[APP] WiMoSpeed: [2011-09-20] V1.09

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iwfratz

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Oct 14, 2008
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CAUTION !!!
- USE THIS TOOL AT YOUR OWN RISK !!
- Overclocking your cpu may damage your device.
- Before autostarting the app be sure that your device will not hang.
- backup is always recommended !!


DESCRIPTION :
WiMoSpeed lets you change the CPU-speed. In opposite to other tools, even to the predecessor OverClockTool (OCT), it manipulates the values WM uses for clock control. So it works reliable on battery and AC without any scripting or active components.


USAGE :
- WiMoSpeed needs .NET CF 3.5
- Download and install the CAB
- Start WiMoSpeed.exe. If it reports that it cannot identify your ROM: read LIMITATIONS/PROBLEMS
- Select Speed
- Set Speed
- Exit WiMoSpeed.exe
- Your device still runs with speed you set


Auto start WiMoSpeed to desired speed:
Note: one advantage to installing WiMoSpeed to storage card is that if device ever won't boot at new speed, the card can be removed and the device will boot at original speed.

  1. MOST IMPORTANT: Ensure WinMoSpeed will function safely on your device at desired speed by using it for several days while setting the speed manually.
  2. Run WiMoSpeed, set to desired speed, click "create link with current settings". This will create a lnk file under the install directory, usually "/Program Files/WiMoSpeed" or "/Storage Card/Program Files/WiMoSpeed".
  3. Copy that lnk file to the "/Windows/Start Up" folder.
  4. Reboot device.
  5. Run WiMoSpeed to verify "current CPU speed" is correct.

LIMITATIONS / PROBLEMS
I am working on this in my spare time, beside my job, my mate and some other interest. I own a Rhodium-device only, so I can not reproduce errors on other devices and debugging is very difficult and time-consuming. Be patient.

WiMoSpeed supports Qualcomm MSM7200 (and compatible) and is actually limited to ROMs of
  • Rhodium,
  • RhodiumW
  • Topaz
  • Blackstone
  • Whitestone / Imagio
  • Raphael / Fuze
  • Diamond
  • Kovsky / Xperia
  • Quartz
  • Pure
  • test (!) support for Jade, Panther, Mega and Rose

!!! If you have a device listed above and WiMoSpeed could not identify your ROM please post here what part of your ROM WiMoSpeed couldn't identify (OEMXIP and / or RADIO-ROM) and include a download-link of your ROM (OS, RADIO) !!! Otherwise I will ignore your post. Thank you.

If you are going to report an error please include the ROM identification of WiMoSpeed shown in the GUI (e.g. OS "Rhod016 / PLL2", Radio "4.49.25.91")

TECHNIQUE
Basically WiMoSpeed is hardware-independent, because it lets WM change clock speed. But I couldn't get WM to switch the clock reliable on request so WiMoSpeed had to switch the clock registers itself on setting a new speed.
Therefore WiMoSpeed depends on CPU-hardware, RADIO- and OS-ROM.

Raising or lowering cpu speed didn't change battery drain or device temperature noticeable. So there isn't dynamic clocking in WiMoSpeed, but WM is still controlling and changing cpu-speed on battery.


thanks to
-all donators for the support
-eboelzner for Sense UI SDK
-dmvandijk for the icon
-the internet ;)

TODO-LIST
  • ?

Support for
  • non-HTC MSM7200/7201
  • non-MSM7200/7201
devices is uncertain.

Please do not mirror WiMoSpeed !

Version 1.09
- added support for more OEMXIPs (1xRhodium, 1xTopaz, 1xRaphael)
- added support for more radios (1.11.30F, 3.54.25.25, 1.20.OliNex)
- PINVOKE error should be solved (moved to another compiler)

- test (!) support for Jade, Panther, Mega, Rose and Radios

Version 1.08
- added support for more OEMXIPs (1 x Diamond, 1 x Blackstone)
- added support for more RADIOs (0.93.25.NS16, 1.02.25.32, 1.10.25.18, 1.11.25.71, 1.11.25.76)

