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  1. #1521  
    Quote Originally Posted by NuttyBunny View Post
    This is weird... did it feel hot? or was it normal?

    Try again uninstalling the patch for a couple of days, or try the 720Mhz one...
    It was very much cool and normal.

    Also, when it suddenly shut down, the usual round icon that shows up when you are powering down did not appear. It is as if the Pre went idle and just stayed that way (or when one removes the battery manually when the Pre is still on).

    Is it possible that the patch is affecting the battery in some way? Hmmm..
  2. #1522  
    Does anyone know why the link to the 800MHz patch isn't working?
  3. #1523  
    Quote Originally Posted by dslunceford View Post
    OK folks, the video originally posted Friday comparing stock 500MHz Pre to overclocked 800MHz Pre is back up, check it out here:
    no its not!
  4. #1524  
    Quote Originally Posted by grndslm View Post
    Li-Ions require a specific type of "break-in" to achieve optimum longevity.

    That type of break-in is: MAX CHARGE & MAX DISCHARGE TIMES THREE. Then, keep battery topped off as often as possible. This is only for Li-Ion batteries, which is most everything sold as of today.

    Many, many things require break-in -- batteries, processors (as caj has experienced with his suggestion of letting things "equilibriate"), engines, air compressors, headphones, speakers, & even women.
    I thought that was NOT necessary for Li-ion batteries. Anyways, it doesn't make much sense that the NEW battery is outperforming my 6-months old battery in its very first cycle. It's almost 10 PM and I'm at 40% battery, a feat I did not know was possible with my Pre. The 720 MHz patch is still on, the phone is cool and the only minor glitch I saw today was the screen not coming up right after clicking the power button. Very pleased and hoping things continue along this vein.
  5. #1525  
    Quote Originally Posted by ericizzy1 View Post
    take the battery out, and look at thge white sticker, it will give you the speed u are running on
    that would be kool if i could do that after i just install a patch to change the speed ha ha
    Quote Originally Posted by gc295 View Post
    It was very much cool and normal.

    Also, when it suddenly shut down, the usual round icon that shows up when you are powering down did not appear. It is as if the Pre went idle and just stayed that way (or when one removes the battery manually when the Pre is still on).

    Is it possible that the patch is affecting the battery in some way? Hmmm..
    some processors can not handle the 800 kernel so you should probably be running on the 720 . try that out it should work out better for you. i had to go down to the 720 because my phone got buggy on the 800 kernel and it was acting weird in a few different ways after two days on it lol
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  6. #1526  
    i've had no complaints with the 800 Mhz patch but this morning I awoke to a warm pre on the touchstone iwth a blank screen that was on. I freaked out as it woudn't respond. Popped teh battery in/out. Back to normal, whew

    Only thing I might have done is use CPU Scaler to do 125-->800 to save battery. If using CPU Scaler I suggest 250-->800 is the lowest I would go.

    Anyone else have similar issues?
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    #1527  
    Can someone please PM me the 800 patch? only the 720 one link is working....


    Thanks
  8. #1528  
    Quote Originally Posted by Palmzero View Post
    no its not!
    Try again, link moved...
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    #1529  
    is there a 600 MHz patch for webOS 1.4? I know the current CPUs are capable of running at 600, but Palm underclocked them at 500, so if I make it go back to 600, it'll go faster and at the same be safe.
  10. #1530  
    Quote Originally Posted by dchamero View Post
    Can someone please PM me the 800 patch? only the 720 one link is working....


    Thanks
    Can't get either link to work
  11. #1531  
    Can someone who has already downloaded the 800 MHz patch please upload it to a site, looks like someone has removed it from the original site.

    Thanks for the good work!
  12. #1532  
    Please let me know once you get something
  13. #1533  
    Can you please upload the patches once more, they seem to have reached their DL limit on the prior site, thank you again for the great work.
  14. #1534  
    Quote Originally Posted by gjonbalajg View Post
    Can someone who has already downloaded the 800 MHz patch please upload it to a site, looks like someone has removed it from the original site.

    Thanks for the good work!
    Quote Originally Posted by gjonbalajg View Post
    Please let me know once you get something
    Quote Originally Posted by gjonbalajg View Post
    Can you please upload the patches once more, they seem to have reached their DL limit on the prior site, thank you again for the great work.
    Chillax man. They'll probably be back up really soon.
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    #1535  
    I can't seem to uninstall the 800 MHZ patch it says : /var/home/root/800MHzOS1351.sh: not found anyone help ?

