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.
A new rumor is making the rounds that has to do with the next generation of Samsung's high-end tablet, the Galaxy Tab S2. The original Galaxy Tab S launched last summer and was immediately compared to the iPad Air. According to insiders that claim to know what Samsung is cooking, the Galaxy Tab S2 will be very thin. In fact, the insiders claim that the S2 will be thinner than the Apple iPad Air 2.
This is a testament to how well Samsung built the Galaxy S3, that it is still alive and kicking – and custom Lollipop ROMs are still being built for it today. We have to remember that the Samsung Galaxy S3 was once king of the smartphone world, and a lot of units are still being used even to this day.
When user agent profiles of upcoming new gadgets show up on carrier websites, chances are we might (key word being might) actually believe the information included here. Although we might take this with a grain of salt unless otherwise announced by the carrier itself, it still leads a lot of credence to rumors floating around the upcoming new Samsung phablet, the Galaxy Note 5.
Fingerprint readers have quickly become commonplace on our smartphones, and while they are touted as offering some of the best security, it seems that may not be true across the board. A group of researchers at FireEye have reported a flaw in certain Android phones like the Galaxy S5 that could allow hackers to steal fingerprint data.
Emboldened by its unexpected success with the Tizen -bearing Samsung Z1 in India, Samsung is now reported to be stepping on the gas pedal. The Samsung Z2, which is what the next iteration may or should be called, might just be around the corner, months ahead of schedule.
One of the problems with leaks is that there is really no telling which leak is the most accurate one until the fated day finally arrives. Take for example the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, whose leaks are starting to heat up as the August 13 announcement date fast approaches. Many aspects of the S Pen phablet remains in limbo, like the presence, or absence, of an auto eject mechanism for the stylus.
It’s been a while since we talked about MultiROM – that wonderful Android tweak that allows you to boot off different custom ROMs each time. We’ve mentioned that the development team of MultiROM has made it available for a good number of devices, including Sony Xperia devices , the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy S4, even the HTC One M8 .
CyanogenMod is still – arguably – one of the best at applying the AOSP (Android Open Source Project) flavor of Android to after-market software and making them so fiiiiiine. And they haven’t stopped. Today, they officially released nightly builds of CM12 – that is, CyanogenMod 12, the Android 5.
The problem with charging your Android device is that you notice that sometimes a charger will charge quickly and sometimes not so quickly. The science behind this is actually the quality of the USB cable and the amount of juice the charger is pumping, plus a number of other variables.
It seems that Samsung might have finally heard users' prayers. At least for now. And at least based on an unverified, and probably unintentional, data source. The User Agent Profile of a major US carrier's website has seemingly spilled the beans on the specs of the upcoming Galaxy Note 5 as well as the Galaxy S6 edge Plus.
I’m a bit of a computer parts junkie. When a thumb drive or hard drive goes on a great sale, I grab it if it’s my ideal price range. This leaves me with extra working parts around that I might not use right away. Recently I swapped out an SATA hard drive for an SSD upgrade in a laptop. I kept the1 terabyte drive in my drawer since it was still good to use in another computer.
We've put a list of the best non-Apple smartwatches on the market right now. Check them out.You'd never guess that this is wearable tech, would you? This amazing looking piece connects with Android TM 4.3 or higher, and gives you notifications about missed calls, messages, upcoming meetings, events, and even local weather forecasts. Plus, it's also water- and dust-proof.
Today the Samsung Galaxy S Edge seems to have been re-confirmed alongside the Samsung Galaxy S6. In an image of a selection of cases from little-known brand Verus, both the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge (or just S Edge) can be seen. Here you'll notice that the Samsung device's edge is not just all by its lonesome, it's joined by some volume keys as well.
At first blush, the Galaxy S6 edge is a hot, new phone with a curved screen and exciting new non-plastic shell. Dip under the hood, and it seems not much is new. The crew at iFixit has torn the S6 edge apart for us, and provided a good look at what makes the curved display phone tick.
Samsung has unveiled its new flagship smartphones and Samsung Pay, its new mobile payment.Samsung Unveils the Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and Samsung Pay [PICS] is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
Microsoft just announced its stronger initiative to push its business further in China, by pushing Windows 10 harder, with a little help from Chinese companies. Among those namedropped was Xiaomi , where Microsoft explicitly mentioned that select Xiaomi Mi 4 power users will be able to test Windows 10 on their devices.
Use a gadget with a lithium-ion battery inside and you'll eventually learn that these power packs decay once you've cycled them enough times. But have you ever wanted to see direct evidence of why they have a limited lifespan? The Department of Energy is happy to oblige.