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Root over at xda forum! with oc to 1200!

Posted: Mon Dec 27, 2010 8:44 pm
by medmike
Member "Ardatdat" has froyo 2.2.1 rooted with overclock to 1200 and 512 swap on a 70IT .Can someone with more computer knowledge take a look-see and let us know?
Thanks

Re: Root over at xda forum! with oc to 1200!

Posted: Mon Dec 27, 2010 8:46 pm
by MarcusMarcus
Where's the link? I'm to lazy to search that website.

Re: Root over at xda forum! with oc to 1200!

Posted: Mon Dec 27, 2010 8:49 pm
by The Doge

Re: Root over at xda forum! with oc to 1200!

Posted: Mon Dec 27, 2010 9:21 pm
by Darkseider
The unit has the SDE firmware running and the system is being booted using a custom kernel off of the SD card NOT system memory. It is far slower to boot as well as run basic tasks due to the fact that it is solely running off the SD Card.

Re: Root over at xda forum! with oc to 1200!

Posted: Mon Dec 27, 2010 9:23 pm
by medmike
Bummer.....

Re: Root over at xda forum! with oc to 1200!

Posted: Mon Dec 27, 2010 9:29 pm
by deet
Darkseider wrote:The unit has the SDE firmware running and the system is being booted using a custom kernel off of the SD card NOT system memory. It is far slower to boot as well as run basic tasks due to the fact that it is solely running off the SD Card.
How does a class 6 SDHC card compare to the built-in flash memory?

If it is as bad as you imply then this approach is futile and we still need at least a temp root for the existing Archos firmware.

Re: Root over at xda forum! with oc to 1200!

Posted: Mon Dec 27, 2010 9:54 pm
by Darkseider
deet wrote:
Darkseider wrote:The unit has the SDE firmware running and the system is being booted using a custom kernel off of the SD card NOT system memory. It is far slower to boot as well as run basic tasks due to the fact that it is solely running off the SD Card.
How does a class 6 SDHC card compare to the built-in flash memory?

If it is as bad as you imply then this approach is futile and we still need at least a temp root for the existing Archos firmware.
It has nothing to do with the Class 6 speed as much as it does with the EXT3 filesystem.. VFAT is pretty quick unfortunately it cannot be used on the SD because Android needs to use a Linux file system due to the fact that it is Linux and uses linux file permissions and structure.

Re: Root over at xda forum! with oc to 1200!

Posted: Tue Dec 28, 2010 12:25 am
by Harfainx
Anything that you see with root will be based on the SDE. So don't get your hopes up about having root without installing the SDE.

The nice thing about the SDE though is that it runs in a sandbox mode, so it makes your device nearly unbrickable.

Re: Root over at xda forum! with oc to 1200!

Posted: Tue Dec 28, 2010 6:53 am
by sdho
guess, I'll let the root process mature first just like the Market installer :P ...Thx ArchosFans and XDA