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[APP] RogueTools v1.1 - [Overclock & Change Screen Density] - [Updated: 04/27/2010]

21st April 2010, 03:00 AM   |  #1  
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I now present you with RogueTools v1.1.
  • Summary:
    • This application is designed for the Vogue, Kaiser, Polaris and Nike devices. It allows you to dynamically overclock your device as well as change the screen density.

  • Requirements:
    • This application requires write access to your /system so this will only work on EXT2 and NAND installations.

  • Overclocking Notes:
    • Overclocking results will vary. Based upon the beta test results everyone was able to Overclock to 500mhz and have very stable results. Above this results really were mixed. Give it a try, I'd love to hear your results.

  • To download, search in the market for "RogueTools"


  • Screenshots:



    Before (400mhz) and After (500mhz) CaffeineMark Benchmark




  • HUGE thanks to all of the beta testers. You guys did an outstanding job!:
    • citrit, cp0020, damianiw, DmK75, dzo, GriloVirante, Incubus26jc, inertone, jnadke, mblaster, Millence, mssmison, paipo, pyrator, scouzer, vrflyer


  • Disclaimer:
    • As always, I’m not responsible for anything that happens to your phone while using these files.


  • Future Versions:
    • I'm looking for some creative ideas on other additions you'd like to see added to this application. So if you have some thoughts, please let me know.

  • Changelog:
    • 04/27/2010
      • Added device support for Nike
    • 04/24/2010
      • Version 1
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21st April 2010, 03:01 AM   |  #2  
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Overclocking significantly reduce battery life?
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sweet, I dont have to keep it secret anymore haha. Great job myn!! I havent had any issues with this in the month ive been using it.
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Originally Posted by fldash

Overclocking significantly reduce battery life?

I've kept mine clocked at 500mhz for the past couple of weeks and haven't noticed a huge degrade in battery performance.

What's your results been like Incubus?
21st April 2010, 03:09 AM   |  #6  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by myn

I've kept mine clocked at 500mhz for the past couple of weeks and haven't noticed a huge degrade in battery performance.

What's your results been like Incubus?

No difference in batterylife no matter what im clocking at. Do i need to upgrade? Is the final version changed from the version im using?
21st April 2010, 03:11 AM   |  #7  
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Originally Posted by incubus26jc

No difference in batterylife no matter what im clocking at. Do i need to upgrade? Is the final version changed from the version im using?

Just a few minor tweaks. Mostly cosmetic. Probably worth the upgrade anyways.
21st April 2010, 03:13 AM   |  #8  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by myn

I've kept mine clocked at 500mhz for the past couple of weeks and haven't noticed a huge degrade in battery performance.

What's your results been like Incubus?

i didnt have any problems at all. ran faster/ battery life was good. like incubus said....don't have to keep it a secret anymore lol
21st April 2010, 03:46 AM   |  #9  
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oh noes i was forgotten as a beta tester lol

my results if anyone was wondering was a stable 550mhz 24/7.
21st April 2010, 03:55 AM   |  #10  
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I see you got the density changing script working?

Cool app.

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