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    I remember hearing that we need the code to be released but now that we know webOS 2.x isn't coming to the original Pre/Pixi(+), does that mean no overclocking at all?
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    Without a kernel source code release (which normally follows the webOS Doctor release by a couple of weeks), we cannot do an overclocking kernel for that version of webOS on that device.

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    they are overclocked now, so that's what you will contiue to use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cantaffordit View Post
    they are overclocked now, so that's what you will contiue to use.
    I think the OP was referring to OC options for people who have (one way or another) installed a more recent WebOS on their Pre. No point in discussing how or why/why not here. Just clarifying.

    It's certainly sad all around.
    Quote Originally Posted by VeeDubb65 View Post
    It is as if you said that the result a dog and a cat mating was a giraffe. It's so completely wrong, that it's difficult to argue with someone who believes it to be true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VeeDubb65 View Post
    I think the OP was referring to OC options for people who have (one way or another) installed a more recent WebOS on their Pre. No point in discussing how or why/why not here. Just clarifying.
    Yes, that is the sense of the question I was responding to.

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