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In the the 4.2 update to Jelly Bean, Google brought a very useful feature to stock Android that has been available in several custom ROMs for quite a while now: quick settings controls in the notification shade. You can access 16 different settings including WiFi, Bluetooth, Sound, Vibrate, Auto-Brightness, Auto Rotation, Screen Stay On, Sound Effect, Haptic Feedback, Dial Tone, Screen Timeout, Ringtone, Volume, Ring Mode, and Brightness Level. Many of these are toggles, while others bring up the control interface for that feature. For toggles, you also get an indication on whether the feature is currently enabled or disabled.
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The tutorial is not too difficult if you’re accustomed to this kind of thing, but if you’re a bit of a noobie, make sure you read every detail to prevent any mishaps. Before you get started, you’ll need to run the edition of fastboot specific to your computer’s OS. If you’ve done this before, you’ll be more than aware on how to install the fastboot driver. You will also need the cable that came with your Nexus 4, and the ability to enter commands into your Terminal / Command Line.
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XDA member MiHailPro has compiled a novel GUI for PC users, allowing you to flash ROMs and partitions, add / remove system apps, edit system files, backup and restore, and more. First and foremost, if you’ve got HTC Sync, it will not work, and your PC will need to be running Windows XP or above in order for UniFlash to work its magic. You will need .NET Framework 4 installed, and of course, an Android device with USB debugging enabled.
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The instructions and steps that are contained below are intended for use with the Nexus 7 only and even then should only be followed through at your own discretion. The ROM itself is classed by the developers as experimental, which means that there may be certain parts and features that are broken and don’t work as exercised.
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Each Galaxy Tab – the 8.9 and the original 10.1 – has received two Jelly Bean ROMs: one based on AOSP, and the other being CyanogenMod 10. The former is pure Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the way Google released it while the latter is the same Android 4.1 Jelly Bean but with some modifications on top that enhance Jelly Bean’s own feature set. Every ROM has a slightly different list of features that are working (and non-working). On the Galaxy Tab 8.9, the AOSP ROM is more stable whereas CyanogenMod 10 is more stable on the Galaxy Tab 10.1. Keep in mind that these ROMs haven’t received a good amount of development time, so they are nowhere near up to the mark of what the final official Jelly Bean will be like for the tablets (whenever Samsung decides to push the update, that is).
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Flashing ClockworkMod 6 is a one tap job, provided you have unlocked bootloader and gained root access, already have ClockworkMod Recovery 5 flashed and ROM Manager installed on your Galaxy Nexus. All you need to do after meeting these prerequisites is launch ROM Manager and select the appropriate option from its main menu. That is all it takes.
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Developed by m.sabra (the guy behind Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S one-click root toolkits) over on XDA-Developers, the Nexus 7 One Click Root Tool wraps up Parts 2 and 3 of our previously published root guide in an automated script. The required SuperSU and ClockworkMod Recovery files are included in the .zip file.
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The mod pack includes a great deal of Galaxy S III loveliness, including the Galaxy S III launcher as well as themed UI elements. The bundle, which also includes S Voice, is thought to be only compatible with CyanogenMod 9 Nightlies but apparently, it’s working on most of the recent nightlies, so which ever day / version you’re on shouldn’t make much difference.
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One XDA user managed to extract Flipboard from Samsung Galaxy S III and made it available to everyone right now. To get it, just head over download link below (download the apk). Once you do, transfer it to your Android device and install it (make sure you’ve enabled Untrusted sources from the Settings).
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CyanogenMod 9 takes a while to connect to 3G, it also doesn’t support camera or Wi-Fi hotspots. It’s not all doom and gloom, however, and the developers have re-calibrated the buttons on the HTC One X enabling multitasking button to play the part of the menu button. Download CyanogenMod 9for HTC One X after break.
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proxuser, a frequently-mentioned member of XDA-Developers, has ported the One V’s ROM over to the HTC Desire S / HD. As is commonly the case at this early stage, the ROM is quite rough around the edges, although with such a rich community, input and feedback from users and fellow developers will surely see the bugs ironed out quickly.At present, the camera, Wi-Fi Hotspot and USB Tethering are not functioning, and if you feel you can cope without those features (we highly recommend using a spare device).
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Instagram for Android now available to download on Google Play store, the most popular photography applications allows users to capture photos and edit them using a number of filters that give images a unique retro look. Pictures can then be shared with other Instagram users, and also shared on Twitter, Facebook or via email. Filters can be applied to images imported from a handset’s camera roll as well, and the app supports devices running Android 2.2 or later. Instagram announced during the annual South by Southwest conference that its Android app would be better than Instagram for the iPhone in a number of ways, and now Android users can find out exactly how the new build stacks up. Instagram is available immediately for free in the Google Play store.