1. carter17's Avatar
    Whats the best rom to have for overclocking i know it depends on what kernel your on but i have never really flashed a rom then a kernel always just did the rom right now im on bamf 2.2 and it continues to set my max clock speed to 700mhz its getting really annoying.. so any advice on good stable jb rom and kernel would be great. thanks
    08-26-2012 10:37 PM
  2. bbudnick5001's Avatar
    As usual: AOKP +Franco kernel=Fast, smooth, and stable. Just buy francos app it is well worth it.

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    08-26-2012 11:06 PM
  3. scarryman04's Avatar
    I'm using Sourcery 2.1 and it is amazing...super stable, the most mods out of any ROM available (over 1 quintillion combinations...seriously), and great battery life with stock kernel.

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    08-27-2012 03:32 AM
  4. carter17's Avatar
    Thanks for the replies

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    08-27-2012 09:56 AM
  5. scarryman04's Avatar
    Euroskanks CM10 is pretty boss as well

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    08-27-2012 01:53 PM
  6. dmmarck's Avatar
    As usual: AOKP +Franco kernel=Fast, smooth, and stable. Just buy francos app it is well worth it.

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    08-27-2012 01:56 PM
  7. carter17's Avatar
    This is what I'm using right now it is very smooth. Played around with the Franco kernel and started overclocking and everything went bad so I erased everything and just went with euroskank cm10

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    08-27-2012 04:39 PM
  8. bbudnick5001's Avatar
    This is what I'm using right now it is very smooth. Played around with the Franco kernel and started overclocking and everything went bad so I erased everything and just went with euroskank cm10

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    In my personal experience I have not found any need to overclock. Often times it leads to a random reboot or a laggy feel. Just leave the max around 1200 and change the governer if you like. No need to erase everything though

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    08-27-2012 09:51 PM
  9. carter17's Avatar
    My phone locked up and would not go past the boot screen just stayed at Google so I wiped it and reloaded the ROM it came back on. But it could have been something else. But your right runs smoother at 1.2ghz I just get board and start wanting to mess stuff up lol

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    08-27-2012 09:55 PM
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