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[KERNEL] ZeroGolf V1 for HTC Desire C | 796mhz Overclocked

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I've done a standard overclock compiled from the HTC kernel source.

As the Wireless module cannot be compiled, I have to do specific versions., I'll post the source when I get a spare moment as I don't know a great deal about overclocking, maybe others can tweak.

  • 796Mhz Overclock

I've done three variations. The build number is the important bit, To check yours or if you need me to compile one to your build number, please post it. You can find the build number by going to Settings > About Phone > Software Information > More > Kernel Version

ZeroGolf_Kernel_v1-ga149866_EasyFastboot- Flash this if using SlimSense rom ( based off EU RUU i think )

ZeroGolf_Kernel_v1-g8594b3f_EasyFastboot- Vodafone UK ( Latest Update 1.45.161.5 )

ZeroGolf_Kernel_v1-g0be4e84_EasyFastboot - Vodafone UK ( What mine came shipped with before the update )

ZeroGolf_Kernel_v1-g2f068a3_EasyFastboot- Virgin Canada

Source here - based off EU NFC golfu-ics-crc-3.0.16-9207065

https://github.com/z...olf-Overclocked

Edited by zeroprobe

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im looking to overclock my htc desire c..i am in Canada on virgin mobile, will your kernels work for me? they say vodaphone UK..is this specific to a carrier? I don't want to try installing until I know! my kernel version is 3.0.16-g2f068a3 [email protected] #1 PREEMPT...so that's what is says. any hope for me ? :) thanks for working on the htc desire c!

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im looking to overclock my htc desire c..i am in Canada on virgin mobile, will your kernels work for me? they say vodaphone UK..is this specific to a carrier? I don't want to try installing until I know! my kernel version is 3.0.16-g2f068a3 [email protected] #1 PREEMPT...so that's what is says. any hope for me ? :) thanks for working on the htc desire c!

Updated the original post, try that one. Recommend doing a nandroid backup first. Make sure your wireless is working.

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