytouch 3g. I haven't tried any other roms, but I'm sure there are some out there that run great. Right now though, other than a few bugs and force closes I'm pretty satisfied with the mt3g. Rooting your phone is worth it just for the tethering and multitouch capabilities.
    Now if only I could overclock my phone past 576 Mhz I'll be all set. It may just be the kernel I'm running won't support it, I'm not sure.
     
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    Or your CPU... ;)
     
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    So at 1.6, it wouldn't let me go beyond 528, but now at 2.1 it allows me to go up to 576. Is it reliable at that speed?
     
  6. yeags

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    It's been pretty stable at 576 Mhz. I kept an eye on the battery temp for awhile and it doesn't seem to affect it much at all.
     
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    Thanks for the feedback. At what temp would you say it becomes dangerous for the phone?
     

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