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NSTools To Manage Various Tweaks
Fans of tweaking their Nexus S’s will be pleased to hear that XDA forum member arifhn has put together an Android app to manage lots of mods and tweaks including XDA member Ezeekel’s mods.
The app lets you select which tweaks you want to apply to your Nexus S including BLD, BLN, BLX, Custom Voltage, Deepidle, Liveoc, Screendimmer, TouchWake and more, meaning you no longer need to edit init scripts. The app restores settings upon boot.
If for any reason you want to reset NSTools config, you can just install reset_nstools.zip in Recovery.
NSTools is for Root users only and is available to download for free in the Android Market. For more information, head on over to the application thread.
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