If you think your Samsung Galaxy S2 will remain with just Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich XXLP6 firmware, then think again—a more up-to-date XXLPB firmware has been leaked and is ready to be installed on your mobile device. The new firmware reportedly offers improved battery performance compared to earlier firmware and some bells and whistles such as 3D effects when overscrolling.
If you want to, you can try upgrading your Galaxy S2 to XXLP6 firmware first, or jump right in and learn how to flash Android ICS build XXLPB firmware on your mobile phone.
Before you flash the update, make sure you create a backup of your mobile phone data. Flashing the update will [...]
A few weeks back, Notion Ink launched the Ice Cream Sandwich alpha for users of their Adam tablet. Considering its early stage, there were a few issues its users complained of. Thankfully, Notion Ink has listened to the feedback of the public and has done its best to release the beta version as soon as possible. This wait is finally over as Founder/CEO Rohan Shravan shared links of the beta files through the company’s blog.
With this version, users improve the HDMI output and Wi-Fi problems they had with the previous update. In addition, users have access to full HD videos appearing through the HDMI input or on-screen. Lastly, the beta version has a better sound [...]
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is one of the Android tablets that many consumers are waiting to get their hands on. A successor of the original Galaxy Tab 7.0, the latest Galaxy Tab 7.7 promises to open boundaries between smartphones and tablets with new upgrades and functionality.
Featuring a massive 7.7 inch Super AMOLED display and 1.4 GHz dual-core Exynos processor, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 is one mean machine that can handle any application with ease. With many manufacturers constantly churning out new firmware releases every now and then, it is critical that your device has a contingency plan in case of a failed installation that may occur on your device.
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With so many Android phones literally flooding the market these days, it’s no wonder that there are also so many firmware upgrades and custom firmware being developed and released every now and then. A superior device with great stuff neatly packed into it, the Motorola Atrix 4G is one of the devices for whom developers have devoted significant firmware love.
One reason for the attention that devs give to the Atrix 4G is that it is a fantastic device with a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor and robust ability for handling impressive graphics and video without choking. Together with its powerful processor and 1 GB of RAM, the Atrix 4G is a mean powerhouse that can be [...]
Featuring a 4.0 inch display and a 1 GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor, the Atrix 4G is one such beast capable of doing just about everything. But, you can unleash the Atrix 4G’s full potential even more by installing custom ROMs. Almost every rooted Android user knows that there is nothing better than having custom ROMs. For starters, custom ROMs are always preferred to stock ROMs due to the fact that crapware and bloatware are virtually eliminated in custom ROMs, providing a faster and snappier experience.
But, before you get your hands dirty with installing custom ROMs, you need to have a recovery tool to make your life easier. Rooted users of the Atrix 4G [...]