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The Galaxy S won’t get Samsung attention as Samsung said good bye to smartphone after a Gingerbread update but it’s still a powerful devices and Android development community is paying the attention to phone, CyanogenMod team has officially released the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean based CyanogenMod 10.1 nightles for the Galaxy S I9000.
CyanogenMod 10.1 has numerous customizable features to customize the interface, the nightly build makes new builds automatically to add new improvements while Android 4.2 comes with many new useful features such as gesture-based keyboard, panorama photography mode in camera app, improved Google now app and more. Keep in mind that nightly build may brings bugs.
A few months ago Samsung said good bye to original Samsung Galaxy S after the release of a Gingerbread update but the Android development community is still paying attention to this awesome smartphone, a recognized XDA developer pawitp has released JellyBean 4.2 ROM that is based on Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean.
Android 4.2 comes with impressive features such as the gesture-based keyboard, Photo Sphere mode for panorama photography, Daydreams screensaver mode, lockscreen widgets, improved Google Now app and more. It’s AOSP ROM, so it will give a fully stock Android experience.
This JellyBean 4.2 ROM is still under development, so you may face some bugs but everything seems working fine, so you may give it a try to taste the Android 4.2 Jelly Beans.
Samsung Galaxy S seems a Android device that can’t be forgotten by Android community, the Galaxy S still getting attention from Android development community and here at Android Egis, we’re with another update for the smartphone, a new custom ROM named “BAKED galaxysmtd blackbean” for the Galaxy S has been released that is based on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, it’s stock Jelly Bean based ROM but also has a lot of customizable features.
The ROM includes the Rom Control option and AOKP Toggles, the developer also added some CyanogenMod features such as power widgets, lockscreen shortcuts, lockscreen weather, lockscreen calendar, DSP manager and more. The developer made a new customized MMS app, system apps and Google Apps, and it still being updated to add some more features.
It’s important to note that it’s AOSP ROM, which means, might be some Samsung firmware features are missing such as 3G video calling and FM radio, you’ll need to use third party apps to get them working.
The Samsung Galaxy S is still getting Android 4.1 Jelly Bean builds, recently an unofficial AOKP build released for the Galaxy S that based on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean that is packed with number of new customizable features and brings a faster performance on your device.
However the ROM is still in development stages, so you can expect some bugs, some things are not working fine yet, but if you really want to taste new AOKP based Jelly Bean, read on how AOKP can be flashed on your Galaxy S.
The Samsung Galaxy S is still a powerful device that is able to run the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, you can’t forget the Galaxy S yet. RemICS-JB is a new custom ROM for the Galaxy S that is based on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. The ROM features Devil kernel, build.prop tweaks and custom Apex Launcher. It also includes Me App, CWM Script, OI Filemanager and init.d tweaks. The ROM also features Galaxy S3-like user interface and Galaxy S3’s sounds & wallpaper. As most you know well that Jelly Bean ROMs are still in development, so bugs can be expected.
Not a while ago the CyanogenMod team said that they’ll release CyanogenMod 10 (CM10) soon in near future and CM team is true on their words, the CyanogenMod 10 is now available for the original Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 that based latest Google’s mobile operating system version, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean but unofficially.
It’s fully functional and stable build of CyanogenMod, thanks to senior XDA developer member DerTeufel1980. Mostly things are working fine but honestly the ROM is still in development, you might face bugs but users reported that it’s very functional and you just can’t mount SD card to your PC. Read on how to install unofficial CyanogenMod 10 Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on your Samsung Galaxy S.
Samsung Galaxy S is one of most popular Android device but it just received the Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread update and Samsung has announced that it won’t receive the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update but it’s only possible to run the Ice Cream Sandwich but also the latest version Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Thanks to XDA developer mkalter, the Jelly Bean ROM is available for the Galaxy S. The ROM is in development stage yet but many features are working fine such as Touchscreen, GPU, Softkeys/Hardkeys, Butter, ADB, USB, Internal/External SD, Camera and more, however it has many bugs too and the developer will surely iron out the bugs, the ROM isn’t ready for daily use.
But if you really want to taste the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, here’s guide to install but first keep in mind that the ROM is just for Samsung Galaxy S model number GT-I9000, so please don’t try it on any other model, it may damage the device. You can check the device detail from Setting>About Phone.
Samsung will not release the Ice Cream Sandwich for the original Samsung Galaxy S but since Android is a open source operating system, Galaxy S users can easily taste everything with custom ROM and here’s another great custom ROM named Tirami Slim for the Samsung Galaxy S. The ROM is based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, in fact the ROM is ported from Slime ICS AOSP based ROM.
The ROM is power by AROMA Installer that lets you to customize the installation of custom ROMs on the Android devices, it will improve the touch controls, it features beautiful interface, in a nutshell this custom ROM will give you a great Ice Cream Sandwich experience, thanks to XDA developer member DjSound.
The ROM comes with number of new features like it has improved Launcher of Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Task manger as option in the AROMA Installer, HTC Keyboard, Sony Walkman Player, new boot animations, inverted talk, improved APEX launcher, Titanium Backup app that will allow you to backup the device data and much more. It’s the final version of ROM, it’s really stable for daily use and fast.
A few days ago, the folks over XDA ported the TouchWiz launcher of the Samsung Galaxy S3 to the Samsung Galaxy S, and now the launcher is also available for original Samsung Galaxy S, thanks to XDA developer member “froilson”, it’s great to use the latest Samsung smartphone’s touchwiz launcher on Galaxy S.
The launcher works on just custom Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs, so don’t try it on Gingerbread. See below guide to install Samsung Galaxy S3’s TouchWiz launcher on Samsung Galaxy S, but once again first make sure that your Galaxy S is running Ice Cream Sandwich ROM.
Samsung has released another value pack “XWJW5” for Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 that gives a smooth experience on your Galaxy S. The XWJW5 is based on Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread, not Ice Cream Sandwich but it comes with many changes. The firmware is currently available for a few regions of the world, and there’s no news about its world wide release, but you can follow below guide to install it manually on your Galaxy S.
Before you start first keep in mind that device battery should be charged. Disable all system tools such as Samsung KIES, antivirus, firewall program, please make a backup of your device data such as SMS, internet setting, contacts music files etc because the below procedure may wipe data, you can sync your contacts with Gmail account and for messages use SMS apps, lastly use file expert app to backup apps, and turn the USB Debugging on, to do so just tap Menu> Settings> Application> Development.
Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 won’t get official Ice Cream Sandwich update but hardworking developers over XDA are with you to get rid of this problem. A new custom ROM rEmIxRoM for your Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000, the ROM is based on latest Ice Cream Sandwich CyanogeMod 9 nightly build and it also includes TouchWiz, thanks.
Recently Samsung announced the Galaxy S3, the samrtphone has great specs and features, it has almost everything that you expected from Samsung, it can be best smartphone of 2012. The Samsung Galaxy S3 comes with Super AMOLED display and 1280×720 resolution, it features an eye-catching theme that increase the beauty of the device.
A brand new Galaxy S3 themed ROM has released for Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 “SGS3”, the ROM based on Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich XXLPH build of Galaxy S2. ICSGS3 ROM has awesome features of Galaxy S3, it has Galaxy S3 themed apps such as Messaging, Agenda, Calendar, Contacts, Gallery, Email, Google Talk, and more, you can also download Galaxy S3 wallpapers for your Galaxy S from here.