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

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myn

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

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:

    OverClocking.png
    Density.png


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

    CaffeineMarkBefore.png
    CaffeineMarkAfter.png



  • 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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myn

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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?
 

incubus26jc

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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?
 

myn

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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.
 

cp0020

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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
 

myn

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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.

I am soo sorry scouzer :(. I feel like the biggest idiot.

I've updated the first post accordingly.

Sorry about that.
 

vinny13

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Will overclocking make my phone crap out any faster then not? Like bringing it up to 500mHz or where still stable won't make it run too hot and stuff? Just wonderin' cause my phone can get pretty warm with good web use and whatever...

Do want, though.
 

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