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my friends downloaded the same file, why????

So i tested and 122 is very stable, has the battery got a long life???

can you arrive at 1,8 ghz???? if you can, I will transfer 2 € in your paypal

You are crazy :D

I think is very very dangerous to reach that frequency..

And i think also 1.2 Mhz is the right frequency about performance and drain..

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Thank you for this kernel.It works great. we are waiting for the one with 1% battery drain

Yeap, it works great! I am interesting about 1% battery drain too!

Also, is there any way to see the temperature of this device? In every widget I get zero.

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I am not crazy. Desire g2 has got the same cpu and overclock arrive at 2 ghz so.... there is a way i think. The battery it means work perfectt

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I am not crazy. Desire g2 has got the same cpu and overclock arrive at 2 ghz so.... there is a way i think. The battery it means work perfectt

O sure there's the way, but i think is too high 1.8 Ghz..

I sould try to set the proper voltage to run at these frequency, but i want not burning my phone to search the right setting :D :D

But if you want to test it at your own risk i'll give you oc to 2 ghz..

I can set prudent voltage so instead of burning phone it freezes..

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Hello, davidevinavil! Сould you make boot with frequency from 123 to 1000 MHz and remove restriction FPS? I think that's enough.

Restriction fps is already removed..

If you don't use setcpu frequency is as you like.

From 123 to 1017 mhz

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I use setcpu but I want that my phone work at 1017 MHz without setcpu. Its not in essence but I think that its better.

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I use setcpu but I want that my phone work at 1017 MHz without setcpu. Its not in essence but I think that its better.

Uninstall setcpu and you'll have 1017 MHz by default..

To see that go into setting - info - device info and you'll see cpu speed 1017..

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davidevinavil, can you change the boot image with white background and green droid? I can draw a new image and send it for you.

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davidevinavil, can you change the boot image with white background and green droid? I can draw a new image and send it for you.

Yes I can.. Image must be 480 height x 800 large pixel..

Upload image here and I'll do new boot..

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davidevinavil, can you change the boot image with white background and green droid? I can draw a new image and send it for you.

Look at first post..

New boot with Singulus logo avaiable..

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Just installed. Work fine, except FC on setCPU while creating profiles. afetr I get FC each couple of seconds.

I uninstall setCPU withi titanium and reinstalled it with adb.

Is it safe to go to 1ghz? I don't seek performance, but battery life.

Is it necessary to use profile? If so, what are the best?

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Just installed. Work fine, except FC on setCPU while creating profiles. afetr I get FC each couple of seconds.

I uninstall setCPU withi titanium and reinstalled it with adb.

Is it safe to go to 1ghz? I don't seek performance, but battery life.

Is it necessary to use profile? If so, what are the best?

I use without setcpu..

But if I try setcpu 2.1 it works well..

To install setcpu use market, launch it and select autodetect frequency at the first boot..

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Works fine with metalounay.

tell me if i am wrong...It's better to install boot before installing metalounay? So from amonra I wipe all, then flash boot then rom, is this correct?

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tell me if i am wrong...It's better to install boot before installing metalounay? So from amonra I wipe all, then flash boot then rom, is this correct?

No you must install boot after metalounay or any other rom because all roms has a boot that overwrite previous boot..

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Grazie mille davide

Remember that this is an english forum..

It's better write a bad english like me than write another language :(

Please give me feedback about battery drain after somethime of use..

Thank you :D

Hey Duke I've seen that you have an acer liquid A1 right?

This boot is only for liquid metal..

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Remember that this is an english forum..

It's better write a bad english like me than write another language :(

Please give me feedback about battery drain after somethime of use..

Thank you :D

Hey Duke I've seen that you have an acer liquid A1 right?

This boot is only for liquid metal..

i have both metal and A1 :(

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i have both metal and A1 :D

however, I wiped all, flashed metalounay 1.2, then 1.2.1 patch, then your boot...but the phone stops on boot screen. Then tried to wipe all again, flashed only 1.2 but phone stops on android flashing boot image. What can i do?

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