[Kernel] 1075MHz Overclock for Dual Camera, Resistive Touch S7

Discussion in 'Huawei Ideos S7 Development' started by xaueious, Feb 6, 2011.

  1. xaueious

    xaueious Administrator Staff Member

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    After extended testing, I do not think 1075MHz is stable on my S7. It needs some time and I need some results.
     
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    well i was using your kernel all day yesterday, i thought it worked generally well,
    in-call volume is really really low/broken when receiving a call, not sure about calling out, in-call bluetooth worked fine. Both camera's worked fine! I run mine at 768 off charger 998 on charger, random force closes but a couple reboots fixed (maybe a problem on my end anyways)

    -Huawei Ideos S7 BBv104
     
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    The speaker volume is a side effect of me trying to scale it down for music playback. I'll try to repost one for another time...
     
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    I've noticed the volume issue myself when trying to make a call this morning. It's not a big issue but the kernel seems to run well for me (noting I'm unable to overclock the tablet.)
     
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    Wait so this kernel actually boots your Telstra ROM? Or did you flash to Singapore ROM first?
     
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    I would think that it would boot for any ROM. There might be some hardware issues though.

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    xaueious, the first rom would boot both using the telstra firmware and the singapore firmware, the one you compiled with the telstra config didn't boot.

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