iPhone 4 Overclocking iPhone 4 running 4.1

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  1. Shadeslayer

    Shadeslayer New Member

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    So I've searched around about overclocking.. and it doesn't seem very possible ? I remember a manager of mine had an android phone and was telling me how he overclocked it.

    This is more of a proof-of-concept type of thing, I'm pretty much happy with how my phone is working the way it is, I just want to know if there's anything on overclocking an iPhone 4 running 4.1, I could not find anything through google (except a craigslist ad

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    Tkf1 Community Development Staff Member

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    It's fast enough.

    But Supercharger or something similar is out there.
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    Hmmm, interesting.. Although I don't think you would notice the difference.
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    Supercharged. I don't see why you would overclock but..
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    KiTeXd New Member

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    Maybe he just wants to do it because it's do-able? I mess around with lots of my crap just because it's possible. x3
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    Yeah there isn't a working method yet for AMRv7 based devices and you won't really need to overclock anyway. I've rebooted my friend's iPhone 4 and my iPod touch 3G and the speed difference is minimal, and both run silky smooth.

    A 1st/2nd gen device owner desperately needs to overclock, but there is nothing on iOs 4 yet that requires making the CPU faster.

    Maybe on iOS 5.0 you will need to, and by then Planetbeing's overlclocking tool should be released.
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    so this will work on iPod touch 2g? supercharged?
  8. Shadeslayer

    Shadeslayer New Member

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    I basically say that in my first post.. Proof-of-concept. Wanna do it because I can

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    So the consensus is that it is not possible on the newer devices ? (I did find over-clocking for older gen devices).
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    supercharged wont make a diffrence it used paging memory, the iphone has 512MB. Honestly i have never really run out of memory and besides all that the ipod touch still only has 256MB. So the iphone is much better off so dont use that. Besides that I had huge troubble on my 3GS whenever it tried top page it seemed to me much slower at times. And i had to hard reset sometimes

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