From its unveiling a few weeks ago to its impending arrival in stores – the cycle wouldn’t be complete without seeing some goodies from the Samsung Galaxy S4 making their way online ahead of the phone’s official release.
So far, we’ve gotten a hold of the Galaxy S4’s colorful full HD wallpapers and ringtones, as well as the new S Voice app. The next treat is sure to please those who want the whole shebang — the system dump of the phone.
To take full advantage of the system dump, some software tinkering skills are naturally required, that is if you want to do some advanced stuff like extracting other apps from the device. Alternatively, let’s just wait for the dev community to do their magic.
The file, which is based on Android 4.2.2 and the I9500XXUAMCH test firmware, comes at a hefty size of a little over 1.5GB. Head over to the source for more details and/or grab the freshly served Galaxy S4’s system dump right here.
any news to what new system apps are compatible with the s3?
Or with the Note II?
any mirror’s available, I’ve been trying to download this for the last 4 hours, got halfway through and just stopped. Did the same thing with a 2nd connection. hotfile is terrible unless you want to pay to download,
Why people use these bad file hosts?? Google’s is good, Zippyshare is good, mediafire is good, there are LOTS of good file hosts. Why Hotfile?
Can somebody tell me, is that hold (Features on S4)? im going download it… Thanks