    EDIT says this: root@palm-webos-device: sh /var/home/root/800MHzOS1351.sh uninstall
    sh: can't open /var/home/root/800MHzOS1351.sh
    root@palm-webos-device:
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    #1536  
    POSSIBLE FIRST REPORT ON OVERCLOCKED PRE BURNED. I POSTED ON TWITTER HOW EXCITED I WAS ABOUT MY PRE WAS RUNNING SO FAST. THIS GUY @madenit FROM THE UK SEARCHED FOR TWITS ON THE OVERCLOCKED PRES AND HE SAW MINE, SO HE ASKED ME HOW IT WAS WORKING FOR ME HE WAS AFRAID OF DOING IT, SO I TOLD HIM IT WAS DOING GREAT NO ERRORS AT ALL SO HE INSTALLED THE 720MHZ PATCH HE REPLIED TO ME HE LIKED IT N THAT HE MIGHT DO THE 800MHZ I TOLD HIM TO GO AHEAD NOT TO BE AFRAID AND THIS IS WHAT HE REPLIED BACK TODAY "@checho_dallas am in the UK & got my Pre offlne. So no replacements for me" I'M WAITING ON HIS RESPONSE TO SEE WHAT HAPPENED GOT ME WORRIED NOW!!!!.
  17. #1537  
    Here are some fun statistics I compiled. I ran the quick test from the device info page while I ran Powertop.

    CPUTime:
    Code:
    10000000+0 records in
    10000000+0 records out
    real    0m 41.33s
    user    0m 5.46s
    sys     0m 35.64s
    ScaleInfo:
    Code:
    The current scaling governor is
    ondemand
    The cpu's current frequency is
    250000
    The maximum scaling frequency is
    800000
    The minimum scaling frequency is
    250000
    The cpu % utilization scale up threshold is
    30
    The powersave bias setting in 0.1% increments is
    0
    The scaling sampling rate in microseconds (1sec=1000000) is
    200000
    ScaleStats:
    Code:
    800000 37507
    720000 48132
    600000 299
    550000 33
    500000 2473
    250000 86168
    125000 60722
       From  :    To
             :    800000    720000    600000    550000    500000    250000    125000 
       800000:         0         5        13         2         1        11       122 
       720000:         1         0         6         0        49       160         3 
       600000:         2         1         0         0         1         6         9 
       550000:         0         0         0         0         0         1         1 
       500000:         1         0         0         0         0        49         1 
       250000:        15       213         0         0         0         0         0 
       125000:       135         0         0         0         0         1         0
    CpuStats:
    Code:
    #--------------------------------------------------------
    Printing out CPU info...
    #--------------------------------------------------------
    Processor	: ARMv7 Processor rev 3 (v7l)
    BogoMIPS	: 124.51
    Features	: swp half thumb fastmult vfp edsp 
    CPU implementer	: 0x41
    CPU architecture: 7
    CPU variant	: 0x1
    CPU part	: 0xc08
    CPU revision	: 3
    Control reg	: 0xc5387f
    Aux control reg	: 0x42
    L1 instruction cache:
    	features	: read-alloc 
    	size		: 16 KB
    	assoc		: 4
    	line length	: 64
    	sets		: 64
    L1 data cache:
    	features	: write-through write-back read-alloc 
    	size		: 16 KB
    	assoc		: 4
    	line length	: 64
    	sets		: 64
    L2 unified cache:
    	features	: write-through write-back read-alloc write-alloc
    	size		: 256 KB
    	assoc		: 8
    	line length	: 64
    	sets		: 512
    Cache LoC	: 2
    Cache LoU	: 1
    
    Hardware	: Sirloin OMAP3430 board
    Revision	: 34304332
    Serial		: 0000000000000000
    #--------------------------------------------------------
    800000 36265
    720000 48114
    600000 299
    550000 33
    500000 2473
    250000 77424
    125000 52923
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    125000
    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Do you want to start CPU tests? (y/n): 
    Starting User Space Tests on the CPU...
    PowerTop Info:
    Code:
    PowerTOP 1.12   (C) 2007, 2008 Intel Corporation 
    
