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Old 05-27-2010, 10:13 PM
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Has enyobody know how to put a cpu on 300MHz for better battery?
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600mhz is not an overclock, didn't you know that.
It is normal clock for our phone proc. It is just undercloked to 550mhz when the full power is not needed. So it can go to 600mhz by it self without this. But keeping it on constant 600mhz can make it just a little faster and that's a verry verry little.
Overclocking proc. I don't know I supose that the proc. clock is readen from some file and overwriting those values should do it.
But this could be dangerous, it could easily burn proc. And I don't thinhk that proc. speed is bottleneck of OHD.
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Even with PPM off it still keeps ability to go from 550 to 600mhz and vice versa
Similar settings was present in Samsung Jet, You could set proc. to variable mod or choose from around 200-800mhz constant clock.
What's good, is that we can have app writen for this, or even more, maybe rise max proc. clock, but that could be proclaimed reverse engineering if it's writen by enybody else but HX(or his helpers )
Or maybe he will proclaim it opensource
Jet has a system settings for CPU speed. You can set it on 400, 600 and 800MHz, default being 600MHz.
We got scalable CPU that operates on its own and yes OHD CPU is 600MHz optimized for better battery life.

As for the rest, I sure do hope someone knowledgable enough can code an application which gives as options like JET has... as long as he gives it to everyone, don't claim 'ownership' or 'tribute' (as it goes along with the whole thing).
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Jet has a system settings for CPU speed. You can set it on 400, 600 and 800MHz, default being 600MHz.
We got scalable CPU that operates on its own and yes OHD CPU is 600MHz optimized for better battery life.

As for the rest, I sure do hope someone knowledgable enough can code an application which gives as options like JET has... as long as he gives it to everyone, don't claim 'ownership' or 'tribute' (as it goes along with the whole thing).
i LOLed at this.
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Me too as I was writting it, but it would be rather nice if someone could actually write such s60v5 application for i8910
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fevves could you sticky this, i think it's quite useful for some people
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kk, but I expect an application for switching MegaHurtz from 500 to 550 and 600Mhz, LOL (just j/k)
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the solution stevenp1986 is giving is a longer way.
but if u have the application on ur phone its shorter n happens just with a click.
not saying his is wrong or the other is right. but the other is quick n easy.
both have the same pros n cons.
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Old 05-30-2010, 08:40 PM
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I don't mount HX CFW.
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Just to add one finding, there is a way to start TuningMM even if your phone is not hacked.
If you have Swiss Manager Pro, you have access to Hidden aplications where you can find TuningMM among other apps
This might be useful to someone who doesn't want to hack the phone and use this trick

p.s.
I'm glad to see this post became "sticky", all though I started this thread, Steven (stevenp1986) is the brain behind this share

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