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  1. #741  
    Quote Originally Posted by ltlruss View Post
    if you run the speed check from the first page, what does it say?

    Cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_cur_freq
    500000
  2. #742  
    I observed my Pre after 5 hours of installation it pretty much acting normal now. Of course, it fast like hell.
    First two hours it was slightly warm (not noticeable), after few hours of equilibration it is now cool as it used to be.
    Thanks guys, you rock.
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    #743  
    Quote Originally Posted by gladesmellzgood View Post
    Has anyone answered this I've looked and have not seen anything.
    I need help I had ran the following script on my pre to run it at 600mhz:

    mount -o remount,rw /
    cd /usr/bin
    sed "s/500000/600000/g" LunaSysMgr > newlunasysmgr
    mv LunaSysMgr LunaSysMgr.orig
    mv newlunasysmgr LunaSysMgr
    chmod +x LunaSysMgr

    How do I remove it now!???
    If not, then

    mount -o remount,rw /
    cd /usr/bin
    mv LunaSysMgr LunaSysMgr.old
    mv LunaSysMgr.orig LunaSysMgr
    chmod +x LunaSysMgr

    then reboot. check to ensure you're running 500mhz (at the beginning of the thread are instructions)
  4. #744  
    Thank you so much for doing this and allowing us all to benefit from yoru knowledge and skill. This is absolutely amazing. I just installed the 800 patch and will post later on how its going but right away I can see scrolling is FAST and SMOOTH, apps open much faster.

    BTW before kernel Battery Monitor showed Temp of 41 degrees. Made me nervous about installing the kernel. I use my Pre pretty extensively, get massive email that is always syncing, facebook patch installed and with 1000 friends lots of messages flowing here too, so I could run hot without he kernel and was afraid it might push me over the top. But after installing patch temp dropped to 36!!!! I imagine it will not always be that low but nice to see it did not go higher.

    Again, kudos. Palm should be hiring you guys (along with the webos internals crew). You are all a gift to us.
  5. #745  
    my light has hung on from time to time, but before ever installing this patch.
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    #746  
    Quote Originally Posted by eXPerience333 View Post
    500000
    wish I knew more about this stuff to help you out... I'm sure that there is someone that can help you get the 800 running...
  7. #747  
    Quote Originally Posted by GridIron21 View Post
    Anybody?
    Did you do the step on where to send the file? Step # 6
    --> 6) Use WebOS Quick Install Tools - Send File /var/home/root
  8. #748  
    Quote Originally Posted by clintwinstead View Post
    I installed the patch exactly as described. The speed was dramatically faster, much like the video. Two things happened that forced me to uninstall the patch. First I noticed that the battery was draining at an incredible rate. Under normal, same as usual use, the battery drained over 20% in just 30 minutes.
    The main reason I uninstalled was that after a few minutes of use, the home button began to blink and eventually just stayed on. I didn't have any messages or e-mails and I have that feature turned off anyway, as I have no real use for it.
    I tried rebooting the phone and about 1 minute of use the button lit up again.
    I uninstalled the patch as described. All went back to normal.
    Anybody else experience the light deal?
    (it was fast as hell though!)
    Did you take the phone out of developer mode?
    Live free or DIE!
  9. #749  
    Quote Originally Posted by ltlruss View Post
    wish I knew more about this stuff to help you out... I'm sure that there is someone that can help you get the 800 running...
    hey now, its ok. Ill go with the 720. Thank you guys very very much
  10. #750  
    Quote Originally Posted by eXPerience333 View Post
    hey now, its ok. Ill go with the 720. Thank you guys very very much
    Did you uninstall the 720 before installing the 800?
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  11. #751  
    Way cool. Thank you. With the 800 kernel everything's a good bit faster and it makes a big difference. Wow.
  12. #752  
    thanks!
  13. #753  
    i finally got it and im happy but ill let you guys know when i see a difference
  14. #754  
    I've noticed how some have posted how to check the speeds, but where exactly do you do that from? WOSQI? If so, which tool to use, what command to enter and what is the value that should be shown if you installed the 800Mhz tweak?

    Thanks!

    BTW, I installed the patch in about 5 minutes (the longest is the reboot phase), easy peasy. The speed check, though... not so much.
  15. #755  
    Hi,

    I got it to work using Terminus, not recommended though. Follow instructions on first page.

    But I have to say I am astounded!

    Screaming Fast!

    I ran the benchmark and its listing me as 69% faster than all Pre browsers!

    Rob
  16. #756  
    Quote Originally Posted by Carioca_FL View Post
    I've noticed how some have posted how to check the speeds, but where exactly do you do that from? WOSQI? If so, which tool to use, what command to enter and what is the value that should be shown if you installed the 800Mhz tweak?

    Thanks!

    BTW, I installed the patch in about 5 minutes (the longest is the reboot phase), easy peasy. The speed check, though... not so much.
    enter this into WOSQI Linux commandline:
    cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/cpuinfo_cur_freq

    it should say 800000 for 800Mhz or 720000 for 720Mhz
    Live free or DIE!
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    #757  
    So easy to install!
  18. #758  
    Doh, found this in the OP (emphasis mine):

    2) Check Speed (3 ways to do so, I prefer the BogoMIPS Method):
    under Tools - Linux Command Line
    cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/stats/time_in_state
    -should see 500000 increase as a function of time

    cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_cur_freq
    -should see 500 MHz
    On the first command, I see:

    800000 38292
    720000 0
    600000 1
    550000 0
    500000 1273
    250000 0
    125000 0
    And the second command ("scaling cur freq" command) and I get this:

    800000
    Which is what I assume it should show if you ran the 800Mhz tweak?
  19. #759  
    Thanks unixpsycho! This thread is moving fast!
  20. #760  
    Quote Originally Posted by rlanza1054 View Post
    Hi,

    I got it to work using Terminus, not recommended though. Follow instructions on first page.

    But I have to say I am astounded!

    Screaming Fast!

    I ran the benchmark and its listing me as 69% faster than all Pre browsers!

    Rob
    I also just installed using terminus. I'm at work, so I don't have quickinstall available. It was quite painless, and I am astounded at the difference the 800MHz patch makes.

    Phone app is instant, scrolling is smoother, and there is a general, across-the-board improvement in responsiveness.

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