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How to Upgrade Your Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670 to Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread - Android Authority


Monday 28th of November 2011 / androidauthority.com
If you think you’re stuck with Android 2.2 Froyo on your Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670, then you’re in luck–you can actually manually update your mobile phone to Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread.Here are some of the benefits that you can enjoy by updating your Samsung Galaxy Fit S5670 to Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread:updated ThinkFree Office (version 2.0)Extended battery lifeSamsung apps updated to the latest version of UNA 2.0.7Fixes for camera and GPS issuesAccess Google Maps 5.1 in 3DImproved Google Books and enhanced Voice Search 2.1.1Improved User Interfacea few other bug fixesThis update is not the official firmware from Samsung.  Rather, it is a leaked firmware which is currently under testing with some bugs in Gingerbread fixed. Also, we cannot guarantee a successful update on your phone. But, if you want to play around with your device and take the plunge, then go ahead and read through the installation process.Some PrecautionsBefore we begin, let’s first review some guidelines before installing the firmware:Back up important data to your Google account, PC, or an external SD C
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IMy samsung galaxy proclaim powered by android was accidently


Sunday 10th of March 2013 / justanswer.com
IMy samsung galaxy proclaim powered by android was accidently submerged in some hand sanitizer everything is alright except the mp3 player haves lotts of sttatic you cant hear the music too much sttatic.
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Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Update for Samsung Galaxy S2 Released By Three UK


Tuesday 26th of March 2013 / android.gs
The first versions of the Samsung Galaxy S2 got their Android Jelly Bean updates a couple of months ago. Unfortunately for some users, not all the Galaxy S2 devices were updated and many owners are still waiting for that to happen. However, there is good new for the Three UK subscribers as the mobile operator has just started pushing the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for its version of Samsung Galaxy S2. The owners of the smartphone have been expecting the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for a while as the firmware upgrades have been released by other carriers a couple of weeks ago. Even though Three has delayed it Android Jelly Bean rollout, its customers will be happy to hear that the highly awaited updated will be finally received by their handsets.Surely, the Galaxy S2 owners are tired of the old Android Ice Cream Sandwich as now they will have the possibility to enjoy all the cool features included in the Jelly Bean version of the operating system. Also, it’s always nice to see that, event though the past weeks have been filled with Samsung Galaxy S4 news, the older devices
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AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket Receives Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Update


Wednesday 10th of April 2013 / android.gs
A couple of days ago we’ve told you that the Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update for Samsung Galaxy S2 is rolling out at T-Mobile and we knew that AT&T’s Skyrocket should be updated soon after. Well, as you’ve probably guessed, today we will be talking about updating the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2 to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, as the biggest carrier in the US has started the firmware update roll out.The Samsung Galaxy S2 came pre-loaded with Android 2.3 Gingerbread and received the Android 4.0 last year, but the Ice Cream Sandwich update didn’t bring any major changes in terms of user interface. Things will be different after you update your Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, as the firmware update rolled out by AT&T is bringing the Nature UX interface that debuted on the Samsung Galaxy S3.Besides the Jelly Bean-specific goodies like Project Butter, expandable notifications, or the highly appreciated Google Now, the Android 4.1.2 update for Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket will also bring other goodies like S Voice, S Planner, S Memo, and
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Questions before I buy a Samsung Galaxy Proclaim


Sunday 02nd of December 2012 / androidforums.com
Hey guys I am thinking about changing from a LG Optimus T (T-mobile) to a Samsung Galaxy Proclaim (Straight Talk). I was wondering If anyone had an opinion on the Proclaim. I have read mixed reviews about it but they were mostly about people who didn't understand the features of a smartphone. But just in case there are any real issues with the phone I want to hear them. So please give me some advice The Optimus T has been nothing but a pain. I cannot take it anymore so if someone has another phone for me to try that's around the same price as the Proclaim ($150) for a prepaid service please post it and let me know.Next question I have about the Proclaim is if I purchase the Proclaim what case do I look for when purchasing. I would really like to get an Otterbox if possible. I know that the Proclaim is just a renamed Verizon phone for Straight Talk.Thank you all ahead of time and I am so sorry if this is posted in the incorrect forum.Thanks,Tom
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[Video] Samsung Galaxy S4 Review by Android Authority


Thursday 25th of April 2013 / droidforums.net
It's the phone that needs no introduction - but it does need a thorough review. Josh from Android Authority is here with one of the most anticipated releases of the year - the Samsung Galaxy S4.
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Adobe Flash Player' on 'Samsung Galaxy Gio GT-S5660' - 'Android 2.3' - Help please !!


