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Mean ROM for Rooted HTC Evo 4G LTE! [Overclock/Underclock]

I swore to myself last week that I would never go back to a Sense-based ROM but after trying the latest version of Mean ROM, I am convinced there’s still hope. The Mean ICS ROM is very stock-like yet gives you a performance boost over the stock ROM that you will actually notice.

Notably, the Mean ROM comes with 1.7Ghz overclocking when your screen is on with full dual-cores. And when your screen is off, it automatically runs on just 1-core underclocked. Now, this is a great combination for most users to get the most performance out of your Evo 4G LTE while saving bat

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TweakedSynergy ROM for HTC Evo 3D! [3800+ Quadrant]

Couple weeks back we did review the Synergy ROM, which was quite fast and this week we have the “tweaked” Synergy ROM, which is even slightly a bit faster, getting 3805 on Quadrant.

Best of all, I can finally overclock to “stable” 1.836Ghz.  This ROM has lots of goodies like 5-column app screen, lots of extra apps, and more.

I really like this ROM a lot and it’s blazing fast, try it out and let me know what you think

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How to Use OC Daemon on Viper ROM for Longer Battery Life with Overclock!

For those of you who are on Viper ROM (for Evo 3D), did you know that there’s a “hidden” OC daemon inside the ROM?

OC daemon, as the name states, is a overclocking daemon, that you can use to control minimum and maximum clock(CPU) speed. SetCPU app can do that too but the OC daemon goes one step further and let you control the clock speed when your phone is in sleep mode.

By setting your clock speed to be much lower in sleep mode, you can save additional battery power during course of a day if you tend to not use your phone often.

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