Droid X, G2 get Overclocked
That’s right, the Motorola Droid X on Verizon and the HTC G2 on T-Mobile have both been over-clocked! Thanks to the guys over at XDA and Droid-Life, 2 of the premier devices for the Android community can now be taken to even greater potentials. From what we can tell, the Droid X has been over-clocked to 1.1GHz, while the G2 was over-clocked to a whopping 1.42GHz. The G2’s over-clocking is pretty awesome, considering the stock processor only runs at 800MHz, and XDA user coolbho3000 over-clocked it to 1.42GHz. So, this may not resolve the temporary root issue, but it will certainly help with improving the speed and overall performance of the G2.
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