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Overclock Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Honeycomb Tablet To 1.4Ghz

Galaxy Tab 10.1 has just received an OC kernel developed by XDA-Developers forum member pershoot, letting you overclock your Galaxy Tab up to 1.4Ghz. It is important to note that the kernel has not been widely tested as yet, but according to the little feedback from users who installed this kernel, the device was stable and things were seemingly fast on the Galaxy Tab.

Pershoot has released this kernel as a preview for people to test and gain some feedback on any glitches that may or may not exist for further improvement of the kernel. More work is to be done and certain areas have yet to be smoothened out. That said, the kernel will let you take your tablet’s frequency up to 1.4Ghz. Use Set CPU to adjust the frequencies and governors.

Below  you can see a few features of the kernel:

  • Used GT-P7510 source from opensource.samsung.com and supplied defconfig. as a base.
  • Merged up to kernel.org’s,
  • OC upto 1.4Ghz @ 1.200mV
  • Same optimizations as gtab-2632 (-O1, cortex/vfp/fp optimisations 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.

Known Issue:

The governor may reset back to conservative (default), when using ondemand, after wakeup. This will be investigated.

The installation is quite a simple one. We’ll show you how.

Disclaimer: Please follow this guide at your own risk. AddictiveTips will not be liable if your device gets damaged or bricked during the process.



  1. To begin, download the kernel from the link above and copy it to the root of your SD card.
  2. Reboot into recovery and select, install zip from sdcard.
  3. Select choose zip from sdcard and choose the kernel you copied to the SD card.
  4. Once the kernel is flashed, select reboot now.

Your tablet should now boot up at the stock frequency, however, you can use Set CPU to adjust the frequency to you liking. For updates and queries, visit the XDA forum thread.

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