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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mikeydooodie, Nov 15, 2010.

  1. mikeydooodie

    mikeydooodie Android Enthusiast
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    after 12 hours yesterday i think i got my phone to where i want it. Fabs REVO apex with circle battery mod, all bloatware/apps i dont use gone. and i feel like i have a brand new phone. is there anything im missing out on that i should get? mind you yesterday was the first time i tried to root it was a whole day of messing up fixing it restoring and all that nonsense lol
     

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    Have you considered overclocking your X?
     
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    im pretty sure the rom im running overclocks it to 1.1 im fine with that i dont need to mess with that stuff unless its idiot proof through an app and not terminal
     
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    Using Jrummy16's Droid X overclock app is pretty idiot proof. It only requires a little testing to see what works best with your set up, but its well worth it.
     
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    Yes it is, the only thing I would add it not to have the settings "apply on boot" until you've used the same settings for several days without any issues.
     
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    Agreed! It only takes a second to set scaling freq., I dont really see a need to ever have it set @ boot.
     
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    Anyone know why I cant run run it at low voltage more than 1.3 without freezing? Is the rubix 1.6 already overclocked or something?
     
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    Your post doesn't make a lot of sense but keep in mind that each phone is different. Whereas I can't take mine past 1.15 GHz, some are able to get it to scream at 1.45 GHz. You just have to play around with it.
     
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    yeah ive been running smoothly with 1.2 on ultra low voltage. i moved it up to 1.25 while it ran well for about 10 hours all of a sudden it rebooted so i put it back to 1.2 ill try to move it back to 1.25 tomorrow or something
     

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