has released an update to EXTRAordinary ROM 3.0. The latest version is now 3.0. This release is supported on the following Device(s):- Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100 Basic Information -ROM (JVP-based modem, speedmod kernel)-with all applications from the Samsung I9000. -ROM is stable. I use this ROM. -The battery lasts 48 hours.
I am the proud father of three, 3, 9, and 12. I recently upgraded from the Samsung Galaxy S3 to the Sony Xperia Z. Having so many kids warranted a change of pace. Let me tell you, it is mind blowing. I love Android, I love tech and I love my family. Not in that order though. I work hard, play even harder and take care of all that are around me when I can.
Of all the phone manufacturers out there, Samsung seems to have a particular talent for creating an anticlimax. Our first thought when holding the Galaxy S5 was that we'd been through all this before a year ago, with the equally underwhelming launch of theGS4.
Some say that I'm an Australian. And that as well as being an Engineer, I also enjoy a good game and my Android devices, currently the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Nexus 7. All you need to know though is I review hardware and games, write news, and manage the AndroidSPIN Facebook and Pinterest pages.For many of us with Nexus devices, the Android L preview has only been a pipe dream that we can, for now, only gawk at from a distance. Well, thanks to the boffins at XDA, there is another device to gawk at now, and that device is the HTC One M7 .TheAndroid L preview has been ported to the HTC One M7, a photo of which is shown above, and although the ROm is currently in alpha, it’s undoubtedly better than nothing.
Some say that I'm an Australian. And that as well as being an Engineer, I also enjoy a good game and my Android devices, currently the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Nexus 7. All you need to know though is I review hardware and games, write news, and manage the AndroidSPIN Facebook and Pinterest pages.The highly anticipated launch of the Samsung Galaxy S5 turned out to be a bust for many people who expected a slightly more inspired design and innovations from the Korean manufacturer, though many of us were absolutely enamoured with the wallpapers that we saw on their screens during the announcement. While the device has yet to be released so we can’t get at the official versions of the wallpapers, some talented designers out there have painstakingly recreated the Samsung Galaxy S5 wallpaper. While we did feature a blue version of the wallpaper last week ( see here ), that was quite a bit lighter than the version we saw at MWC and wasn’t quite right. Thanks to Shimmi though, who also created the mixed colour version of the wallpaper we featured ( see here ), the blue wallpaper has also been recreated and looks a lot closer to the real thing. As an added bonus, Shimmi has upscaled both the blue and coloured wallpapers up to 1080p for those of you who want the Full HD versions of the; click down below to get the full-sized wallpapers: Who’s enjoying the wallpapers from the Galaxy S5? Better yet, show us your homescreens in the comments below. Source: DeviantArt
Samsung has taken the wraps off its new Chromebook 2 Series, offering two different ARM-based sizes and borrowing the stitched, textured finish of the Galaxy S5 for its lid. Both the 11.6- and 13.3-inch versions of the Chromebook 2 Series run Google's cloud-centric OS on one of Samsung's own Exynos 5 Octa processors - 1.9GHz on the smaller model; 2.1GHz on the larger - with 4GB of memory and up to 8.5hrs of battery life. The Chromebook 2 11.6-inch has a 1366 x 768 LED display, 16GB of internal storage, and a battery that lasts up to 8hrs. It measures in at 11.4 x 8.06 x 0.66 inches and 2.43 pounds, and will be offered in black and white. As for the Chromebook 2 13.
Proving that miracles still sometimes happen, the almost legendary Samsung Galaxy S II has just been added to CyanogenMod 11 's roster of nightly builds. While it's still a bit too early to get hopes up, it still brings an early taste of Android 4.4 for a device that would have probably never seen it otherwise.
Some say that I'm an Australian. And that as well as being an Engineer, I also enjoy a good game and my Android devices, currently the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Nexus 7. All you need to know though is I review hardware and games, write news, and manage the AndroidSPIN Facebook and Pinterest pages.Android L is currently the talk of the Android community, with preview builds of it already circulating the internet, letting people get a taste of what will inevitably become Android 5.0 when it is officially released later this year. Many of the apps in Android L look to have been given a facelift, as has the homescreen which looks especially slick. In many of the hands-on screenshots and videos of the new build, we’ve seen that brown and blue wallpaper that seems to be the poster for Android L right now. So if you don’t have a Nexus 5 or Nexus 7 to try it right now, you can get the Android L wallpaper above (make sure to click through to get the highest resolution). That isn’t the only wallpaper included in Android L, with many old favourites returning that we have seen before when the Nexus 5 was launched. If you want to take a look at some of the other wallpapers that came with Android L, make sure to check out the gallery below: Android L wallpaper gallery Have you tried out Android L yet? What are your thoughts on how it looks? Let us know your opinion in the comments below. Source: XDA via Phone Arena
Security has always been an interesting topic on Android and that discussion just got another reason to exist with a development team discovering a security flaw affecting the Samsung Galaxy series that could enable remote access to data on your device.
Security vulnerabilities, especially in software, isn't completely unheard of, but very few are portrayed as being deliberately included for the benefit of certain individuals. Such is the picture that is being painted about a number of Samsung 's Galaxy smartphones, at least according to developers of a different kind Android replacement.
At Heathrow airport in London, Samsung has "taken over" what may be the world’s busiest terminal. Purchasing the bulk of advertising area in the terminal, you’ll see more Samsung Galaxy S5 posters and large signage per square foot here than anywhere else in the world. This campaign is set to stick around for two weeks.
I was an IT consultant for 20 years and ran my own web design and development company for an additional 3 years. I have been involved with technology from birth. OK, that maybe an exaggeration, but it sure is a long time. I'm also an avid Home Theater geek and self appointed installer for friends and relatives. My first serious modding of Smart-Phones started with my T-Mobile WING and now Android devices. I'm also a bit of a photographer, although Android has kind of taken over my life and photography has taken a back seat.I’ve been running KitKat on my trusty old Samsung Galaxy Note 2 for some time now, but the day has finally arrived for AT&T to release the official 4.4.
There’s no lack of interest in the next generation of phablet hardware this season, especially when it comes to the second wave of Samsung’s yearly dishing of smartphones. As the Samsung Galaxy S5 arrives, so too will the Galaxy Note 4 come not long after.