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How to: Flash Your First Custom ROM on the Galaxy Nexus – Droid Life


Tuesday 03rd of January 2012 / droid-life.com
We had held off for the most part on walking you through the flashing of a custom ROM for your Galaxy Nexus until there were a number of options out there that were stable. I think it’s safe to say that there are more than a “number” that are well worth your time at this point. We have highlighted a few in the past, all of which have made incredible progress in just a short amount of time. So to get you into your first ROM (if you haven’t flashed one already), we have the step-by-step guide below to get you living the Nexus dream.  Instructions:1.  Unlock the bootloader of your phone. [Instructions]2.  Root your phone, flash a custom recovery and make your first backup. [Instructions]3.  Before we get into all of this, you may want to backup all of your apps and user data.*When flashing a ROM, you almost always have to perform a factory reset (wipe data) which clears your phone of all personal apps and settings. A tool like Titanium Backup from the market can back all of these up for you to be restored after flashing a ROM. This is a must-have app for f
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how to change text message notification sounds on the htc 4g lte


Thursday 31st of May 2012 / forums.androidcentral.com
Does anyone know how to change your ringtone for text message notification to a ringtone that you downloaded to your phone? I have searched everything and I am unable to figure out how to do this on the htc evo 4g lte?
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CrashPlan Comes To Android, Allows You To Retrieve Your Backed Up Files On The Go


Saturday 24th of September 2011 / androidheadlines.com
CrashPlan is an amazing service that I’ve been using for a number of years to back up not only my desktops and laptops, but also all the Linux servers. I can’t recommend it enough due to the fact that it’s cross-platform (Java), can be headless (client/server architecture), has no storage limitations, can use various configurable destinations (cross-backup across my devices), multiple schedules and backup sets, practically unlimited file versioning, etc, etc – it is literally the best offering on the market that I’ve tried so far.I can talk about CrashPlan forever, but this post is not…Continue Reading HereCrashPlan Comes To Android, Allows You To Retrieve Your Backed Up Files On The GoArtem Russakovskii – androidpolice.com
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How to flash AOKP Jelly Bean ROM on the Galaxy Nexus I9250


Friday 24th of August 2012 / androidauthority.com
Among the most renowned custom ROM developers are the people in the Android Open Kang Project (AOKP). AOKP custom ROMs are known for adding astonishing and dynamic customization options to the user interface and allowing users to alter these options to their liking. With these modifications, these custom ROMs are faster and smoother than any other custom ROM available.AOKP provided an official custom Android 4.0.4 ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus GT-I9250 with great success. The team is now producing a new official custom ROM based on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean for Galaxy Nexus users.We know that you can’t wait to install this great custom ROM on your Samsung Galaxy Nexus. However, take note that the ROM is presently in its early stage of transitioning to Android 4.1, therefore more customization features and options will be available in updates to come.In this guide, learn how to flash AOKP Jelly Bean ROM on the Galaxy Nexus I9250.WarningThe instructions in this guide are intended for use with theSamsung Galaxy Nexus, model number GT-I9250. Applying these instructions on another
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How to flash Liquid Jelly Bean ROM on the Google Nexus 7


Friday 17th of August 2012 / androidauthority.com
If you have tried the Jelly Bean-based CyanogenMod 10 custom ROM for the Google Nexus 7, wait till you get your hands on the latest ROM coming from AOSP. Known as Liquid Jelly Bean, the said ROM is based on AOSP source code and features stock Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean and adds some useful customization features taken directly from CyanogenMod.Here are some of the features of the Liquid Jelly Bean ROM:Extremely responsive, slim, resource-friendly user interfaceIncludes 5 lockscreen targetsCenter clock mod/customizable colorCustomizable battery iconsNotification bar togglesNotification count in status barBackup/Restore configurations so you can reflash and retain your personal UI/ROM customizationsNative overclocking performance utilitySupport for TWRP RecoverySuperSUa convenient build.prop editorweather and calendar display on lockscreenIn this guide, learn how to flash Liquid Jelly Bean ROM on the Google Nexus 7.WarningThe instructions in this guide are intended for use with the Google Nexus 7. Applying these instructions on another device or model may produce undesired outcomes.The i
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How To: Load Honeycomb, Android 3.0, on the Nook Color (uSD Method)


