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[KERNEL][Omegamoon][B926+][ICS]Overclock to max 1.3GHz (Updated 2012/08/24)

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Lol @ your sd cards r/w speed....what one is it?

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Think that's the internal one, confused as it was changed on 934.

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@ omegamoon

Look at the root Makefile. Huawei have some Bluetooth weirdness going on in there.

Meanwhile...

Haha, I did remove one bearded guy with a strong smell of alcohol from my premises a while ago. Was that you Dazzozo? :D

But seriously, I will release the code, every single line of it... But first things first. Coffee anyone?

When will this be? :)

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I don't have problems with camera except flash.

Led doesn't work anywhere. Either stock camera app, camera zoom, power toggles or flashlight.

Haven't tested Bluetooth since almost never use it.

I'll enable location since I'm on stock 934, can anyone tell me the procedure to get a log?

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Went back to stock to enable logging and reinstalled the kernel to get some logs.

bt.txt

cam.txt

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Oh, I think I just figured out overclocking. That... was easy. :P

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Love to get voltage control :P It runs rock solidly at 1228mhz, not even tried any higher yet. Assuming that it's running at default voltage I'd guess it'll run at stock speed at significantly less voltage :D

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Just enabled logs. How can i get a log of my flash problem?

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Apparently the 7x27A can run stable at 1.5 GHz, so I'm about to try that. :)

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Gotta have to bump the stock voltage up for that surely?

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Apparently the 7x27A can run stable at 1.5 GHz, so I'm about to try that. :)

best of luck....hope it works :)

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Running at 1.5 GHz. No crashes yet.

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What's the max speed you have compiled into the kernel? 50% overclock is outstanding.

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On mine? 1.5, but I'm just going to keep pushing it until it conks out.

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Wow :D Can you release 1,5ghz kernel? :)

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defiantly would be nice to see a stable 1.5ghz

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30 mins uptime now, hasn't crashed. I'll go have a play and see if I can get it to die. :P

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Mine conks out anything over 1228mhz. Guess it`s luck of the draw if you get a good "clocker".

Stock volts dazz?

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I've currently changed nothing outside of the clkctl_acpu_speed table. These settings apparently work fine on another device with the same SoC.

I'm using CM10.

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Good stuff daz, exciting times.

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Missed that little gem, your using cm10 ;)

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Yeah, that may or may not make a difference, so I thought I'd state that.

Meanwhile, anyone building from my sources and using my kernel on the stock ROM I suggest reads http://www.modaco.co...00#entry2004739

While it will always be "the kernel for CM", it should work still on stock ROMs but that is worth noting.

Edit: actually I could just make a defconfig for non-CM builds...

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Daz , Tillaz ....any way of creating OC kernel for ginger bread (atomic rom)???

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Daz , Tillaz ....any way of creating OC kernel for ginger bread (atomic rom)???

+1 on that, but no one is working on this rom no more so i doubt it :(

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