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root - What is the difference between Superuser from ChainsDD and Superuser from ClockworkMod?


Friday 26th of April 2013 / android.stackexchange.com
A while ago I rooted my LG Optimus Slider. The process installed Superuser from ChainsDD.Now I see that there is another Superuser from ClockworkMod, developed by Koush.What is the difference between these two different versions of Superuser? I thought that Superuser had been developed by both Adam Shanks (ChainsDD) and Koushik Dutta (koush, also author of Clockwork Recovery).Superuser from ChainsDD has been giving me trouble for a while now (Slow response, crashes, etc.), and I am looking for alternatives to see if it would help.
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Difference between versions?


Tuesday 18th of December 2012 / androidforums.com
Hey guys I bought the Esteem when ZVD was a normal thing. But I've been looking around and I though that the difference between ZVB/C/D was android version (like ZVC was 2.1, or something like that). But I noticed that ZVB is still 2.3.4. So then my question is what was changed or what was the difference between all those versions?
posted on: LG Esteem
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AT&T T-Mobile and Sprint versions of the Samsung Galaxy S III now rooted


Saturday 23rd of June 2012 / talkandroid.com
It was only a matter of time since Samsung already released the source code for the AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint versions of the Galaxy S III. That time has come as all three are now officially rooted. Special thanks have to go out to XDA member howtomen for the AT&T version and cyper_zero for the Sprint and T-Mobile version. Also dawgslayer69 posted that the Sprint method works with the T-Mobile version.//You will need the latest version of Odin to flash the kernel and ClockworkMod Recovery onto the device. All that’s left is to use ClockworkMod Revcovery to flash root. The only difference between the three different carrier versions is the files used, but interestingly enough, the T-Mobile and Sprint procedure is the same. Just hit the sources below for your appropriate model to get started.sources: xda – AT&T / xda – T-Mobile / xda – Sprintvia: xda blog» See more articles by Robert Nazarian//
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applications - What changed between versions of the Amazon Appstore?


Tuesday 29th of March 2011 / android.stackexchange.com
The original version of the Amazon Appstore was v1.07002, and it appears to still be working fine, so the upgrade to the new version (v1.07003) is apparently not mandatory (unsuprising, given the tiny version increment). What is the difference between these two versions? Is there a release log anywhere?Edit: I believe it's at v1.11 now, feel free to generalize this question.
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different galaxy tab 2 10.1 versions


Monday 14th of May 2012 / androidforums.com
Does anyone know the difference between these listed versions of the tabs 2 10.1?GT-P5100 GT-P5110GT-P5113 I suppose the P5100 is the 3G version, but i can't seem to find major differences between the GT-P5110 and the GT-P5113. Both are listed as 16Gb Wi-Fi version. Retailers seem to list the 16gb wifi version as GT-P5110, but in a few unboxing videos the GT-P5113 appears.Is this just a minor revision or perhaps a regional difference?Thanks in advance,Kanahpoo
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rom - What is the difference between nordic, global, etc. firmware versions?


Monday 02nd of July 2012 / android.stackexchange.com
Here I see various versions of the official 4.1.B firmware for the Xperia Neo V. What are the differences between nordic, central europe, etc. versions?
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How can I tell the different between the two different Milestone Droids?


Wednesday 02nd of December 2009 / droidforums.net
The FCC has two different versions of the Milestone GSM Droid. They have the following FCC tags: IHDP56KC2 and IHDP56KC5. I want to buy the IHDP56KC2 because it has a much lower SAR rating. If anyone can help me tell the difference between them I would greatly appreciate it.IHDP56KC2: SAR 0.57 W/kg for head-adjacent use and 0.49 W/kg for body-worn useIHDP56KC5: SAR 1.10 W/kg for head-adjacent use and 0.89 W/kg for body-worn use[IHDP56KC2 and IHDP56KC5 are both links to their own FCC reports if anyone is interested in viewing them]EDIT: I figured out the difference The C2 has WCDMA 900/2100, GSM 850/900/1800/1900The C5 has WCDMA 850/1900/2100, GSM 850/900/1800/1900So the one being sold on expansys is the C2.
posted on: Android General Discussions
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Quick look: Android versions and the Android Central app


Thursday 08th of August 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
Vast majority using Jelly Bean, 19 percent already up-to-date on Android 4.3The Android ecosystem as a whole is a large, slow-moving ship, and it's taken a while for Jelly Bean to become the most prominent flavor of Google's OS. Even Android 2.3, Gingerbread, is still going strong after almost three years. So it's interesting to see how Android Central app users compare to the ecosystem at large.The Google Play developer console allows devs to keep track of which Android versions are being run by their users, and there's a striking difference between Android as a whole and the AC app install base when it comes to platform versions.We'll start off by pointing out that our app requires Android 4.0 or higher, which eliminates Honeycomb, Gingerbread and older versions. Nevertheless, some 92 percent of AC app installations are on a Jelly Bean (4.1-4.3) device, with 4.1 being the most popular version at 44 percent. A surprising 19 percent of users are already on the just-released Android 4.3, while the 18-month-old Ice Cream Sandwich release (Android 4.0.3-4) accounts
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Difference between GS4 T-mobile and AT&T?


Monday 26th of August 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
I am currently on T-Mobile and looking for a Galaxy S4. According to Wikipedia, I can see that the T-Mobile and AT&T versions are almost exactly the same, but the T-Mobile version has "AWS" in its 3G list, as well as "PCS" and "CLR" for 4G. Other than the carrier-installed apps, would I notice a difference between the two if I bought an unlocked AT&T version to use on T-Mobile's network? Would it be possible to flash the T-Mobile factory image on an AT&T phone? Being able to choose between both versions would give me a lot more options and make a used one easier to find.
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[Q] Three different LTE versions


Monday 07th of October 2013 / androidforums.com
i'm looking into upgrading from the 2012 model and was thinking about the LTE-enabled one. and then i noticed that there are 3 different listings.https://play.google.com/store/devices/details?id=nexus_7_16gb_2013what is the difference between "LTE", "LTE AT&T", and "LTE T-Mobile". each are priced at $349.i don't see the need for specific carrier versions. for example with an AT&T phone, you could use it on T-Mobile, and vice versa. or an even better example the Nexus 4, you could use it on both AT&T and T-Mobile.PS: each listing states the exact same frequency information.WirelessDual-band Wi-Fi (2.4GHz/5GHz) 802.11 a/b/g/nLTE: 700/850/1700/1800/1900/2100 MHzHSPA+: 850/900/1900/2100/AWS (1700/2100) MHzGSM: 850/900/1800/1900 MHzBluetooth 4.0NFC (Android Beam)and off-topic, would i be able to use my AT&T phone SIM card in the tablet? i've transferred it between different phones, and i've continued to receive service and data. would the same thing happen in this instance?how does non-US SIM cards work on it too?
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