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    I have come to realize while in webOS I can do many things to the Android side. One question I am interested in would be Govnah.

    Simple question, if I set Govnah to 1728 or 1512, will this be the clock speed on the Android rom applied to the tablet?

    Yes

    No

    Why?

    Thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomween1 View Post
    I have come to realize while in webOS I can do many things to the Android side. One question I am interested in would be Govnah.

    Simple question, if I set Govnah to 1728 or 1512, will this be the clock speed on the Android rom applied to the tablet?

    Yes

    No

    Why?

    Thank you
    I say no only from my own experience. With clock speed set in one Os it would never carry over to the other os, both directions. When I recently upgraded the ueberkernel in WebOS, it reset moboot from 0.3.5 to 0.3.3, so both ueberkernel and android use moboot. That is the only connection I see.

    when you boot into webos, moboot boots the UeberKernel with settings from Govnah. when you boot Android, moboot boots the android kernel which doesn't know anything about UeberKernel settings.

    So in theory, moboot separates the two worlds of android and webos.

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    Last edited by derausgewanderte; 01/08/2012 at 01:10 PM.
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    Simple Answer: No.
    Because they are entirely separate boot Kernels/OS's.
    'AnTuTu CPU Master' may be an Android 'equivalent' of webOS 'Govnah' however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutoidi View Post
    Simple Answer: No.
    Because they are entirely separate boot Kernels/OS's.
    'AnTuTu CPU Master' may be an Android 'equivalent' of webOS 'Govnah' however.

    Hmmm OK so what does Android see the cs as when you install the rom? If it's the 1.2ghz I thought moboot and Govnah where direct scripts to the cpu? So if what you say is the case, what does the rom see the cs at, 1.2?
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    1188Mhz Max // 192Mhz Min? 'AnTuTu' at least reverts to this as 'default'.
    Last edited by Mutoidi; 01/08/2012 at 04:43 PM.
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    I came across this thread while looking for the same question.
    I realized that the overclock with Govnah didnt carry over when booted into android when I done a benchmark test.
    However, I used an app in android called 'Benchmark & Tuning Free' which recognises Govnah installed so you can set an overclock in the settings to run your benchmark.
    Also, if you buy the full version, you can set the overclock to work 'on boot' but not with the free version

    Hope that helps

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