Monday 07th of February 2011 / androidforums.com
Another Guide from TheUnlockrHow To: Load Honeycomb, Android 3.0, on the Nook Color (uSD Method) | TheUnlockr
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how to increase your internal memory fully on the merit


Monday 11th of February 2013 / androidforums.com
Ok these steps are quite simple works it roots and causes your partition to become internal memory on the merit/availRequired items:1.Minitool partition2.AreaRom-Z990-v2.2.3-NW.zip(google to find it)3.CWM4.Any other rom you desire if the area rom is not your taste(optional)Steps1. first use minitool partition and create a 2gb partition perferable set it to primary and make it ext22.once you have created your partition boot into recovery and make a backup just to be safe3.Go to install zip from sd and install AreaRom-Z990-v2.2.3-NW.zip4.This will automatically read your partition and allow it to become the internal memory5.clear data and cache6.reboot device and enjoy your merit with an internal memory of 2gb or more depending on your partition size.Optional Step:1.If you do not like the area rom theme simply flash your own rom over it wipe date and cache once your finish flashing. The great thing is the partiton will still be there and you will still have your huge internal memory 100% usable.The pics are simply to prove that its working there of my phone. Thanks goes out to the crea
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How To Root And Install CyanogenMod 9 On The INTERNATIONAL Galaxy S3


Tuesday 26th of June 2012 / androidheadlines.com
 The Samsung Galaxy S3 is without question an extremely powerful device, with benchmark scores soaring far ahead of any other quad core or dual core device. But what if you aren’t a fan of Touchwiz? What if you would like to have stock Android ICS running on your shiny new Galaxy S3? What if you would like to overclock its already blazingly fast processors, or make complete backups of your entire operating system that you could restore later? If any of those things sound appealing to you, you will naturally need to root your device, which as you know, can be risky. But fortunately fo…Continue Reading HereHow To Root And Install CyanogenMod 9 On The INTERNATIONAL Galaxy S3androidpit.com
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How to install CPU Sleeper Battery Saver on the Galaxy S3 L710


Friday 30th of November 2012 / androidauthority.com
A drained battery is a common problem Android users face every day. The more cores your top-of-the-line phone has, the more battery power it consumes. In most cases, all the cores are running even when your phone is in standby mode, consuming precious battery life even if you're not using your device. Here's a simple modification for the Sprint Galaxy S3 SPH-L710 that will put your phone's other CPU cores to sleep when they are not needed.Developed by XDA Developers member eugene373, the CPU Sleeper, Battery Saver mod also works on all dual-core and quad-core devices. What it does is simply putting CPU 1, 2, and 3 offline when the phone's screen turns off, leaving only CPU 0 running. Once the screen comes back on, the CPU Sleeper mod will allow CPU 1, 2, and 3 back online. The mod is really simple yet also very handy.This guide shows you how to install CPU Sleeper Battery Saver on the Galaxy S3 L710.WarningThe instructions in this guide are intended for use with the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S3, model number SPH-L710. Applying these instructions on another device or m
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How to flash CM7.2 SIII MOD on the Galaxy Ace S5830


Thursday 06th of September 2012 / androidauthority.com
A new custom CyanogenMod 7.2 ROM tailor-made for the Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830 is already out, featuring the same theme and features of the Galaxy S3′s famous TouchWiz 5 interface and launcher.The ROM is known as the CM7.2 SIII MOD ROM and it features the same icon pack, wallpapers, home launcher, and a few widgets that were originally found on the Galaxy S3. Although the ROM is not actually based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, it does, however, feel like you are actually running Ice Cream Sandwich on your Galaxy Ace. Keep in mind, the ROM is built on Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread which translates to a very stable ROM and is good for daily use.This guide shows you how to flash CM7.2 SIII MOD on the Galaxy Ace S5830.WarningThe instructions in this guide are intended for use with the Samsung Galaxy Ace, model number GT-S5830. Applying these instructions on another device or model may produce undesired outcomes.The information in this guide is provided for instructional and educational purposes only. There is no guarantee that these instructions will work under your specific and
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