Captainkrtek · Jan 2, 2011 at 08:23 am

Nexus S 1.2GHz Kernel Released

Want to get the most speed out of your Nexus S? XDA member morfic has turned up the frequencies on the Nexus S all the way up to 1.2GHz! This Kernel is for Bionix NS1. There are only some small bugs, but from the OP it seems they are going to be fixed shortly.

Changes:

  • Tweaked voltages, should work for more people.
  • Further build tweaks, mostly removal of more “forced on” debug options
  • Bootlogo added

TODO:

  • Fix Bluetooth

This is for Bionix NS1

Flash from recovery, reboot, enjoy.

We hope you enjoy this boost for your Nexus S (as if it needed one). Remember to use this at your own risk as overclocking does bring an added risk to your device. To learn more, check out the discussion thread, best of luck!


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