WARNING: Overclocking is potentially dangerous for your device since it forces the processor to run at a higher speed that what it was desgined for. This will reduce the processor’s life and might cause other issues at a later stage. Do not overclock unless needed as the RAZR is a fast enough device to not need overclocking.
The long-awaited overclock for the RAZR is now available, thanks to XDA members MattyOnXperiaX10 and therazrguy. Also a huge shout out to the guys at the OPPtimizer Projekt for making this possible.
Visit the OPPtimizer Projekt page HERE
- CWM on boot recovery
- Download Script Manager (via Market, its a free app)
- Download Overclock.zip, HERE
- For overclocking, download one of the four available overclock profiles; 1300MHz, 1325MHz, 1350MHz, 1375MHz (Right click and save as text)
- For underclocking, download one of the three available overclock profiles; 1000MHz, 900MHz, 800MHz (Right click and save as text)
- Download any overclocking tool(from the Market) OR download Quickclock Advanced, HERE
- Place the Overclock.zip in the external SD card(sdcard-ext)
- Place the overclock/underclock profile in the internal SD card(sdcard)
- Boot into CWM recovery
- Choose “Install zip from SD card” and install the overclock.zip
- Reboot, and open Script manager
- Go to your overclock/underclock profile and open it with script manager.
- A pop box will appear from where you have select “SU”. Now run the script.
- Check if the phone reboots under load(i.e. when playing a heavy game). If it does not then the overclock is stable. If not then repeat thevabove steps with a lower speed overclock script
- Now go to Script Manager and open your stable overclock script with it and select the “SU” and “Boot” options and hit save.
- After reboot, go to Quickclock Advanced and select “Scaling”. Now drag the sliders to adjust the clock speeds of the processor
Video Tutorial (by therazrguy)