Amazon Kindle Fire users are in for a treat as an AOSP ROM with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean has been released, which has enabled users to install Android Jelly Bean on their Kindle Fire devices. This port of the latest Android OS has been made available on the XDA Developer’s Forum. Read more details, including installation instructions from the guide given below
Although Google’s flagship phone, Galaxy Nexus was one of the first devices to receive an OTA (Over The Air) update, Samsung and HTC devices are receiving ported ROMs which are enabling users to install Android Jelly Bean on their devices. In a previous post we provided you with a guide to install Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on Samsung Galaxy S3. In this post we will provide you with a guide Continue Reading →
If there is any device that is likely to get all the new updates from Google, it is none other than Galaxy Nexus. However, the popularity of Samsung’s Galaxy S3 has meant that the latest Android Jelly 4.1 Bean has reached S3 earlier than most devices. In this post we will provide you with a guide about running the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on your Samsung Galaxy S3 device.
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.
Although the official Android ICS update has become available for Asus Transformer Prime, some users simply want CyanogenMod 9 (CM9), instead of the official version. Once the official update was released, Asus provided a complete package by providing users with not just an upgrade, but also releasing the bootloader unlocking tool for the tablet. This soon resulted in third-party developers to develop a CM9 ROM for Transformer Prime.
The ICS madness has reached its peak, as more and more Android devices are being upgraded to the latest Android ICS operating system. In a previous post I showed you how to How To Root Asus Transformer Prime With SparkyRoot App. This time I have a guide that will allow you to install the Android Ice Cream Sandwich based AOKP or Android Open Kang Project RC1 ROM on your Asus Continue Reading →
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 →
Over the years, MIUI has become the most sought after, “aftermarket” firmware for Android based devices. After receiving a Ice Cream Sandwich ROM, Amazon’s Kindle Fire has finally got an MIUI ROM. The fiery MIUI 1.12.29 ROM is based on Android 2.3.7 Gingerbread, has come straight from none other than the XDA-Developers forum member “leech2082”. See the below guide to find out how to install this stylish MIUI ROM on 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 →