Rabu, 12 Oktober 2011

How to Update Google Samsung Nexus S with Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread

Nothing is perfect in this world, After reported that the Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread update for Google Samsung Nexus S was reportedly starting to update some of this device. But, this version is unfortunately not only offering something better, it also reportedly has a major flaw. The Wi-Fi Tethering on Samsung Nexus S updated with Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread version was broken. For the Samsung Nexus S owners who have updated the device with Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread and find that the Wi-Fi Tethering is broken, just don’t worry as the new Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread update for the Google Nexus S is now available with bringing the solution. This time the update brings the Nexus S users fixed wireless tethering and comes with a different build code. Previously the update was released with code GRK39C and now is coded GRK39F. Read on this article to learn how to get the fixed Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread update on Google Nexus S.

There are some reports from the early Nexus S users who have updated their device with the new version of Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread update. They claimed that this one fixes the broken Wi-Fi Tethering. This update requires you to be on GRJ22 build.

There should be a notification comes to your device when the update is available for your device. You can check for its availability by accessing settings > About Phone and tap on Software Update. If there was a notification involving the update for your device, simply read and follow the onscreen instructions to get the new version of Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread update on your Nexus S.

If there was no update available for your device, but you want to get the new version of Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread run on your Nexus S, lucky for you guys since the manual method to update your phone has been spotted. This ROM is not intended for the rooted device. It is better for the rooted Nexus S to wait for the custom ROM to be released.

Before starting with the method, we need to remind you that we are not responsible if your device gets bricked during the process.

Instructions to manually install Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread update with fixed Wi-Fi and Tethering on Nexus S:

1. First of all, you have to download the update from here, rename the downloaded file to update.zip and save it on your desktop.
2. Once the file has been completely saved on PC, the next step is connecting your phone to the computer via USB cable that came with the phone.
3. Now mount your phone as SD Card and copy the Update.zip file present on your desktop to SD Card extension root.
4. Once you have the file placed on your phone’s internal SD Card partition, power-off your phone.
5. After you have powered off your device, reboot your phone while holding Volume up key along with power button.
6. Then select Recovery using volume button.
7. Now you will see Android logo with exclamation mark on the screen. Keep pressing Power and Volume Up buttons together until you see recovery mode.
8. When you have arrived on recovery mode, Select Apply sdcard Update.zip option and wait for the process to complete installation.

Once you have finished with instructions above, your Google Nexus S should have run on the new version of Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread. Thanks to Artem at Android Police who have shared this manual guide. Have a nice try guys.

How to capture great moment using Camera Phone

How to capture great moment using Camera Phone. Sometime it's just happen and we didn't prepare anything to record the special moment, but i suggest we never leave the phone behind so we can always used this camera phone to capture any special moment without having to worry about the quality, you can follow this simple step to make it sure

Photographing long distance using a camera phone is quite difficult, it is because the diaphragm is limited cell phone camera and wide angle of view can not. So we must be very clever to find a gap with the best example even closer to the object image. Here are some tips and tricks for your mobile phone over the picture perfect:

1. Overseeing rocking Cameras

Often we shook hands when taking a picture, so it must be conditioned for the hands to remain calm, sturdy considering we did not use a tripod. Or it could be done also by using both hands when taking a picture / photograph.

2. Background Note Front and Rear Photos

When taking a picture / photograph, the placement of objects photos should pay attention to the foreground and background, what color and silhouette. If you want to focus on humans or the facial object then press the capture key half, pull the camera back a bit and press the capture button fully.

3. Avoid Photographing the Sun Direction

Taking pictures outdoors in daylight quite difficult for us because of the strong sunlight. Therefore position the object in the direction of arrival of the sun, because if the contrary result image will be dark, while the camera position precisely in the opposite direction of the sunlight back, so the image will appear brighter.

4. Autofocus and Night-Mode in the Night

For taking pictures / photographing at night to use Autofocus and Night-Mode for shooting more satisfactory results. We anticipate that the results should be clever not to a dark photo. Actually there is a corner or specific areas that can provide color and other compositions on the results of a photo. The object is not necessarily in the middle, but there are other areas that cross or a particular point depends on making an object that can give artistic expression in a photograph.

How to Unbrick Samsung Galaxy S 4G - An easy guide

How to Unbrick Samsung Galaxy S 4G - An easy guide. A method to unbrick your phone has been discovered by Rootz Wiki Forums member, 1madfitter. This guide is based on true story, so keep reading.

1madfitter’s which is one of the owner Samsung Galaxy S 4G gets bricked permanently, the situations where the device faces a total blackout of screen and did not show any signs of “life”. Read on this article as well as read and follow the instructions thoroughly if you wanted to get your phone back to normal condition.

Before starting to practice the method on your bricked Galaxy S 4G, we need to remind you that the result may differ from device to device. Apart from that, we are not responsible if the method was not working on your phone or even worse than that. So, please practice this method at your own risk.

Here is the list of instructions to unbrick Samsung Galaxy S 4G:

1. For the first step, you need to download ODIN from here, unzip the archive and save the files on your desktop.
2. After this, you have to download original rooted KD1 modem for Samsung Galaxy S 4G and save it on your desktop for ease of access.
3. For the third step, you need to pull the device’s battery out, so remove the back cover of your phone followed by pulling the battery out.
4. Once the battery has been pulled out, take out the Sim Card as well as SD Card.
5. When you have done with removing battery, SIM card and SD card, hold the Volume Up key on your phone and while you holding it, re-insert your phone’s battery.
6. Once you have inserted the battery back, keep holding the volume up key and connect your phone to the computer via USB cable that came with the phone.
7. At this point, your phone should go into Download Mode. If this isn’t the case, repeat the above steps until you manage to get your device in Download Mode.
8. For the next step, launch ODIN on your PC once your phone is in Download Mode. ODIN will indicate a yellow com port confirming the presence of your phone.
9. Please uncheck all other options other than Auto Reboot.
10. After this, click on PDA tab and select KD1 Modem available on your desktop.
11. Once done, press on start and sit back while ODIN flashes the KD1 stock rooted radio on your phone.
12. The device is going to auto-reboot when the flashing or installation of KD1 on your Samsung Galaxy S 4G is complete.

