Reborn ROM Reboot Loop

newfireorange

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I flashed my phone to the latest reborn ROM and it reboots about fifteen times a day.
I wiped everything in the custom recovery before flashing.
I am on the vd baseband.
I have not flashed any kernel.
All links to the debug.zip are dead.
I am not using any overclock such as SetCPU.
Please help.
 

jstntp

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Reborn is overclocked automatically to 748. Try using either SetCPU (paid) or NoFrills CPU (Free) from the market to turn it down a bit. I would suggest going back to 600 max and then turn it up one notch at a time and then you will see where your max is. Each phone is different and some simply cannot be overclocked at all while others can go well beyond 806. Just the way it is.
 

newfireorange

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Did that also a few days ago. Actually had it overclocked to 748 after reading here in the forums how that is the max stable speed. Worked good for a few hours then boot loop. Ondemand min 600 max 748.
Tried one more wipe then fresh flash and didnt install setcpu and same exact results.
 

cloroxx.l

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I'm overclocked to 825 Max 600min I wouldn't see him being at 787 a problem if so man that would be unfortunate for his phone I suppose?

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I personally tried to OC to 770 and even that caused a reboot. So it seems to vary widely as to how good of an OC you can get out of the Optimus. Considering how LG is practically giving these things away I cant believe they are doing a great deal of picking out the worst chips and pitching them. It is one thing to buy a graphics card that has been binned in order to sell you a very OC'able chip but these cell phone manufacturers are just not going to do that. I currently run mine at 748 max 122 min and had quite a few reboots playing with SetCPU until I found what worked.
 

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I totally hear you my brother has an older model ls 670 and his is fine at 825! Mine oc to 767 stable, and. Becomes unstable at 787! Hmm wonder if a lot of newer models are ocing slower than the older models? Most likely just you get what you get, but I wouldn't mind to see what people can oc to, with newer or older models:)
 

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