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hedzin

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I'll just leave this here:

huawei u8350 overclocked kernel
now it work at 768mhz


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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
http://bit.ly/fastbootzip


boot.img with overclocked kernel
http://bit.ly/u8350bootimg768kernel


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henhua

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Does the overclock allow you to run Flash or other apps otherwise impossible with the stock 600Mhz ?

Thanks

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Does the overclock allow you to run Flash or other apps otherwise impossible with the stock 600Mhz ?
Thanks


this device processor can work with flash, but due to architectural features adobe did not want to support flash OFFICIALLY for processors armv6.

Yet with the help of google you can find special informal version of "flash" that will work on this phone. (google for "armv6 flash")

overclocking only speed up the processor and does not affect the availability of certain programs.
what work - will be work faster, and what did not work will not work

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Thanks for the note about Flash. I looked around for support, but I cannot seem to get it working on the u8350. It installs, but even after a reboot, no sites recognize the flash installation. In fact I cannot even get the configuration page to work ( native or Dolphin browser).

If I do manage to get Flash working, I will definitely look into using the overclocked kernel.

Cheers

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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?

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there should be no difference what firmware is used.
white text is a feature, not a bug.
in any case the phone should boot up properly.

try to boot from original boot.img

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I think so, but after the white text appear it hang up
maybe I got wrong, so can you please explain step by step from zero? detailed please, thank you :)

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