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    There are alot of patches in preware for CPU scaling...which one would be good to use?
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    since the update there arent much and palm just put the chip in to 600 mhz so u dont need any scalling anymore didnt u notice ur phone being faster? palm told me the last time that this update has the chip uneabled and it has.
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    and palms way wont break ur phone or will brake the chip like the homebrew scalling once can do. so ur good to go with out it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jessef View Post
    There are alot of patches in preware for CPU scaling...which one would be good to use?
    as it is right now the 600 speed is not sticking after a reboot, or a luna restart, so it doesn't help anything. the pre is quicker with this last update, but it is not because Palm has set the chip to 600.

    see this thread for more info, it is very informative. i would recommend reading it all and not just popping in as it will help to understand a lot about some aspects of the Pre's OS.

    http://forums.precentral.net/palm-pr...e-1-3-5-a.html
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    Thanks for the help guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by jessef View Post
    Thanks for the help guys
    no prob
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    it wouldnt be prudent at this juncture to install smartreflex.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jessef View Post
    There are alot of patches in preware for CPU scaling...which one would be good to use?
    I cannot recommend any of them for widespread installation. With the 1.3.5 webOS release we're even considering removing the 500MHz SmartReflex patches from Preware due to multiple instability reports (we're waiting to see whether it really is the patches, or other transition user-induced problems).

    Whether or not they work in a stable fashion will depend on the specific manufacturing tolerances of your individual device, with no regard to date of manufacture. That's the simple facts of semiconductor fabrication and speed binning of parts.

    Of course, all the patches will continue to be available in source form for any individual to install at their own discretion and personal risk.

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    Having trouble removing Powersave CPU Scaling 500MHz patch... getting an IPKG error... any suggestions?

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