Samsung Infuse 4G is quite the looker amongst it’s Android counterparts. However, the device also packs some potent hardware and that has been proven by this recent kernel, named Infusion 1.8 that takes the Infuse 4G’s CPU to a brilliant 1.8Ghz. The kernel has been developed by XDA-Developers forum member bedwa and also has Voodoo Sound v10 implemented in it.
Now when we say overclock up to 1.8Ghz, the kernel also gives you the option to adjust the voltage as well but is only adjustable to being undervolted, not overvolted. If for some reason you don’t have an init.d folder in your /etc folder, make one with root explorer or ADB (first is SO much easier). Voltage settings will NOT stick if you don’t.The kernel offers the following features:
- OC/UV to 1.8 with Voltage Control or Set CPU.
- Insecure boot (Root in ADB shell).
- Upgraded Voodoo Sound to v10.
Here’s how to get this kernel up and running on your Infuse 4G.
Disclaimer: Please follow this guide at your own risk. AddictiveTips will not be liable if your device gets damaged or bricked during the process.
- A rooted Samsung Infuse 4G. See our guide on rooting the Infuse 4G with SuperOneClick.
- ClockworkMod recovery installed. See our guide on installing ClockworkMod recovery on the Infuse 4G.
- Infusion 1.8 kernel.
- To begin, copy the kernel you downloaded from the link above, to the root of your SD card.
- Once the file is copied, reboot your device into recovery mode.
- Once in the recovery, make a NANDroid backup.
- Now, wipe cache and dalvick cache.
- Once done, simply flash the kernel you copied to your SD card and let it install and then simply reboot your device.
For updates and queries related to this kernel, visit the forum thread at XDA-Developers.