    Collecting data for 120 seconds 
    
    
    Cn	          Avg residency
    C0 (cpu running)        (94.2%)
    C1	  0.0ms ( 0.0%)
    C2	  0.1ms ( 0.0%)
    C3	  1.6ms ( 0.6%)
    C4	  4.2ms ( 1.3%)
    C5	 16.1ms ( 3.9%)
    P-states (frequencies)
       800 Mhz     0.0%
       720 Mhz    93.8%
       600 Mhz     0.0%
       550 Mhz     0.0%
    Wakeups-from-idle per second :  9.7	interval: 120.0s
    Top causes for wakeups:
      24.7% (113.2)   [      ]     <interrupt> : gp timer 
      20.3% ( 92.9)   [      ]     <interrupt> : i2c_omap 
      18.9% ( 86.5)   [      ]     <interrupt> : hsmmc-omap 
       9.9% ( 45.3)   [      ]     <interrupt> : DMA 
       7.3% ( 33.5)   [      ]      LunaSysMgr : schedule_timeout (process_timeout) 
       3.9% ( 17.7)   [      ]     <interrupt> : WIFI_GPIO_INT 
       3.3% ( 15.2)   [      ]     <interrupt> : OMAP2 Display 
       3.0% ( 14.0)   [      ]     <interrupt> : OMAP HDQ 
       2.0% (  8.9)   [   417]           mmcqd : do_nanosleep (hrtimer_wakeup) 
       1.2% (  5.5)   [      ]     <interrupt> : prcm 
       0.6% (  2.6)   [   304]       modem_rmw : usb_hcd_poll_rh_status (rh_timer_func) 
       0.6% (  2.5)   [  3227]        crotestd : omap_mmc_request_done (omap_mmc_timer_cb) 
       0.5% (  2.2)   [      ]          powerd : schedule_timeout (process_timeout) 
       0.5% (  2.2)   [      ]     <interrupt> : ohci_hcd:usb1 
       0.5% (  2.1)   [  1265]   PmWiFiService : startAdaptivePwrMgmt (TimerHandler) 
       0.4% (  1.8)   [      ] USB device  1-1 : Qualcomm CDMA Technologies MSM (Qualcomm, Incorporated) 
       0.4% (  1.7)   [      ]     <interrupt> : modemuart 
       0.3% (  1.2)   [  1548] wlan_main_servi : omap_mmc_request_done (omap_mmc_timer_cb) 
       0.2% (  1.1)   [      ]     <interrupt> : touchscreen 
       0.2% (  1.0)   [      ]     <interrupt> : twl4030-madc 
       0.2% (  0.9)   [  1399] TelephonyInterf : futex_wait (hrtimer_wakeup) 
       0.2% (  0.7)   [      ] USB device usb1 : OMAP OHCI (Linux 2.6.24-palm-joplin-3430 ohci_hcd) 
       0.1% (  0.6)   [   304]       modem_rmw : schedule_timeout (process_timeout) 
       0.1% (  0.4)   [   417]           mmcqd : cfq_completed_request (cfq_idle_slice_timer) 
       0.1% (  0.4)   [   417]           mmcqd : omap_mmc_request_done (omap_mmc_timer_cb) 
       0.1% (  0.2)   [     1]   <kernel core> : neigh_table_init_no_netlink (neigh_periodic_timer) 
       0.0% (  0.2)   [  1258]          powerd : omap_hdq_read_byte (hdq_timer_callback) 
       0.0% (  0.2)   [  1548] wlan_main_servi : __netdev_watchdog_up (dev_watchdog) 
       0.0% (  0.2)   [      ]     <interrupt> : mw_usb 
       0.0% (  0.2)   [  1416] TelephonyInterf : do_nanosleep (hrtimer_wakeup) 
       0.0% (  0.2)   [   136]   ksuspend_usbd : schedule_timeout (process_timeout) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [      ]            java : futex_wait (hrtimer_wakeup) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [      ]            java : schedule_timeout (process_timeout) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [  1828]      LunaSysMgr : write (VibeOSKernelTimerProc) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [  1548] wlan_main_servi : sk_reset_timer (tcp_delack_timer) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [  1663]       luna-send : __dst_free (delayed_work_timer_fn) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [     0]   <kernel core> : omap_mmc_request_done (omap_mmc_timer_cb) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [  1678]     fileindexer : schedule_timeout (process_timeout) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [      ]     <interrupt> : mw_app 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [  1548] wlan_main_servi : neigh_update (neigh_timer_handler) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [   177]         kswapd0 : schedule_timeout (process_timeout) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [   303]       modem_act : schedule_timeout (process_timeout) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [   304]       modem_rmw : autosuspend_check (delayed_work_timer_fn) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [   136]   ksuspend_usbd : modem_activity_usb_suspend (modem_act_timer) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [   303]       modem_act : hsuart_modem_sleep_handler (hsuart_idle_timeout) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [      ]      LunaSysMgr : omap_mmc_request_done (omap_mmc_timer_cb) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [  1678]     fileindexer : start_this_handle (commit_timeout) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [      ]        dropbear : sk_reset_timer (tcp_write_timer) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [  1286]   BrowserServer : schedule_timeout (process_timeout) 
       0.0% (  0.1)   [     0]   <kernel core> : page_writeback_init (wb_timer_fn) 
    
