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    so I just used jrummys oc app, I'm set to 1.2 ulv, I heard ulv is supposed too save bbatt life, anyone have any thoughts comments words of wisdom so I don't blow up my phone
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    Ulv is best for battery life but not all phones can run it. Make a backup and try it. Make a backup EVERY time....before you do anything else!

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    I used it to set it to ulv 1.2 and when I put it inn mypocket 15 min later its not over clocked anymore same thing with low voltage and normal voltage why?

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    Do you have a task killer installed?

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    Yes but I put it on the ignore list, I think it was b. Cuz I was hitting the back key to leave app insted of home key

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    Quote Originally Posted by swagmonster View Post
    Yes but I put it on the ignore list, I think it was b. Cuz I was hitting the back key to leave app insted of home key

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    The back key is what you should be using unless you're going to go right back to the last app (multitasking). I'd recommend uninstalling the task killer all together.
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    Its not just. A task killer its the advanced manager it unninstalls apps, settings a task killer all wrapped in one idk if ur familiar with it

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    Figured it out are ulvs dangerous for the phone?

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    Is it set to a change anything after the screen is off? Is there a "set on boot" option in the overclock app itself?

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    Tho only reason I can think of that the phone would not be overclocked anymore is if it rebooted in your pocket. Are you using set cpu?

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