All-in-One Xperia S Experience for the Xperia X10 Mini
If you own a Sony Xperia device, there’s a good chance you can run the software from many other Xperia devices. In fact, we’ve written about it a number of times. There is now a way for Xperia X10 owners to run pretty much the entire interface from the Sony Xperia S.
Released by XDA Senior Member Emperor.dk, the package includes a number of elements to help your X10 feel like a Xperia S. To use, simply download the zip and flash it in a custom recovery. If you want to uninstall, you’ll have to restore a Nandroid backup—which means you should probably make a Nandroid backup.
To make the experience more complete, Emperor.dk has also included links to other applications to supplement what comes in the mod. These include the Xperia S launcher, the Xperia S lock screen, and the Xperia S CM7 theme for theme chooser. Additionally, there are links to the Xperia S fonts, more apps, and Timescape. If you enjoy the Xperia S look and feel but don’t (or can’t) dish out the money for an upgrade, then this is a perfect way to get the experience without buying the phone.
To learn more, check out the original thread.
Want something on the XDA Portal? Send us a tip!
Two big industry names have announced their newest flagship phones within the past few days. Both have also promised great performance for a cheap price, and now that we know the specifications and details about both the Moto X Style and the OnePlus 2, we can begin planning our next purchase and debating which one is better. So, judging from everything we know, which phone is more impressive?
Close to the heart of XDA is the Xposed Framework by Rovo89. Most of us will have used it but you may feel that the module repository is missing something. We have the solution with several guides aimed at getting you started to build your own modules, something that may be daunting but can open an entire new field of development with a little time and effort. Where better to start than at the beginning? Rovo89 has created a straight forward tutorial for getting started with development for Xposed....
We recently did an in-depth review of the Asus Zenfone 2 but one of the things people may not be aware of is that ASUS has actually created a line of accessories to compliment the ZenFone, or any other Android device. The Lolliflash is a Lollipop-shaped external flash and the ZenPower is a thin 10,000mAh external battery. In today's video, Jordan shows off the Lolliflash and the ZenPower Accessories. Additionally, ASUS and XDA have teamed up to give away 5...