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[HUAWEI U8350][MOD] overclocked kernel

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Hedzin

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May 18, 2012
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I'll just leave this here:

huawei u8350 overclocked kernel
now it work at 768mhz

instruction:

fastboot boot u8350_768_boot.img
(this for boot in new kernel without flash it, after reboot your device will boot in old original kernel)

OR

fastboot flash boot u8350_768_boot.img
(it is for flash new kernel)

dont forget make backup before do anything

links:

fastboot, if you dont have it
bit.ly/fastbootzip


boot.img with overclocked kernel
bit.ly/u8350bootimg768kernel


propose to leave comments, feedback and suggestions
 

mantheot

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Jun 1, 2012
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I tried but unfortunately didn't work
my boulder fails to boot and white writings display fills the screen
I use the orange uk firmware, does it matter?
 

Darktitor

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May 31, 2012
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read this
wiki.cyanogenmod.com/wiki/Fastboot
I hope it can help you.

Yes but It is more simple for me if you can make an update.zip .
Because I have never use fastboot before .
Flash with ClockWorkMod is more simply for me
Thanks

---------- Post added at 05:17 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:54 PM ----------

Can you do that for me or can you tell me how to flash it with with fastboot because I didn't understand
Thanks


Can I rename the file "u8350_768_boot.img" to " boot.img " and place him in sdcard / clockworkmod / backup / XXXX-XX-XX and use the advanced restore ???
I know it's a noob question and I'm sorry but I don't want to break my Huawei u8350 !!!! :)
 
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goldeneagle1509

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Oct 10, 2010
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Yes but It is more simple for me if you can make an update.zip .
Because I have never use fastboot before .
Flash with ClockWorkMod is more simply for me
Thanks

---------- Post added at 05:17 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:54 PM ----------




Can I rename the file "u8350_768_boot.img" to " boot.img " and place him in sdcard / clockworkmod / backup / XXXX-XX-XX and use the advanced restore ???
I know it's a noob question and I'm sorry but I don't want to break my Huawei u8350 !!!! :)

can you make a zip file to flash on CWR for me :( i dont know how to do it :(
thanks
 

killdashnine

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Apr 29, 2010
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Three weeks feedback :

- Fast and stable for a normal use
- No over consumption reported during this usage
- With set cpu, the frequency is well managed
- No overheat reported from the battery or "felt" by my hand

Some reboots has occurred at 768Mhz while uncompromising 400Mb data. After a test at 600Mhz, this was perfect.

Thanks Hedzin! :cool:
 

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    I'll just leave this here:

    huawei u8350 overclocked kernel
    now it work at 768mhz

    instruction:

    fastboot boot u8350_768_boot.img
    (this for boot in new kernel without flash it, after reboot your device will boot in old original kernel)

    OR

    fastboot flash boot u8350_768_boot.img
    (it is for flash new kernel)

    dont forget make backup before do anything

    links:

    fastboot, if you dont have it
    bit.ly/fastbootzip


    boot.img with overclocked kernel
    bit.ly/u8350bootimg768kernel


    propose to leave comments, feedback and suggestions
    1
    Can I flash this with ClockWorkMod Recovery ???

    yes but you need to write special script for it to make update.zip in this case


    it is more easy to flash it with fastboot
    1
    read this
    wiki.cyanogenmod.com/wiki/Fastboot
    I hope it can help you.

    Yes but It is more simple for me if you can make an update.zip .
    Because I have never use fastboot before .
    Flash with ClockWorkMod is more simply for me
    Thanks

    ---------- Post added at 05:17 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:54 PM ----------

    Can you do that for me or can you tell me how to flash it with with fastboot because I didn't understand
    Thanks


    Can I rename the file "u8350_768_boot.img" to " boot.img " and place him in sdcard / clockworkmod / backup / XXXX-XX-XX and use the advanced restore ???
    I know it's a noob question and I'm sorry but I don't want to break my Huawei u8350 !!!! :)