How to increase CPU usage in AndroidOverclocking is perhaps the most used method by people who want to get the most out of their electronic devices, it is not an illegal method so there is no need to take anyone to court, they are simply a series of techniques to force and get the most out Of our electronic devices, to deliver higher processing speed or higher performance without shutting down. These techniques only take advantage of the unused resources in our device, what overclocking does is to put them to good use. There are international oppositions to the use of overclocking, but it’s a totally legal method.

The reasons these methods exist are more than obvious, manufacturers do not want to leave their devices exposed so they place a recommended limit on it, only after exceeding these limits do we become fully aware of what happens with these products, manufacturers intentionally mark these limits and they are able to give technical support if these limits have not been exceeded. When these limits are exceeded no help can be received from the manufacturers, but on the web there are many people who are in support of overclocking, so much that there are free and open forums where the use of overclocking on different devices can be shared or how certain electronic equipments that have suffered the side effects of overclocking can be repaired.

High Performance Processor (Root)

The first requirement for overclocking on an Android operating system is to become a superuser, if you have root access you are guaranteed the use of overclocking and many more methods. The procedure is simple since the processor will stay at the highest ever, i.e if the processor is 800GHz it will be kept at a minimum of 800GHz, it will never be less and the smartphone will maintain a performance within these numbers for all processes. Here at Vofeel we will teach you how to handle these numbers and always keep the performance of our processor high:

1. Install Adware Kernel from the Play Store
2. Access the GPU tab of the application
3. Set the minimum frequency and maximum frequency
4. Restart your smartphone to see the changes

If you want to include other improvements we can teach you that here, it is always recommended that if we are in the ROM the kernel that has to be installed must have the required options and modifications. Below are some steps to take in order to have performance improvements in addition to increasing the usage of the processor:

In CPU: Switch to Performance or
In GPU: Switch to Performance
In I / O Scheduler: Switch to bfq or yps
In Pre-reading: Change to 2040KB.
In Entropy: For the reading 4096 and For writing 4096

Consequences

First of all, these are methods that are not guaranteed to work a 100%, the performance of our smartphone will suffer a big change if we set a processor’s limit as high as its capacity, we can burn the processors if we do not make good use of it and if the smartphone is not placed in an acceptable climate. In addition we will not be able to have the manufacturers support when we apply these changes on our smartphone.

Another thing that is affected is the battery life of the smartphone, although the performance goes up considerably the battery life will begin to reduce and this can wear down the life span of the battery, you have to be careful on how you use your device. If we notice that the battery is not lasting long, it  might be time to change it or restore the phone to its initial performance settings, leaving it in its factory state so as not to suffer major problems.

Estudiante de Ingeniería de Sistemas en el Instituto Universitario Politécnico Santiago Mariño en Venezuela. Redactor freelance para VOFEEL international desde 2016. Amante de la música clásica y de la tecnología. [English]: System engineering student at Santiago Mariño University. Freelancer writer for Vofeel since 2016. Classical music and technology lover.

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