GTO Ginger control V2

GTO Ginger control V2


This program is made to make it easier to change settings in the GTO Ginger kernel v2.2/2.3.

GameMode is a special setting that only work in real time.
This mode let you choose what frequency the CPU shall not go under.
This is great for games. It make them smoother and reduce lag.
You can choose up to 1500MHz

Low memory killing is a setting that let you choose when background program shall unload from memory.
This give you an option to choose if you want many program in memory so they start faster if you use the program often or to make more memory for the program you running the front. This is often good for very demanding game or program.

Touchscreen Sensitivity is a great option to make the touchscreen respond better when you touch the screen. When you start using the high settings you never want default setting.


Stagefright is a setting that can make the GUI a bit faster and smoother.
But it can break some media files so they dont work.

Overclocking is supported up to 1500MHz.
You can also choose to underclock it to 800MHz to save battery.
Use only frequency over 1000MHz if your phone can handle it.

To use this program you must use GTO Ginger Kernel v2.2 if you want to save the settings.
Some settings will not work on other gingerbread kernel and you must start the program every time you restart the phone to use the settings again.

Look at the website for more information.

Recent changes:
Changed the 1500MHz settings to 1440MHz that is now used in the kernel.
I also did change all help text so they now show up so you can read it.
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$2.07
100
5.0
User ratings
5
Installs
50+
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0
File size
354 kb
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About GTO Ginger control V2
This program is made to make it easier to change settings in the GTO Ginger kernel v2.2/2.3.

GameMode is a special setting that only work in real time.
This mode let you choose what frequency the CPU shall not go under.
This is great for games. It make them smoother and reduce lag.
You can choose up to 1500MHz

Low memory killing is a setting that let you choose when background program shall unload from memory.
This give you an option to choose if you want many program in memory so they start faster if you use the program often or to make more memory for the program you running the front. This is often good for very demanding game or program.

Touchscreen Sensitivity is a great option to make the touchscreen respond better when you touch the screen. When you start using the high settings you never want default setting.


Stagefright is a setting that can make the GUI a bit faster and smoother.
But it can break some media files so they dont work.

Overclocking is supported up to 1500MHz.
You can also choose to underclock it to 800MHz to save battery.
Use only frequency over 1000MHz if your phone can handle it.

To use this program you must use GTO Ginger Kernel v2.2 if you want to save the settings.
Some settings will not work on other gingerbread kernel and you must start the program every time you restart the phone to use the settings again.

Look at the website for more information.

Recent changes:
Changed the 1500MHz settings to 1440MHz that is now used in the kernel.
I also did change all help text so they now show up so you can read it.

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A Google User
Aug 6, 2011
Great app for a great kernel head to damiangto cave now for the best kernel/roms for i9000 10*app
A Google User
Aug 6, 2011
Great app for a great kernel head to damiangto cave now for the best kernel/roms for i9000 10*app
gary
Aug 6, 2011
Great app for a great kernel head to damiangto cave now for the best kernel/roms for i9000 10*app
A Google User
Jul 30, 2011
You have to buy this app if you use GTO kernel. It's the only way to thank the developer for one-to-rule-them-all kernel!
s1mp3
Jul 30, 2011
You have to buy this app if you use GTO kernel. It's the only way to thank the developer for one-to-rule-them-all kernel!