Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 Overclocking Guide

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The Galaxy Y S5360 is an awesome and pleasing design Smartphone. This touchscreen device has an 832 MHz processor. The large TFT screen with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels gives it a cool look, as well as its TouchWiz UI gives a colorful user interface for better user experience and the home screen which is customizable allows convenient navigation.

All those who own this cool smartphone can now very easily overclock the device. This in turn will help you to speed up your device and explore the hidden capabilities of your phone. It seems has Samsung pays less interest in updating its low-end Smartphone. Therefore, we took this initiative to bring you some of the optimizations for your device. We would also be coming up with some of the Jelly Bean updates for your Galaxy YS5360.

 Samsung Galaxy Y S5360- Samsung Galaxy Y S5360 Overclocking Guide

Warning: Neither we nor the developer will hold any responsibility if you damage or brick your phone in the process of following this article. Therefore, please proceed at your own risk.


Measures to take before Over-Clocking your device:

Step 1: You should fully backup your Android device before rooting it. Backup all your SMS, Backup/Export Contacts, Backup APN settings. You can take help from our article on Tutorial for creating backup of Android device without root access.

Step 2: You should Backup all apps on your device, unrooted users can follow this method procedure to backup apps. If you have already rooted your device then use Titanium to Backup and restore apps and cache data.

Step 3: You should enable USB debugging on your device, to activate USB Debug go to “Settings>Developer options” and check the USB debug option box. Problem enabling USB Debugging you can follow article on How to enable USB debugging on Jelly Bean, Ice Cream Sandwich and Gingerbread.

Step 4: There should be 50% or more amount of battery juice on your device. To know how much charge your device is having you can use our tutorial on how to get battery percentage on Status bar.

Step 5: You should disable security apps and programs like Antivirus and Firewall on your Android device as they may interrupt the procedure.

Assuring that you have followed all the above mentioned steps, you can proceed further. If there is something which worries you, let us know we are always here for you.

Download Quick Boot App (Google Play Store Link) from here to your phone and then open the same to. There, you will see an option “Recovery”, choose it and you will be taken to the recovery screen. Also, download Axiom Kernel from here onto your computer and then copy the same to the root directory of your phone’s SD Card.

How to Overclock Galaxy Y S5360:

Step 1: First of all, open the “Quick Boot App” in your device and then select the option of “Recovery” to go to the main recovery screen.

Step 2: Now, from the main recovery screen, select “install zip from sdcard” and then select the Android kernel file which is required for flashing on your device.

Step 3: As soon as, the flashing process has completed, reboot your device.

Step 4: Lastly, download Set CPU, No Frills CPU Control and Incredicontrol apps in your phone and open the same to increase the CPU Clock Speed. But, do not choose the option of rebooting until and unless the device is stable with the selected overclocking speed.

That’s it! You’ve successfully over-clocked your Samsung Galaxy Y S5360. Share with us if you have any query, we are here to help you always.

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