Samsung Galaxy S II for T-Mobile switches to ridiculous speed, overclocked beyond 1.8GHz
0. phoneArena posted on 07 Nov 2011, 07:44
The Samsung Galaxy S II for T-Mobile has been overclocked to over 1.8GHz by using an unofficial kernel. Those who have tried it say that the smartphone is stable enough to be used on a regular basis...
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2. shayan posted on 07 Nov 2011, 08:16 5
thats why everyone is rooting their android or jailbreaking their iphones.
4. c1985 posted on 07 Nov 2011, 08:21 3
"Everyone" is less then 10%...
9. tacohunter posted on 07 Nov 2011, 10:26 1
Shayan, don't write foolish comments. c1989, has alrdy proven you wrong. Read your sources better before you colment.
12. shayan posted on 07 Nov 2011, 13:49 3
I really dont see any point for your comment.
already proven me wrong?
I certainly didnt mean EVERYONE. though I thought they are more than 10 percent. I meant manufacture setting is not the best. jailbreaking makes iphone more functional, and if you dont mess with it so much, it offers the same speed.
and, the sources you are talking about, are more than 2 years old.
here is a more recent one:
3. remixfa posted on 07 Nov 2011, 08:17 2
bet the exynos at 1.2ghz is still better.. lol.
6. iamcc posted on 07 Nov 2011, 09:49 0
LOL that's exactly what I thought!
WE CAAANNNT STOP IT'S TOOO DANGERROUUSSS!
8. iamcc posted on 07 Nov 2011, 10:23 0
As long as your radar isn't jammed it's quite obvious. ;)
10. remixfa posted on 07 Nov 2011, 10:26 0
rasberry!! i hate rasberry!!!
5. Rayzin posted on 07 Nov 2011, 08:47 1
Overclock it alittle more and you have your own heater for the winter!
13. jdrevolution posted on 07 Nov 2011, 16:29 1
Now that's what I call multi-purposed.
Still waiting on the toaster capability though. :P
14. hobble posted on 07 Nov 2011, 19:36 0
What a newb, you don't set your lowest voltage high or set it at that at start.
16. Enough-Is-Never-Enough posted on 07 Nov 2011, 19:54 0
The thing for me is I am not a major fan of any one phone maker over the next. The thing that does have my attention is Motorola's webtop feature. That puts me in a postion where I pretty much have to choose a Motorola phone to get the webtop feature. As mentioned before I'm not biased towards one phone maker over another. I want Samsung's Galaxy screen size but I want Motorola's webtop feature (keyboard and mouse of course). Does anybody know if any other phone manufacturer's are coming out with there own webtop-like feature or am I stuck sticking to only Motorola to get something like the webtop. I saw something about a webtop-like device for the Evo 4g but the description did not say anyting about keyoard/mouse connections, plus it seemd like it was only for EVo 4g. ????????????????? I will post this same comment on a few other threads in case no one see's it here so don't be annoyed if you see this post on 6-7 other threads!!! (maybe more if I don't get a response)