[KERNEL]Buzz OC/UV 1.61Ghz CFS+BFQ+SmartAss+TUN+EXT4+.35 ACE 1.3.8.3 [24/03/2011]

Bumble-Bee

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[UPDATE 02/03/2011]

Here is my OverClocked kernel for the Desire HD. This kernel is undervolted all the way up to 1.1ghz and uses a maximum overvolt of 150mV at 1.51ghz

I AM NOT RESPONSABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED BY THIS ALTHOUGH
TESTED YOU UNDERTAKING THIS MEANS U UNDERSTAND AND TAKE THE RISKS

like my undervolted kernel clock speeds under 1209MHz are undervolted in comparison with stock and 1209Mhz is at the same voltage as stock. Above the system is at a hight voltage than stock slighly.

This KERNEL is for people woh dont mind going highet voltage than stock. If this isnt you check out my UV kernel

As the DesireHD has a slightly better quiality CPU than the Z/G2 this over volt can be slightly less on this.

I cannot guarrentee that this kernel will be stable on all DesireHD's if you get freezing/crashing limit the CPU speed in setCPU or install my UV kernel.

[CHANGELOG]
1.3.8.3
-- Patched to .35


----- NO more CM support as the stock CM kernel is very good -----

THE FULL CHANGE LOG LIVES HERE

[INSTALL]

via Clockwork Recovery

Needed :-
-- ClocworkMod Recovery installed
-- SENSE This .zip

1) copy the .zip to your sdcard
2) boot into recovery
3) flash .zip from sdcard
4) select requierd .zip
4) FLASH
5) reboot :D

OR Fastboot (Builds Before 0.0.9)

Needed
-- Fastboot Set Up
-- SENSE This .zip
-- ADB set up
-- Set CPU


1) boot into bootloader (fatboot mode)

2) put the zImage from the .rar file in the fastboot directoy

3) run

fastboot flash zimage zImage
5) run

fastboot reboot
6) wait for android to boot

///// Make shure you have the .ko from the .zip / .rar where the zImage came from ///////

7) put the .ko frile from the .rar file in your adb director

8)run

adb push bcm4329.ko /sdcard/
9) in adb shell run these commands in order

su

mount -o remount,rw /dev/block/mmcblk0p25 /system

rm /system/lib/modules/bcm4329.ko

busybox cp /sdcard/bcm4329.ko /system/lib/modules/bcm4329.ko

rm /sdcard/bcm4329.ko
10) reboot

11) use SetCPU to gain the extra speed :D

****Due to the init bug (100% CPU usage use SetCPU to limit speed when screen off to save your battery I recommend 256 to 768*****

Here is the zip to flash in clockwork too ... when its out :-D

[ALL VERSIONS]
1.3.8.3SENSE
1.3.8.2SENSE
1.3.8SENSE
1.3.7SENSE
1.3.6SENSE
1.3.5SENSE
1.3.4SENSE
1.3.3SENSE
1.3.0SENSE
1.2.5SENSE
1.2.3r2SENSE
1.2.2SENSE
1.2.1SENSE
1.2.0 SENSE
1.1.4 CM ---- SENSE
1.1.3 CM ---- SENSE
1.1.2 CM ---- SENSE
1.1.1 CM ---- SENSE
1.1.0 CM ---- SENSE
1.0.8 CM SENSE
1.0.7
1.0.6
1.0.5
1.0.4
1.0.2
1.0.1 fixed please reflash
1.0.0(GOLD)
0.0.9-CM ---- 0.0.9-SENSE

Source
https://github.com/BuzzBumbleBee/HTC_ACE_KERNEL

Credits

Cyanogen team for info on edition speed tables
-Mr. X- For helping me fix the source
Ziggy471 for LZMA compression source
Lee For gis Gov and CPU table fixes :)
CK2 [BFS Patch]
erasmux [SmartAss CPU governor]
Aplharev ppl for help
 

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teihoata

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thanks for this!
for 5) its just fastboot reboot

:p Edit:
oh and also adb won't push so you have to use these commands instead in the terminal

adb push bcm4329.ko /sdcard/bcm4329.ko
adb shell
su
mount -o remount,rw /dev/block/mmcblk0p25 /system
cat /sdcard/bcm4329.ko > /system/lib/modules/bcm4329.ko
 
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phunkycow

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Pushed BCM4329.ko again and rebooted, still nothing :(
My bad luck. Do you think it could have anything to do with the custom boot.img of the other thread? Also just noticed that my max freq is 1GHz now, seems like stock... Was working fine when i first flashed.

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Doktaphex

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What is the stock volt and the volt ur using here??

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I believe that stock is 1100mV I could be wrong but I remember that when using the previous OC method I was undervolting to 1000mV at 1440MHz via Apache14's instructions. I would guess he's gone for a 50-100mV overvolt, but hey I'm just pulling this from the top of my head, so don't quote me. :D
 

Doktaphex

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Those voltages could be unsafe after long use (heat + ware on CPU) i would only go for a 150mV over volt MAX for every day use.
Yeah I was thinking it's probably pretty unsafe, hence why he hasn't released that in his kernel, too many folks would just think it was plausible to keep the phone at that level.