Tag Archives: ROM

Samsung Galaxy Note II All-In-One Toolkit Released

The Samsung Galaxy Note II was recently released in parts of Europe, and development is growing fast. We now have a toolkit created specifically for the international Note II. The feature list is insane, here it goes: Install drivers automatically Backup/Restore a single package or all apps, user data and Internal Storage Backup your /data/media… Read more

Jelly Bean Build Leaked For Sprint Galaxy S III

The Sprint Galaxy S III is finally getting a taste of Jelly Bean outside of ports. A leak meant for the phone has been released in all its TouchWiz glory. It’s 4.1.1, the newest version of Android, and has been packaged like any other ROM. You just flash it. The developer has created two versions, odexed and deodexed. If you want to theme the ROM, we… Read more

AOKP Receives Massive Update, Including Many New Features

AOKP (Android Open Kang Project) is a popular custom ROM for many Android devices. Their first venture into Jelly Bean was great, but it was lacking some of the features the more developed Ice Cream Sandwich builds had. However, they released a huge update with a ton of new features and improvements. A few of the new features are the inclusion of a… Read more

MIUI ROM On The Google Nexus 7, I Don’t Get It

My Google Nexus 7 is a toy.  I’m sure there are very productive things to do with it, but the most productive thing my Nexus 7 does for me is save battery life on my phone because I’m using it a lot less.  That being said, I like to play with my toys, and a few days ago I decided to flash MIUI’s custom Jelly Bean ROM on my Nexus 7.  Only few weeks… Read more

Tired Of Switching Kernels Between TouchWiz And AOSP ROMs On The Note? Universal Kernel Now Available

The International Galaxy Note N7000 needs a different kernel for TouchWiz and AOSP ROMs. Meaning if you’re going to switch between the two, you’ll need to keep around two different versions of your favorite kernel (if the developer supports two different versions). Not a big inconvenience, but it could be easier. Now it is. The developer g.lewarne… Read more