Tag Archives: Flash

HTC Desire HD Get’s Unofficial Ice Cream Sandwich With Sense 3.6, The Promised Update That Never Was

The developers at XDA Developers have delivered what HTC didn’t: An Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4 ROM with the Sense 3.6 overlay. It’s basically what HTC promised but never delivered. I would like to clarify that HTC could deliver, but they didn’t for a good reason. The update required a partition resizing, meaning user data would be wiped. HTC deemed this… Read more

Guide To Adobe Flash On Jelly Bean Devices

As you probably know, Jelly Bean is not supported by Adobe Flash. They will not be updating Flash to work on Jelly Bean, which is a real shame. Sure, Flash never worked too well (even on computers), but it was the fact that we had that option which made Android special in one more way. Luckily, all hope is not lost. Getting Flash working on devices… Read more

Jelly Bean Port For The Nexus One

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFx4HUgVWjg&feature=player_embedded#! Looks like XDA has done it again. The ancient (by tech standards) Nexus One has gotten a Jelly Bean port! It’s being called an alpha build, but it seems to be quite stable. The only things that may be problems are browser rendering issues (fixed by using Chrome) and possible broken… Read more

Motorola DROID RAZR Fastboot Files For ICS Released

If you’re ever stuck with a soft bricked RAZR or RAZR MAXX on ICS, now you can fix it with the newly released fastboot files. With these files and a program called RSDLite, you can flash your phone to stock software. It’s the Odin of Motorola phones, except nowhere near as open. Either way, it can be a life saver when you’ve accidentally screwed… Read more

Want To Reset Your Galaxy SIII’s Flash Counter? TriangleAway Has Been Updated For The SIII

The app TriangleAway, a staple of any rooted Galaxy SII user’s arsenal, has been updated for both the Galaxy SIII and the international Galaxy Note. Apparently Samsung integrated some new protections for the flash counter. While the Galaxy SIII is completely open, warranty isn’t as safe, so tread with caution and no one is responsible for any possible… Read more