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by You’ve heard about over­clock­ing your PC, but how about over­clock­ing your phone? An­droid is best known for its open-sourced na­ture, which means that third-party de­vel­op­ers are able to chime in with things like cus­tom ker­nels – the core of any op­er­at­ing sys­tem that me­di­ates re­quests be­tween soft­ware and hard­ware – to en­able per­for­mance boost­ing. If that sounds like some­thing you’d like to ex­per­i­ment with but you’re afraid of fry­ing your phone, fret not. Here’s a fairly easy and safe way to squeeze more per­for­mance out of your Sam­sung Galaxy S6.

There’s just one caveat – this guide is pri­mar­ily for peo­ple who have some back­ground in tin­ker­ing with An­droid. You should at the very least al­ready have a rooted de­vice, a cus­tom re­cov­ery in­stalled, and know your way around the lat­ter. But to en­sure we’re on the same page, we rec­om­mend CF-Auto-Root to gain root ac­cess and TWRP v2.8.7.1 re­cov­ery.

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