Version 1.07 (3.233 views)
- set os-versions in CAB-Information-File, maybe it solves installation problems
- added support for more OEMXIPs (1 x Topaz, 1 x Blackstone)
- added support for more RADIOs (1.02.25.28)

Version 1.06 (6.000 views)
- checks ROM-identification at startup
- support for Pure
- added support for more OEMXIPs
- added support for more RADIOs

Version 1.05
- support for Quartz
- added support for more OEMXIPs
- added support for more RADIOs

Version 1.04
- blackstone problem should be solved now (tested by tsalta with Blac016 / 1.17.25.09)
- added support for more ROMs
- support for Raphael / Fuze, Diamond, Kovsky / Xperia
- GUI shows ROM identification

Version 1.03
- blackstone problem (speed cut in half after sleep) should be solved
- added support for more ROMs
- changes in GUI (you have to create your links again; old ones starts the GUI only)

Version 1.02
- added support for more devices
- added support for more ROMs

Version 1.01
- added support for more OS-ROMs
- added support for more radio-ROM
- new function: restore default speed (528 MHz)

Version 1.00
- Initial release
- Rhodium, RhodiumW
 

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iwfratz

Senior Member
Oct 14, 2008
143
248
radios
  • 0.93.25.NS16
  • 1.00.25.03, 1.00.25.05, 1.00.25.07, 1.00.25.08, 1.00.25.16
  • 1.02.25.11, 1.02.25.19, 1.02.25.28, 1.02.25.32
  • 1.02.35.31
  • 1.08.25.08, 1.08.25.20
  • 1.09.25.07, 1.09.25.08, 1.09.25.14, 1.09.25.23, 1.09.25.23M, 1.09.25.35
  • 1.10.25.18, 1.10.25.25
  • 1.11.25.01, 1.11.25.71, , 1.11.25.76, 1.11.30F
  • 1.12.25.16, 1.12.25.16D3, 1.12.25.16DE, 1.12.25.19
  • 1.13.25.24, 1.13.25.55
  • 1.14.25.05, 1.14.25.24, 1.14.25.35, 1.14.25.55
  • 1.15.25.14, 1.15.25.55
  • 1.16.25.48
  • 1.17.25.09
  • 1.20.OliNex
  • 1.40.00WF
  • 1.87.00WV
  • 1.88.07WV
  • 1.92.00WV
  • 1.96.00WF
  • 2.05.00WV, 2.05.75WVL
  • 2.18.00WV, 2.18.02WV
  • 2.21.00WV
  • 2.23.00WV
  • 2.25.00WVL, 2.25.02.WVL
  • 2.30.00WV
  • 2.32.00WF, 2.32.00WU
  • 2.35.00WV
  • 2.37.00WV
  • 2.49.25.204
  • 3.43.25.19, 3.43.25.19DE
  • 3.44.25.27
  • 3.45.25.14, 3.45.25.21
  • 3.46.25.18, 3.46.25.30
  • 3.54.25.25
  • 4.46.25.24
  • 4.47.25.24
  • 4.48.25.20
  • 4.49.25.05, 4.49.25.17, 4.49.25.57, 4.49.25.77, 4.49.25.88, 4.49.25.91, 4.49.25.94, 4.49.25.95
  • 1.96.10WU
  • 2.23.00WU
  • 2.32.00WU
 
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Erbid

Member
Dec 24, 2007
45
2
Moto G7 Power
Downloading now

I just installed 1.01 and am loving it. Will try 1.02 shortly.

I was in search of the shortcuts created to switch speeds, and can see they should be next to the .exe file. The first post has the info I needed.

Hope to learn more, but this looks very good to me!

Erbid
 

Mang

Member
Apr 4, 2008
35
0
my tp2 now run faster & stable at 748.8Mhz
kwbr Rhodium version 2.2
radio 4.49.25.17


Update!!
change radio to 4.49.25.57 & run at 768Mhz almost a day without SOD.
Thank Iwfratz for your hard work!
 
