The overclocker ran various tests to check the system stability at various clock speeds: 800Mhz, 900Mhz, 1Ghz, 1.1Ghz. 800Mhz proved to be most stable and safe for ideal usage.
6.76 Mflops/s linpack.
3395 on BenchmarkPi
7.646 Mflops/s on linpack
3054 on BenchmarkPi
8.367 Mflops/s on linpack
2695 on BenchmarkPi
8.498 Mflops/s on linpack
2661 on BenchmarkPi
9.254 Mflops/s on linpack
Warning: Overclocking can damage your hardware. Overclocking increases the CPU clock, and hence heat dissipation an can even cause irreversible changes
Alright, now you can go ahead:
Step 2: Make sure that you have flash_image on your system, in /system/xbin/ or /system/bin.
Step 3: Switch on USB debugging on the phone.
Step 5: Reboot into SPrecovery mode and mount:
mount /system moust /sdcard
Run the adb command (form PC):
adb shell /system/xbin/flash_image boot /sdcard/evilboot8.img
(where xbin is xbin or bin depending on location of flash_image file on phone)
Step 6: Next, unmount in the following order and Reboot
unmount /system unmount /sdcard
That’s all. Enjoy the faster Droid.