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[APP] Andrev OC Adjuster.

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By TrymHansen, Senior Member on 10th October 2011, 04:52 AM
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Here's a little something I originally cooked up for the users of Topogigi ROMs, but works on any ROM which has the Andrev OC daemon installed.

It's an app with which you can adjust the OC-daemons settings, and apply them immediately.

Usage should be self-explanatory, ask in this thread if you have any questions.

WARNING: Remember that you may get an unstable phone if you overclock too high. Not all phones can handle high overclocks, especially not over time. I advise you to never go above 1216Mhz, even if it seems stable at higher frequencies.


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10th October 2011, 06:10 AM |#2  
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No, question
Works fine here (v1.9 with HP Kernel 1.1)
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No, question
Works fine here (v1.9 with HP Kernel 1.1)
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Thanks, good to know it's working on another kernel.
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It reboots my phone when I use restart oc daemon button! Otherwise it works fine :)
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It reboots my phone when I use restart oc daemon button! Otherwise it works fine :)

Ooh, that's bad. Which Topogigi version, and which kernel? (And did you overclock too high?)
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Ooh, that's bad. Which Topogigi version, and which kernel? (And did you overclock too high?)

Same here, unfortunately. Topogigi 1.9 / HP 24BPP 1.1

OC 1216; undervolt =50
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Same here, unfortunately. Topogigi 1.9 / HP 24BPP 1.1

OC 1216; undervolt =50

Same here
But great app

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10th October 2011, 07:50 AM |#8  
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Same here, unfortunately. Topogigi 1.9 / HP 24BPP 1.1

OC 1216; undervolt =50

Ok. My app does nothing more that kill the daemon and start it again, so that's probably what crashes the phone.

I really don't know the specifics of the HP kernel, but please, anyone who experiences this, please test under stable conditions, no undervolting, no overclocking, just try to save settings while already running at 800-1016 and restart the daemon then. If it still happens I'd appreciate if you can catch a logcat of what happens right before the reboot. (the OC daemon spits out some messages when it starts.)

Off to bed now, will attend to this tomorrow.
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Add undervolt in your program!!!
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It reboots my phone when I use restart oc daemon button! Otherwise it works fine :)

I've to remove the battery when I change frecuencies :S

Topogigi 1.9+HP
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