Used to be awesome Used to work awesome but Android version support is now massively lacking. Kitkat? Cyanogenmod? Where the hell is the usefulness in something outdated. When you consider that anyone wanting to overclock is almost certainly running CM or another ROM on the latest Android version it makes this app seem useless.
Perfect..... not anymore after JB 4.1.2 Best overclocking app out there. This is one of the very few apps I've actually purchased on Google Play: I've been able to oc my GT-N7100 to 1.9 Ghz stably. Just awesome. Edit 3: it's been awhile without a reply from these people; they've probably decided they didn't want to continue their work hence I've decided to give them the worst possible rating. It's a real shame because this app used to be just about perfect while now it's simply useless; it didn't cost a lot but it's the principle that pisses me off; so, in light of that principle I can safely assume these guys are a bunch of w*****s. Good bye.
DONT WORK! ON JB 4.3 in galaxy S3 with JB 4.3 with any kernel, DONT WORK . I purchased the ultimate version for nothing :( I wasted my money. We have paid and left us stranded! DECEPTION
Good but I have a note 1 and this can over clock that no worries but my nexus 7 tab running 4.4 is not supported this is really disappointing and I would have thought tegrak would have been updated but it appears not hope you update it soon as its a paid app.
Video player crased I cant open my video player after overclock.. i would give 5 star if video player can be fix.. please help..
On the galaxy note N7000 with 4.1.2 every thing works Expect the default video player it freezes I have to take off the battery or delete this stupid app and than every thing works just fine PLEASE Fix this problem
*supports SHV-E110S, E120S, E120K, E120L, E160S, E160K, E160L with Jelly Bean Firmware
*minor bug fix
*changed scaling values are not applied on boot to avoid freezing on current Samsung firmwares.
*fixed bug of the overclock-able max freq on Galaxy S III ICS.
*supports all variants of Galaxy Note II and Galaxy Note 10.1
*fixed bug of the overclock-able max freq on Galaxy S III JB
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