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JBSourcery and stable kernel

Discussion in 'Galaxy Nexus Development' started by Verro84, Oct 11, 2012.

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    I been using a trinity kernel overclocked to 1695mhz and it keeps rebooting. Is there a certain way to set it that high without the reboots. Please let me know asap thanks
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    Crank up the voltages to your kernel slots.

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    Never thought of that. Thanks a lot
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    Did that but still having the same issues maybe the kernel itself?
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    Your phone probably just doesn't like being OC'd that high. All phones are different. Some can handle it, some can't.

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    I was able to get it to work without rebooting by using "Trinity Kernel Toolbox" works perfect and thanks for the help
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    If I want to change G-Apps should I wipe cache I don't wanna do a whole reset and reinstall the ROM and everything else
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