egzthunder1 · Aug 3, 2011 at 06:00 am

Burning Fingers – Kernel For EVO Enables 2 GHz Overclock

We have seen a lot of EVO 3D development over the last couple of days, all thanks to the wonders of S-OFF, courtesy of Revolutionary. Some of the fun that awaits you after performing the unlocking procedure includes flashing anything you can think of on your device. This includes (but is not limited to): roms, patches, radios, and kernels, as well as a few other things. The kernels will ensure that your devices run as smoothly as possible, giving you many options, one of which is the ability to overclock your device. XDA member klquicksall has prepared a kernel for the EVO 3D that among various things, it enables the device to be overeclocked to 2 GHz. If you wanted to see what a dual core processor was capable of, by all means try this out. Just watch out as your device may end up anticipating your actions at such speeds. There are other tweaks on this kernel as well such as the ability to connect to a wifi network that has a poor signal and CIFS.

Please try it out and see if you can find any bugs with it. If you do, please leave your feedback and reports for the dev to improve the kernel.

  • V(R) I/O
  • SLQB
  • WIFI FIX
  • CIFS
  • TUN
  • NLS
  • WIMAX SUPPORT
  • Wifi Tweak to connect a weaker signal -108db over stock -88db

You can find more information in the kernel thread.

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