If you decide to do this make sure the overclock you have set is stable before applying anything on boot! Otherwise you will end up in a bootloop and have to wipe your phone! It's not my problem if you mess up somewhere or if your phone melts. This is just a tutorial to help you through the process so read carefully. No need anymore for the overclock scripts found here: [OVERCLOCK]XT860/XT862 Overclock - xda-developers' Before this was the script you had to run but we were limited to 1.2ghz (some people could run 1.3ghz but not many) @ the stock voltage and no scaling of the minimum frequency. On top of that there was nothing saying that we were running at 1.2ghz besides improved benchmark scores. (1.2ghz overclock would still show 1ghz when you check frequencies) Now we are able to set a custom frequency and change the VSEL in order to achieve higher clock speed and even lower the VSEL to improve battery life. On top of that, minimum frequency scaling works now (no need to set minimum to max either) and the overclock will show up in SetCPU or any other applications that show max/current frequency. One thing that is the same: Settings will be reset upon reboot, meaning you will lose the overclock and have to redo steps 2-5 Available here: opptimizer - The OPPtimizer Projekt by FreeWELL/tekahuna - Google Project Hosting In order to be able to change the VSEL you must get the version labeled "OPPtimizer 0.2-beta1 for Motorola Droid 3 ***Experimenta Voltage Control Support***" in the downloads section. Thank Tekahuna (maybe even donate =P) over at XDA (Tekahuna) or on twitter (@Tekahuna). Enjoy!! View attachment 45951 View attachment 45952 View attachment 45953 View attachment 45954 Thanks to Hashcode I've set up the modules to load at boot Process for non-aosp roms (in safestrap) I suggest advanced users only when trying this, I wont be responsible for bricking your phone =P Boot into safestrap and connect to USB Go to 'mounts and storage' and 'mount /systemorig' (it may already be mounted) Open a command promt ADB pull /systemorig/etc/safestrap/rootfs/init.mapphone_cdma.rc Go to target directory and open 'init.mapphone_cdma.rc' in a text editor (I use notepad++) Add these lines "insmod /system/lib/modules/symsearch.ko" and "insmod /system/lib/modules/opptimizer.ko" save the .rc file ADB push /systemorig/etc/safestrap/rootfs/init.mapphone_cdma.rc Reboot and your done. To test use terminal or cmd prompt and put in "echo 1122000000 1388000 > /proc/opptimizer" Now you can set up script files for different frequencies that are stable and use those on boot (ONLY ONCE THEY ARE STABLE) To set up a script with script manager: Open Script Manager Press menu key select "New" and then select "New script" Name it whatever you feel necessary (I have mine named OC) and press "Ok" Choose "SM Editor" Now place the "echo 1122000000 1388000 > /proc/opptimizer" line into the text area (obviously replace with the freq. and vsel. you want to boot at and minus the quotes) press menu and save Click on the script you just created and press "Script/Executable" Now select "SU" and "BOOT" (its the android with cross bones, and the gear to the right) and press save. Should be good to go, now reboot your phone to test. I also went into SM advanced setting and check marked 'Enable Wakelock' so it immediately runs the script. Before it would take a minute or so for it to run. ENJOY! For reference on voltages check here: OPPtimizer Project - OMAP4 Overclocking [Kernel Modules][Official Thread] - RootzWiki Went flawless for me, thanks again Hashcode for the procedure to load modules at boot!