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ZolaIII

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If someone can adjust this to our stock ROM & kernel structure & adjust complete included frequency scale then compile ko module for 3.3+ kernel?
It should be a nice way to safely OC CPU!

http://hex.ro/wp/blo...th-an-msm-core/

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+1

 

with otg support


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its been allready done

 

https://github.com/j...252d892ad115220


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It's not done! I said overclock.ko - external module & frequency table need to be tuned; max 1,4GHz, 480MHz off(removed)... vcore for 1400MHz set to 1250mv.
It would also be good to compile some additional modules like: ntsc, SIO, SmartassV2 ... all for stock ROMs. Somehow my affinities to CM really went down after creation of Cyanogen inc. & brightness problem is not solved for Y300 models.

Edited by ZolaIII, 26 September 2013 - 11:39 AM.

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+1. An OC kernel is long overdue. 


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Would be great:)

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can someone explain what is reason why OC is not possible on MSM8225?


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