The Samsung Galaxy S4 runs Android 4.2.2 that offer impressive customization but when phone comes to hardware, this is the point that you don’t have control over, so we must fulfill the wish using apps on GS4 such as equalizers, stereo enhancers and more. Samsung has packed the shiny GS4 with Adapt Sound that can be used to produce fine quality sound, here are tips and tricks for Galaxy S4 to improve sound using Adapt Sound. Before you start the procedure, ensure you’re in a quiet room and your headphones work perfectly.
So now, pick up your Galaxy S4, go to Setting, there tap on “My Device” and enter in “Sound” section. Then get the option “Adapt Sound” from bottom, launch it, and then tap on “start”. We’re going to hear beeps of frequencies, so if you’re able to hear sound, confirm it but if you can’t, say “No”. Don’t be surprised if you can dear all beeps or not as result it depend on headphones. It’s worthy to note that tones are played via left or left audio channel because Adapt Sound all individually.
It seems that the Korean company always loves to offer their latest features for their older devices as it happens with GS3, Samsung Galaxy S3 users can now taste the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean firmware, thanks to SamMobile. I9300XXUFME3 is a new test firmware for Galaxy S3, it’s based on Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean build JDQ93 and brings various new features, most of them are ported from latest shiny GS4 such as the lock screen, screen modes, S voice app, setting UI and more. It even includes daydream, driving mode, improved notification bar, white background for gallery modes, full screen SamApps, and smart switch widget.
The Galaxy S3 Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update will reportedly land in June but if you can’t wait, install the firmware manually using Odin3. It’s worthy to note that since this is leaked firmware, it might not be fully stable but it has been tested and works well. Do also note that it will increase binary counter, however the current binary and system status will be official.
It seems that Samsung love to cover all portions of market as they did a great job with latest possible 8-inch tablet known as Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0, following the Note series, it does offer the S-Pen too that makes you tasks easier because using the tablet with the S Pen feels very good. If you’re looking for a custom recovery to improve the usability of your Note 8.0 with custom ROMs, you’ve landed on a very good place, here you can get the popular TWRP (TeamWin Recovery Project), thanks to senior XDA developer emwno.
As for we have TWRP Recovery version 2.5 for Galaxy Note 8.0 and it’s well matched with both modes, N5100 and N5110. TWRP recovery packs many good features that you can’t find in other recoveries, it’s not limited just installation of custom ROMs and backups and wipe, it also includes a file manager app, onscreen keyboard to name and rename backups, theme engine to make fun with themes, and more.
Modification is what, Android devices are famous as modification enables you to enhance the usability of your device because of various means including tweaks and custom ROMs but before you start make fun with custom ROMs, a custom recovery must be installed on your device such as the famed ClockworkMod custom recovery, ClockworkMod recovery 6.0 has been ported to Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0, thanks to senior XDA developer emwno.
There are many reasons to flash ClockworkMod recovery on Galaxy Note 8.0 like you can use it to install zip files containing custom ROMs, MODs, etc as well as CWM allows you to perform backups and wipe. This guide shows you how to install ClockworkMod recovery for Galaxy Note 8.0, it’s well-matched with both, Galaxy Note with model number and N5100 and model number N5110.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is finally receiving the long-awaited Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update officially, the petty 3G tablet is being updated through OTA (over the air) and Samsung KIES carrying the firmware P6800DXMD3, the update is available just in Asia at this time but worry not as Samsung will hopefully push it to other countries soon in near future.
However if you can’t wait or if you can’t update tablet using KIES or OTA notification, simply download and install it manually using Odin that we’re discussing here. Keep in mind that this update is well-matched with just Galaxy Tab 7.7 having model number P6800.
The famed AOKP (Android Open Kang Project) has been landed to your T-Mobile HTC One unofficially, thanks to recognized XDA developer Romanbb. AOKP custom ROM is known for customization that enables you to personalize almost everything to bump up your favorite UI on your T-Mobile HTC One, since it’s AOSP-based ROM, it provides a stock Android experience but improve usability of phone.
So you got your cute HTC One powered by T-Mobile network and now itching to get super user rights on phone via root access? Well! If you’ve landed on a very good platform as here you can easily root your T-Mobile HTC One, thanks to recognized XDA developer. Rooting enables to do everything with your phone as it gives you full rights as root voids limitations of manufacture on your phone but do keep in mind that it also voids the warranty of phone, so it’s important to note this lose first.
The TWRP Recovery (TeamWin Recovery Project) is known for a bit different and handy interface, it’s fully touch-based custom recovery to update your Android device with custom ROMs, tweaks, kernels, etc as well as you can perform backups and wipe even it does offer some more features to support your life such as a inbuilt keyboard to name and rename backups, file manager app, theme engine and more. Here you can try the TWRP Recovery on your T-Mobile HTC One, thanks to a recognized XDA contributor Flyhalf205.
ClockworkMod Recovery (CWM) is one of best useful custom recovery that you can use at least this time to make fun using custom ROMs, MODs, tweaks and custom kernels as well as you can perform backups and wipe easily to enhance the usability of your Android smartphone and a recognized XDA contributor Flyhalf205 has managed to get the ClockworkMod recovery for T-Mobile HTC One.
No doubt that the HTC One is really a worthy device as it seems that HTC has managed to gain a lot of positive reviews because of many decent features, I know you may face cons but it support various tasks of your life that force you to give it a try such as the UltraPixel camera for a better photography that focus on quality instead of quantity, stunning metal body, BoomSound, and a lot more, the HTC One runs Android Jelly Bean with latest HTC Sense UI, so in the end we can expect that the Android development will deal in impressive modification of HTC One with custom ROMs, tweaks, hacks and more.
But when we talk about modification of this HTC’s phone, bootloader unlocking is the first thing to come in mind as it enables you to root, install custom recovery, custom kernels and more. However it’s really important to note that unlocking the bootloader will void the warranty of your HTC One permanently, so think about this task twice, if you can’t afford this lose, stay away for unlocking.
The T-Mobile Galaxy S4 is now receiving an update through OTA (over the air) and Samsung KIES, this is first official update that comes with firmware version M919UVUAMDL, it’s a minor update and 168 MB in size that brought “improvement to the visual voicemail app” and “ISIS app improvements. The ISIS (mobile wallet) was pulled out but now T-Mobile is bringing it back to make payment easy.
The popular ParanoidAndroid ROM has been landed to Oppo Find 5, the ParanoidAndroid is known for hybrid mode, you can experience everything at once, tablet UI and phone UI, however I should be honest, it’s not a tablet mode but look and feel of interface is similar to tablet. There are a lot of customization options to customize the interface of your Find 5 depending on your personal choice as you can scale your apps and widgets, even you are independent of system DPI.
Recently Paranoid brought Halo, if you’re unfamiliar with Halo, it’s a way to enjoy multi-window on Find 5, it’s quite simple to use, you can allow apps to get a notification, care about your tasks, the interface is stunning that seems similar to Facebook Home. So it’s worthy to try the ParanoidAndroid ROM over your Oppo Find 5 to improve the usability of phone, thanks to recognized XDA developer aaronpoweruser.
It’s very important to note that you may find something missing or bugs, however the developer is working to iron out them.