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29th June 2011, 12:59 AM |#51  
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Why doesn't this thread have 5 stars yet I just flashed from netarchy's 1.3.5 and this one is just as fast. Everything is running smooth. Btw I'm running miui 1.6.10.

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yea, with james bond kernel and now these i may never use another netarchy kernel again

unless he makes my phone fetch a dr. pepper from the fridge for me lol
 
 
29th June 2011, 01:03 AM |#52  
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What's the James bond kernel? Is that in the GSM nexus s section? Why haven't I heard of this????

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29th June 2011, 01:05 AM |#53  
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Thanks haha.

Btw chew, you can get setcpu and make it 1.2 from there.

But I am going to put the 1.2 in the box right now, so you wont need setcpu, just give me a little bit lol
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29th June 2011, 01:15 AM |#54  
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What's the James bond kernel? Is that in the GSM nexus s section? Why haven't I heard of this????

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james bond is in gsm section, its basically stock + voodoo, bln, and uv and governors. its a very stable and smooth kernel. Im gonna run these here for a bit though
29th June 2011, 02:22 AM |#55  
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Why doesn't this thread have 5 stars yet I just flashed from netarchy's 1.3.5 and this one is just as fast. Everything is running smooth. Btw I'm running miui 1.6.10.

Here is a quick question, I want to overclock this, is it worth buying set CPU or should I just flash cm7 to oc?

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If you search xda for setcpu, the creator provides it free for xda members :)

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29th June 2011, 02:33 AM |#56  
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If you search xda for setcpu, the creator provides it free for xda members :)

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you wont need it in about 5 minutes, he made them run at 1.2 out of box ive been running for about an hour and it works very well.
29th June 2011, 02:35 AM |#57  
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And voila! 1.2 out of the box!
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29th June 2011, 06:35 AM |#58  
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Installing now.... ill reply with some feedback
29th June 2011, 12:50 PM |#59  
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Cool! Yeah, Plz tell me how it is!

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29th June 2011, 01:40 PM |#60  
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Only issue is coming out of sleep it takes a few seconds for lockscreen to turn on.. other then that seems pretty stable. Good job!

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