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ericino

Senior Member
Apr 7, 2007
86
2
Great app, running steady @ 768MHz :)
Never reached that speed before with OCT.
Just couldn't find the 528MHz button until I saw ur just supposed to click "down" 40 times lol
 

oruam57

Senior Member
Aug 27, 2005
306
4
TECHNIQUE
... So there isn't dynamic clocking in WiMoSpeed, but WM is still controlling and changing cpu-speed on battery.

Does this mean that overclock is applied on AC only while WM restores normal (528 MHz) CPU speed on battery ?

Moreover, OCT was a device driver and it checked the CPU speed continuosly (or so I suppose). WiMoSpeed seems to set CPU speed only when run and then leave the CPU to itself (or to WM).

I'm confused :confused:
 

iwfratz

Senior Member
Oct 14, 2008
143
248
Does this mean that overclock is applied on AC only while WM restores normal (528 MHz) CPU speed on battery ?

Moreover, OCT was a device driver and it checked the CPU speed continuosly (or so I suppose). WiMoSpeed seems to set CPU speed only when run and then leave the CPU to itself (or to WM).

I'm confused :confused:

AC or battery doesn't matter using WiMoSpeed.

WM has several settings for cpu-speed (normal, idle, halted).
WiMoSpeed changes the speed settings WM uses for normal working speed. So WM itself takes care for the overclock speed and there is no need for any active component as a device driver or scripting.
 

oruam57

Senior Member
Aug 27, 2005
306
4
AC or battery doesn't matter using WiMoSpeed.

So WiMoSpeed overclocks the CPU when on battery. Good :)

WiMoSpeed changes the speed settings WM uses for normal working speed. So WM itself takes care for the overclock speed and there is no need for any active component as a device driver or scripting.

Yes but on 1st post you say: "But I couldn't get WM to switch the clock reliable on request so WiMoSpeed had to switch the clock registers itself on setting a new speed. Therefore WiMoSpeed depends on CPU-hardware, RADIO- and OS-ROM." So how can WM take care for the overclock speed when WiMoSpeed does not run? I'm still confused :confused:
 

Roadrunner100

Senior Member
May 10, 2009
303
23
Blackstone

I'm running this on my Blackstone. When it keeps the settings (672Mhz), it's snappy and quick.

However, it seems to change the speed down to 326.4 Mhz by itself for no apparent reason.

What am I doing wrong?
 

oruam57

Senior Member
Aug 27, 2005
306
4
My quite old Topaz ROM and Radio (1.39.405.2 (47382) WWE and 3.43.25.19) are not listed on the 1st post.

Nonetheless, WiMoSpeed 1.02 seems to work very well :)
 

iwfratz

Senior Member
Oct 14, 2008
143
248
I'm running this on my Blackstone. When it keeps the settings (672Mhz), it's snappy and quick.

However, it seems to change the speed down to 326.4 Mhz by itself for no apparent reason.

What am I doing wrong?

Give me your OS- and Radio-ROM version and a download-link for them. I will take a look into. I think it is not a mistake you made.
 

iwfratz

Senior Member
Oct 14, 2008
143
248
My quite old Topaz ROM and Radio (1.39.405.2 (47382) WWE and 3.43.25.19) are not listed on the 1st post.

Nonetheless, WiMoSpeed 1.02 seems to work very well :)

Can you give me a download-link for your OS-ROM please.
I suppose that your OS-rom is the same as a already supported one.
 

oruam57

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Aug 27, 2005
306
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aamadorj

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  • Jan 11, 2010
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    Thanks for this WiMoSpeed update, iwfratz. It's a great Xmas gift for me and my Topaz!! :)

    I can report my device is working great at 672.0 MHz. I'll try a higher frequencies later, if everything keeps working perfectly.

    ROM and Radio details are at the signature.
     

    Roadrunner100

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    May 10, 2009
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    Give me your OS- and Radio-ROM version and a download-link for them. I will take a look into. I think it is not a mistake you made.

    Hi,

    Not sure I understand what you mean by Radio-ROM, however - here's all the info I have:

    OS version: 5.2.23151
    Protocol Version: 52.69.25.37U
    Radio version: 1.17.25.09

    Do you need a copy of radio version 1.17.25.09, and a link to the actual Energy Rom I'm using?

