Default clocks: 1566Mhz max / 192Mhz min
OverClockable till 2.16Ghz (2157Mhz) !NOT ALL DEVICES CAN HANDLE THIS!
Be EXTREMELY careful when setting something ABOVE 1914Mhz!
L2 Performance Boost @ 1566Mhz (original by faux123)
Disabled above 1890Mhz for stability reasons
GPU 3D Overclock @ 320Mhz
GPU 2D Overclock @ 266Mhz
* based on the outstanding work of dalingrin and the cm-team * Kernel base 188.8.131.52 * KSM support * CIFS * UTF8 encoding (included for CIFS) * Overclocking to 1566Mhz default (max. 1914Mhz) * Min Clock @ 192Mhz default * basic NTFS support * Tweaked ondemand settings to react better while letting cpu1 jump in later * Snapdragon compiler optimization * Global CPU Voltage table used for adjusting voltage table (by snq-) ...- Using System Tuner (or any other compatible app) you can now change the .....Voltage @ each frequency. * ~8% Undervolted till 1566Mhz * L2 Performance Push @ 1566Mhz (Original by faux123) * Overclock till 2157Mhz possible. ALL FREQUENCIES ABOVE 1782Mhz ARE CONSIDERED UNSTABLE! --(I don't want to increase Voltage any further, this will increase the risk of burning your cpu. So if it is unstable, choose a lower clock!) * cleaned code, improved performance
How to install/unistall?
Just flash from recovery. If you can't boot the kernel (invalid size) you probably have installed some other stuff that put kernels in /boot. Currently we are limited to 30MB on that partition, so the kernel could not be written completely. From recovery, mount /boot and just do:
adb shell rm /boot/uImage.CyanogenMod
adb shell mount -o remount,rw /boot rm /boot/uImage.CyanogenMod
This will delete the original stock cm9 kernel and make room for Bricked.
This is, per default, installed as an additional kernel, so your cm9 default kernel will still be there as a fallback.
However it will automatically be set as the default boot option.
If you want to boot into the cm9 kernel for just one time, just choose it. Though wifi will be broken because the modules differ. (pushing the cm9 modules will fix that but break Bricked wifi , how that is done is written a few lines down)
If you want to permanently fallback to the CM9 Kernel for whatever reasons, just extract the ar6000.ko from the cm9 install zip (/system/lib/modules) and do this:
adb shell mount -o remount,rw /boot echo "CyanogenMod" > /boot/moboot.default mount -o remount,rw /system exit adb push C:\path\to\the\cm9\ar6000.ko /system/lib/modules/ar6000.ko adb reboot
If you had previously removed the CM Stock kernel, extract it from the latest cm update and add this line before adb reboot in the above list:
adb push C:\path\to\the\cm9\uImage.CyanogenMod /boot
Where to complain about errors/bugs?
Please use the Issuetracker for bugs/errors/feature wishes!
Issuetracker @ https://code.google.com/p/bricked/issues/entry
IRC Chat: Freenode IRC #bricked
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Use System Tuner or SetCPU to overclock!