Samsung Galaxy Phone

Are the Android powered cell phones made by Samsung. Their prices start at as low as 140 dollars and go upto 900 dollars for the super phones. They all have amazing build quality and are designed to yield optimal performance. Find out latest reviews, specifications and news at this galaxy phone website.

Why Samsung Galaxy attracts more accessory marketers

If there were one area that some people may envy Apple users, it would be in the region of 3rd party accessories. The overwhelming deluge of cases, battery cases, home entertainment equipment, headphones and other items is one of many reasons why people choose to roll with iOS. Seriously, the 3rd party options are mind boggling!

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AOSP ROM for T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3

Developer behind gummy ROM has released AOSP firmware for the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3. It is made for speed, stability and to stay as closely in line with AOSP as possible while still supporting a large amount of devices and giving you all of the features you love. It isn’t slowed down by features you’ll never use nor is it so slim as to be just another AOSP build.

AOSP ROM for T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3

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Stock Pre Rooted Deodexed Firmware for Galaxy Mega 6.3

Pre rooted firmwares based on stock are often loved by people as you do not have follow endless steps just to get your phone rooted. We now have stock based, deodexed and pre rooted ROMs for the Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 GT-i9200 and GT-i9205.

Stock Pre Rooted Deodexed Firmware for Galaxy Mega 6.3

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Galaxy Mega 6.3 i9200

The Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 runs Android 4.3 and has a great price. It comes with 8 megapixel camera and extras like TV Remote. Phone screen may be too large for some, and its screen resolution is too low for a phone this big.

Galaxy Mega 6.3 i9200

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Samsung Galaxy Camera Stock Rooted Deodexed ROM

Here is a stock, rooted and deodexed ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Camera. The ROM is based on original factory firmware and thus no applications have been added or removed. So, do not be surprised to see all the bloatware that came with the original stock ROM.

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Download Stock Samsung Galaxy Camera Firmware

If you have flashed a custom firmware on your Samsung Galaxy Camera, you might need to flash the official stock firmware on to it if you want to avail the warranty or if you are planning to sell it. By flashing the stock ROM, any sort of modification can be removed, including CWM (clockwork mod), and root. All the files stored in your Camera will also be removed.

Download Stock Samsung Galaxy Camera Firmware

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How to Revert to Android 4.2.2 on Samsung Galaxy S4

So, you just updated your Samsung Galaxy S4 to Android 4.3, but now want to revert back to Android 4.2.2 for some reason. If you have ever flashed a custom ROM, official warranty bit becomes 1 which tell the service center officials that the phone was modded / modified. Also, even if you restore to official ROM, you will get an error saying your device has been modified. Here are the steps on reverting your Galaxy S4 i9500 to Android 4.2.2.

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Download Android 4.3 CM10.2 for Galaxy S4

We all know that it is going to take a white for Samsung to churn out the official Android 4.3 ROM. However, thanks to XDA, you can enjoy Android 4.3 on your Galaxy S4 right now. And since it is based on CM10.2 build, it looks very nexus like.

Download Android 4.3 CM10.2 for Galaxy S4

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Note 3 ROM ported to Galaxy S4

Recently, Samsung released Galaxy Note 3 and folks at XDA have already started porting the Note 3 ROM to the Galaxy S4. Many say that the UI on the Note 3 looks very nice, so the developer ported all the cosmetic features to the Galaxy S4. The ROM is also pre rooted, deodexed and bloatware free. It also has Note 3’s Snote and Sketechbook installed.

Note 3 ROM ported to Galaxy S4

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Why Microsoft Needs To Get Focus on Windows Phone?

I know there have been many posts on the Internet about countering the hate toward WP, saying that those that are complaining are just complaining for the sake of doing so. I’m not going to name names, but I think they’re wrong. I think this is a critical point for Microsoft, and we need to keep the pressure on them to get better. Hence the criticism.

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Now, I could understand wanting to counter the hate if all of us were simply throwing stones at MS just for the sake of doing so. But we’re not. We’re putting down constructive criticism toward the platform. We’re telling Microsoft specifically what’s wrong, and what they need to do to fix it. Compare and contrast to Android / iOS fanboys, who hate on platforms just because it’s cool, and provide approximately zero advice or constructive criticism toward the platform.

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