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Play God With Your Samsung Galaxy S Using Nitrality
Having the ability to control your phone in many ways is fun and helpful at times. Changing things and adding that little extra ‘flourish’ makes your phone, yours. But sometimes not everything you need is integrated into one app, and most of the time, apps don’t ‘talk to each other’, which can cause issues sometimes.
Thankfully, XDA member nitr8 has come to your rescue. He’s released an app which allows you to do a bunch of things with your Galaxy S, including changing your display resolution, modifying animation and transition speeds and installing/uninstalling any Samsung or system apps you see fit.
Originally posted by nitr8
[APP] nitrality – Full-featured tool to control your SGS.
Change Display Resolution
Change Popup Animation Speed
Change Transition Animation Speed
Enable / Disable Fancy Input Animations
Enable / Disable Media Scanner
Clean Media Thumbnails
Install ALL apps in a Custom made ZIP File
Install a Theme from a Custom ZIP File
Backup / Restore Insane Zeam config (If on insanity rom)
Backup / Restore efs Folder
Change CSC Code
Easy Access to Secret Codes
Install / Uninstall Various Samsung / System apps
It also includes a flash light, just hit the nitrality logo.
Thanks to nitr8, there is now no limit to what we could do with our Galaxy S devices without needing to switch between apps. If you’d like to download this app for yourself and support its developer, head on over to the original thread!
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