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Discussion in 'Liberty ROM DX' started by musclemilk, Jul 12, 2011.

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    i hear battery life on liberty is great so I am excited to see how it goes.


    What kernel and voltage do you all find the best ballance of speed and battery life?

    or leave it as stock?
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    Some DXs can go north of 1500MHz. Others can't go much over stock. Some DXs can go down to 9vsel, whereas others can't go any lower than 23. You should use QuickClock Advanced. It can calibrate your specific phone to the best overclocking/undervolting profile your phone can handle. It has a battery saver profile that downclocks your max. to 900MHz.
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    Ok. Thanks.

    I'm using droid overclock by Jrummy.

    I think by default it is stock.

    Let me see how battery life is

    Sent from my DROIDX using DroidForums
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    Is underclockibg when the screen is off to 300 not good?

    Screen on- 300/1000
    Off-300/300

    Any suggestions would be great
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    Using QCA, my phone automatically underclocks to 300MHz when the CPU isn't needed. It's totally set and forget. I don't know how Android Overclock works.