The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is a powerful tablet. This tablet carries a 1.4 GHz quad-core processor and 2 GB of RAM, which make this tablet ideal for multitasking. Plus, with the addition of Project Butter in the coming Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, this tablet will be super fast. Unfortunately, we are still waiting for the latest updates to arrive. For the meantime, how about flashing an overclocked kernel to make your tablet a bit faster?
XDA Developers member brieuwers shares an overclocked kernel that will increase the clock speed from 1.4 GHz to 1.6 GHz on your Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. Flashing this kernel will make your tablet snappier. The instructions below will only require you to flash the overclocked kernel via Odin. Since you will be using Odin, you will need a Windows PC and the appropriate USB drivers for the tablet installed on your computer.
In this guide, learn how to overclock the Galaxy Note 10.1 to 1.6 GHz.
Congratulations! You have made your Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 a bit snappier by installing the 1.6 GHz overclocked kernel on your tablet.
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I have flashed the 10.1 but noticed that the battery performance has
taken a big hit. Which would be obvious with increased speed and power
consumption. Now can anyone please tell me how to undo the over-clocking? :)
This kernel has a problem with causing constant wifi disconnects. Additionally, many will not be able to overclock beyond 1.5 without system lock.
sme here :( ….and smtimes s-pen nt detectd! any fix uv found?
Alvin need a little help with reverting to original clocking speed. 1.6ghz flashing is consuming too much power and battery life. Thanks.