Speed Up Your Bravo With Bandroidx’s Bravo Overclock App
If you’re itching to speed up your Motorola Bravo, check out XDA forum member bandroidx‘s Bravo Overclock app.
The app offeres a variety of rates to choose from ranging from 800MHz to 1.2GHz in 50MHz steps. It also lets you choose your max voltage VSEL rate (stock is 56). The app can also be used to undervolt your kernel by setting your rate to 800MHz and your VSEL voltage to anything less than 56.
Testing has revealed that the Bravo remains stable at 1GHz w/56 VSEL in addition to a 200+ point jump in quadrant and real speed differences using Swype.
You must be rooted to use the app.
For more information and to download the free beta version, head on over to the application thread.
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