Mr. Straight up stock just ROOTED!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Android Hacks and Help' started by FolsomFear, Aug 4, 2010.

  1. FolsomFear

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    YEP..... Its true..... i have rooted...... i used Easy Root and used the FRG22 leaked ROM. I did not want to mess up, what i feel, is one of the better working droids, but with how easy rooting is becoming (and out of sheer bordom) i went for it. EASY AS SOMETHING THAT IS REALLY EASY TO DO!!!!!! No problems what-so-ever. Took me like 10 min. NOW I HAVE 2.2 froyo!!!!!! No more delays!!!!!

    Anyone have advice on cool things to do with my rooted DROID?dancedroid
     
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    No reason to fear root. Especially on the droid 1.

    What can you do?
    Well..
    Theme, wireless tether, usb tether, titanium backup, flash, SetCPU with overclock kernels, etc...
     
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    Not to mention receive the newest updates, such as FroYo, months before stock users do.. dancedroid
     
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    what exactly does the kernal do... is it linked with the overclock?
     
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    Yep, the kernel is what sets the "speeds" of the CPU.. So if you flash a 1.25ghz kernel, the top "speed" will be 1.25ghz. They are all listed by their top "speed".
    Try going with a LV, or low voltage kernel first. A good speed to start with would be 1 ghz. If you find that it drains your battery too quickly, you can try an ultra low voltage kernel, or a ULV. You can also drop down to an 800mhz kernel too. Alternately, if you want to try a bit more power, you can bump it up to a 1.1ghz, 1.2ghz.. etc. Good luck!