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How to root the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G SGH-T769 - Android Authority


Sunday 22nd of April 2012 / androidauthority.com
Released earlier this year, it was only a matter of time before the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G SGH-T769 would be rooted. That time has finally come, thanks to the support of the development community. XDA developer k0nane has already released a pre-rooted stock kernel that is tailor-made for the Galaxy S Blaze 4G. You don’t have to go through long confusing instructions to gain root access on your Galaxy S Blaze 4G; you can simply flash the pre-rooted stock kernel using Odin3.The pre-rooted kernel is perfectly safe to use as it doesn’t make any other changes on your phone other than rooting it. As an added bonus, the kernel already includes a fully-linked copy of BusyBox 1.19.3, BusyBox running parts support, and other various tools.Excited to get root access? Check out the guide below on how you can root your Galaxy Blaze S 4G.WarningRooting your phone will void your phone’s warranty. We shall not be liable for whatever happens to your phone.  Proceed at your own risk.RequirementsSamsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G SGH-T769Temporarily disable Samsung KIES and any antivirus software
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Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G review


Thursday 22nd of March 2012 / androidcentral.com
Here's the thing about the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G. When you get over the fact that it's got a rather ridiculous name, and that because of that name it's a little confusing as to where it fits in the scheme of things, and that it's maybe a little overpriced, you've got yourself a pretty capable mid-range smartphone rocking along on T-Mobile's 42-megabits-per-second data network.That's a lot of qualification, to be sure. (And we should be used to ridiculously named Samsung phones by now.) So should you consider the SGSB4G for purchase? And what, exactly, will you be getting?It's all after the break in our Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G review.A nice feel in the hand. Decent screen and hardware by 2011standards. Can access the faster lanes of T-Mobile's data network. Includes NFC, Wifi calling and Wifi Direct.Yet another phone launching in 2012 without 2012's version of Android. Branding may be a bit confusing, given that the Galaxy S phone has replaced in 2011 by the Galaxy S II.If you're looking for a mid-range phone on T-Mobile (bot
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How to Root the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G


Thursday 12th of April 2012 / android.gs
Thanks to those of xda-developers, we can now root the recently released Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G handset. The phone is not extremely impressive but it has its strengths, though it’s running only the Gingerbread version of the Android OS. So, more likely you will be tempted to make an OS update, but in order to do so you must first learn how to root your Galaxy S Blaze 4G.We all know that Samsung isn’t planning to release the ICS upgrade for its Blaze soon, the only way to enjoy the latest Android firmware being in getting and flashing a custom ROM or unofficial software into its system. As stated, these kinds of operations will require root access. Therefore during this new step by step guide we will be checking the easiest method in which you can complete the up-mentioned procedure.It’s important to know that you need to gain root access over your phone’s system before making restoration, optimization or customization operations with your device. Without rooting, the system will be locked and you will not be able to control it in any way. But, once you unchain it, you will
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Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G details confirm 720p HD display and 1.5 GHz dual-core


Wednesday 25th of January 2012 / androidheadlines.com
New documents have recently been spotted sharing more information about an upcoming top-tier smartphone for T-Mobile. At first thought this was a T-Mo Galaxy Nexus but after taking a closer look it appears this will most likely be the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G — basically a tweaked and improved Galaxy S II. More details after the break. Some sneaky readers searching through documents showing UAProf files for Samsung phones noticed one for model SGH-T999 had recently been published. Like mention above the first thoughts were a Galaxy Nexus but with the recent announcement of the Blaze 4G that is most likely what we have here. Recently their Galaxy S II was na…Continue Reading HereSamsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G details confirm 720p HD display and 1.5 GHz dual-coreCory Gunther – androidcommunity.com
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How to Install Clockworkmod Recovery on Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G


Friday 13th of April 2012 / android.gs
After we have explained you how to root the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G, it’s time to reveal another important operation which must be applied on your smartphone. Therefore, in today’s step by step guide, I will try to teach you how to install a custom recovery image, the Clockworkmod Recovery one, on your Blaze 4G Android powered handset. The process is quite similar (we will use the Odin program) with the rooting one, so you have nothing to worry about.Clockworkmod Recovery is an important tool which brings numerous capabilities for your device. With CWM you will be able to make restoration and maintenance operations, you will be able to delete the cache from your phone, install un-officials firmware (OS updates) or flash custom ROMs into the system. It is designed to work only on Android powered devices and it isn’t included in the default system, you must install it after buying the handset.You should learn how to install Clockworkmod Recovery on your Galaxy S Blaze 4G especially for the OS. As you know the smartphone is featuring the Gingerbread version of the Android platfo
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Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G Available Starting March 21st


