I know that I definitely do! Anyone else?
asked Jun 22 '12 at 02:07
As does Fish, I have an HTC One X with its stock ROM. Don't know what issues he has though, mine runs smooth, with not issues.
I did how a stcok rom on my HTC Desire fore nearly a year and a half though, and there weren't many problems there.
answered Jun 22 '12 at 02:41
I like using Cyanogenmod ROM's, they're the best, IMO. Stock ROMs will always be #1, but I don't understand why every carrier and every manufacturer has to have their own ROM. ICS's stock ROM is sexy af, they don't have to ruin it with TouchWiz or whatever the manufactures use.
answered Jun 27 '12 at 17:11
DJ Scooby Doo
I have the Palm Pixi Plus with Preware and UuberKernel installed for overclocking the 600mhz processor to 806.4mhz. It helps a lot considering the limited performance capabilites that this phone had in testing.
answered Jun 27 '12 at 23:56
I use android and a modded kernel for the HP touchpad
uber kernel to overclock both cores to 1.83GHz in webos
and cyanogenmod for android ICS and overclock both cores to 1.78GHz (still waiting for GPU overclocking (the only kernel that allows it is currently very unstable (even without overclocking)
I use cyanogenmod on my HTC mytouch 3g slide and overclock the CPU from 600MHz, to 806MHz
I also have an old pocket PC (dell Axim X51V and I use the dynamite ROM and have the CPU overclocked from 624MHz to 780MHz though I mainly just use it as a voice recorder for lectures and stuff)
I like overclocking and pretty much overclock that can be overclocked stably (though I wish that someone would release a firmware mod for canon cameras that would allow for overclocking.
answered Jun 28 '12 at 03:22