It was just yesterday when we reported about the Google Nexus S phone being over clocked to 1.2GHz, now it looks like the developer is far from done and has managed to push another 100MHz out of the Hummingbird CPU, bringing it up to 1.3GHz. Makes me wonder how fast will ever be fast enough? The kernel has also been tweaked to be more stable, but problems with Bluetooth haven’t fixed yet. So if you’ve got no need for fancy headsets sticking out of your ear, you might want to give the ROM a shot- just head over to the xda-developers forum for more details.
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