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AS always, the disclaimer: I'm not responsible for what you do to your phone. You are here, you know what you're getting into.

Built on a Modified version of the Community Voodoo Kernel v7, thus having all the benefits of that kernel, I have added OC/UV to 1.6 with stock speeds (no OC/UV app) at 1.2.

Features-
All that is currently in Community Kernel v7
-OC/UV to 1.6 with Xan's app or Set CPU. (seems to run best with Ondemand setting and cfq for me.)

Planned features-
-Planned oc/uv to ??? (Until I feel we can't take it!)
-bfq scheduler
-tinyrcu
-possible BLN.
-You tell me!

Below are my zips, one with the Odin tar in it and the other with the CWM zip. Git's at my hub in my new Sig line.

And great shout outs to gtg465x , excaliburinhand for his encouragement, existz for his kernel patch for i9000 which I based alot of my code on, supercurio for his Voodoo project as always and xan for his voltage app. (search the market for it. It's sweet!)

And one final note. If for some reason you don't have an init.d folder in your /etc folder, make one with root explorer or ADB (first is SO much easier). Voltage settings will NOT stick if you don't.

1.0
Odin Infusion 1.0
CWM Infusion 1.0

1.5
Odin Infusion 1.5
CWM Infusion 1.5

Tips
If you need to download Voltage control or a mini guide on OCing and UVing, see _13's post here.

Change Log:
1.5:
Added 1.5, 1.6, and 900 MHz frequencies, changed 1120 to 1100 (it bugged me...)
Without voltage or setcpu, default is now ondemand gov and stock frequencies. (100, 200, 400, 800, 1000, 1200)

Zip or Tar will work with Neldar's kernel flasher found in the Android market.
 

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Thanks! Any compliment is appreciated!
 
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