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********** YOUR DEVICE MUST BE ROOTED ******************** TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF MOST OF *************** THE FEATURES OF THIS APPLICATION ********Redline is an application that gives you control of yourdevice’s performance potential, right at your finger tips.::::Features::::– NEW — User selectable screen transitions– DashClock extension– Multiple widgets–Disable/Lock on individual cores–Control CPU Min/Max clock speeds–Control Scaling Governor selection–Control IO Scheduler selection–Control Android low-memory-killer settings–Control SDCard Readahead settings–Control many different VM Settings–See battery temperature–See information about your CPU and device state–See time in state information to know how much yourdevice is staying at any particular speed.–Lock out most devices Power HALs and frameworksfrom changing frequencies on you (1)–Display CPU Min/Max/Gov/IO info in widget–Beautiful holo design to organize all of the controlsand information the application displaysImplements ActionBarSherlock and SlidingMenu:https://github.com/JakeWharton/ActionBarSherlockhttps://github.com/JakeWharton/NineOldAndroidhttps://github.com/jfeinstein10/SlidingMenuhttps://github.com/jfeinstein10/JazzyViewPagerhttps://github.com/cketti/ckChangeLogRedline has been developed for your use by JamesRoberts (xoomdev) and Jon Stanford (JBirdVegas)Follow us on Twitter!James Roberts (xoomdev) – @xoomdevJon Stanford (JBirdVegas) – @JBird_VegasSacrificial Apps – @SacrificialDevVisit out website at http://www.sacrificialapps.comSupport email: email@example.comAndroid 2.1 minimum required(1) – Some devices may be able to still override speedsset in scaling max / min via kernel systems such asDVFS, etc.Note: Currently does not support devices on HTCstock kernels with HTC Perflock enabled. Supportfor these kernels will come at a later date. May notfunction on Motorola devices that block access tothese sysfs entries required for cpu clock speed control.Some Samsung stock kernels (MIN FREQ) will beoverriden by DVFS, the kernel will be able to go lowerthan the speed shown as the kernel takes over controlof actively managing this setting. MAX FREQ seems tobe obeyed at all times however in testing. Some stockkernels hide available frequencies from userspaceand will disable functions for CPU clock control.Development will continue in this area to give maximumflexibility for the application to control as many devicesas possible.