A user on xda-developers fourm has managed to overclock the already-speedy Samsung Nexus S, courtesy of a new kernel for rooted devices.
The ''Nexus S Trinity Kernel'', boosts the phone's processor from the stock 1GHz to a snappy 1.3GHz. With few Nexus S owners complaining about the phone's ability to handle most tasks at stock speeds, the hacked kernel "Bionix NS1" is more of a ''because we could'' project, and may as usual void the user's warranty.
It also disables the phone's Bluetooth capabilities, though a fix is in the works.
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[tags]nexus s,hacking,trinity kernel,bionix ns1[/tags]