Once you have done with the instructions above and everything goes as planned, now you have a completely ubricked Samsung Galaxy S 4G complete with root and a stock modem. Simply visit the official Rootz Wiki Forums thread for further information involving the bricked Samsung Galaxy S 4G or in case this method is not working well on your phone. Have a nice try.

How to Install AEMod Custom ROM on Sprint’s Epic 4G Touch

How to Install AEMod Custom ROM on Sprint’s Epic 4G Touch. Second generation of the South Korean phone manufacturer’s Galaxy S is released for US customers under the name of Samsung Epic 4G Touch.

The device earned so many attentions from the developers right away on its first release day. They were eager to get hands on this device in order to find a method to gain root privilege of it and then they finally find the way how to gain the root privilege of Epic 4G Touch. After the rooting method had been found then the other tweaks are flowing out and one of them is a custom ROMs that is based on stock firmware, it is called with AEMod. There are some stuffs that offered by this custom ROM such as removed bloatware, latest SuperUser app, hacker’s keyboard and CRT OFF animation. It comes with added BusyBox and is custom-ROM-AEMODfully deodexed for optimum user experience. Read on this article to learn how to install AEMod custom ROM on Epic 4G Touch.

Before starting the installation process, we need to remind you that we are not responsible if your device gets bricked or damaged due to the installation process. So, please read and follow the installation’s procedure thoroughly then install it at your own risk.

Once you have made up your mind to install this custom ROM on your device, read and follow the instructions below thoroughly in order to install the AEMod on your lovely device successfully. Here are the instructions:

1. First of all, you need to make sure that you have root on your phone with ClockworkMod Recovery installed.
2. After that, you have to download AEMod Custom ROM for Epic 4G Touch on your computer.
3. When the required file has been successfully downloaded, please connect your phone to the computer, mount SD Card and copy the download ZIP file to SD Card root.
4. Once the download ZIP file has been copied, then power off your device and reboot into ClockworkMod Recovery. You can reboot into recovery by holding volume up button along with power button.
5. When you were in the recovery made, use onscreen options to make a complete Nandroid backup.
6. When the backup has been made, go back to recovery main menu and wipe cache and dalvik cache.
7. Once cache and dalvik cache have been wiped off, use Install Zip from SD Card option to flash / install AEMod ROM.
8. Simply reboot your phone once done.

Once you have finished with the instructions above and everything goes as planned, your Epic 4G Touch now has new custom ROM running on it. The ROM is developed by RoadRagen. If you had some issues involving this method, simply visit the official XDA ROM thread. Have a nice try folks.

Minggu, 09 Oktober 2011

How to Gain Root Privilege of AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II via Odin

How to Gain Root Privilege of AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II via Odin. Sometime we have some limitation in our life, this is happen too for Samsung Galaxy S II especially for the AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S II users who have waited a method to gain the root privileges of their device, here is the good news for you guys. As the device’s kernel source was made available, the developers started to try to find the method to enhance AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2. Their attempt finally results to their triumph for making the custom stock kernel with root available for AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2. Apart from that, there are also other popular ROM ports available for flashing on this device. There is a stock and pre-rooted kernel packaged in stock system image released by XDA Member and Android Developer, Entropy512. Just like the other method, a lot of advantages will be offered to the device users and this kernel offers not only root access of your phone, but also unbrick your device if you previously flashed a bad PIT file. Read on this article to learn how to root your AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II with this kernel.

There are three requirements that need to be fulfilled in order to root your Samsung Galaxy S II successfully. Here are the requirements:

Instructions to Root AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II trough ODIN:
1. First of all, you need to download KIES and install it on your computer. This will install the required Galaxy-s-II drivers on your PC for ODIN to work without issues.
2. When the KIES has been downloaded and installed on your PC, then you need to download ODIN from link provided in Requirements section.
3. After that, unzip ODIN zip folder, you are required to make a new folder named ODIN on your desktop and copy the extracted files to this folder.
4. For the next step, download the System Image zip file from here, extract PDA.tar and copy it to ODIN folder on your desktop.
5. Once done, please launch the application by tapping on Odin3 V1.85.
6. Power off your phone completely and reboot it whole holding volume down button simultaneously with home and power buttons.
7. When you are arrived in the download mode, connect your phone to the computer via USB cable that came with your phone.
8. Once you have connected the phone to the computer, you should now see COM 20 port highlighted with yellow in ODIN application windows. Only leave Auto Reboot checked and uncheck all other options.
9. The next step is clicking on PDA tab and selects the PDA.tar file you downloaded and copied to ODIN folder earlier.
10. Click on Start when you have selected the file.
11. Please wait patiently while ODIN flashes this kernel on your phone.
12. Your phone will reboot automatically once the procedure is complete.
13. Reboot your phone in 3e Recovery and do Wipe / Data factory reset if you are facing a bootloop after flashing the .tar file

Note: We do not responsible for any damages when you try this tricks, please read carefully before you do this on your gadgets.