Pershoot overclocks Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 to 1.4 ghz in his preview release.
One of our favorite Android kernel hackers, Pershoot, has been hard at work on a new project. This time around he is overclocking the newly released Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. I’ve been talking to him a bit throughout this process and let me say one thing- he works hard for you Android fans out there. This is definitely exciting news and only the beginning of the Android barriers. Without further adieu, let’s hear from Pershoot regarding a taste of what he’s working on and what’s to come:
[Kernel] [Preview] – 220.127.116.11 – OC-VFP_FP 1.4GHZ – Galaxy Tab 10.1 (Update: 6/23/11)
This is a preview of what I have been working on. There is more to do, so I’m making this a preview until I have some other things smoothed out and other things honed down. I will post an extensive changelog and add to RM after the upload to github completes. Here’s a quick rundown:
- Use GT-P7510 source from opensource.samsung.com and supplied defconfig, as a base
- Merged up to kernel.org’s, 18.104.22.168
- OC to 1.4GHZ @ 1.200
- Same optimizations as gtab-2632 (-O1, cortex/vfp via CodeSourcery 2009-q1)
- Merged in various changes from gtab-2632, vision-2635, AOSP and kernel.org
- Autogroup (session), various ERRATAS, BFQ I/O scheduler
Before you head over to the droid basement please take a moment and post some kudos and and gratitude here for him. I’ ve asked him several times to put out a tip jar so he can be rewarded for his efforts but he won’t do it. So make certain to send him some goodwill and encouragement for his efforts.
Pershoot, keep up the good work. You inspire a lot of us here at New Tablet Reviews.