1. evoldroid's Avatar
    I just rooted my nexus s 4 g first root ever.I am really new at this.Can some one supply a link and step by step directions on how to overclock my phone.I did the one step method to root my phone if that helps any.Thanks in advance
    07-27-2011 07:33 PM
  2. digitalslacker's Avatar
    start by finding a good kernel to install. I like Matr1x.
    I don't believe you an OC without a custom kernel.

    honestly, I don't really notice any difference between 1.0 and 1.44 for day to day use. I stay at 1.0.
    07-27-2011 07:56 PM
  3. crzycrkr's Avatar
    Yeah, you need to flash a kernel. I prefer Matr1x as well. I leave it at the default setting, which is 1200
    07-27-2011 08:11 PM
  4. beezy's Avatar
    I just rooted my nexus s 4 g first root ever.I am really new at this.Can some one supply a link and step by step directions on how to overclock my phone.I did the one step method to root my phone if that helps any.Thanks in advance
    First you will need to unlock and flash custom recovery if you haven't yet follow the great sticky by ksmith,if you have custom recovery then go http://forums.androidcentral.com/spr...tml#post945889 foloow the links. Download a custom kernel cause stock can't be overclocked.
    To install
    -boot into recovery
    -make nadroid backup
    -flash custom kernel,zip
    -reboot phone
    -install one of the overclocking apps, (i prefer setcpu)
    -Overclock and enjoy.
    07-29-2011 03:56 AM
  5. evoldroid's Avatar
    how do you know if your really overclocked? Is there a way to check it once done?
    07-29-2011 05:38 AM
  6. enik's Avatar
    how do you know if your really overclocked? Is there a way to check it once done?
    You need to use a program to overclock. Personally I recommend CPU Master Free. It allows you to set the mhz. For example I usually have my phone clocked at 100-800 mhz unless I am gaming.
    07-29-2011 06:13 AM
  7. DeathsArrow's Avatar
    how do you know if your really overclocked? Is there a way to check it once done?
    SetCPU will tell you what the processor is currently running at as well as stats to how long the CPU has stayed at each clock speed.
    07-29-2011 07:47 AM
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