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    OC Kernel?

    is anyone working on this? I would love to overclock it.

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    I have the kernel src and I am currently working on porting CM7 to the A2 (from CM source), so only time will tell

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    You would definately be my hero.

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    What makes the CM7 so good? I don't want this to come off like I'm trying to degrade it, because I'm not, I really don't know. I've never used it, but if it's faster and better than the stock rooted, I might use it. Is there a way for tech-savy (not programming-savy) person to program it to their A2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by natebarrett11 View Post
    What makes the CM7 so good? I don't want this to come off like I'm trying to degrade it, because I'm not, I really don't know. I've never used it, but if it's faster and better than the stock rooted, I might use it. Is there a way for tech-savy (not programming-savy) person to program it to their A2?
    You should be able to do it when following a tutorial.

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    Okay, thanks. What's so good about it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by natebarrett11 View Post
    Okay, thanks. What's so good about it?
    I have it on my Ascend (the first one) and it really helped. I can overclock with it, and there are a whole bunch of other settings I don't use. The main reason to get it was to remove all of the junk that Huawei put on the phone and to optimize it.

    I've heard the Ascend 2 isn't really too bad out of the box so other than overclocking it I'm not sure what else it can do. You can check out their website for more information if you want.

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    Hmm, okay, I will definitely do that. That's why I was curious because I had heard about it on the A1. And yeah, it's pretty dang good. I'm actually working on a Second Look review that I'll be posting within the next few weeks. It's going to be somewhat long and incorporate the totality of the device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by natebarrett11 View Post
    Hmm, okay, I will definitely do that. That's why I was curious because I had heard about it on the A1. And yeah, it's pretty dang good. I'm actually working on a Second Look review that I'll be posting within the next few weeks. It's going to be somewhat long and incorporate the totality of the device.
    I'm looking forward to seeing it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by natebarrett11 View Post
    Okay, thanks. What's so good about it?
    Quote Originally Posted by avenue View Post
    I have it on my Ascend (the first one) and it really helped. I can overclock with it, and there are a whole bunch of other settings I don't use. The main reason to get it was to remove all of the junk that Huawei put on the phone and to optimize it.

    I've heard the Ascend 2 isn't really too bad out of the box so other than overclocking it I'm not sure what else it can do. You can check out their website for more information if you want.
    What Avenue said and CM7 is built from AOSP src (Android source code) with their twist and added features added. CM is continually working on improving CM7, so its always getting better and better. With the A2 only being slightly better than the A1 but having the dedicated gpu makes it run worlds better than its predecessor, by what I am told anyhow lol. I hope to own one soon myself to ad in porting CM7 to it, but in the mean time I am working on getting the device configs setup and get a config for the kernel src we already have for the A2.

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    oc kernel is a done thing, now to get CM7 ported to be able to use




    Edit: Correction, I still got more work to do to it but its close
    Last edited by PlayfulGod; 08-14-2011 at 08:25 PM.

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    PlayfulGod,

    I am loathe to ask because I know you are busy on CM7 but I am a selfish b*****. Can you release an OC kernel that will work with stock? It would be more than enough for me until CM7 is ready to roll. Obviously, I have no idea how difficult this would be, but I have to ask.

    I know that alot of people would love to have it.

    Romp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romp View Post
    PlayfulGod,

    I am loathe to ask because I know you are busy on CM7 but I am a selfish b*****. Can you release an OC kernel that will work with stock? It would be more than enough for me until CM7 is ready to roll. Obviously, I have no idea how difficult this would be, but I have to ask.

    I know that alot of people would love to have it.

    Romp
    I have been told by my mentor is can work But I was also told I needed to do more in what I got done thus far to it too lol.

    Will be testing tomorrow
    Last edited by PlayfulGod; 08-15-2011 at 12:17 AM.

 

 

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