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Spotted an entry in antutu that mentioned Xolo running at 2 ghz.. Would it be possible to Overclock Xolo easily? I have read the kernel doesn't support Overclock

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We need to unlock the kernel first, but it should support overclocking

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It's probably a fake.

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It's probably a fake.


Naa because I got around 11.5k running it at 1.6ghz and that phone is around 13.5k in antutu... So not possibly fake...

Edited by xgt001, 30 December 2012 - 04:21 AM.

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Naa because I got around 11.5k running it at 1.6ghz and that phone is around 13.5k in antutu... So not possibly fake...

I hope not

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I meant the report of a 2GHz processor being faked. Could even be a Motorola Razr I user with a modified build.prop as those devices do run at 2GHz.

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