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    Post [KERNEL] 2.55 GHz overclock for SHIELD (need testers!)

    There is a stock image available; just use the factory boot.img with the above instructions to reflash to it.
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    Thread [KERNEL] 2.55 GHz overclock for SHIELD (need testers!)

    2.55 GHz overclock for SHIELD Please help test this - while there is definitely a measurable improvement in performance, it is kind of inconsistent with the sort of increases I'd expect this clock speed to bring. I have been testing this for a few days, and I'm not quite sure whether this is...
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    Post The overclock modules for HTC One XL, should be applicable on our One S

    Thanks for the file. I'll try soon. Also, regarding other versions of the One S, I don't see why this method won't work with the MSM8260A.
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    Post sorry,we cannot s-off,but,we can soff by “white card soff”!!

    He's probably talking about some piece of hardware like the XTC clip.
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    Post The overclock modules for HTC One XL, should be applicable on our One S

    Original OP here. You can undervolt more frequency steps with this method too, but you need to modify the sources. Most phones should have a "nominal" chip, but there's also a "fast" spec with lower voltages at each step. I will write a proper tweakable undervolting driver for the 8960 when...
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    Post [MOD] 1.8GHz+ overclock module for AT&T/Rogers HTC One X/ (One XL)/One S!

    Yep, as I said in the main thread. Try it out on the One S, if it doesn't work, give me a dump of /proc/version and a file from the /system/lib/modules folder and I'll adapt it. It also ought to work on the EVO 4G LTE. I don't have a One S so I can't test it myself. Is it possible to copy those...
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    Post [WIP][DEV] S-Off [off-topic discussion prohibited]

    Can someone with S-OFF post a dump of their /dev/block/mmcblk0p3?
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    Post [S-OFF]Development

    Oops, wrong One X forum, sorry :rolleyes:
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    Post [S-OFF]Development

    Can someone with an S-OFF device post a dump of /dev/block/mmcblk0p3? EDIT: Nevermind, meant to post this in the One XL forum.
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    Post [MOD] 1.8GHz+ overclock module for AT&T/Rogers HTC One X/ (One XL)/One S!

    What does the big number say when you set the max and min to 1.8?
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    Post [MOD] 1.8GHz+ overclock module for AT&T/Rogers HTC One X/ (One XL)/One S!

    Released a new version of the kernel in the topic post: http://www.setcpu.com/files/krait_oc_v2.zip. Let me know how it works out. If it doesn't, this version now has more debug logging, so a dmesg log right after you load the module is very helpful.
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    Post [MOD] 1.8GHz+ overclock module for AT&T/Rogers HTC One X/ (One XL)/One S!

    Yeah, I made a mistake in regards to the directory structure. My mistake - I edited the post to reflect the correct directory that online is in. Your attached log seems to be taken too late in the boot up process. You have to take it immediately after boot up or else it won't catch the crucial...
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    Post [MOD] 1.8GHz+ overclock module for AT&T/Rogers HTC One X/ (One XL)/One S!

    Yeah, you just have to bring core 1 temporarily offline. The overclock fully works with both cores. Thanks for confirming this! I wasn't sure because I compiled it so that it works on my Rogers ROM, and some symbol versions might have differed. Guess not. Modversions is turned on in this...
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    Thread [MOD] 1.8GHz+ overclock module for AT&T/Rogers HTC One X/ (One XL)/One S!

    One XL/AT&T/Rogers One X/One S 1.8GHz overclock module Please let me know about the module's compatibility with your phone. It has been reported to work on the latest AT&T version kernel, and I have a Rogers device myself. Hey guys! I've created a kernel module that overclocks the MSM8960...
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    Post Galaxy Nexus missing physical memory

    Hey Chirality, the rest has been taken by the GPU, Ducati subsystem and the Ion heap. See arch/arm/mach-omap2/board-tuna.c for the bulk of it: #define OMAP_TUNA_ION_HEAP_SECURE_INPUT_SIZE (SZ_1M * 90) #define OMAP_TUNA_ION_HEAP_TILER_SIZE (SZ_128M - SZ_32M) #define...
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    Post GN users on AT&T...here's how I got a 4G HSPA+ plan

    This is what you do. Say you have some numbers (ie. IMEI or credit card number which also uses Luhn) 123456789 Take every other digit and multiply by 2. 1 + 2*2 + 3 + 4*2 + 5 + 6*2 + 7 + 8*2 + 9 = 65 Since you need to add 5 to 65 to get to the next multiple of 10 (65+5 = 70), the last digit...
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    Post GN users on AT&T...here's how I got a 4G HSPA+ plan

    Using a fake Skyrocket II IMEI almost worked for upgrading my unlimited plan to 4G LTE unlimited (Skyrocket IMEI begins with 35728804, with a six digit serial number that you can make up, and a checksum digit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luhn_algorithm) but they told me to go to the store to get...
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    Post [DEVS/KERNEL] Galaxy Nexus 1.4GHz overclock + Undervolting patches

