Galaxy Tab 8.9 P7300 has been a favorite of ours and of many people around the world. And because of its popularity, a developer started working on a special kind of firmware that would update the tablet to Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. What became of that work was called XXLQ1 Android 4.0.4 ICS official firmware.
The tool we mentioned is not difficult to get on your gadget. Begin the tutorial by going over the following requirements:
• use the model that’s bootloader and carrier unlocked;
• charge the battery of your tablet;
• install USB drivers for the device on the notebook you have on you;
• create a regular and afterwards a full NANDroid backup;
• use a Windows-based comp or laptop (CrossOver Utility is what you should use if the device in question runs Mac or Linux instead of the OS we mentioned);
• turn on USB Debugging. Continue reading
An update firmware was long overdue for Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 N7100. A developer took advantage of the fact that there was no such tool available and he came up with unofficial CyanogenMod 10.2 (or CM 10.2) Test ROM,
Not only is this firmware very useful for your phone, it also is very easy to install on it. This tutorial will prove that to all users of this particular phone model. Continue reading
If your notebook and/or personal computer happens to be the x86-based version, we have a guide on how to flash the newest Android 4.3 Jelly Bean version on it. If you promise to follow every single one of the upcoming guidelines in this tutorial, you will no doubt experience the newest operating system version on your device as quickly as possible. If, however, you miss some of these steps, you won’t be so happy. Then you’d have to repeat the tutorial again.
The Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS is one of those variants that promise to deliver great stuff and they raise to expectations. We tested this version on our own x86-based comp and it worked very well. We are happy to announce that the device delivered an excellent performance. Continue reading
The Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 P5100 which runs a type of firmware known as UBDMD1 Android 4.1.2 firmware gets to be rooted, as well. Which is great, considering all the different and equally awesome advantages that a rooted tablet can offer its users. Among these pros, you will be sure to encounter things like a wide assortment of root-only applications, different methods of customizing the user experience, custom ROMs and much more.
Consider the following pre-requisites before having a go at our tutorial:
- use the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 P5100 that sports the UBDMD1 Android 4.1.2 firmware
- remember that the guide in here will use CF-Auto-Root and Odin for its completion
- turn on, on your tablet, the option that is listed as USB Debugging
- charge the gadget’s pre-installed battery unit
- make a backup
- flash the sort of USB drivers that your tablet is completely comfortable with
- use a PC (or a laptop) whose operating system is Windows. Continue reading
Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 GT-P3110 (International 3G and Wi-Fi version) is a great tablet to root. Your device is going to reach this state if you follow our guide; it will, apart from steps, include what you need to do before you get to have access to the tutorial.
What you are required to do before the guide can begin is seen below:
- use only your Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 GTP3110 for today’s tutorial
- turn on USB debugging
- flash USB drivers made especially for your tablet on the laptop
- charge your smartphone’s battery
- use the model that’s carrier as well as factory unlocked
- create backups. Continue reading
Galaxy S4 Mini I9195 from LTE will not put up any obstacle if you want it updated to Android 4.2.2 XXUAMFA Jelly Bean official firmware.
The two major things you need to do for today: follow some pre-requisites and then the steps that will get your phone the right update firmware and all of its inherent pros. The requirements look like this:
- download the Android 4.2.2 XXUAMFA Jelly Bean Firmware on the PC
- also download Odin 3.07 on the comp
- turn on USB debugging
- charge the handset’s very own battery
- flash the kind of USB drivers which your phone deserves (have them flashed on your notebook)
- use the carrier and also the factory unlocked variant
- create backups.
Since we’re done with the pre-requisites, we should make it snap and introduce the update steps below. Continue reading