    Thanks,
     

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      CAUTION !!!
      - USE THIS TOOL AT YOUR OWN RISK !!
      - Overclocking your cpu may damage your device.
      - Before autostarting the app be sure that your device will not hang.
      - backup is always recommended !!


      DESCRIPTION :
      WiMoSpeed lets you change the CPU-speed. In opposite to other tools, even to the predecessor OverClockTool (OCT), it manipulates the values WM uses for clock control. So it works reliable on battery and AC without any scripting or active components.


      USAGE :
      - WiMoSpeed needs .NET CF 3.5
      - Download and install the CAB
      - Start WiMoSpeed.exe. If it reports that it cannot identify your ROM: read LIMITATIONS/PROBLEMS
      - Select Speed
      - Set Speed
      - Exit WiMoSpeed.exe
      - Your device still runs with speed you set


      Auto start WiMoSpeed to desired speed:
      Note: one advantage to installing WiMoSpeed to storage card is that if device ever won't boot at new speed, the card can be removed and the device will boot at original speed.

      1. MOST IMPORTANT: Ensure WinMoSpeed will function safely on your device at desired speed by using it for several days while setting the speed manually.
      2. Run WiMoSpeed, set to desired speed, click "create link with current settings". This will create a lnk file under the install directory, usually "/Program Files/WiMoSpeed" or "/Storage Card/Program Files/WiMoSpeed".
      3. Copy that lnk file to the "/Windows/Start Up" folder.
      4. Reboot device.
      5. Run WiMoSpeed to verify "current CPU speed" is correct.

      LIMITATIONS / PROBLEMS
      I am working on this in my spare time, beside my job, my mate and some other interest. I own a Rhodium-device only, so I can not reproduce errors on other devices and debugging is very difficult and time-consuming. Be patient.

      WiMoSpeed supports Qualcomm MSM7200 (and compatible) and is actually limited to ROMs of
      • Rhodium,
      • RhodiumW
      • Topaz
      • Blackstone
      • Whitestone / Imagio
      • Raphael / Fuze
      • Diamond
      • Kovsky / Xperia
      • Quartz
      • Pure
      • test (!) support for Jade, Panther, Mega and Rose

      !!! If you have a device listed above and WiMoSpeed could not identify your ROM please post here what part of your ROM WiMoSpeed couldn't identify (OEMXIP and / or RADIO-ROM) and include a download-link of your ROM (OS, RADIO) !!! Otherwise I will ignore your post. Thank you.

      If you are going to report an error please include the ROM identification of WiMoSpeed shown in the GUI (e.g. OS "Rhod016 / PLL2", Radio "4.49.25.91")

      TECHNIQUE
      Basically WiMoSpeed is hardware-independent, because it lets WM change clock speed. But I couldn't get WM to switch the clock reliable on request so WiMoSpeed had to switch the clock registers itself on setting a new speed.
      Therefore WiMoSpeed depends on CPU-hardware, RADIO- and OS-ROM.

      Raising or lowering cpu speed didn't change battery drain or device temperature noticeable. So there isn't dynamic clocking in WiMoSpeed, but WM is still controlling and changing cpu-speed on battery.


      thanks to
      -all donators for the support
      -eboelzner for Sense UI SDK
      -dmvandijk for the icon
      -the internet ;)

      TODO-LIST
      • ?

      Support for
      • non-HTC MSM7200/7201
      • non-MSM7200/7201
      devices is uncertain.

      Please do not mirror WiMoSpeed !

