underclocking question

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  1. dakotakid44

    dakotakid44 Member

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    I was just wondering what the best settings would be for underclocking with super low voltage at 800 MHz and 900 MHz. I would appreciate the help.
     
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    check out quickclock on the market to find the lowest voltages for ur device
     
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    Definitely do as abe is telling you. If you don't you will start bootlooping!
     
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    a reboot will set will set the speeds back to stock so bootloops wont happen unless you have it set to boot (DONT DO UNTIL YOU FIND A GOOD SPEED)

    but quickclock takes a lot of the guesswork out of finding the correct voltages
     
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    Yes, just like he said.. It seems like everyone wants to apply setting at boot though..
     
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    everyone also wants to move ALL their apps to sd too see how far that goes :D
     
  7. pandapaul

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    Yeah really.

    Sidenote on bootloops from OC'ing: If you use QCA and do set something unstable to boot up with, I built in an SDCard failsafe. Just pull the SDCard, reboot, turn off the boot setting, and you're good.
     
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    Does Droid overclock also have this safety measure built in, or would it just be best to set at boot using quickclock? By the way pandapaul quickclock is in my opinion one of the best apps on the market and has saved me a lot of time and headaches trying to find the optimal settings. Thanks man

    Sent from my DROIDX using Tapatalk
     
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    I think Droid Overclock's primary boot safety measure is an adjustable delay time, but I could be wrong about that. Best to ask the man himself.

    Thank you, man. Couldn't do it without great users like yourself. :)
     
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