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How to root the original Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1000


Sunday 08th of April 2012 / androidauthority.com
The Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 is one of Samsung’s first devices on the tablet market scene. Since its inception, the device had met positive reviews from consumers and critics alike. Armed with a 1 GHz processor and 7.0 inch touchscreen, the Galaxy Tab is one mean machine for everyday use.For Galaxy Tab owners who felt that their tablet is getting sluggish by the day, then you might want to try rooting your device. Rooting can be a daunting task to many consumers, most especially to people who are just getting to know the Android OS. But, once you gain root access on your device, the possibilities are endless. For starters, rooting can enable you to install custom scripts or even overclock your device to make it faster. Needless to say, the Galaxy Tab can greatly benefit from such modifications.Luckily for us, developers have already made it possible to root the Galaxy Tab painlessly using one-click methods. In fact, we feature three methods in this post: DooMLoRD’s Easy Rooting Toolkit 4.0, z4root method, and SuperOneClick 2.3.3 method.This guide shows you how to root the origina
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Reason to root that Nexus 7 – how about overclocking to 2.0 GHz?


Saturday 25th of August 2012 / phandroid.com
It is safe to assume many of you are rocking those shiny Nexus 7 tablets by now, as Google has been struggling to keep up with demand. There is nothing to complain about, the tablet has amazing specs, it features a very portable 7-inch form-factor and costs only $200. But there is always that user that wants more, which is why you might want to start rooting your tablet. We have seen the Nexus Tablet being overclocked to 1.64 GHz (tablet is factory clocked to 1.3 GHz) and that quad-core processor was flying, thanks to Trinity Kernel. The Nexus 7′s limit can be pushed farther, though. Clemsyn’s Elite Kernel allows you to overclock your Nexus tabby up to a shrieking 1.8 GHz. If that wasn’t enough, the guys from Android Community have asked the developer for a pre-release version of their upcoming kernel, which allows the tablet’s processor to go up to 2 GHz. Benchmarks are moving up to over 8,000 on quadrant. Now that doesn’t mean much for real-life performance, but you can be sure the device will run faster and games should perform (even) better. Overcloc
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Reason to root that Nexus 7 – how about overclocking to 2.0 GHz?


Saturday 25th of August 2012 / devel.phandroid.com
It is safe to assume many of you are rocking those shiny Nexus 7 tablets by now, as Google has been struggling to keep up with demand. There is nothing to complain about, the tablet has amazing specs, it features a very portable 7-inch form-factor and costs only $200. But there is always that user that wants more, which is why you might want to start rooting your tablet. We have seen the Nexus Tablet being overclocked to 1.64 GHz (tablet is factory clocked to 1.3 GHz) and that quad-core processor was flying, thanks to Trinity Kernel. The Nexus 7′s limit can be pushed farther, though. Clemsyn’s Elite Kernel allows you to overclock your Nexus tabby up to a shrieking 1.8 GHz. If that wasn’t enough, the guys from Android Community have asked the developer for a pre-release version of their upcoming kernel, which allows the tablet’s processor to go up to 2 GHz. Benchmarks are moving up to over 8,000 on quadrant. Now that doesn’t mean much for real-life performance, but you can be sure the device will run faster and games should perform (even) better. Overcloc
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My Android tablet was already underclocked by Manufacturer?


Friday 25th of January 2013 / androidforums.com
I just bought a Craig cmp741e Android tablet. On the box, it says it has 1.3Ghz cpu. I rooted it. I installed System Info app, it shows my cpu can reach up to 1.3Ghz. I installed multiple overclock app, like cpu tuner, system tuner pro, etc. They all said that my cpu was set at 1Ghz originally. When I try to "overclock" even above 1.2Ghz, os crashes. How come a 1.3Ghz cpu crashes at 1.2Ghz? And how did the manufacturer rom lock a cpu at 1.0ghz? Any way to fix it?Thanks.
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[HOW-TO] Honeycomb GUI on any ROM (stock, froyo, gingerbread)


Saturday 26th of March 2011 / androidtablets.net
Personally I love the Honeycomb GUI. However, the Honeycomb ROM for the NOOK Color is still very laggy (even with the overclock and on the eMMC) and slightly unstable to be used as a daily driver. For those wanting the Honeycomb GUI on their non-honeycomb ROM, here is a simple guide which pretty much just involves downloading a whole bunch on apps from the Android Market.Advantages:- Honeycomb GUI!- No lag (as almost all the ROMs apart from the Honeycomb one are lag free, with and without an overclock)Disadvantages:- Not the full honeycomb experience (no honeycomb lockscreen, limited to homescreen etc)- No tablet apps. Having said that, follow this link for some great tablet apps ported from the notion-ink adam. Notion Ink Apps ported for G-Tab any ROM (7 - apps + keyboard) (UPDATED) - xda-developersAnd all the non-tablet apps I have tried so far (around 100) work full screen and look great, apart from an app called handyCalc.Requirements (all to be downloaded via market:- Honeycomb Wallpapers by GFX Android (Free)- Honeycomb Clock Free by juliojs (Free)- Optional: ADWLauncher EX for
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How to overclock the Galaxy Note 10.1 to 1.6 GHz


