Hey guys it’s me Rahul and i’m back with
another android tips video, today i will show you guys an easy method to control your pc
using your phone and how to overclock your phone’s’ CPU. OK, without watching further
more time, let’s do this. There are a lot of remote desktop applications,
but the one that I recommend is chrome remote desktop, it is pretty easy to setup and it
is safe and secure. You need chrome and remote desktop chrome app to get started. You can
find links to download all of the apps and software in the description below so check
it out. Open chrome then sign in with your google account then open the remote desktop
chrome app, then download the desktop app or host and also download the app for your android device.
Then open the app on your android device then sign in with the same google account.Then
click on enable remote connections, enter a pin with at least 6 digits, then click “OK”
then open the android app and tap on your PC name then type in that pin code, if you
are planning to use this app for remote desktop-ing regularly then you can tick this box to make
things a bit more easier next time.If you tick it, the app won’t ask for the pin next
time when you try to access. and that’s it. Now you can control your PC using your
android device. It is pretty cool and i use it pretty much every time to check the render
progress. So we are moving to the next topic. Which
is how to overclock your phone’s CPU. So for those who don’t know what CPU overclocking
is , it basically means increasing the processing speed of a CPU, it is not the correct explanation,
but i hope you understand. There are bunch apps available on the play-store
that will allow you to set a higher clock rate very easily. On this video I will show
you guys how to overclock using SetCPU and Kernel Adiutor .Both are really good applications.
Before I get started, I just want to say few things, Overclocking your CPU requires root
access and a overclocking supported kernel and doing it can damage your phone, it can
result in boot-loops and things like that. So be careful with this and overclocking your
CPU can make your device technically more quicker and faster, but in-return your phone
will consume more battery power than usual and it will result in lesser battery-life.
So enough of me talking, let’s just jump right into the main part. First app we are
going to use is kernel adiutor. Open the app then select CPU from the side menu then change
the CPU maximum frequency, set to the highest value if you want to get more performance
out of your phone’s CPU. And set the minimum frequency a little bit higher than the lowest
frequency. Don’t set it too higher, because that might negatively affect the performance.Then
enable the apply on boot toggle and then reboot. Next app we are going to use to overclock
CPU is set CPU. It is more easier and it has some more features that you can play with.Using
this app you can set the CPU, maximum and minimum frequency then check on apply on boot
and reboot your device. This app has some cool features up at its sleeve like stress
test floating point bench, integer bench native bench etc. It is really simple app to use,
but it is not free right now, I think it was free when this app first came out. But yeah
it is not a free app, but if you really want to overclock your CPU, then this app worth
the price. So hope you guys enjoy this quick video, I wanna do more different type of videos
than the app list type of videos. So i will be experimenting some new ideas in the coming

Control PC using your phone (Remote desktop), Overclocking Android phone’s CPU – Android Tips #4
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6 thoughts on “Control PC using your phone (Remote desktop), Overclocking Android phone’s CPU – Android Tips #4

  • July 22, 2016 at 2:53 pm

    wat about no frills cpu control

  • July 22, 2016 at 3:38 pm

    2 in 1 video..cool👌👍👍

  • July 22, 2016 at 4:58 pm

    i think you should make differ video of overclock

  • July 22, 2016 at 6:09 pm

    XD you're not at all overclocking the cpu. What you're doing is simply boosting it's minimal frequency

  • July 22, 2016 at 6:24 pm

    the wallpaper ???

  • July 22, 2016 at 9:16 pm

    Wallpaper? <3


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