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  1.    #1  
    Before the update, all was well with overclocking.

    After the update, whenever I have PXAClocker enabled to any overclocked speed, the power on/off button has weird behavior. If on battery, it will power off, but not back on. If on AC power, if will power off, but not back on. Anytime I plug in into AC power, I can then turn it back on.

    Very odd. With PXAClocker completely disabled (that is, not loaded into memory at all), power works properly. If set to an overclocked speed, it gums up the works even if disabled - if it has been loaded into memory. IF set to the default system speed, all works properly.

    Most frustrating. I will report this behavior to PXAClocker support
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    I agree. Hope that an update will appear soon.
  3. #3  
    I am using PXAClocker Pro version 4.8. No problems with the power button.
  4.    #4  
    Quote Originally Posted by jwfisch
    I am using PXAClocker Pro version 4.8. No problems with the power button.
    What speed? I, too am using version 4.8 Pro, but I cannot overclock beyond 351 MHz. I used to be able to use 468 MHz., but on more. I have lost a great deal of the "snappiness" I had before.
  5. #5  
    I'm seeing this similar behavior on my 1.71/1.2 GSM-ENA phone. Has anyone worked out a solution to this yet?
  6. #6  
    The developer's page says it is not compatable with Cingular at this point.
    iPhone in the Washington DC area.

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