US Cellular might be a little late with this update, but they’re still supporting a fairly old device. They are updating their Galaxy S II to Ice Cream Sandwich, specifically Android 4.0.4. The build is FK19 and can only be installed using the “Simple Upgrade Tool.” Why we need another tool is Read the Rest of the story [...]
Thanks to XDA-Developer forum user alephzain, word is reaching the masses that a potential “severe vulnerability” exists in the Samsung Galaxy S III, Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note II along with several other Samsung devices. This vulnerability could provide a malicious way for remotely downloaded apps to Read the Rest of the story [...]
Samsung has just released two high-end new Android devices, the Galaxy S3 smartphone and the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, and itâ€™s getting ready to unveil the Galaxy Note 2 at IFA 2012. But the company is also working on other devices rumored to be launched this year, and we Read the Rest of the story [...]
Previously, we tackled how to upgrade your T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S2 SGH-T989, bringing the features of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich right to your mobile phone. With your phone already updated to the latest version, letâ€™s now talk about how to flash ClockworkMod Recovery and gain root access on your mobile Read the Rest of the story [...]
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