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[INIT.D SCRIPT][OverClock] init.d Script for tekahuna's OMAP4 Overclock Modules [1-10-12]

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OP frostincredible

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Teenage Hacker >:)

Posted 09 January 2012 - 02:59 PM #1

Mod Type:: Script

Difficulty:: Very Easy

Mod Status:: Stable

Apply In:: Alt. Recovery

Optional:: Overclocked

Requires Root:: Yes

Source::

init.d Script to load tekahuna's OMAP4 Overclock Modules

by: frostincredible

Disclaimer: You are responsible for your own device. If you do something to it then blame me, I shall laugh at you.


Requirements:

-OMAP4 Device

-tekahuna's "symsearch.ko" and "opptimizer.ko" modules

---(instructions at link in step 1)

-Rooted

-CWM (or CWM compatible recovery)

-ROM with init.d support (stock OEM ROMs do not support init.d, if on an OEM ROM go here: http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1294009)



Instructions:

1. Go here and install tekahuna's overclock modules (these are NOT included in the ZIPs found on this page, you must download them from HIS site): http://rootzwiki.com...fficial-thread/

2. Follow his instructions only up to stage 5.

3. Download the ZIP corresponding to the speed you want to run. (e.g. 1100MHz = 1.1GHz).

4. Place ZIP on SDCARD

5. Boot into CWM (or other compatible recovery, stock will NOT work).

6. Flash ZIP

7. Reboot and open a 3rd party app such as ROM Toolbox or SetCPU and move MAX slider all the way up, should be running now at speed of the ZIP you flashed.


ZIPs: (The 1.0GHz is to go back to stock)

1000MHz (1.0GHz) ----- http://dev-host.org/...0GHz-signed.zip

1100MHz (1.1GHz) ----- http://dev-host.org/...1GHz-signed.zip

1200MHz (1.2GHz) ----- http://dev-host.org/...2GHz-signed.zip

1225MHz (1.225GHz) -- http://dev-host.org/...5GHz-signed.zip

1250MHz (1.25GHz) ---- http://dev-host.org/...5GHz-signed.zip

1275MHz (1.275GHz) -- http://dev-host.org/...5GHz-signed.zip

1300MHz (1.3GHz) ----- http://dev-host.org/...3GHz-signed.zip

1400MHz (1.4GHz) ----- http://dev-host.org/...4GHz-signed.zip

1500MHz (1.5GHz) ----- http://dev-host.org/...5GHz-signed.zip





Thanks:

tekahuna for starting this idea with his Overclock modules.

wildstang83 for teaching my scripts back when I was on the Incredible.


Edited by frostincredible, 13 February 2012 - 02:29 PM.

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Frankie

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Posted 09 January 2012 - 03:03 PM #2

Thank you for this! Will flash when I get home.

Will we need to max out the max slider in setcpu with every boot?

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Edited by Frankie, 09 January 2012 - 03:04 PM.

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tekahuna

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Posted 09 January 2012 - 03:13 PM #3

@frostincredible: Thank you!

Thank you for this! Will flash when I get home.

Will we need to max out the max slider in setcpu with every boot?

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Just once, or when you change the clock speed. So, once you have it set with the init.d script, set it after your next reboot and you shouldn't have to set it again.
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OP frostincredible

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Posted 09 January 2012 - 03:18 PM #4

@frostincredible: Thank you!


No problem. Wouldn't be possible without you're making the overclock modules, so you thank you again for those. I linked back to your thread in the OP as yours requested, and kept the modules out of the zips. If you want something added/deleted/changed just tell me.
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Frankie

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Posted 09 January 2012 - 03:19 PM #5

@frostincredible: Thank you!



Just once, or when you change the clock speed. So, once you have it set with the init.d script, set it after your next reboot and you shouldn't have to set it again.


Great! Thanks!

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Frankie

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Posted 09 January 2012 - 03:44 PM #6

I have 1 last question. Just to be absolutely sure does the zip file need to be on the internal card or the external card?

I am pretty sure you mean the external card but I just want to be sure.

Thanks a lot

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Edited by Frankie, 09 January 2012 - 03:47 PM.

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jamesa

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Posted 09 January 2012 - 03:51 PM #7

I am still getting only 1GHz on the 1.2 shoo I have to change settings in
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jamesa

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Posted 09 January 2012 - 03:55 PM #8

I am still getting only 1GHz on the 1.2 shoo I have to change settings in set cpu
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OP frostincredible

frostincredible

Teenage Hacker >:)

Posted 09 January 2012 - 04:03 PM #9

I have 1 last question. Just to be absolutely sure does the zip file need to be on the internal card or the external card?

I am pretty sure you mean the external card but I just want to be sure.

Thanks a lot

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Can be on either
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unchoney

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Posted 09 January 2012 - 04:30 PM #10

I wonder if this will work on ics4bionic?
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