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    I don't know that I would ever call overclocking a 500 dollar phone safe, but If your not trying to push it to the limit I would say your fairly safe.

    NOTE~ you need a compatible.kernel to overclock and undervolt. Not all kernels are built for it.

    Tap'd from this CM7 Fascinate.
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    Over clocking anything is not for me... I understand why it's done, my uncle, and my cousin are computer programmers, I've seen my cousin kill a comp overclocking it just to show me what it does... I don't need that, I want the battery life.

    I would love to be able to make my phone not run apps for crap on certain days, but know I'm saving battery. Being out at a concert from 7PM to 2AM and needing your GPS is not a good time for your phone to die. I also need it on during that time to keep up with friends.

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    It's pretty hard to "fry" your phone like a computer just overclocking it. As long as you don't save the settings as your boot settings a battery pull or reset will put everything back to the way it was. If you go over what your phone can handle it will normally just lock up immediately. Pull the battery and you're back to regular. You can save battery doing it and you can eat battery doing it. All depends on how hard and fast you want to try and push your phone. Most of the kernels nowadays are pretty smooth right out the box. I'm one of those people that like to push it to see what I can get out of it
    ....tapped out with my CM7 fassy

 

 
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