XDA-Developers forum member Bauxite has successfully developed a kernel that overclocks Samsung Galaxy Tab to 1.2 GHz. It is called Bauxite Kernel and is presently in alpha stage. More information, download link and installation instructions after the break.
This kernel is the first one to bring overclocking to Samsung Galaxy Tab. It is an alpha build and works only on the Sprint (SPH-P100) version of Samsung Galaxy Tab at the moment. However, as it is the CDMA version, it may also work on the Verizon version but has not been tested with it yet. The developer has mentioned building a GSM version for T-Mobile and AT&T users. Once a version is released for a the GSM variants, we will update this guide to include it so if you’re using a GSM device, keep checking this article in the next few days.
User response has been very positive and those who have tried it since its release less than 24 hours ago have been very satisfied with the performance boost so far. Almost all users have reported that it runs without giving them any trouble. A user has reported a Quadrant score of 2369 with this kernel.
Disclaimer: Please flash this alpha kernel at your own risk. AddictiveTips will not be liable if your device gets damaged or bricked during the process. Also, do not attempt to install the kernel intended for one device to any other device unless you know exactly what you are doing.
To install this kernel, download it from the link given below and flash it to your phone with Odin. If you don’t know how to do that, you should not be installing an alpha kernel to your device in the first place.
For help with issues as well as updates on development of the kernel for other Galaxy Tab devices, please visit the XDA-Developers forum thread and join the conversation there.