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Oops ! So... congratulations, you now have a lamorghini in your pocket
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Oops ! So... congratulations, you now have a lamorghini in your pocket
haha lol
do you know what will happen when 2.3.4 come out?
should i be able to update via OTA or?
(i dont need that update but i am just curious)
 
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do you know what will happen when 2.3.4 come out?
should i be able to update via OTA or?
(i dont need that update but i am just curious)
I don't know but if you do an OTA update with an unlocked bootloader ... Brick !
And if you flash the 2.3.4 firmware i suppose you will loose the overclock kernel.

But i'm sure Doomlord will make a new kernel for the next firmwares
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Quick noob question here, I'm from the X8 forum so forgive my lack of knowledge on bootloaders, but can ssomeone explain to me what they are and what they do?

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I'm not a pro also but the bootloader is the program that allows your system to boot. If it's unlocked, you can flash custom roms (CyanogenMod, MIUI ...), custom kernels, and use a recovery mode.

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Oooh, makes sense I've noticed the bootloader on the X8 has just been unlocked but custom roms have been around for a while. ( I'd thank you if the app allowed me to)

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Effectively i did a mistake ! For installing custom rom, a recovery is most of the time needed (and for the neo the bootloader has to be unlocked to have a recovery )

You can have more infos there about the bootloader
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Will overclocking affect on Neo's battery life??


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Yes; sure, but you should not always keep it at 1.9Ghz
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Yes; sure, but you should not always keep it at 1.9Ghz
i am leaving it now on 1200 mHz - ondemand
is that good?

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