Thursday 20th of September 2012 / androidauthority.com
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is a powerful tablet. This tablet carries a 1.4 GHz quad-core processor and 2 GB of RAM, which make this tablet ideal for multitasking. Plus, with the addition of Project Butter in the coming Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, this tablet will be super fast. Unfortunately, we are still waiting for the latest updates to arrive. For the meantime, how about flashing an overclocked kernel to make your tablet a bit faster?XDA Developers member brieuwers shares an overclocked kernel that will increase the clock speed from 1.4 GHz to 1.6 GHz on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. Flashing this kernel will make your tablet snappier. The instructions below will only require you to flash the overclocked kernel via Odin. Since you will be using Odin, you will need a Windows PC and the appropriate USB drivers for the tablet installed on your computer.In this guide, learn how to overclock the Galaxy Note 10.1 to 1.6 GHz.WarningThe instructions in this guide are intended for use with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, model number GT-N8000, GT-N8010, or GT-N8013. Applying these instruction
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Maylong M-150 universal android tablet - Page 9


Sunday 31st of October 2010 / droidforums.net
Originally Posted by WiiplayHi people I wanted to know if anyone else had attempted to root their Maylong M-150?I also wanted to know if anyone has encountered any bugs so far.Any suggestions on how much you can overclock the cpu using Setcpu?Yeah, add me to the list. I have had this thing since Monday to learn Android features. I am thinking about getting a name brand one eventually, but I needed some hands-on experience.It only took a few days before I decided that I needed the Apps Market to make this thing useful. Update was worth it for that feature alone. Just getting going on this today so I have not seen a bug yet.Mike
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How to overclock your Transformer Pad TF300T up to 1.5 GHz


Wednesday 17th of October 2012 / androidauthority.com
A tweaked ROM for the Asus Transformer Pad TF300T has been released by XDA Developers member surdu_petru. The intention of this ROM is simply to have it ready for overclocking the tablet up to 1.5 GHz.Overclocking is the process of tweaking your processor's (or other components that run on a certain speed) clock speed by increasing it and taking it beyond the default manufacturer set “safe” level, thus, achieving a more powerful performance at the risk of breaking the device. Hardcore tech enthusiasts take pride in taking their devices to their absolute limits, and Android tablet users are no exception.This ROM is pretty good in itself even without the overclocking and could be used as a daily ROM. It's been rooted, has init.d enabled to run scripts, has a new boot animation, includes a tweaked database with sqlite3, and many other performance features.As mentioned, there is a certain danger to overclocking, so it is recommended that you only run the tablet at higher clock speeds only when running apps requiring a lot of processor power. Having it overclocked fo
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MID7024 All you need to know - Page 8


Saturday 15th of October 2011 / androidtablets.net
Originally Posted by flxrmsGeneric Android 2.3 for Kyros 7024 and 8024Base on: Genesis 2.2.1 by Prox32Changes:-Added kernel modules, touchscreen calibration app, and other files from ALLDRO2 firmware (thanks to JMV_10 for finding this rom)-Added kernel (zImage, zImage.debug) from ALLDRO2 firmware (thanks to JMV_10 for finding this rom)-Modified utscript.sh (Fonix and steeve)-mbr for 4gb,8gb and 16gb -manually choose the uboot and buildprop for your tablet (7024/8024)Instructions on how to install just read the Folder Name.By Default you can flash this with your 7024 with overclock cpu... https://rapidshare.com/files/2498181...-7024-8024.rarCredits: prox32 and all involved in his genesis ROM Special thanks:jmv_10steeveOther members of the Android Tablets forum*Special thanks to AllDro2 for providing the Gingerbread firmware!!!***Hi thank you very much!! It installed perfectly on my tablet...! Now I am installing back all my apps I backuped with titanium backup... Can I erase the files that I copied to the extsd to install the android 2.3, so I can have more space available on my exts
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How to Unbrick Motorola Moto G


Wednesday 26th of March 2014 / android.gs
Manage to brick your Android device and looking for the best way to fix it? If so, then you are in the right place as during the present step by step guide I will show you how to easily unbrick your Motorola Moto G. This tutorial will take you through the fixing process of Moto G, the steps and guidelines here being compatible only with the mentioned device. So, read all the lines from this tutorial and try not to mess things up; also complete all the steps from below if you want to succeed in unbricking your Motorola Moto G.What is a bricked or damaged Android device?First of all you should know why and how can you brick your Motorola Moto G. Usually, you can damage the system of an Android smartphone or tablet when performing unofficial operations without using dedicated and tested tutorials. For example you can brick your Moto G while trying to gain root access, unlock the bootloader, install a custom recovery image, install a custom kernel, overclock the CPU, update with a custom ROM firmware and so on. All these are custom and risky operations and by completing the same the warr
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