Haris Nadeem • July 11, 2012
Google has just pushed out the official Android 4.1.1 JRO03C OTA software update for the Google Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7 tablet. Many of the developers who have a Galaxy Nexus are already using the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update, but now you can get the official OTA which Google announced at Google I/O that it would release soon. In this tutorial, we will tell you how to install Android 4.1.1 JRO03C OTA on Galaxy Nexus I9250 with complete steps on how to install the official update in your phone. This firmware is not completely clean ,as it has already […]
Nexus 7 is the first Nexus 7-inch Android device that offers a complete pure experience of Android on the large screen with Google Play widgets and other features. Nexus 7 was first announced at the Google I/O 2012 where it was also given out to all the attendees along with the Galaxy Nexus and Nexus Q. In this tutorial, we are going to tell you how you install KRAKD-7 custom ROM on your Nexus 7 tablet. Not many are available, but custom firmware has already started being developed by developers to support the upcoming Nexus 7 tablet.
Samsung Galaxy S III is no doubt one of the most powerful Android phones of all time. It packs some great hardware that offers amazing performance and has the greatest Android release, ICS, which makes it very fast and easy to use. Developers love this phone. Lots and lots of custom ROMs are being built for the Galaxy S3. CheckROM EvoHD XXBLFB is one of our favourite custom ROMs available for the Galaxy S3. It comes with great features, system tweaks and modifications that are not found in the official stock firmware. In this tutorial, we will explain how you […]
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is not yet officially released on any phone other than the Galaxy Nexus (I/O version). But that didn’t stop developers from porting it to other Android devices. It is now available for the Samsung Galaxy S II, HTC One X and the Samsung Galaxy S III. In this tutorial, we’ll tell you how you can root Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on the Samsung Galaxy S III for full system access. For a full tutorial on how to root Android 4.1 on Samsung Galaxy S3, continue reading below.
We just wrote about the new ClockworkMod Recovery 6 that has just been released a few days ago. It is a test version that the dev has asked all Galaxy Nexus users to try and give feedback. Now, we’ll look into the Touch ClockworkMod Recovery 6. CWM Recovery 6 comes with a better interface that makes use of the large screens Android phones have these days. Nandroid backups are now 4-5x faster. In this tutorial, we will install the Touch ClockworkMod recovery 6 on Galaxy Nexus. Continue reading below for the full tutorial.
ClockworkMod Recovery 6 has just been released a few days ago. Not the final version yet, but the initial test version is now available for the Galaxy Nexus to be installed, tested and you should give feedback to Koush ( the developer) for such an awesome recovery. ClockworkMod 6 – FINAL version is now available! CWM Recovery, which is also a part of the ROM Manager Android app is one of the most popular custom recovery for Android phones. Loads and loads of Android devices are supported by ClockworkMod. CWM Recovery 6 comes with a better interface that makes use […]
Samsung Galaxy S II has officially received the Android 4.0.3 ICS updates and now Galaxy S2 devices are also being updated to Android 4.0.4 officially by Samsung, starting from selected countries. However, these updates don’t bring the new TocuhWiz and features from the Galaxy S3 to Galaxy S2. Thanks to S3 Salman ROM, this custom firmware will allow you to have the look and feel of the Galaxy S III I9300 on your Galaxy S II with most of the features and UI ported from the S3 to S I9100. In this tutorial, we will tell you how to install […]