This tutorial will show you how to install Android 4.0 ICS on your Sony Xperia Arc/ Arc S (official firmware).
Sony has announced a while ago that they will provide the Android 4.0 ICS firmware update for their Xperia Arc S, Neo V and Xperia Ray in the middle of Appril. As this date has come, it looks like Sony has kept its word.
You will learn here how to install Motorola MOTOBLUR custom launcher on any Android 4.0 ICS device.
One of the greatest advantages that the Android OS offers is the possibility to install a custom launcher which will totally change the default look of your operating system. Therefore, many developers have designed such of applications but not all of them are really good. Some of them work perfect but they are not providing such a great look while others have a beautiful design but a bad way of working.
Google applications like Launcher, Calendar and Messaging have not been so great in the past. For example, if you were to be using a similar 3rd party app for Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread on your Galaxy S2, you would have been happier than taking advantage of the standard above mentioned applications from Google. However, things have changed and Android 4.0 ICS brings some really nice and useful versions of the a/m apps.
This tutorial will teach you how to install (flash) Android 4.0 ICS on Sony Xperia Play.
Sony Xperia Play is an Android smartphone with a powerful hardware configuration and completely equipped with all that is needed in order to enjoy a good online and social experience. Also, it can be considered a hybrid device which combines all the features that are currently offered by the top smartphones with a portable gaming console.
We have recently showed you [link] how to install/flash Android 4.0 XXLPQ official release for Samsung Galaxy S2 and now, in the following tutorial, we will help you root your XXLPQ Galaxy S2 and also teach you how to install Clockworkmod Recovery, all in one go. Note that the official version of Android 4.0 has only been released in Poland, Hungary, Sweden in Europe and South Korea in Asia Pacific, and if you leave in one of these regions, go ahead and install Ice Cream Sandwich via Kies. If not, you can still get it today, via Odin, by following the above mentioned step by step tutorial on onebitzero.com… Continue to How To Root Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100 With Android ICS 4.0 XXLPQ Official Release
Samsung has finally released the European Official release of Android ICS 4.0 XXLPQ for Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100 yesterday, for now only in Poland, Hungary, Sweden in Europe and South Korea in Asia Pacific. The update, aka XXLPQ, has been awaited for a long time, and even if some carriers had already rolled out the official versions of ICS for Galaxy S2, many users were still using Gingerbread. So, if you are from the above mentioned countries, go ahead and have a taste of Ice Cream Sandwich via Kies. In the following step by step tutorial we will present to you the right… Continue to How to Install/Update Android ICS 4.0 XXLPQ Official Release On Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100
Update: Samsung has released the official version of Android ICS 4.0 for Galaxy S2, go to How to Install/Update Android ICS 4.0 XXLPQ Official Release On Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100 for more info.
Samsung is still delaying the Global Official release of Android ICS 4.0.3 for Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100 and everybody is waiting anxiously. The update is almost here and while some carriers have already rolled out the update, many users are still on Gingerbread, even though their handsets are among the most powerful devices on the market. It might be a while before we get the official release, so… Continue to How to Install Android ICS 4.0.3 XXLPJ On Samsung Galaxy S2 I9100
I cannot say that I am a huge fan of the Android platform. But I cannot say that I love iOS either. Bothe of these mobile operating systems have their advantages. iOS is very stable and efficient. IT doesn’t happen to crash and it runs very smoothly. That’s because all the applications are checked by Apple and wvery tweak has to be approved by the Cupertino based company. Of course, we are not talking here about devices with jailbreak, though.
The tablet of the South Korean company will have a 7 inch screen and the latest version of the Android operating system. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 will be presented earlier next month and will probably position itself as one of the strongest competitors of the iPad, the market leader.