      Version 1.09
      - added support for more OEMXIPs (1xRhodium, 1xTopaz, 1xRaphael)
      - added support for more radios (1.11.30F, 3.54.25.25, 1.20.OliNex)
      - PINVOKE error should be solved (moved to another compiler)

      - test (!) support for Jade, Panther, Mega, Rose and Radios

      Version 1.08
      - added support for more OEMXIPs (1 x Diamond, 1 x Blackstone)
      - added support for more RADIOs (0.93.25.NS16, 1.02.25.32, 1.10.25.18, 1.11.25.71, 1.11.25.76)

      Version 1.07 (3.233 views)
      - set os-versions in CAB-Information-File, maybe it solves installation problems
      - added support for more OEMXIPs (1 x Topaz, 1 x Blackstone)
      - added support for more RADIOs (1.02.25.28)

      Version 1.06 (6.000 views)
      - checks ROM-identification at startup
      - support for Pure
      - added support for more OEMXIPs
      - added support for more RADIOs

      Version 1.05
      - support for Quartz
      - added support for more OEMXIPs
      - added support for more RADIOs

      Version 1.04
      - blackstone problem should be solved now (tested by tsalta with Blac016 / 1.17.25.09)
      - added support for more ROMs
      - support for Raphael / Fuze, Diamond, Kovsky / Xperia
      - GUI shows ROM identification

      Version 1.03
      - blackstone problem (speed cut in half after sleep) should be solved
      - added support for more ROMs
      - changes in GUI (you have to create your links again; old ones starts the GUI only)

      Version 1.02
      - added support for more devices
      - added support for more ROMs

      Version 1.01
      - added support for more OS-ROMs
      - added support for more radio-ROM
      - new function: restore default speed (528 MHz)

      Version 1.00
      - Initial release
      - Rhodium, RhodiumW
      17
      radios
      • 0.93.25.NS16
      • 1.00.25.03, 1.00.25.05, 1.00.25.07, 1.00.25.08, 1.00.25.16
      • 1.02.25.11, 1.02.25.19, 1.02.25.28, 1.02.25.32
      • 1.02.35.31
      • 1.08.25.08, 1.08.25.20
      • 1.09.25.07, 1.09.25.08, 1.09.25.14, 1.09.25.23, 1.09.25.23M, 1.09.25.35
      • 1.10.25.18, 1.10.25.25
      • 1.11.25.01, 1.11.25.71, , 1.11.25.76, 1.11.30F
      • 1.12.25.16, 1.12.25.16D3, 1.12.25.16DE, 1.12.25.19
      • 1.13.25.24, 1.13.25.55
      • 1.14.25.05, 1.14.25.24, 1.14.25.35, 1.14.25.55
      • 1.15.25.14, 1.15.25.55
      • 1.16.25.48
      • 1.17.25.09
      • 1.20.OliNex
      • 1.40.00WF
      • 1.87.00WV
      • 1.88.07WV
      • 1.92.00WV
      • 1.96.00WF
      • 2.05.00WV, 2.05.75WVL
      • 2.18.00WV, 2.18.02WV
      • 2.21.00WV
      • 2.23.00WV
      • 2.25.00WVL, 2.25.02.WVL
      • 2.30.00WV
      • 2.32.00WF, 2.32.00WU
      • 2.35.00WV
      • 2.37.00WV
      • 2.49.25.204
      • 3.43.25.19, 3.43.25.19DE
      • 3.44.25.27
      • 3.45.25.14, 3.45.25.21
      • 3.46.25.18, 3.46.25.30
      • 3.54.25.25
      • 4.46.25.24
      • 4.47.25.24
      • 4.48.25.20
      • 4.49.25.05, 4.49.25.17, 4.49.25.57, 4.49.25.77, 4.49.25.88, 4.49.25.91, 4.49.25.94, 4.49.25.95
      • 1.96.10WU
      • 2.23.00WU
      • 2.32.00WU
      8
      reserved for the OP
      7
      new version released

      • set os-versions in CAB-Information-File, maybe it solves installation problems
      • added support for more OEMXIPs (1 x Topaz, 1 x Blackstone)
      • added support for more RADIOs (1.02.25.28)
      6
      new version released

      WiMoSpeed V1.05
      • support for Quartz (3 OEMXIP)
      • added support for more OEMXIPs (5 x Raphael, 5 x Diamond, 1 x Kovsky)
      • added support for more RADIOs (1.96.10.WU, 1.14.25.35, 1.02.35.31, 1.08.25.08, 1.15.25.55, 1.02.25.31, 1.12.25.19)

      Hope, that I got all ROM-links posted here, there were quite a lot. If I missed one, I am sorry. Please post again.
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