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    supr2nr New Member

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    Hey just wanted to introduce myself. Just picked up my new droid last week. So far really loving the thing.

    Been reading a little bit about rooting it and overclocking it. How much more difference does it make to overclock it?

    Thanks.
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    Welcome aboard, supr2nr! Glad you decided to get the Droid and join the forum. I know nothing about rooting - only what I've read, but someone will be along who can answer your question. Enjoy your time here!:welcome:
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    Welcome.

    Lots of people will say overclocked is night and day. I would be one of those people....

    If you feel up to the challenge, and are even mildly computer saavy, then you should give it a shot. If you dont like it, it can always be undone. You run the risk of bricking it, but I dont know anyone yet who has truly killed their phone, just made life harder for themselves.

    Welcome again.
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    Welcome! Glad to have you here. I just rooted and love it. The ability to really customize is great and overclocking makes it fly. If your nervous about it try droidmod, that's what I used. You can search YouTube for droidmod and it walks you right through it. Good luck and have fun.

    PLEASE, read about and research before making a choice. You might find your Droid does all you want and more. I rooted after I chose to unleash the full capabilities of the device.
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