Why were the examples removed?
I don't get it. What was wrong with having them on this page? I mean, I had to scrounge around gp32x for an hour or so before I found them; it seems many people assume you know how these things are done already... --Cheese 20:39, 18 March 2011 (MET)
I see you also removed all information that might help someone who is interested in changing the opp... why? I think we need to consider the potential audience of this article. They are likely to be more advanced and not intimidated by the command line, and likely already know what overclocking is and simply are interested in Pandora specific information. I went to this page because I wanted to find some simple commands to change the current opp and set a clock rate higher than what's allowed in the gui script. When I didn't find what I was looking for, I added it. --Cheese 20:52, 18 March 2011 (MET)
Maybe they were removed because there is now a GUI tool for the settings? Whatever the reason, they should be restored. The kind of info is what the wiki is for! --Gruso 00:33, 19 March 2011 (MET)