I know I've been stupid, but I accidentally had the "set on boot" box checked when I tapped the wrong (way too high) CPU frequency. Now I can't boot far enough to undo my OC through Android (it freezes and reboots due to an unstable overclock).
Is there any way (without factory resetting all user data) to manually (adb) undo either the set on boot or the cpu speed selection?
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Guest Message by DevFuse
Undoing overclock "set on boot"
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Posted 03 June 2012 - 04:45 PM
Use adb to navigate to /data/data/com.cyanogenmod.cmparts/shared_prefs and then either remove the file com.cyanogenmod.cmparts_preferences.xml or edit it to change the XXXXX value in <string name="pref_freq_max">XXXXX</string> to the correct one for your phone. For my N1, it is 998400