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  1. #21  
    HOLY CRAP!!! it's really THAT fast!!!
    OK, again thank you very very much Jeff and Marco, now I'm really going to bed.
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    I think Pre Central just crashed for a few mins...
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    It automatically rebooted for me also after the installation completed. Huge difference between 500 & 800MHz!! THANK YOU for all the hard work!!!!!!!
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    Agreed mine auto rebooted and now Q/I will not connect with the Pre keeps asking for me to plug it in

    i'm running 720
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    My phone also rebooted itself... Working great. Thanks again. You guys rock
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    WOW this is amazing, I'm going to link to this by twitter, my blog, and my theme forum, everyone should be running their Pre this way!
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    #27  
    My QI also did not reconnect right away... Just closed it out and opened again. Worked fine after that
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    Yay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    installing now


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    great job guys. installed. THANKS!!!!
  11. #31  
    Absolutely brilliant! You're both gentlemen and saints!
  12. #32  
    Quote Originally Posted by ltlruss View Post
    My QI also did not reconnect right away... Just closed it out and opened again. Worked fine after that
    I concur I actually had to switch ports before it found it again..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Major Payne View Post
    Agreed mine auto rebooted and now Q/I will not connect with the Pre keeps asking for me to plug it in

    i'm running 720
    to fix that, either reboot your computer or go StartMenu->Run...->"services.msc"

    Then look for "Palm Novacom", right click, and select "restart"
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    11) Check the speed (ie-for the 800 MHz patch cpuinfo command you should observe the following (OS at 800 MHz):

    How exactly do I check this?

    I shut it down and started it up but doesn't seem any faster to me..?
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  15. #35  
    wow, I dont have to slow my roll anymore... GOOGLE MAPS IS FINALLY SNAPPY!

    overall AMAZING experience now! webOS WILL live on as long as the next phone has 1Ghz. scrolling is like butter without anymore hickups!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Robitaille View Post
    to fix that, either reboot your computer or go StartMenu->Run...->"services.msc"

    Then look for "Palm Novacom", right click, and select "restart"
    I just moved ports and it forced it to restart lol

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    you guys are my heroes thank you i can now go to bed and dream of all the 800mhz goodness
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    is this the same patch as the alpha guys tested or this is a modified version?
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    I need help...my 600MHz patch is not uninstalling!!!....when i type: sh /var/home/root/600MHz_OSIndependentpatch.sh uninstall, it just says: can't open var/home/root/600MHz_OSIndependentpatch

    Please help!
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    Quote Originally Posted by caj2008 View Post
    A reboot is a luna restart and is not a hard rest (power off/on). A power off/on is essential for loading or unloading of the kernel. A Luna restart doesnt accomplish anything.
    Hmm, it appeared to do a full restart, not a luna restart, and the cpuinfo showed the correct info after that as well, but just to be safe I'll trust that you know more than I do and do a power off / on in addition anyway.

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