Root XXU2COD4 Android 5.0.2 on Galaxy Alpha G850F Lollipop Official Firmware

You can now root XXU2COD4 Android 5.0.2, the latest Lollipop firmware update for the Galaxy Alpha G850F. Alot has changed compared to KitKat especially the overall design, if you still haven’t updated please read our previous article on manually updating XXU2COD4 Android 5.0.2 Lollipop. For a successful root, we will be using CF-Auto-Root and ODIN v3.10.6. We as writers, have used these tools and truly recommend these to anyone who is rooting a Samsung phone. CF-Auto-Root does guarantee reliability as well as ease of use. Two things we seldom find together. If you follow our full guide, there is a great chance […]

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Update Galaxy Alpha G850F LTE to XXU2COD4 Android 5.0.2 Lollipop Official Firmware

You can now run Android 5.0.2 Lollipop on your Galaxy Alpha G850F by updating it to XXU2COD4 official firmware. Samsung sure did make Galaxy Alpha customers wait for Android 5.0.2 Lollipop but we have it now and let’s see what has changed. Firstly, you will be looking at strong redesigns of built-in Samsung apps such as Messaging app, Camera app and many others. Secondly, you will also notice a slight improvement in performance thanks to Lollipop’s code and Samsung’s latest drivers. This build is solid and can be installed on any Galaxy Alpha as long as the model is G850F which corresponds […]

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Samsung Galaxy Alpha vs Samsung Galaxy A5

In the new era of having a larger phone aka phablet than having a better phone, Samsung took a very unexpected turn with the new Samsung Galaxy Alpha. An Android phone from Samsung with premium built quality, first time ever in the Galaxy series. And soon after, Samsung announced their new line up of Android phones — the Galaxy A3, Galaxy A5 and the rumoured Galaxy A7 is soon to follow. We take both the Galaxy A5 and Galaxy Alpha for a detailed comparison, mostly for their technical specifications to see which one comes out to be the better phone. […]

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Root XXU2BNK3 Android 4.4.4 on Galaxy Alpha G850F Official Firmware

If you recently updated your Samsung Galaxy Alpha to XXU2BNK3 Android 4.4.4 firmware, we have some good news, you can now root it as well for full file system access. For users who are running older firmwares, you can read our previous article on manually updating your phone to XXU2BNK3 Android 4.4.4 firmware. In order to gain root, we will be using CF-Auto-Root combined with ODIN. Both of these tools are renowned and have been tested by ourselves. Not only would you be able to enjoy root under few seconds but you would be assured of security and reliability. If you […]

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Update Galaxy Alpha G850F LTE to XXU2BNK3 Android 4.4.4 Official Firmware

XXU2BNK3 Android 4.4.4 firmware can now be installed on your Samsung Galaxy Alpha G850F. Galaxy Alpha is surely in line for the newest version upgrade, Android 5.0 Lollipop, but for now Samsung is focusing on releasing KitKat updates which include bug fixes, enhancements and system tweaks. If you want to update to XXU2BNK3 Android 4.4.4 firmware then head straight to Samsung KIES or OTA (Over-the-air) update. Some of you out there would notice that there is no such update available, well that is due to the fact that Samsung releases updates slowly and moves from region to region. Don’t worry […]

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Take Screenshots on Samsung Galaxy Alpha – How To

Taking screenshots is definitely one of the easiest way of sharing information from your Samsung Galaxy Alpha. Be it a funny internet page, latest news or even or your home screen set up, you can easily capture your screen and upload the image for everyone else to see. People who just have purchased their Samsung Galaxy Alpha, are new to Samsung phones or are new to Android in general can make use of this post. Users who are coming from Samsung devices should know that the process remains same but a newer, much intuitive method is also available compared to […]

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How to Enter Recovery Mode on Samsung Galaxy Alpha

Samsung Galaxy Alpha has a very easy method needed to access the recovery partition (Recovery Mode) similar to other Samsung devices. If you haven’t installed a custom recovery this process will lead you to the in-built recovery. The stock recovery comes in handy when you need to wipe your device, wipe the cache, wipe Dalvik cache or flash a OTA package from Samsung. On the other hand, if you have a custom recovery installed then you can utilize all the extra features such as formatting key partitions, flashing custom ROMs and much more. You can get into the recovery mode on […]

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