SetCPU or jrummy for OCing D2?

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  1. Big Ry

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    I just rooted my D2. I've always used setcpu in the past on rooted D1s, but now im hearing so much about jrummys app. Which is preferred? Also, I already tried setcpu and it wont let me OC. Do I need to flash a new kernel?

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    There are no kernals with the d2. The easiest way to overclock is to pick up jrummys app. Also it has all the functionality of setcpu so its really all you need.

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    Can you setup several different profiles like in setcpu? I find that rather important.

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    Yeah it has profiles and all that.

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    Cool, ill give it a shot

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    im giving the 1.4GHz LV a go now. what do you guys set as a cuttoff temp? I have it as 109 Deg F now. Its set to drop to 400min/900max at that temp.
     
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    What profiles do you have set?
     
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    I use

    Charging/full 1.2 max .4 min
    <70% 1.0 max .4 min
    <50% .8 max .4 min
    >50.9° c .4 max .4 min
    Screen off .4 max .4 min

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    What about priorities? Leave those all at 50?
     
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    96%
    50%
    67%
    100%
    82%

    That's the corresponding priorities

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    Anything else I should know? I really know nothing about this, so I'm just gonna hope that these settings work (although I have max at 1.1).

    And should the little x's be red? Haha, I can't tell if that means they are being used or not.
     
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    Ya the x should be red. One word of advice though, don't set anything on boot just incase it becomes instable.

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