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Update Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 to Unofficial CM10 Jelly Bean 4.1 custom ROM


Wednesday 22nd of August 2012 / android.gs
The Samsung Galaxy Ace is a smartphone that has been launched from some time and until now you would be able to run on it only CM7 / Gingerbread or some custom CM9 based on Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0. Now, an XDA Senor Member, Mac?aw managed to create a working CyanogenMod 10 test build that will bring Jelly Bean 4.1 for your Galaxy Ace phone.Use the instructions in this article and you will learn how to successfully flash this new custom ROM. However, note that you should only install this CM10 preview Jelly Bean ROM only if you wish to test it, as there are some bugs and some features that aren’t currently working. The Galaxy Ace phone packs an ARM6v7 CPU and now it has become the first device that supports a Jelly Bean 4.1- based port. It would be better if you would create a full Nandroid backup of your existing ROM so that in case the new OS doesn’t impress you, you will then be able to restore your previous OS installation.It has been confirmed that the GSM, SMS, EDGE, 3G, Signal are full working, as well as Audio, Sensors, Project Butter interface, Full 2D/3D accelerat
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Update ZTE Warp Sequent with CM10 Jelly Bean 4.1.2 Custom ROM


Saturday 04th of May 2013 / android.gs
ZTE Warp Sequent is an interesting Android based device, as the phone comes with decent specs and features and all on an affordable price tag. Anyway, we surely can’t compare the Warp Sequent with the high end smartphones, but there’s nothing wrong is saying that it is a “friendly” handset, especially for the entry level customers. If you own this phone, now you will be able to power up its performances as a suitable version of the CM10 custom ROM has been made available; therefore, during the present step by step guide I will show you how to update the ZTE Warp Sequent to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OS by installing the CM10 custom firmware.Before starting the update procedure, you should know that this is only the beta version of the CM10 software, so there are still some minor bugs and issues included on the platform. Don’t worry though as the devs are working on resolving the problems and further updates will be offered for your ZTE Warp Sequent. So, it should be clear for you that you are dealing with an unofficial firmware that has nothing to do with ZTE or Google, the C
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Update Sony Xperia U to Jelly Bean 4.1 with Experience Custom ROM


Wednesday 10th of April 2013 / android.gs
A new version of the Experience custom ROM (v2) have been released by those of xda-developers, so today we will be checking on how to manually install the same on your Sony Xperia U smartphone. The new Experience firmware is being based on latest variant of stock ICS, but brings all the Jelly Bean 4.1 features, looks, apps and capabilities, so you are about to update your Xperia U to custom Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. Furthermore, the ROM is stable and fast so it might be a good idea to give it a try; if you want to do so, just check and apply the lines from below.The Experience software is quite popular among Sony users, as the firmware has been made available for several Xperia Android based devices; also the users who have tried the ROM declared that there are no bugs or issues and that the system is stable, fast and powerful. By flashing the Jelly Bean 4.1 Experience custom ROM on your Xperia U, you will be able to install Android 4.1 features along with extra capabilities that cannot be found in the default version of the Jelly Bean platform, which means that you will be enjoying
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Update HTC One X to Unofficial CM10 EPRJ Jelly Bean 4.1 Experimental ROM


Thursday 30th of August 2012 / android.gs
The first port of CM10 for HTC One X is now available and despite the fact that it is an experimental build you will still be able to use the bluetooth, Wifi, Netflix, 3G and 4G functions. So, use the instructions listed in this article and you will learn how to successfully flash this Preview build of CM10 Jelly Bean 4.1.1 on your HTC One X. Note that this guide is for advanced Android users and you shouldn’t attempt to install it if you’re a novice when it comes to using CWM Recovery and flashing custom ROMs and kernels.This build has been created by the EternityProject team and the files that will help you have been posted on XDA. This isn’t an official release and the ROM is still in its first stages of development, which means that it might still pack some bugs and errors. However, the bugs we’ve found are not that many and in case you find anything that would worth reporting it, then please post it in the comments field so that others will see it. For this ROM to work with your One X device, you will also be forced to install another kernel that has been
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Update T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Vibrant T959 to Official CM10 Nightly Jelly Bean 4.1


Monday 20th of August 2012 / android.gs
The Samsung Galaxy Vibrant is the T-Mobile Galaxy S variant and it has received the official CM10 Nightly ROM update. Now, you can use the instructions that I have listed in this tutorial to successfully install the new Jelly Bean 4.1.x on your smartphone fast and easy.This custom ROM is a Nightly Build of CM10 Jelly Bean and this means that at the moment this is an experimental release that is updated on a daily basis with each day bringing new and improved features for your phone. If you wish to install this ROM correctly you will first need to read the instructions listed in the preparation guide and only after that you will be able to flash all new JB 4.1 files.Please note that this release CM10 Nightly comes with some bugs and errors. One that you might find annoying is that you cannot perform emergency calls with this custom ROM. This problem should be solved in the next releases and you should check the update menu in your phone every day so that you’ll keep the latest Nightly build installed on your T-Mobile Samsung Vibrant phone. Now that you know all this info above,
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Update to Samsung Nexus S Unofficial CM10 Jelly Bean 4.1 Android Alpha ROM


