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Old 05-27-2010, 07:51 AM
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Lightbulb Want 600mhz clocked processor? Here is how :)

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All the turbohd app does is open Z:/sys/bin/TuneMM.exe then PM Control, PPM Control and PPM Level Max, so not actually an app.

P.S. You need open4all patch 'couse sys is protected folder, but all hacked FW can do this in 10 seconds and rest just need to inastall HelloOX2.v2.03, and check open4all.
If you need this do it by yourself, and enjoy.

P.P.S. Thanx stevenp1986, and maybe it will be possible to rise max clock of the processor, but this is risky 'couse it might burn it. We'll see
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When I click on TuneMM it ask me to use which program to open??
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When I click on TuneMM it ask me to use which program to open??
Open w/AppArc
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Thanks! Tried it and it works!

Doesn't seem to be much of an improvement....
Will test it further
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Hi!

I try this and it works. And if you click on the PPM Control OFF, the settings are back, and the phone running at 550MHz, so if u use, do not need to restart the phone for the original settings.
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I try this and it works. And if you click on the PPM Control OFF, the settings are back, and the phone running at 550MHz, so if u use, do not need to restart the phone for the original settings.
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

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thanks very mush for sharing.
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thanks very mush for sharing.
Thanx, and thanx to stevenp1986, I learned this from him
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How to overclock it more than 600 MHz ?
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i think max is 600 MHz
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