ipod touch 1g overclocking

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  1. interestingkid

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    can anyone find a way to overclock ipod touch 1g? it will be AWESOME to overclock my ipod for some sacrifice in battery life
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    Nope, Kernel and more likely hardware won't allow that
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    lol, iPod overclocking.... thats funny.

    NO. you cant do dat.
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    I think it used to be possible on the 1.x firmwares. Not on the 2.x ones for sure. I hear it gives you a read-only error when you do the command.
  5. mmitt

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    You could chmod it maybe.
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    chmod is for permission, not read/write enabling and disabling
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    hmm.. some guy said that he was able to do it ...
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    jlgm25 Well-Known Member

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    hope it is possible
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    no way you can do it unless you modify the arm processor or get one of your own. Plus there is a great risk of frying it, because theres no cooling source that I know of.
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    why would you want to overclock anyway? theres a definite chance of overheating/ processor malfunction
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    well i don't care about battery life, as long as i get some overclcok
    and most of the heat comes from the battery and the screen, not the cpu itself (that's why it's underclocked)

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