Friday 20th of July 2012 / android.gs
The same guy, legolas93, and XDA forum member and developer that created the first bundled Jelly Bean 4.1.1 AOSP ROM for Nexus S has released a new preview build of CyanogenMod 10. Use the info I’ve listed in this article and you will learn how to successfully flash this CM10 based Jelly Bean ROM on your Nexus S without bricking it. For extra info, use the comments section and post your questions as we will try to give you the best answers.Before we can begin to install this guide ROM you should read the instructions I’ve listed in the preparation guide. This will help configure your device correctly and you should be able to install it at your first attempt. This CM10 is an unofficial build and it is a very early release which means that not all functions of Jelly Bean will work and you should use it only for testing purposes.This update to Unofficial CM10 Jelly Bean should install easily but you need to know that you will need to first flash the ROM, then Super User and after that the GApps zip. All these instructions are listed in the tutorial. Make sure to read the pr
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Update Samsung Epic 4G Touch to Official CM10 Jelly Bean 4.1 custom ROM


Wednesday 05th of September 2012 / android.gs
CyanogenMod team has started to work on their 10th installment and now they managed to release a working and official nightly build of the CM10 for the Samsung Epic 4G Touch smartphone. Use the info I’ve listed in this article and you will learn how to successfully flash all CM10 custom ROM files right on your smartphone without too much trouble.This is a CM10 release that it is based on the Jelly Bean 4.1 and you should continue reading this guide only if you’re an advanced Android user. In order to install this new custom CM10 nightly ROM you will first need to read the preparation guide info. Below you can find all the steps that you need to take before starting to apply any changes to your phone.CM10 Nightly is an early ROM, but it will still install Google Now, the Jelly Bean smart keyboard, better camera and gallery apps, the butter UI, better and expandable notifications. Now that you’ve read all this, I think that you should move to the preparation guide below. Make sure that you understand and you apply all the instructions listed below before moving to the
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Update Galaxy R with CM10 Jelly Bean 4.1.2 Custom ROM


Saturday 03rd of November 2012 / android.gs
The Samsung Galaxy R can now be updated with the latest Android system, the Jelly Bean 4.1.2 one, all thanks to the unofficial port of the CM10 platform which has been ported to the Galaxy R by those of xda-developers. Since there will no longer be official OS improvements released for this smartphone due hardware limitations, the present firmware should be just perfect for those interested in testing the new Android 4.1.2 flavor. Well, as usual, I will try to bring you the easiest way from which you can learn how to update your Galaxy R I9103 with the CM10 Jelly Bean 4.1.2 custom ROM firmware by explaining a suitable step by step guide.If you want to find out more about the unofficial port of the CM10 ROM that now can be installed on your Galaxy R, I recommend you to take a look over our source page by heading here. As recently reported by those who had already tried this OS, there are some bugs and things that aren’t working properly. Apparently, there are issues with the camera (it seems that the app isn’t included), the Bluetooth and with the Gyroscope. Don’t worry though,
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Update T-Mobile Galaxy S3 with JellyBro CM10 Jelly Bean 4.1 custom ROM


Tuesday 31st of July 2012 / android.gs
The T-Mobile Galaxy S3 has just received a brand new custom ROM, JellyBro is the name, that uses the stock ROM and adds new CyanogenMod10-based features and components to your device so that you’ll experience a better Jelly Bean experience on your smartphone.This is an early release and it still might be buggy, which is why you should create a full backup of you ROM before installing this one. If you wish to flash this ROM correctly, please use the guidelines below:install the JellyBro Jelly Bean CM10-based custom ROM only on the T-Mobile Galaxy S3 with the model number T999.Create a full backup of your currently installed ROM.ClockworkMod Recovery should be installed on your T999 smartphone as otherwise you won’t be able to flash this new custom ROM.Your device should be on a rooted firmware. If yours isn’t then please use this guide HERE.Backup all your apps, SMS, Call Logs and APN Internet settings using these tools: AppBAK for Android apps backup | SMS backup & restore | Call Logs backup & restore | APN Settings Backup & Restore.Sync your phon
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[RESOLVED] Flashing CM10 | Jelly Bean 4.1.X


Tuesday 27th of November 2012 / androidforums.com
Alrighty, Hey everyone.I haven't seen any threads about CM10 on desire. So I thought I'll start one and get a bit of help with it. I am running CyanogenMod 7 currently and I felt that I wanted to try out a different, yet a new Jelly Bean 4.1.1 ROM (especially with that awesome "Google's voice search" - Siri got owned! )Yes yes, you may say that flashing is really easy, and it is. What I need help for is:> Would it work for CDMA Desire's?> Re-partition my SD card OR Wipe it (fat32) OR leave it?> Change hboot to stock?> Would I need to re-root?> A2SD+ script (have done all that but yet a bit confused)> Would I need to change my ext partition?Here is an article which explains how to install it.
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