Former Writer · Feb 18, 2012 at 06:00 pm

All-In-One Adrenaline Shot Tweak Helps Solve Most Galaxy S 4g Problems

While no single modification or tweak can permanently solve all the problems a phone has, there are, in fact, a great number of modifications to tackle the most annoying things. Things such as short battery life, lag and the fact your HTC Evo 4g didn’t build you that promised island and fly you there. For the record, none of the mods to do the latter have ever worked.

However, for those carrying the Samsung Galaxy S 4g, there is something out there to help fix issues like battery life and increasing responsiveness. XDA Recognized Developer dsexton702 has made a tweak package that will do those things and more.

The features are plentiful and include:

What do these tweaks do?
improves battery life
Greatly improve the smoothness of your phone especially with scrolling
increase your phones repsonsiveness
for some it increases FPS and allows better gaming
Improves the HTC’s Evo 3d, 3d quality
improves better I/O performance
speed up start up time
handles multitasking better
improves ext4 partition mounts
improves better cpu performance
least importantly it improves quad score

To install, all a user needs to do is wipe cache/dalvik in recovery, mount system and flash via ClockworkMod recovery. It doesn’t get anymore basic than that.

If you’d like to apply is awesome set of tweaks to your device, head on over to the original thread for download links, instructions and further information. As per the norm, don’t forget to make a backup before flashing, just in case!


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