SetCPU for Root Users Updated to v2.0.0b
Since we last wrote about SetCPU, it has received a major update to v2.0 and more recently to v2.0.0b.
For those of you who have not been following XDA forum member coolbho3000‘s work, SetCPU for Root Users is an application that lets you tweak certain aspects of the Linux cpufreq driver, allowing for overclocking, underclocking, and other tweaks on your Android device.
The changes for the version 2.0 update include a redesigned user interface, automatic refreshing, creation of unlimited profiles with custom priorities, and code cleanup. Updates to version 2.0.0b also include bug fixes and clarification on the profiles priorities introduction. The app requires root for it to work.
To download the latest version and full changelog, visit the application thread, or search for SetCPU on the Market for the donate version.
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