So I was wondering. If I make a backup with this kernel and CM9 set to (set this clock speed on boot), can I restore the boot sector from the backup and get back to the kernel with the clock speed that I know works? Currently I'm slowly incrementing the clock speed and running benchmarks to test stability, but having to reflash everything every time it starts bootlooping is getting frustrating.
Again, a version of the kernel that defaults to 1.5GHz and allows the user to set the actual overclock value would be awesome. Sorry for bugging you so much HONO!, its just you're the only person who has the power to make my phone not suck!
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Originally Posted by aquariuz23
Yup, your box is out of bandwidth
Was gonna download the CM9 kernel but can't. Please fix
Also, I haven't been following the progress of this thread, but is there anything I need to know about installing this with Arcee's CM9? Thanks!
Install CM9, install GAPPS, install kernel
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