Improve Your Overall Galaxy Experience with Galaxy Tuner (Korean Models Only)
Do you own a Galaxy device? If so, you may want to check out what XDA member dowkim10 has in store for you. The dev has created a set of tweaks for system performance that are rolled into a single package with a simple and nice UI to utilize. You can modify several parameters including sound, LCD, and even IO scheduler. All of these should allow you have a more pleasant experience with your device. The best part is that since the changes are not permanent, they can be easily reverted by simply rebooting the device.
The dev states that the app currently works only for the Korean models of the Galaxy, but it should not be impossible to get it to work for other devices as well. Do you think you can help here? If so, please post your feedback for the dev.
This application is made for enhancing or changing some feature for galaxy S
galaxy S (all variant)
Froyo (kernel 220.127.116.11)
3. rooted phone
You can find more information in the application thread.
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