It’s about time that the MIUI magic came to HTC One X. This ROM is a beta version that has been modified by “Leventc” at MIUI Android. The installation procedure for this ROM is not conventional, however it isn’t rocket science either. In this post we will show you the process to install this visually appealing ROM on your HTC One X smartphone.
Amazon’s Kindle Fire has taken the tablet market by storm with its meager price, which delivers enough features to make the tablet worth the cost. Other than providing some excellent Amazon service, Kindle Fire also brings some great e-book reading experience, as well as the fun features of using an Android power device. In a previous post I showed you “How To Install Ice Cream Sandwich ROM On Kindle Fire”. Continue Reading →
VillainROM is a famous name among Android custom ROMs, especially for Samsung handsets. After leaving a lasting impression on Galaxy S and Galaxy S II, the developers have turned to the latest Galaxy Nexus and come up with the very first AOSP R1 ROM for the device. This ROM is compiled from the Android source code repo (branch = android-4.0.1_r1.2 (ITL41F) with Google apps/permissions, etc. added. In this post I Continue Reading →
Finally, CyanogenMode 7 for Kindle Fire has arrived. XDA-Developers forum member “JackpotClavin” has released a ROM for users to download and install on their Kindle tablets. While the ROM might not be free of glitches just yet, it does seem to have a lot of things working and can be used as a daily driver. For more information, see below video by “Jeff Benjamin”, followed by detailed guide for installing Continue Reading →
The Nexus S gets it’s first taste of the ICS based AOSP ROM, CM9. “Koush”, the guy who made ClockworkMod recovery and ROM Manager a reality, is currently working on the CM9 project for Nexus S. He has recently released a build for early testing. This ROM, which is still in an Alpha stage, is said to be stable enough for use as a daily driver. Apparently, almost everything seems Continue Reading →
In this post l will present you with a tutorial showing a complete video guide with vocal and visual explanation of the process to flash a HD2 Android : NDT MIUI Gingerbread ROM, as well as some details regarding this MIUI ROM. Below is a video to walk you through the process, courtesy 96edwy. So take out that Android and start flashing it like a techie.
In this post I will present you with a tutorial with a complete video guide with vocal explanation of the complete process to flash an Android NAND ROM, as well as some details regarding what a NAND ROM is. Below is a video to walk you through the process. This video is courtesy 96edwy. For more information, see his YouTube page (link given at the bottom of this post).