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Overclocking pulse mini

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Yes, but don't flash it. Fastboot it and run a few days to make sure it's stable before you flash it.

Sorry last questions ok so i boot the new image and install setcpu from market then what can i over and underclock any frequency or is there only set frequencys if so can you give me the frequencys thanks.

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Sorry last questions ok so i boot the new image and install setcpu from market then what can i over and underclock any frequency or is there only set frequencys if so can you give me the frequencys thanks.

It will use maximum overclock (691.2MHz) by default but if you want to experiment then SetCPU is the way to go.

		{ 0, 120000, ACPU_PLL_1, 1, 7,  60000, 1, 3,  61440 },
{ 1, 122880, ACPU_PLL_0, 4, 1, 61440, 1, 3, 61440 },
{ 0, 176000, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 5, 88000, 1, 3, 61440 },
{ 1, 245760, ACPU_PLL_0, 4, 0, 81920, 2, 4, 61440 },
{ 1, 320000, ACPU_PLL_1, 1, 2, 107000, 2, 5, 120000 },
{ 0, 352000, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 2, 88000, 3, 5, 120000 },
{ 1, 480000, ACPU_PLL_1, 1, 1, 120000, 3, 6, 120000 },
{ 1, 528000, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 1, 132000, 3, 7, 122880 },
{ 1, 576000, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 1, 132000, 3, 7, 122880 },
{ 1, 614400, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 1, 132000, 3, 7, 122880 },
{ 1, 652800, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 1, 132000, 3, 7, 122880 },
{ 1, 691200, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 1, 132000, 3, 7, 122880 },[/code]

The last four are the one I've added so if 691.2MHz turns out to be unstable you can run SetCPU to lower the upper limit to 652.8MHz and so on. As you can see the timings are the same for the last five but there is code elsewhere that detects the four new frequencies and does a little magic trick but this part illustrates the supported speeds including the ones that was there allready.

If you let SetCPU autodetect it will scale between 245.76MHz and 691.2MHz automaticly. Not sure what scaling it does if you do not run SetCPU but I suspect it does some kind of automatic scaling anyway.

SetCPU is $1.99 on the Market unless I remeber it wrongly. It can also be downloaded for free in the XDA-forums but I recommend to buy if to support the developer.

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It will use maximum overclock (691.2MHz) by default but if you want to experiment then SetCPU is the way to go.

		{ 0, 120000, ACPU_PLL_1, 1, 7,  60000, 1, 3,  61440 },

		{ 1, 122880, ACPU_PLL_0, 4, 1,  61440, 1, 3,  61440 },

		{ 0, 176000, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 5,  88000, 1, 3,  61440 },

		{ 1, 245760, ACPU_PLL_0, 4, 0,  81920, 2, 4,  61440 },

		{ 1, 320000, ACPU_PLL_1, 1, 2, 107000, 2, 5, 120000 },

		{ 0, 352000, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 2,  88000, 3, 5, 120000 },

		{ 1, 480000, ACPU_PLL_1, 1, 1, 120000, 3, 6, 120000 },

		{ 1, 528000, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 1, 132000, 3, 7, 122880 },

		{ 1, 576000, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 1, 132000, 3, 7, 122880 },

		{ 1, 614400, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 1, 132000, 3, 7, 122880 },

		{ 1, 652800, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 1, 132000, 3, 7, 122880 },

		{ 1, 691200, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 1, 132000, 3, 7, 122880 },

The last four are the one I've added so if 691.2MHz turns out to be unstable you can run SetCPU to lower the upper limit to 652.8MHz and so on. As you can see the timings are the same for the last five but there is code elsewhere that detects the four new frequencies and does a little magic trick but this part illustrates the supported speeds including the ones that was there allready.

If you let SetCPU autodetect it will scale between 245.76MHz and 691.2MHz automaticly. Not sure what scaling it does if you do not run SetCPU but I suspect it does some kind of automatic scaling anyway.

SetCPU is $1.99 on the Market unless I remeber it wrongly. It can also be downloaded for free in the XDA-forums but I recommend to buy if to support the developer.

Ok booted and it all seemed fine for about 120 secs then my phone stalled and i had to pull the batt im guessing its too high for my phone now every time i boot with the boot.img supplied it stalls at the tmobile logo can you remove the highest value?

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Ok booted and it all seemed fine for about 120 secs then my phone stalled and i had to pull the batt im guessing its too high for my phone now every time i boot with the boot.img supplied it stalls at the tmobile logo can you remove the highest value?

Which boot.img did you use? The stock T-Mobile one?

EDIT: Try this one... Should be used with T-mobile ROM and has the fastest setting removed.

boot_swap_overclock_tmo_lite.zip

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Which boot.img did you use? The stock T-Mobile one?

EDIT: Try this one... Should be used with T-mobile ROM and has the fastest setting removed.

Yes i used the tmob one just testing new one now thanks i will give feedback soon.

