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    Question Overclocking kernel

    Hello, newbie here. I've overclocked my droid before using SetCPU which I downloaded from the market. But, after froyo it limits the droid to the max clock of 800mhz, and I hardly notice any difference between the stock and overclocked speeds. I've heard about overclock kernels but I'm not sure which one's the best for froyo(FRG22D). So, any suggestions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tejens View Post
    Hello, newbie here. I've overclocked my droid before using SetCPU which I downloaded from the market. But, after froyo it limits the droid to the max clock of 800mhz, and I hardly notice any difference between the stock and overclocked speeds. I've heard about overclock kernels but I'm not sure which one's the best for froyo(FRG22D). So, any suggestions?
    I assume your rooted already, so you can download Rom Manager from the Market, and try a few chevy Kernels out. They install real easy, and remember to always make backups of your current rom.

    I believe there are other OC kernels you can dl from RM as well.
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    Yup, rooted for sure, but I also wanted to use the new UD 8 rom. Will I be able to the chevy kernel with it? Sorry I didn't mention this previously.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tejens View Post
    Yup, rooted for sure, but I also wanted to use the new UD 8 rom. Will I be able to the chevy kernel with it? Sorry I didn't mention this previously.
    UD 8.0 should be like any other rooted rom out there where you can change the kernal at any time you wish. You can use Rom Manager to flash or use recovary to flash it. Chevy's kernals should work, you just need to try them out to see which one works best with your droid 1.
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    Works great! Got the new UD rom and flashed the chevy kernel into it. I've never had the droid run so smooth. It's FREAKIN AMAZING!!! Thanks guys!

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