    I've been looking at DCC further and I think I might have something of reasonable stability that can go up to 1.6GHz on (presumably) everyone's devices. I'll need testers soon. EDIT: perhaps I spoke too soon, more testing :( At the very least I made it more stable.
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    Post GN VZW is on for tomorrow(the 9th) @ Best Buy Mobile

    Go back to the Rezound forums then. You don't own a Galaxy Nexus, nor do you plan to own one, and clearly you own a Rezound. Why are you even here? We don't want to hear your justifications for why you decided to spend $298.99 less by buying a Rezound instead of waiting for the VZW Galaxy Nexus.
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    Post [KERNEL] [GPL] [GN] franco.Kernel r398

    Indeed, they made it easy this time. The kernel will detect if the board is maguro (GSM) or toro (CDMA/LTE) and adjust.
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    Post [DEVS/KERNEL] Galaxy Nexus 1.4GHz overclock + Undervolting patches

    I'll post a completely stock kernel (no GPU overclock) with undervolting that when I get the chance. As for "undervolting for noobs," if you don't know what you're doing: Basically, to maintain a certain CPU frequency, you need to feed it a minimum voltage. The minimum voltage for any given...
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    Post Galaxy Nexus' Memory Bandwidth and efficiency puts it ahead of the competition

    The fact is, though, all (or almost all) of these chips would run at 1.5 if DCC worked.
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    Post [DEVS/KERNEL] Galaxy Nexus 1.4GHz overclock + Undervolting patches

    I've tried using DCC for every single frequency and it doesn't work. The latest TRM says it should be good for down to 920MHz so I'm going to test that tonight.
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    Post [DEVS/KERNEL] Galaxy Nexus 1.4GHz overclock + Undervolting patches

    Nah, Colin just disabled 1.5GHz because it simply doesn't work on the Galaxy Nexus as is. Reversing his patch enables 1.5GHz, but with the "stuttering" (so it doesn't really enable 1.5GHz). But maybe we can find a workaround. Basically we've got a clock generator. For frequencies under 1GHz...
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    Post [DEVS/KERNEL] Galaxy Nexus 1.4GHz overclock + Undervolting patches

    It's almost certainly unstable on everyone's devices because of DCC so I'm not making a 1.6GHz binary available right now :(
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    Post [KERNEL] [GPL] [GN] franco.Kernel r398

    The lag should not be related to the voltage. It's related to your specific chip, as we understand it right now. I'm working on a solution, but the overclocking potential of this chip isn't looking that great (even to the supposedly 4460 "stock" 1.5GHz) because of a processor erratum. If it...
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    Post [DEVS/KERNEL] Galaxy Nexus 1.4GHz overclock + Undervolting patches

    Yeah, I mentioned the GPU power consumption problem in the OP (or one of my subsequent replies). I haven't tried running the GPU at 384MHz when the core is at the lower voltage though ("undervolting the GPU" I guess), but an interesting thing to note is that my phone will run the GPU at 512MHz...
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    Post [DEVS/KERNEL] Galaxy Nexus 1.4GHz overclock + Undervolting patches

    Some things to note: My device does not have a PRE_RTP chip. The value of CONTROL_STD_FUSE_OPP_DPLL_1 is 0x1. IIRC the default value of CONTROL_DPLL_NWELL_TRIM_0 on my device (before writing anything to it) seems to be 0x33 (0b110011) so I did not think I needed to increase it. I did try...
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    Post [DEVS/KERNEL] Galaxy Nexus 1.4GHz overclock + Undervolting patches

    The lack of a NEON benchmark is a bug that I'll just fix.
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    Post [DEVS/KERNEL] Galaxy Nexus 1.4GHz overclock + Undervolting patches

    I wonder if we can just use CLKOUTX2_M3 and DCC all the time (the TRM says we can't). Try going real low for one of the higher frequencies, ie. 1000 mV. It'll lock up instantly. My heat testing does show these are being applied, and I can boot up at 1150mV hard coded in the kernel too. I...
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    Post [DEVS/KERNEL] Galaxy Nexus 1.4GHz overclock + Undervolting patches

    Posted. As for 384MHz GPU, that's what the GPU is supposed to be at - Google reduced the GPU speed in the final build to save on a bit of battery, but in my experience some UV balances that out nicely. I can't lock to 1.5GHz with DCC off (see bigxie's 1.4GHz dmesg - the same thing happens), but...
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    Post [DEVS/KERNEL] Galaxy Nexus 1.4GHz overclock + Undervolting patches

    Yes. Just do an adb reboot bootloader during the boot animation. Or, to be extra safe, use fastboot boot instead of fastboot flash until you find stable voltages. Or, if you want, press "menu" in SetCPU's main tab and extract the safe mode zip to the internal memory. If things go haywire, boot...
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    Post [DEVS/KERNEL] Galaxy Nexus 1.4GHz overclock + Undervolting patches

