Leaving no stone unturned, the Xperia Z gives you everything you need to make work and play absolutely amazing. To start with, the phone is powered by the powerful 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro with 2 GB RAM. To enhance your user-experience on the Sony Xperia Z is the 5 inch TFT capacitive, full HD touchscreen.
Two things you have to love about this screen are the Touch Gesture feature that makes the screen exceptionally responsive making all those slides and scrolls smooth as ever and secondly you have to love the brilliance of theBRAVIA Engine 2 that gives you increased image quality, sharpness, contrast and saturation for an enjoyable viewing experience. To top it off, the Xperia Z employs the Android v4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS to give you all you need from this phone.
To further impress is the 13 MP primary camera with 16x digital zoom and an LED flash. The phone has a 2 MP secondary camera and full HD video recording. With 3D Surround Sound, you enjoy mind-blowing clarity on the music and video players as well as the FM radio.
But Today we will show you how to make your device more Faster,Smoother by Overclocking you Sony Xperia Z.
1. Before Your Begin:
- Your Device must be Rooted and Custom Recovery & Unlocked Bootloader. If non of this is present in your device please Unlock Bootloader Here , Root From Here & Install Custom Recovery From Here
2. Download Required Files:
3. Overclocking Of Sony Xperia Z:
- Plug in your device via USB.
- Copy the kernel .zip file to the internal storage of your device.
- Unplug the device.
- Open XZRecovery (should be installed by the end of out how to root procedure) and click Reboot Recovery.
- Once in recovery mode, tap Backup, swipe to backup, and then wait for it to backup.
- Hit back.
- Tap Install and scroll down to find the kernel .zip file and install it.
- Once it’s flashed, hit back.
- Hit Reboot > System.
- Go to the Play Store.
- Search for and install No-frills CPU Control.
- Open No-frills CPU Control.
- Make sure Set on Boot is OFF.
- Tap on the Max Clock Frequency dropdown and select the next highest frequency (do NOT jump to the highest frequency), then hit Apply, and then use the phone for a bit normally.
- If there are no issues, then go back to the app and try the next highest frequency, then hit Apply, and then use the phone for a bit normally.
- Repeat until you get to the highest frequency the device will allow (if it crashes or reboots then you know to use the frequency just below that one that it didn’t crash on).
- Once you’ve settled on a new max frequency, you can check Set on Boot to have it automatically apply the new max frequency every time the phone starts (you wouldn’t want to set this before you know which frequency is good for you because otherwise if it crashed from a frequency it would just constantly crash since that frequency would be set every time the phone turned on).