It’s been a year since the launch of the Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus SCH-I515. A lot of people were amazed by its 4G LTE capability and great performance. Of course, having an Android phone like the Galaxy Nexus would make you want to push it to the limits by flashing custom ROMs and kernels. Speaking of custom kernels, XDA Developers member tiny4579’s Tinykernel has just been released.
A kernel acts as a bridge between the software and the hardware. Having the right kernel is very important if you want your device’s performance to be optimized. There are lots of different custom kernels lying in wait for you to find in the XDA Developers Forum and [...]