    A USB device is active  0.0% of the time:
    USB device usb1 : OMAP OHCI (Linux 2.6.24-palm-joplin-3430 ohci_hcd)
    
    Suggestion: enable the noatime filesystem option by executing the following command:
       mount -o remount,noatime /          or by pressing the T key 
    noatime disables persistent access time of file accesses, which causes lots of disk IO.
    
    Suggestion: enable the HPET (Multimedia Timer) in your BIOS or add 
    the kernel patch to force-enable HPET. HPET support allows Linux to 
    have much longer sleep intervals.
    
    Suggestion: Enable the CONFIG_HPET_TIMER kernel configuration option.
    Without HPET support the kernel needs to wake up every 20 milliseconds for 
    some housekeeping tasks.
    
    Suggestion: Enable the CONFIG_ACPI_BATTERY kernel configuration option.
     This option is required to get power estimages from PowerTOP
    
    Recent USB suspend statistics
    Active  Device name
      0.0%	USB device  1-1 : Qualcomm CDMA Technologies MSM (Qualcomm, Incorporated)
      0.0%	USB device usb1 : OMAP OHCI (Linux 2.6.24-palm-joplin-3430 ohci_hcd)
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    #1538  
    Quote Originally Posted by sergio_sss View Post
    POSSIBLE FIRST REPORT ON OVERCLOCKED PRE BURNED. I POSTED ON TWITTER HOW EXCITED I WAS ABOUT MY PRE WAS RUNNING SO FAST. THIS GUY @madenit FROM THE UK SEARCHED FOR TWITS ON THE OVERCLOCKED PRES AND HE SAW MINE, SO HE ASKED ME HOW IT WAS WORKING FOR ME HE WAS AFRAID OF DOING IT, SO I TOLD HIM IT WAS DOING GREAT NO ERRORS AT ALL SO HE INSTALLED THE 720MHZ PATCH HE REPLIED TO ME HE LIKED IT N THAT HE MIGHT DO THE 800MHZ I TOLD HIM TO GO AHEAD NOT TO BE AFRAID AND THIS IS WHAT HE REPLIED BACK TODAY "@checho_dallas am in the UK & got my Pre offlne. So no replacements for me" I'M WAITING ON HIS RESPONSE TO SEE WHAT HAPPENED GOT ME WORRIED NOW!!!!.
    wow! Sorry for that guy. Hope it's an isolated incident.

    On to good news, I just discovered that the 800 Mhz patch made me want to send MMS more often! The increase in speed is amazing!
  19. #1539  
    Quote Originally Posted by Lucki View Post
    I can't seem to uninstall the 800 MHZ patch it says : /var/home/root/800MHzOS1351.sh: not found anyone help ?
    Check wether it is in that directory or not; what does the following command show?

    Code:
    ls /var/home/root/
  20. #1540  
    Hi!

    I uninstalled the 500MHz Cpu scaling patch, rebooted, then installed the 720MHz one with no problems.

    I then set the governor to ondemand in order to enable Cpu scaling; I also set the minimum freq to 250MHz (instead of the default 125MHz).

    Everything seemed to work fine and fast, but... watching a video or playing NFSU aren't that fine. The bottom of the screen is not displayed fine, it flickers.

    Does any of you have the same issue?

    Note: I don't want my Pre always at 720 or 800MHz... I prefer it to scale to that speed when needed (temperature, battery...)

    TIA

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