    It's the exact problem bigxie is having, except I get it at 1.5. bigxie: thanks for the dmesg, that answers a lot. I *have* gotten the phone to boot at faster speeds, which should also remedy the problem illustrated above. But it is not consistently stable. It's really weird. It's an issue...
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    Thread [DEVS/KERNEL] Galaxy Nexus 1.4GHz overclock + Undervolting patches

    This is a *clean* kernel based on the latest sources in AOSP (with the volume down interference fix), but also adds an undervolting interface and a 1.4GHz speed step, and brings the GPU to 384MHz instead of 307MHz. It also uses paulobrien's ramdisk for unsecure adb. :) As with everything, use...
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    Post [KERNEL] [GPL] [GN] franco.Kernel r398

    No, but I'm working on implementing that at the kernel level.
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    Post How Google fixed the volume bug

    I told people in the other thread that all that was needed was a little debouncing, and I was right :p
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    Post [KERNEL] [GPL] [GN] franco.Kernel r398

    The thing is it seems to work for some people but not others… that's what makes it hard :(
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    Post [KERNEL] [GPL] [GN] franco.Kernel r398

    Looks like the choppiness at 1.4GHz is happening for some people, but not others. I get the choppiness at 1.5, but not 1.4. It's really weird and seems to be device-specific thus far. The solution for it is to turn on Duty Cycle Correction, but that crashes the phone. Trying to figure out how to...
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    Post [KERNEL] [GPL] [GN] franco.Kernel r398

    I'm working on an overclock higher than 1.4GHz, but as a note, GPU has gone to 512MHz for me. I'm not sure how stable it is. Patch if anyone wants it, it's pretty simple: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/36553/1_4GHz_oc The problem now is that reaching 1.5GHz+ requires something called DCC (Duty Cycle...
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    Post [KERNEL] [GPL] [GN] franco.Kernel r398

    I'm working on it. It's not that easy.
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    Post [OVERCLOCK]XT860/XT862 Overclock

    The sensor is probably exposed somewhere else in the Droid 3 kernel, or isn't exposed at all (it does exist on all OMAP4s though, as it did on OMAP3s). I just wanted to know if it was just me. Something's definitely amiss at least with my Galaxy Nexus, though. Stock clocks: <4>[ 1180.396820]...
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    Post [OVERCLOCK]XT860/XT862 Overclock

    I'm working on the Galaxy Nexus, which uses a similar SoC (OMAP 4460). I suspect that these TI OMAP4s have bad temperature problems, and the Droid 3 may be no different - would you guys please do a stress test (of any sort, just stress the cores to 100%) at various overclocked speeds and run...
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    Post Do you have an issue with Galaxy Nexus volume changing automatically? (Updated 01.12)

    Thanks for that log - I actually built my solution on it. :) From that log, as I gathered before, the period between overflows is in the order of fractions of a second. That means the period between interrupts must be much smaller than that. No human could do that, so there is a software way...
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    Post Do you have an issue with Galaxy Nexus volume changing automatically? (Updated 01.12)

    Okay, let's go through a scenario. Say interference causes an interrupt for "volume down pressed" to register and "volume up pressed" to register every 50 milliseconds (just as an example - it probably oscillates much faster than this). Scenario 1: We get a fake "volume down pressed" at t = 0...
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    Post Do you have an issue with Galaxy Nexus volume changing automatically? (Updated 01.12)

    Yes, that would be easy. I would try it and even try to write a fix, but unfortunately, I don't have anything in my house that could possibly generate a 900MHz signal. I think my "pseudo-debouncing" solution wouldn't even require careful timing. (Google's engineers are smarter than I am and...
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    Post Do you have an issue with Galaxy Nexus volume changing automatically? (Updated 01.12)

    Every time we get a volume down pressed interrupt, we repeat this process. So if the user presses the volume down switch in the meantime, we ignore the original volume down pressed signal, and start calculating from the last volume down pressed signal (actuated by the user). But, you say...
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    Post Do you have an issue with Galaxy Nexus volume changing automatically? (Updated 01.12)

    If you fix it on the lowest level possible in the kernel and do it efficiently, nothing should log to logcat, and there should be just the tiniest minimal performance impact. If you fix it on the firmware level, it would be completely transparent to the user. I mention that. It's very similar...
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    Post Do you have an issue with Galaxy Nexus volume changing automatically? (Updated 01.12)

    Okay, let me step in again and say that the people who are saying "bullshit on software fix" either don't know what they're talking about or aren't thinking hard enough. From what I understand, this problem is entirely fixable at either the kernel level or the firmware level. I posted that I...
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    Post Do you have an issue with Galaxy Nexus volume changing automatically? (Updated 01.12)

    Yes, a damn software fix is possible (in the kernel, yes, the kernel, even if this problem occurs in the bootloader which doesn't run on Linux kernel), and I'll try tomorrow when I get my GN from Handtec (I told them to ship anyway). The key is pressed and released very quickly when a 900MHz...
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    Post [MOD] EVO 3D Overclocked to 1.8GHz!

    No, there isn't any way to rmmod the overclock module, sorry. It think it's something to do with how the original kernel was compiled.