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my one v is also lagging while I'm playing dead trigger
 
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Dead trigger runs perfectly for me on cm9 with 1.5ghz

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Can Gangsta Rio be supported on HTC One V?
Yes but it isn't visible on play store. Found the app and ran it. Quite laggy. Unlock bl and root and overclock can solve the problem.

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I have a problem with games "pausing" by themselves intermittently on certain games (Candy Crush Saga, Temple Run Oz, etc.) does any body know why?
Strange, didn't happen on my phone. Factory reset may help or overclock?

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Ohh yeah i have already finished Gangastar rio on my htc one v.And the game is awesome.
 
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Strange, didn't happen on my phone. Factory reset may help or overclock?

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I just installed MySENSE 3.5 so I could run OC but I'm not too sure I should I don't want to overheat it and burn it out, it's already running quite warm while gaming. Any suggestions on how much I should juice?
 
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just like mr_nooby said, overclock the cpu using a custom kernel to remove lag in games.
 
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I'm completely new to android, and just got a HOV 3 days ago. Alot of games run great, others do not. GTA III started, but ran at about 1-2 FPS. lol. I've tried way too many roms and kernels over these days. Out of what I could find and get working CM10 seems best on hellboy kernel. I have Lionheart, 800-1497, Deadline. Are you guys OCing your GPU as well? What can I use to do that that wouldn't interfere with the OC in CM10? Can some of you guys let me know exactly which rom, and kernel you are using that these games run good on? Maybe I'm just expecting too much. Asphalt 7 lags pretty good on mine, Shadowgun: Deadzone runs ok though. What do you do with 16bit Transparency and Surface Improvement? Id love to play a smooth HD game, haven't yet. Thanks.
 
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i have also cm10 with hellboys kernel, oc to 1.8gHz and i can play games smooth, so maybe a little more oc ;p. btw my governor is performance.

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i have also cm10 with hellboys kernel, oc to 1.8gHz and i can play games smooth, so maybe a little more oc ;p. btw my governor is performance.

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1.8? Wow. Dosent the "Performance" one make it run at that speed always? Risky stuff. Are you doing Min/Max 1800? CM10-20121208? Any mods?

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