Saturday 10th of December 2011 / android.net
Help ! - 'Adobe Flash Player' on 'Samsung Galaxy Gio GT-S5660' - 'Android 2.3' !!! I am going round in circles so it seems with this problem ! 1st it seemed I was having a problem as to how to install 'Adobe Flash Player' & now I'm getting the feeling I'm not even supposed to have it anyway !!! Can someone advice me if I am supposed to be able to go to a web-site that has Flash content on it & actually be able to see the Flash content ??? - If I'm not I'm going to be mortified !However If I am supposed to be able to view Flash content then can someone please advise how I can get Flash working my 'Samsung Galaxy Gio GT-S5660' - 'Android 2.3' ! When I go to 'Android Market' I am told my device is not compatible with 'Adobe Flash Player Version 11'. I have downloaded by PC a torrent of 'Adobe Flash Player Version 10.3' & then copied it to the phones SD Card & then used the installer on the phone to install it - all seemed to go O.K. but when I went to the Adobe test page no Flash movie & tried another web-site that I know has flash content & the same thing !!!Reg
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New to my android samsung galaxy proclaim SCH-720C in MAJOR need of help


Monday 29th of April 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
This is my first time ever even using a forum i have a straighttalk android samsung galaxy proclaim cant seem to find it listed anywhere on android central is there another name? Im tryn to make sure my phone is secure and learn features n menus so I can gain complete control over my new phone ive only had it a few days just had a new one sent to me due to my last one being hacked and damaged and ive been finding suspicious things again and my antivirus's are not picking up on the added hidden items and then i went to my mcafee account and it shows threats high tracking and virus's n several trojans my phone went missing for about 30 minutes or so and when my boyfriend conveniently found it and so i ran scans they said nothing till i logged in to mcafee and seen the threats i dont no how to find these things or what is suppose to be on my phone and not be i never had a phone that has such advanced things. Can someone please help?
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Featured: Meet The Samsung Galaxy Camera Powered By Android 4.1


Wednesday 29th of August 2012 / androidheadlines.com
With how deeply embedded Android has gotten with the smartphone and tablet market, it was only a matter of time before Android started making its way over to other electronic devices such as cameras. With hoardes of manufacturers running their stock software, Android brings some great functionality and new, innovative features.Samsung is looking to make some waves with their Galaxy Camera announced at their Unpacked event today. Maybe I’m speaking out of thin air here, but it looks to be one of the first cameras of its kind. With a nice profile and smartphone sized screen on the back, it packs quite the punch.1/2.3″ BSI CMOS sensor with 16.3 megapixelsCan shoot full 1080p HD videoISO 100-32004.7 inch HD Super Clear Touch Display (308ppi)1.4GHZ Exynos quad-core processor8GB internal storage with MicroSD card slotWiFi, Bluetooth, 3G, and 4G connectivityA-GPSHDMI out1650mAh battery with battery life reported up to 7 hoursAndroid 4.1 Jelly BeanFrame weighs just 0.67 poundsIt’s kind of amusing to see a camera have Android 4.1 Jelly Bean when a lot of smartphones don
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Samsung announces the Galaxy Camera powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean


Wednesday 29th of August 2012 / androidheadlines.com
In addition to announcing the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung made another surprising announcement today during their IFA 2012 unpacked event; they announced a camera powered by Google’s Android operating system, the Samsung Galaxy Camera. Following the footsteps of Polaroid and Nikon, Samsung hopes to get a head start on this new market of cameras that allow the user to instantly share via Wi-Fi and mobile data. The Galaxy Camera is a high-end-point and shoot camera that features a 16-megapixel image sensor and 20x optical zoom. The back of the camera features a large 4….Continue Reading HereSamsung announces the Galaxy Camera powered by Android 4.1 Jelly BeanJonathan Radande – droidmatters.com
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