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How to Upgrade Your Galaxy S2 GT-I9100 to Ice Cream Sandwich XXLP2 Firmware

by: Paul NuñalJanuary 21, 2012

Owners of the Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100 won’t be left far behind as the device is catching up with the latest version of Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich firmware known as the XXLP2 upgrade.

This said firmware carries several performance improvements over those provided by the earlier firmware versions XXKP8 and XXKPA.

In this article, you will find the steps for updating your Galaxy S2 firmware to Android 4.0.3 build XXLP2.  This guide will work only on handset model GT-I9100 and not on other models such as the GT-I9100G.  To check whether you’re using handset model GT-I9100, dial *#1234# on your phone and check the handset information.

Requirements [...]
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How to Install Android 4.0.3 ICS RC3.1 on the Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000

by: Paul NuñalJanuary 21, 2012

Happy owners of the Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 will have more reasons to celebrate as an all-new RC version of Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich for the Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 has finally arrived. Also known as RC3.1 ICS Android 4.0.3, the upgrade promises new exciting features and bug fixes for the previous RC version.

Featuring a 4.0-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen together with a 1 GHz Cortex-A8 processor and 512 MB RAM, the Galaxy S makes running Ice Cream Sandwich a worthwhile experience.  The RC3.1 firmware build is still at its beta stage and is not completely stable yet, although all the core features of ICS are intact and you would rarely encounter any force [...]

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How to Restore your DROID RAZR with One-Click, Keeping Root

by: AlexanderJanuary 20, 2012

Aren’t the group of developers at XDA awesome? I mean they bring us ICS before the manufacturers, they bring us faster and battery efficient ROM’s along with awesome root tools like this one. XDA member globed has just released a One-click tool for the Droid Razr. The tool does two important things — It restores the device in the event of a soft brick, which is definitely a handy thing to have in the event of a flash gone bad. & It retains root after therestore — again a very handy thing to have around. It can be frustrating torestore a device and realize that you no longer have root. So definitely a useful tool to have.

This tool has been developed for the [...]

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus – How To Update to Honeycomb 3.2 Firmware

by: Richard GutierrezJanuary 19, 2012
Do you experience some bugs in your Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus P6200 which includes issues with the launchers and force close errors in some games? If you have experience it maybe you have bought the early release device in india. As soon as Samsung Discovered this bugs they released a new Honeycomb update called DDKL2 which fixes the known bugs.
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How to get Unlimited Data on Verizon for Ungrandfathered Lines

by: AlexanderJanuary 18, 2012

Last summer Verizon followed AT&T with axing their Unlimited Data, many blamed the coming of Apple’s iPhone which is known to be a data hog. With 4G LTE data speeds hitting 40 megabytes per second and higher, we are going through more data then we used too. Today we are going to show you a nice way of getting unlimited data back on your Verizon line, it’s pretty simple and all based on a glitch in their system in our favor.

Here’s how to do it:

1. Dial *611 from your Verizon phone, or 1-800-922-0204 from any phone. 2. Wait for computer CSR to go through the main menu. You will need your Verizon phone # and account PIN or last 4 of SSN. 3. Hit [...]

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How to Stream iTunes Playlists and Songs from Desktop to Android

by: Carl ParkerJanuary 17, 2012

Ever wanted to be somewhere else in your house but still be able to access music on your computer? TuneSync HomeStream makes it possible to remotely stream iTunes music and playlists from your PC or Mac to your Android device. Sounds too good to be true? It gets even better. All it requires is that your device and your computer share the same Wi-Fi network and to have the TuneSync HomeStream app installed on your phone and its TuneSync server installed on your computer.

TuneSync Server is available for both Windows and Mac OS X and like the app, it’s absolutely free. Though TuneSync HomeStream is not the only app of its kind on the Android Market, it is [...]

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Nexus S GSM OTA Update Ported To Nexus S 4G

by: Richard GutierrezJanuary 17, 2012
If you want a taste of Ice Cream Sandwich ROM then try this Nexus S GSM OTA. As you can see this is not the official release and it is only ported by TEAM HYDRO of Android Central Forum. This ROM is not yet finished but they are working to improve it.
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ICS ROM For Motorola Xoom (Wi-Fi) Available [Download and Install]

by: Richard GutierrezJanuary 17, 2012
You can now Update your Motorola Xoom to Ice Cream Sandwich Rom Thanks to razorbladex401 of XDA Developers Forum, But this update is Strictly for Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi only. Some members of XDA said that they have updated their 3G Xoom with this method successfully. If you want to try this with 3G Xoom version i advise you to make a Nandroid Backup incase something bad happens. Here's the simple steps in updating your Motorola Xoom.
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How to Find Out What Apps Are Most Popular Among Your Friends

by: Brigitte NovabosJanuary 17, 2012

Like many things in life, apps are better enjoyed and more fun when shared with friends and those closest to you. And, what could be a better way to get the latest scoop on the hottest and most popular apps in the Android Market than getting app recommendations from friends and family? An amazing new app called AppAware lets you do just that–and more.

AppAware utilizes social networking to fetch recommended apps and games from the Android Market, as well as apps used frequently and recommended by your friends so you can try, share, bookmark, and comment on these apps. In turn, you can share and recommend apps of your choice, as well. Other features include being [...]

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How to Set Default Browser for Wi-Fi/2G/3G and Websites w/ Browser Swap App

by: Brigitte NovabosJanuary 17, 2012

Running at optimum condition is any mobile device user’s nirvana. A lagging device or a slow connection is sure to ruin a nice day, or sour some moods, at least. Optimization is key and users are quick to search for ways to save as much bandwidth, memory, or disk space as they can.

It’s time to take control over your browsing experience. The new Browser Swap app enters the Android arena as a refreshing solution to managing your favorite sites and browser preferences. If you’ve always been irked at how you can’t seem to get a handle on your surfing experience, Browser Swap is a clever app that allows you to specify which sites open with which [...]

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