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Yes i used the tmob one just testing new one now thanks i will give feedback soon.

Hi ok i have done some test and without your boot.img im getting on setcpu native benchmark 3801 and with your boot_swap_overclock_tmo_lite.zip im getting 3001 so by that its working good that is using the on demand option does that look right? i think i will be adding your boot_swap_overclock_tmo_lite.zip and setcpu to my update.zip.

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Hi ok i have done some test and without your boot.img im getting on setcpu native benchmark 3801 and with your boot_swap_overclock_tmo_lite.zip im getting 3001 so by that its working good that is using the on demand option does that look right? i think i will be adding your boot_swap_overclock_tmo_lite.zip and setcpu to my update.zip.

Don't add setcpu if you plan to release the rom. The SetCPU developer specificly asked for ROM developers not to do that, but if it's just for your own usage then I suppose it's OK.

I'm currently also evaluating JIT. I've got linpack benchmarks over 4.7 running overlocked, with swap and with JIT. In comparison a stock, non-overclocked U8100/U8110 gets a linpack score around 2. Seems stable so far.

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I'm currently also evaluating JIT. Seems stable so far.

linpack 4.7????? OMFG?? i got ~.2.29 on U8110 using modifyed (updated myself) mg r3 rom. if we solve the network prob, we may create universal rom for U81(0,1,2)0 :lol:

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linpack 4.7????? OMFG?? i got ~.2.29 on U8110 using modifyed (updated myself) mg r3 rom. if we solve the network prob, we may create universal rom for U81(0,1,2)0 :lol:

I may have asked this before but with network problem you mean you can't even call or recieve calls?

And have you tried first flashing the official U8100 Expert Sweden ROM (the one I based my custom ROM on) to see if it makes a difference?

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How to enable JIT?

I used the dalvikvm and libs from here: http://android.modaco.com/content-page/318...0/#entry1418361

I also added the build.prop line to my build.prop. I added this to my own custom rom then reinstalled and cleared dalvik-cache (important!)

I'm going to release a new custom ROM today (RLS6) with overclocking, swap and JIT. I wouldn't be suprised if it runs without modification on U8120 phones. Have you tried my custom ROM RLS5?

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I used the dalvikvm and libs from here: http://android.modaco.com/content-page/318...0/#entry1418361

I also added the build.prop line to my build.prop. I added this to my own custom rom then reinstalled and cleared dalvik-cache (important!)

I'm going to release a new custom ROM today (RLS6) with overclocking, swap and JIT. I wouldn't be suprised if it runs without modification on U8120 phones. Have you tried my custom ROM RLS5?

THX Again!! Working! :lol:

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can somebody make a update.zip of the official t-mobile uk firmware with the overclock boot.img for me? i cant seem to get it to work and itd be easier for people to just restore a standard image with overclocking enabled

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Which boot.img did you use? The stock T-Mobile one?

EDIT: Try this one... Should be used with T-mobile ROM and has the fastest setting removed.

I also had the same problem with the fastest setting can you do the same with the MGrom version?

Is it worth using SetCPU to scale on demand or just run at highest speed?

Also does your custom rom work with 8110 or is it 8100 only?

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to kallt_kaffe

Sorry for asking again but could you supplie me with a

stock t-mobile uk pulse mini boot.img with the only changes made a2sd swap overclock to 652.8MHz

i would do this myself but i dont have access to a linux box and i cant seem to do it on windows thanks in advance.

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to kallt_kaffe

Sorry for asking again but could you supplie me with a

stock t-mobile uk pulse mini boot.img with the only changes made a2sd swap overclock to 652.8MHz

i would do this myself but i dont have access to a linux box and i cant seem to do it on windows thanks in advance.

I'll see what I can do, but I'm kind of busy hacking the new Vending (Market) that was released the other day. Swap + overclock is not a problem but a2sd has a few different methods to choose from when adding to init.rc. Give me the init.rc you want and the stock boot.img and I'll pack it up for you.

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kallt_kaffe, the overclocked MG boot img doesn't work, could you upload a version with a max of 652.8MHz?

Thanks.

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There's also overclockwidget on the marketplace for free which claims to be able to set the cpu speed (As far as I can tell it works)

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Tried overclockwidget but it doesn't work. Maybe my pulse mini can't be overclocked! :)

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Tried overclockwidget but it doesn't work. Maybe my pulse mini can't be overclocked! :)

Ah yeah, I found out later you need to have a patched rom to get the higher frequencies available

Mines seems happy at 652mhz but the 691mhz made it reboot a lot, using kallt_kaffe's celestial teapot rls1 rom.

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Ah yeah, I found out later you need to have a patched rom to get the higher frequencies available

Mines seems happy at 652mhz but the 691mhz made it reboot a lot, using kallt_kaffe's celestial teapot rls1 rom.

You might want to try 672MHz. My phone also do run 100% stable on 691.2MHz but so far 672MHz seems to be rock solid.

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