People can’t be too happy with Samsung since the popular Galaxy S2 was supposed to get the Jelly Bean bump back in November 2012 and ended up being left to ICS dust until now, but at last things are moving forward.
XDA member ThilinaC has released port of Sony’s Xperia Z launcher onto Samsung Touchwiz devices. The download comes with the new UI and some nice looking custom Xperia widgets to help spice up your Samsung handset.
Galaxy S2 users rejoice, a Samsung spokesperson has stated that Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) updates will begin rolling out to Singapore S2 owners at the beginning of February.
Samsung started off this year’s CES rather quietly, not looking like it could have any major bombs to drop upon us Android enthusiasts.
Samsung Korea has posted more details about this highly anticipated update, even if it forgot to specify when it will be rolled out.
Can dual-core processors work any faster? XDA Developers member umberto1978 believes so and, to make tangible that belief, has created the SpeedWizz kernel for the Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100, a stable kernel for those who love speed on their dual-core processors. This kernel has dual boot, Busybox 1.20.2, SpeedMod Patch K3-31, and Thunderbolt tweaks among its many features. The kernel allows undervolting and overclocking with DVFS disabled, touch sensitivity fix, and recovery fstab fix. The SpeedWizz kernel is pretty stable and is reportedly fast. No bugs have been found as of yet, but the developer is still having the kernel…
Considering there’s no official Jelly Bean update coming to the Samsung Galaxy S2 in the immediate future, I’ve put together a step-by-step guide to install Cyanogenmod 10.1 on your GT-I9100 handset.
The end of a year is usually everybody’s favorite time for compiling all sorts of charts and rankings, but when it comes to gadgets it’s often much more interesting to see how everything shapes up when a new year kicks off.
The Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100, Samsung’s former flagship device, refuses to be useless and obsolete. Even if this is inevitable, continuous developer support has kept the Galaxy S2 a usable phone especially because of ROMs with the latest version of Android and other custom tweaks. Speaking of tweaks, another custom kernel has found its way to the Galaxy S2′s circuitry and it is named the Dorimanx Kernel. It’s based on the famous Siyah Kernel with additional improvements and tweaks. The Dorimanx Kernel works on CyanogenMod, AOKP, Sense4all, ported Jelly Bean, MIUI.us, and Samsung Ice Cream Sandwich stock ROMs. If your…
If you’ve got an AT&;T Samsung Galaxy S2 in your hands, then you’re going to want to check for the latest software update that’s available for it through Samsung Kies.