(android) Overclock Chinese Phones.Wednesday 11th of January 2012 05:51:39 PM
Overclock phone Chinese/generic.
First of all must sure be , which is necessary to .
But fran I not be if I am !, how do I know?.
And mira pedrito to know if you are you'll have to do the following: enters the android market, and low "Terminal Emulator" when you get off you'll see something very similar to this:
Nothing more than without so many letters...
Once we see that screen we are going to write "His" and press enter.
If you change to # e cel or tablet this root!.
Maybe changing you appear a little sign that tells you if permitis or denegas access permitilo!. If you see that acrtelito also means that you're !.
If no sos I recommend that you follow this tutorial that I did: ? Let the !.
First and foremost, got the SetCPU in its latest version, I recommend the version PRO I leave a link for the latest version pro that came:
Down once it is installed and give Superuser permissions. and ready.!.
But fran I not use this app as I do?.
Do good pedrito you levantaste a little dense today not?, as break eggs!....
Start from the beginning, the app interface:
This is the main screen.
I explain the meaning of every thing from top to bottom.
X Mhz: It indicates the speed at which runs the processor currently.
scaling x: He says that this scale using the processor.
X max and min: Indicates the maximum and minimum speeds that are configured to run the CPU.
Two bars Max and Min allow you to select the speed that the CPU will operate.
Scaling X: allows you to choose that scale will use the processor (types of scales will explain later).
 Set on boot: If this marked, apply this setting only starts the device. In the event that there is no marked, should be applied manually.
Different scales that we see in this screen, view scales and quantity will depend on the Kernel with the phone or tablet or the shit to use.
Types of scales:
Scales simply tell the processor what scale will take of the frequencies between minimum and maximum.
That scales there is and that for each one?:
OnDemand: available (and is the default scale type) in the majority of the Kernels. When the CPU reaches a point (see "up threashold", explained later), will be climbing speed slowly, so it's not more needy and go down again to the minimum.
Interactive: available only in New Kernels, and becoming the default scale in some official Kernels. Works in a manner similar to Ondemand, only which has a focus aimed at a greater response (hence greater consumption).
Conservative: available only in some Kernels. Functions as Ondemand, only to have to have lower response to the need to (as opposed to Interactive). Although you can reduce the response time, you can increase the battery life.
Performance: available in most of the Kernels. This scale will always maintain the speed of the CPU at maximum. It is better to put the values min. and Max. to the fullest and use the scale ondemand (or any other), that does not waste resources on the scanning of the State of the CPU.
Powersave: available in some Kernels. Exactly the opposite of Performance, keep the CPU to a minimum all the time.
Userspace: not recommended scale.
src="http://k04.KN3.NET/taringa/1/6/0/1/6/7/18/fraanmax/0A8.gif?718" / >Smartass: available only in some modified Kernels. It makes the CPU to behave as if the screen was turned off when the phone is inactive.
SavedgenZen: only in some modified Kernels. It is an improved version of the Smartass, and includes its own profile for when the screen turned off.
Profiles (tab "Profiles & quot: (use is optional, it is not only necessary is for users a little more experienced or eager to experiment.)")
This can be useful to extend the duration of the battery, for example.
Click "Enable" we need to use the profiles only. The "Notifications" box, what it does is let us know through notices in the State, which profile bar was using at the time.
To create a new profile, only of we would like to "Add Profile", and will see something like this:
I will explainparameter by parameter:
It is the condition that, if met, company profile. These are the available profiles:
Charging: You will select this profile if it is to load the terminal.
Charging AC: You will select this profile only if the team to be charged by AC (charging cord, normal).
Charging USB: You will select this profile only if the terminal is to be charged by USB.
Screen Off: You will select this profile if we turn off the screen (to block the terminal).
Battery <: You select this profile if the battery level is less than the specified.
Temp >: You will select this profile when the temperature of the battery or system reaches a certain point.
CPU Temp >: This single profile this available in terminals whose hardware and Kernel supports, such as the Motorola Atrix 4 G. When the temperature of the CPU is greater than the specified, SetCPU will give you notice and will use this profile.
/ >Time: allows you to specify a specific time in which this profile will be used. For example, if I select from 12: 00 AM to 02: 00 PM, in that period of time, this profile will be used.
In Call: When East on call, this will be the used profile.
Max and Min:
These are the highest speeds and minimal that will use the profile.
This will be the kind of scale that will use this profile.
If two profiles overlap, for example if the battery is less than 30% and I turn off the screen, SetCPU selected profile that has higher priority. Generally, those of Battery < should be profiles with higher priority.
Advanced (tab "Advanced"):
In this tab we can modify to our liking some features only some types of scales. The only modifications are available for the following types of scales: Interactive, Ondemand and Conservative.
To make this available configuration since that turns on the terminal, simply select "Set On Boot".
Sampling Rate: It is the interval (in milliseconds) in which the processor will review your status and will decide if it will use a frequency greater or less than the current.
src="http://k04.KN3.NET/taringa/1/6/0/1/6/7/18/fraanmax/0A8.gif?718" / >Up Threshold: defines a percentage from 1% to 100%. When the processor reaches this point, you will select one larger scale.
Down Threshold (only "Conservative" scale): It defines a percentage from 1 to 100. When you reach that point, it will select one smaller scale.
Ignore Nice Balance: If this option is set to 1, the system will ignore the processes "good" when it comes to decide whether to raise or lower the frequency.
Powersave Bias ("Ondemand" scale only): When the higher this value, it will least tend the CPU to use one larger scale.
These options are partially independent of the options in the main tab.
Information (tab "Info"):
In this tab there is much to explain. Here will show detailed information from our system. For example, information on the Kernel, CPU, battery, memory status (both internal and external) and more.
In this tab we can also find the "benchmarks". The smaller the result of the benchmark, it means that the performance of our phone is better. Keep in mind that this only has utility to compare between terminals with the same rom/kernel. That are also modified by processes running in the background.
It is also the"Stess test". Serves to test the stability of the Under /. It will keep the CPU occupied 100%. So it may not respond. This test will remain run infinitely. So to finish it, simply presionad the "Back" button.
About ("About" tab):
In this tab you'll find information about the version of SetCPU, and you can also change the theme. To apply the selected theme, simply restart SetCPU.'
This is all friends!