QuickClock Advanced Overclock

QuickClock Advanced Overclock


Automated Overclocking & Undervolting utility for multiple devices. Powerful and easy to use. If you want to get the most out of your processor, you should try this out.

*Root Access is Required to Overclock*

Supported Devices:
Droid X
Droid 2
Droid 1
Droid Pro
Defy
Milestone
Milestone 2
Flipout
Galaxy Beam
Galaxy A
Archos A70 Tablet
Archos A101 Tablet

Features:
- Auto-find max speed
- Auto-find min voltages
- Auto-calibrated profiles
- Interactive Widget for fast profile switching
- Overclock at Boot w/SDCard failsafe
- Battery temperature reading
- Stress test (for testing overclock stability)
- Safeguards against high voltages
- Anti-turtler
- Full control over all values
- Export profiles
- Setscaling script builder

QuickClock *automatically* determines the ideal scaling voltages and overclocked speeds for your device's processor as well as the maximum speed and implements safegaurds to reduce the possibility for any kind of damage.

Use this app to quickly and easily overclock, maximize battery (undervolt), and ensure stability all in a minimal number of steps and without the extensive testing usually required. The whole process takes about 5 minutes. Just run the automatic calibration then select your desired overclock profile:
* Default
* High Speed
* Battery Saver
* Balanced
Each one is built based on the results of the calibration, so you're not just picking a preset, you're picking a preset designed specifically to match your device's CPU. If, for any reason, the resulting values are unstable, just increase the stability buffer. For advanced users, you may take full control over every parameter using FullEdit mode or even use the Script Builder to generate setscaling scripts.

If you want to overclock for speed but don't want to sacrifice battery life or stability, you need to find the right voltages for your unique CPU. Usually this is a long, risky, and arduous process, but the automation available in QuickClock makes everything far smoother, quicker, and easier.

Recent changes:
Version 1.9.1:
- Profile calibration may be run by itself
- Revised calculations for profile calibration
- Added Non-Root user crash prevention
- Module button removed
- Scaling button added
- Tweaks to scaling control UI

Version 1.9:
- Support for any number of CPU scaling slots
- Revised min/max controls
- Added governor control
- Simplified set at boot
- Widget loads module if needed
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About QuickClock Advanced Overclock
Automated Overclocking & Undervolting utility for multiple devices. Powerful and easy to use. If you want to get the most out of your processor, you should try this out.

*Root Access is Required to Overclock*

Supported Devices:
Droid X
Droid 2
Droid 1
Droid Pro
Defy
Milestone
Milestone 2
Flipout
Galaxy Beam
Galaxy A
Archos A70 Tablet
Archos A101 Tablet

Features:
- Auto-find max speed
- Auto-find min voltages
- Auto-calibrated profiles
- Interactive Widget for fast profile switching
- Overclock at Boot w/SDCard failsafe
- Battery temperature reading
- Stress test (for testing overclock stability)
- Safeguards against high voltages
- Anti-turtler
- Full control over all values
- Export profiles
- Setscaling script builder

QuickClock *automatically* determines the ideal scaling voltages and overclocked speeds for your device's processor as well as the maximum speed and implements safegaurds to reduce the possibility for any kind of damage.

Use this app to quickly and easily overclock, maximize battery (undervolt), and ensure stability all in a minimal number of steps and without the extensive testing usually required. The whole process takes about 5 minutes. Just run the automatic calibration then select your desired overclock profile:
* Default
* High Speed
* Battery Saver
* Balanced
Each one is built based on the results of the calibration, so you're not just picking a preset, you're picking a preset designed specifically to match your device's CPU. If, for any reason, the resulting values are unstable, just increase the stability buffer. For advanced users, you may take full control over every parameter using FullEdit mode or even use the Script Builder to generate setscaling scripts.

If you want to overclock for speed but don't want to sacrifice battery life or stability, you need to find the right voltages for your unique CPU. Usually this is a long, risky, and arduous process, but the automation available in QuickClock makes everything far smoother, quicker, and easier.

Recent changes:
Version 1.9.1:
- Profile calibration may be run by itself
- Revised calculations for profile calibration
- Added Non-Root user crash prevention
- Module button removed
- Scaling button added
- Tweaks to scaling control UI

Version 1.9:
- Support for any number of CPU scaling slots
- Revised min/max controls
- Added governor control
- Simplified set at boot
- Widget loads module if needed

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User reviews of QuickClock Advanced Overclock
Doesn't seem to work on a Ginger 2.3.3 rooted X10i. Is it supported on that phone?
Nov 17, 2011
I wish I could get this app back. I paid for it but can't get it on my phone. The market says there is no such file.
Apr 21, 2011
Cool interface, but not able to really test this on my Captivate. Failed to find "Frequencies"
Apr 3, 2011
Jan 31, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 2, 2014
Needs update Wish we had a new app like this for phones other than droidx/2
A Google User
Dec 5, 2013
Bad app App does not work on droid pro xt610.
A Google User
Sep 29, 2013
... Can you adapt it for nexus 4 and 7?
A Google User
Sep 19, 2013
Keeps crashing. Took longer then 15 minutes to try to get the app working with no success and was on a rooted stock rom droid x. Goodbye money.
A Google User
Aug 12, 2013
Agree with the low reviews.. I had a X a while ago and loved the program. However when I upgraded (Droid 4), it no longer functioned correctly. On the other hand, programs like Antutu CPU (I think that's what it's called) did what I needed at the time. It would be nice to have some sort of redeemable code for at least a discount on other apps since the program is obsolete to many.