Monday 12th of March 2012 / everythingandroid.org
If you had been waiting for the release of the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G, then we’ve got great news for you. Starting on March 21st, the Blaze 4G will be available for purchase online from T-Mobile’s website and in select stores. We’re guessing corporate T-Mobile stores, but check locally to be sure. You can expect to pay $149.99, with a new 2-year agreement. That’s after the dreaded mail-in rebate which will net you $50.The nationwide rollout for the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G will be on March 28th.Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G SpecsLatest smartphone to take advantage of 4G (HSPA+42) technologyStream movies fast via Netflix®Get directions and traffic fast with TeleNav® GPS Navigatorand voice searchWatch live TV with T-Mobile® TV in mobile HDEnjoy a brilliant 3.97″ Super AMOLED™ touch screenSnapdragon™ S3 processor by Qualcomm® with 1.5 GHz dual-core CPUsDo it all with Android™ 2.3.6 GingerbreadRelated posts:Samsung and T-Mobile Announce Galaxy S Blaze 4GT-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S III Release Date Set for June 21stSamsung Mobile Unpacked Live Stre
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T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G now available online and in stores


Wednesday 28th of March 2012 / androidcentral.com
The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G, the latest Android device to find a home on T-Mobile's "4G" network, is now available online and in stores. For $149 on contract, you'll get 4-inch Super AMOLED display with 480x800 resolution, a dual-core Snapdragon S3 processor clocked at 1.5 Ghz, and both a front and rear-facing camera, all while surfing on HSPA+ speeds of up to 42 Mbps.We didn't really love it or hate it, largely because of the now-outdated Gingerbreadunder its hood, but if you're in the market for an affordable device with specs that are difficult to sneeze at, the Blaze 4G might be right up your alley. You can grab yours now through T-Mobile at the source link.Source: T-Mobile
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Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G SGH-T769: Flashing stock firmware and fixing soft bricks - Android Authority


Sunday 22nd of April 2012 / androidauthority.com
Did you soft brick your Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G? If you did, you don’t have to freak out anymore because we have the solution to your problem. If the problem is caused by some mistake in installing custom ROMs or ClockworkMod Recovery, then this guide can probably help you.  Essentially, you’ll be flashing stock firmware back to your soft-bricked Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G SGH-T769.Sometimes users can get too excited to install the newest ROMs or the latest touch-based ClockworkMod Recovery on their devices that they may accidentally brick their devices. You can’t really blame them; the bricking might have been caused by any number of things, from carelessness to lapses in the instructions they were following.Lucky for Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G users, solving the bricking problem is quite easy. XDA Developer member konane has devised a way to solve this problem, allowing users to revert to stock factory settings in no time. This means that your phone will literally be as good as new; in fact, your phone won’t have root or any of your custom ROMs.Saving your
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Samsung “SGH-T999″ Phone Appears, Indicates Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G Is On The Horizon


Wednesday 25th of January 2012 / talkandroid.com
We have some interesting information about an upcoming Sammy device for T-Mobile. You may recall we casually mentioned something about T-Mobile announcing a certain HSPA+ 42Mbps-capable phone with the Snapdragon S3 dual-core chip. Since making a mention of the Galaxy S Blaze 4G, both T-Mobile and Samsung have been tight-lipped about further information on the device. However, we may have a treat for you all as we have some additional information to share with you all. For starters, the phone is also likely to be known as the SGH-T999. As you might not know, the T9x9 variant of Samsung phones usually indicate it is a higher-end model on T-Mobile’s network. So while the phone in question could possibly be a T-Mobile variant of the Galaxy Nexus— keep in mind an HSPA+ variant of the Galaxy Nexus already exists, so you’d think it would have already showed up in T-Mobile’s systems already. So it is more likely that we’re looking at the Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G, especially with the screenshot above. We already knew the phone would have a clean Super AMOLE
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Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G SGH-T769: Installing ClockworkMod Recovery - Android Authority


Sunday 22nd of April 2012 / androidauthority.com
The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G SGH-T769 surely lives up to its name for being a blazingly fast device with its dual core 1.5 GHz processor and 3.97 inch Super AMOLED touchscreen.  Not only that, the Galaxy S Blaze 4G also supports 4G capabilities, making it one of the fastest devices in terms of connectivity. But wait, it gets even better. Don’t you know you can also modify your phone to make it even faster with custom ROMs and hacks?The answer is definitely yes, as recognized XDA developer shabbypenguin has come up with a working stable version of ClockworkMod Recovery custom-made for the Galaxy S Blaze 4G. Installing ClockWorkMod Recovery is just the first stepping stone to custom ROMs and modifications on Android devices.So, if you’ve always wanted to try out custom ROMs and modified hacks, then this guide is definitely for you. Check out the instructions below to install ClockworkMod Recovery on your Galaxy S Blaze 4G.CautionThis guide below is only compatible with the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G SGH-T769 and is not compatible with any other Galaxy S variants. Check ou
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