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    #41  
    Just reinstalled, and my pre is back to normal. And by NORMAL, I mean fast. Thanks again dev.
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    Quote Originally Posted by muster2010 View Post
    Hi all,
    can anyone send me the 800Mhz-Patch to mltm.arslan(at)googlemail.com ...thank you in forward...
    mel
    Go back to the main thread, the links are back up.
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    I dont really need WEBOSQI to get to a command line, I can get there either via novaterm with pre wired to PC, or by a putty session.

    I only really need to acquire the actual patch file, then run the command.

    Ok, maybe I'll read more.. or wait for the IPK.
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    question: does uninstalling the patched kernel remove the .sh file as well? In other words, if I uninstall it and upgrade webos, will the .sh file still be there or do I need to transfer it again?
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    What does the overclocking do to battery life?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonylawca View Post
    Do you mean that instal 800 patch is like downgrade the 1.41 back to 1.40. And cannot enjoy every fixes of 1.41?
    Not exactly. I was very specific in saying that it would revert any
    fixes that were applied to the 1.4 Kernel itself. There are many many
    other bug fixes to specific applications and other packages that
    would be unaffected, but it *appears* that there is an updated
    1.4.1 kernel package as well and if you install the old 800Mhz patch,
    you'll be reverting that specific package and any fixes it contains.
    They're liable to be the more esoteric stuff that doesn't have obvious
    line items in the release notes but could be very important (tied
    to memory management and such).

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    #47  
    Quote Originally Posted by pelikan3 View Post
    What does the overclocking do to battery life?
    Do a search. There's several threads related to 800Mhz and battery usage.

    ian
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daemon View Post
    Not exactly. I was very specific in saying that it would revert any
    fixes that were applied to the 1.4 Kernel itself. There are many many
    other bug fixes to specific applications and other packages that
    would be unaffected, but it *appears* that there is an updated
    1.4.1 kernel package as well and if you install the old 800Mhz patch,
    you'll be reverting that specific package and any fixes it contains.
    They're liable to be the more esoteric stuff that doesn't have obvious
    line items in the release notes but could be very important (tied
    to memory management and such).

    ian

    Do you, or anyone else, have any idea if we uninstall the 800MHz patch that the kernel goes back to 1.4.1? If not, how do I get it back?

    My phone seems pretty snappy after the update, so I can wait for the updated 800MHz patch
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    the 800 & 720 ipk is working and will be tested over the next few days and should be out pretty soon I'm sure. So it might be better to just wait it out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadavis08 View Post
    the 800 & 720 ipk is working and will be tested over the next few days and should be out pretty soon I'm sure. So it might be better to just wait it out
    well unfortunately I didn't wait last night, lol... I went ahead and installed the old way. I have since uninstalled though.

    Did I screw my phone?
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    did we get two updates back to back? What's with the 1.4.1.1 . That's not correct is it ? Its 1.4.1 right?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daemon View Post
    Not exactly. I was very specific in saying that it would revert any
    fixes that were applied to the 1.4 Kernel itself. There are many many
    other bug fixes to specific applications and other packages that
    would be unaffected, but it *appears* that there is an updated
    1.4.1 kernel package as well and if you install the old 800Mhz patch,
    you'll be reverting that specific package and any fixes it contains.
    They're liable to be the more esoteric stuff that doesn't have obvious
    line items in the release notes but could be very important (tied
    to memory management and such).

    ian
    I understand now. I will update the 1.41 and would not install the 800 mhz patch although i really like it because I can't stand the missing phone call bug in 1.40.
    Does anyone know the fixing of the missing phone call won't be reverted by 800mhz patch?
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    #53  
    Quote Originally Posted by Shadavis08 View Post
    did we get two updates back to back? What's with the 1.4.1.1 . That's not correct is it ? Its 1.4.1 right?!
    probably a lame April Fool's joke by a mod, lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadavis08 View Post
    did we get two updates back to back? What's with the 1.4.1.1 . That's not correct is it ? Its 1.4.1 right?!
    Quote Originally Posted by JTH182 View Post
    probably a lame April Fool's joke by a mod, lol
    Americans got 1.4.1.1

    Everyone outside of the USA got 1.4.1
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    Quote Originally Posted by JTH182 View Post
    probably a lame April Fool's joke by a mod, lol
    Sprint version is 1.4.1.1, maybe other carriers have 1.4.1 or something...
    Not an Aprils Fool's joke.
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    lol wow very happy i wasnt thinking it would go smoothly reinstalling on 1.4.1.1 but it actually almost seemed quicker
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    Understanding all of the potential risks/downsides I decided to put the 720MHz patch on my phone after updating to 1.4.1.1. I agree--It does make sense that any changes that were made to the kernel itself in the 1.4.1.1 update are lost by doing this. That detail does make me a bit uneasy, but I'll be damned if the overclocking patch doesn't seem to be a match made in heaven with the new version of webOS. As I noted before, I'm running at 720MHz now, and I was running at 800MHz before 1.4.1.1, and it is *clearly* smoother all around at 720MHz after the update than it was at 800MHz before the update. No question in my mind about that.

    The 1.4.1.1 update made a big difference for me in terms of UI responsiveness even without any overclocking patches applied, that said. When I uninstalled the 800MHz patch and rebooted, I immediately started the update once the phone came back up, so I didn't really use it until the update was complete... When I finally picked it back up, I was surprised to find that the return to stock clock speeds was not nearly as unpleasant as I expected it to be... Although my phone was running at 600MHz for some reason with no modifications, even after a reboot. I don't know what's up with that.

    Anyhow, the improvements to UI responsiveness that were made in the 1.4.1.1 update seem to be fully present even with the 1.4 kernel restored by the overclocking patch.

    Hot damn this phone is fast now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tonylawca View Post
    Do you mean that instal 800 patch is like downgrade the 1.41 back to 1.40. And cannot enjoy every fixes of 1.41?
    Can we get unixphsycho and caj2008 to chime in on this?

    By installing the 800MHZ patch right now do you know if it will negate the benefits of 1.4.1?

    For best results wait? or doesn't matter?

    Cheers
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    #59  
    Quote Originally Posted by st0921 View Post
    Sprint version is 1.4.1.1, maybe other carriers have 1.4.1 or something...
    Not an Aprils Fool's joke.


    Really? I have Sprint and I could have sworn it was only 1.4.1

    EDIT: Just checked device info... it is 1.4.1.1 after all! I redact my statement... sorry mods!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thor e View Post
    Can we get unixphsycho and caj2008 to chime in on this?

    By installing the 800MHZ patch right now do you know if it will negate the benefits of 1.4.1?

    For best results wait? or doesn't matter?

    Cheers
    I've been wondering: aside from the change to ipk format, I thought the only thing being done right now was testing the old patches for stability. In other words, nothing in the patches was being re-written, right? So installing the patches, even in their new format, would have the same "regression" effect, no?

    Developer input on this claim would be very nice at this point.
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