I need some help with the DX/D2 Overclocker App ?

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2' started by WoZzY, Nov 29, 2010.

  1. WoZzY

    WoZzY The GRD Dev Team Premium Member Developer

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    Yes I am rooted I am running the rom ROM Squidly 2.3.20 fullblur


    I was running the 1.4ghz Oc but drained my battery in 2 hours what are the best settings for this app ? I am wondering as what voltage should I run it at what other settings should I use & if any settings I should change in my droid 2's settings ok thanks in advance for the help....... also below I posted A link to app brain so you know what app I am using thanks

    DX/D2 Overclocker - Android app on AppBrain
     
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    WoZzY The GRD Dev Team Premium Member Developer

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    no one uses this ????
     
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    A lot of people do. I recommend doing a search on the forums as this particular topic has been covered ad nauseum for a couple years. There is a great Overclocking 101 thread that gives detailed information about all things overclocking.
     
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    problem 1: you are running blur....so all the information thats sending and receiving is draining your battery

    problem 2: you are running at 1.4ghz. the battery life at stock 1ghz isn't so great so running higher only kills the battery faster.

    id recommend running as low of a voltage as possible and running no higher then 1.2ghz. what do you really need 1.4ghz speeds for?