(APP NAME CHANGED TO SOMETHING MORE APPROPRIATE)
This is an Android application developed to change the panel frequency for Novatek Panels for the Sprint HTC EVO 4G, in conjunction with ffolkes' Novatek Kernel and netarchy's Kernel,
and any kernel that has maejrep's T2 Interface built in. Every device is different, and with that, those specified kernel's default settings may or may not be optimized with your device.
With this application, you can change those settings on the fly and find the best setting for your device.
[ Please use this application with extreme caution! I am not responsible for any damage this may cause to your device. ]
-HTC EVO 4G
-Android 2.1 +
-Any custom kernel that is built off of toastcfh's htc source
-Use as an fps frequency turbo switch for when you need extra fps.
-Use as a debugging tool to test frequencies.
-Use to keep frequency settings even beyond reboots. (new)
-340 [Stock] is how HTC intended the EVO to be. This frequency works out to 61hz, but we are capped at 30hz.
-370 [Kernel Default] sets the panel frequency lower than stock, yet provides most around 55fps.
-250 [Stable High Freq] sets the panel frequency higher than stock, which usually gives around 40fps.
-400 [Stable Low Freq] - V2's setting.
-Favorite Setting - Find the most stable setting, and if it's not one of the listed, then "Set Favorite".
-Sticky Settings - Now you can reboot and not have to re-apply your settings!
You can put arbitrary settings here, but be warned this may mess up your screen, but usually you can reboot your phone
to change it back to default. Minimum Recommended: 250 Maximum Recommended: 999.
Please do not go lower then the minimum recommended of 250, nor higher than the maximum recommended 999.
-Changed app name from Evo Switch to NovaFreq (Novatek Frequency / Freek)
-Totally redid code, should be more optimized.
-Frequencies stick beyond a reboot
-Changed a few of the defaults
-Changed back sleep time to 500ms so the current displayed setting can update (v1.2.1)
Don't be alarmed if you see NovaFreq running in the background. To be able to sticky settings beyond a reboot, NovaFreq has to be run at boot up.
After that you can kill NovaFreq if you want, android will kill it when needed so don't worry.
ffolkes, netarchy, maejrep, toastcfh, halfline, Cicitrize, geyes30, kpkimmel, joeykrim, and many others involved in trying to uncap the EVO.