Originally Posted by jlevy73
1.3V is not sufficient voltage for the N1, not at the higher frequencies. Dunno why Desire does, don't have one....
I understand the voltage not being sufficient, but can we push the voltage a little higher?
Yes I understand the risks of frying your chip and all, but is it possible
And the Desire has a lot of different hardware compared to the Nexus, such as the TPA2018 speaker amplifier which gives it its louder audio, and hardware keys. People seem to forget that it is
a different device, they don't have the same hardware
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