Everything You Ever Needed To Know About The Samsung Galaxy 3
Surely, we have some lower end devices in our forum, but just because they lack the most recent or powerful hardware, it doesn’t mean that there isn’t any development on them. Take for instance the Samsung Galaxy 3. This device has been buried among other devices present in our site, yet we have people like XDA Recognized Developer dharamg3 who has decided to take a stance and help owners of said device. In this case, he has started compiling a resource guide of everything you need to know about the SG3, and quite possibly about Android in general. He goes through all the basics including what Android is, roms, rooting, kernels, tips and tricks, and everything you can possibly think of. The guide is far from being finished, but it will become a fantastic resource once it is completed.
If you have a Samsung Galaxy 3 and feel like giving the dev a helping hand, be sure to drop by the thread and leave your comments or input to finish up the guide.
- Android Basics
- Galaxy 3 Features
- ROM Basics
- Kernel Basics
- Complete List of ROMs,Kernels for G3
You can find more information in the guide thread.
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