Posts Tagged ‘Gingerbread’
Download this CRT screen-off for your DROIDX or 2 running the leaked Gingerbread – goo.gl
The updated keyboard in Gingerbread is bigger and easier to use.
GBA Emulator – Full speed (Random lag spikes tho) SNES Emulator – Full speed GBC Emulator – Full speed obviously Link to the ROM I used (Download the latest. I used cm_blade_full-6.zip since it was the latest when I filmed this video) mirror.teamdouche.net More about ZTE Blade rooting, modding and such android.modaco.com
**PLEAE DO A NANDROID BACKUP IN RECOVERY BEFORE CLEARING ALL DATA** You will need the app called ( ROM Manager) once you have that, enter it and tap on flash clockwormod recovery. CyanogenMod Link: www.cyanogenmod.com Google Apps Link: wiki.cyanogenmod.com Then go into recovery and clear all data and cache. After that click install zip from sd/card and install the cm7 update.
This is a How-To showing the steps for updating the Samsung Galaxy Ace to Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread. Samsung Kies Download- goo.gl Be sure to like, comment and subscribe for more on tech
Video Rating: 4 / 5
HOW TO by Eddie11 from E11World.com TITANIUM BACKUP = Backed up ALL user apps, then All system data THESE STEPS ARE IN THIS VIDEO (9:05 – 11:25) Reboot into xRecovery and make a back-up of your current ROM. (You’ll need a working xRecovery or else it will say Device/SD Card busy). Wipe the following in xRecovery: Factory Reset (Full wipe) Wipe Cache Partition Wipe Dalvik Cache (may need to wipe battery stats) Go to install Custom Zip and choose Wolf_GB_2.3_TW_V4.zip Now Take out the battery Plug in the cable (without battery) Go to FlashTool and flash/use Wolf’s ONLY Kernel FTF After you select the kernel baseband, hit Flash, Hold the Back button and insert the battery, Turn on the device (you’ll see the FlashTool start to work, let go of the back button) THE 4.0.4 s/c update Reboot again into recovery and install the v4.0.4 zip (stock or custom) page=935 has the change log and download links to both I also installed the xloud&bravia_4.0.4s.zip (by chuchito1987 at page=932) And Battery circle mod WB_2.3_v3.6_GreyCircle.zip Arabic text support works when you install the font&language addon from the extra downloads page Original thread on XDA forum.xda-developers.com Xperia X10: Flashing Wolf’s Tweaked v2.3 Gingerbread Firmware www.youtube.com Official 2.3.3 for X10 – New Apps and Effect www.youtube.com
This is a brief tutorial on how to UNROOT a rooted phone from Froyo EC05 to install to Gingerbread E122 these are the files you need: ReRFS Format Stock ROM EC05 v1.01 epic4g.stock.recovery.ec05.zip Download the files shown above from this link: forum.xda-developers.com once downloaded install from computer to your phone via usb cable, then power down phone, enter clockwork, and scroll down to …..install from zip file…..then scroll to choose zip file from SD card, scroll to your files from there, once you have installed the file reboot from clockwork
Video Rating: 5 / 5
Here you see a wonderful theme which is called Android 2.3 Gingerbread. This is what one of our developers over at the Jailbreak Community had been making for us to give us a piece of some Gingerbread that some Android users have been rocken out with in the past couple of months. I tried out this theme for the past couple of hours and I have to say that this theme is well put together and that the owner really put some serious details into this theme to make it look and feel like Gingerbread. it is almost identical accept the battery icon goes up, not sideways, but with a little tweaking and hacking you would have a nice looking Gingerbread interface on your iPhone to enjoy. The things you may see in the photo’s are not all from the theme, but its some tweaks and hacks that I decided to put on the theme to give it a little touch of Android. I like to call it some spice into its flame. Requirements:iPhone,jailbroken,winterboard I hope you all enjoy the video. www.techpocket4phones.net twitter.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5
This video shows how to install Wolf’s custom firmware built around the recently released official Gingerbread v2.3 update using xRecovery. Wolf has tweaked the firmware and added additional features such as the Mobile BRAVIA Engine from the Xperia arc, SD Card tweaks, etc. ALL features and hardware functionality WORK. This works on ANY rooted X10 (i or a) and the video shows all the steps from flashing a clean v2.1 to rooting to installing xRecovery and installing the custom ROM. If you ALREADY have xRecovery working, you do NOT need to flash down to v2.1. Just boot into xRecovery and install the custom ZIP. You can also root the stock (official) v2.3.3 by following the instructions in this thread: forum.xda-developers.com ALWAYS backup all your data, SMS, etc. before modifying your phone. Backup & Restore from v2.1 works on v2.3: www.mediafire.com Original thread: forum.xda-developers.com If anything goes wrong, use PC Companion, Update Service, or the FlashTool to flash the phone back to stock and start over. The instructions are similar to this XDA thread: forum.xda-developers.com As always, _both_ PC Companion and Update Service MUST be installed. PC Companion: www.sonyericsson.com Update Service: www.sonyericsson.com Various Android applications, Sony Ericsson software (mirror), and other useful programs: www.mediafire.com APN Settings (3G/3.5G/H Internet) for Rogers, AT&T: pastebin.com Benchmarks comparing the stock v2.3.3 and Wolf’s tweak ROM: www.youtube.com …