Voodoo kernel for the Galaxy S is fantastic
Last week I updated my Samsung Galaxy S to use Voodoo Kernel. Took about ten minutes, and it kept all my data and settings.
I am just speechless at the difference it made.
The phone was barely usable for normal everyday activities, and just unusable for development, because of a slow file system (rfs) used by stock Samsung firmware. Writing to a file could take up to 3-4 seconds, compared to 50-90 milliseconds on my Motorola Milestone.
Voodoo kenel fixed that: the phone just files now, and most impressive, can actually be used for development work.
If you do update yours, remember that there is a way to donate to the project’s developer.