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By mscooksey21, Member on 2nd August 2014, 05:46 AM
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2nd August 2014, 07:43 PM |#11  
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You'll know it's official status by going into about phone from settings, general tab.

When that sticks, it'll no longer read "custom."

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Got it. Will report back soon.
 
 
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You'll know it's official status by going into about phone from settings, general tab.

When that sticks, it'll no longer read "custom."

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Okay so here's the update. I did a full un root return to stock, wiped data, and re rooted/ installed a game and it happened again. Frequencies reverted back to an even lower 1.4ghz almost instantly. I'm at a loss. It only happens when I start up a game. And I know it didn't do this at one point but I don't remember what was different or what i changed from back then.
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Got it. Will report back soon.

Any ideas brotha?
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You'll know it's official status by going into about phone from settings, general tab.

When that sticks, it'll no longer read "custom."

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Any ideas brotha?
3rd August 2014, 02:45 AM |#15  
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Okay so here's the update. I did a full un root return to stock, wiped data, and re rooted/ installed a game and it happened again. Frequencies reverted back to an even lower 1.4ghz almost instantly. I'm at a loss. It only happens when I start up a game. And I know it didn't do this at one point but I don't remember what was different or what i changed from back then.

That game is messing with your phone. I suggest going completely Stockish DeOdex NC5, adding Beast kernel, SetCPU, and try over clocking your device.

No games.

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That game is messing with your phone. I suggest going completely Stockish DeOdex NC5, adding Beast kernel, SetCPU, and try over clocking your device.

No games.

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It does it for any game I play. gta, mc4, mc5,rr3,etc..
3rd August 2014, 02:55 AM |#17  
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It does it for any game I play. gta, mc4, mc5,rr3,etc..

I'm not knowledgeable about games and your inability to overclock your device.

I am quite clear on the process of elimination and gauging your ability to accomplish a task and rule out the root cause.

For now, stock, rooted, DeOdex rom, simple overclocking app, and kernel capable of doing same.

My suggestion stands.

No games, tell us if you're able to overclock your CPU at all.

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I'm not knowledgeable about games and your inability to overclock your device.

I am quite clear on the process of elimination and gauging your ability to accomplish a task and rule out the root cause.

For now, stock, rooted, DeOdex rom, simple overclocking app, and kernel capable of doing same.

My suggestion stands.

No games, tell us if you're able to overclock your CPU at all.

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Will do. Thank you kindly.
5th August 2014, 10:32 AM |#19  
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When I had the "touchwiz dvfs" enabled none of my oc settings would stick. Just a thought if you could disable that maybe it'll help. There's an xposed module that allows for it.

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