Noonski · Mar 18, 2010 at 03:02 pm

Samsung Omnia II Forum Developments

It looks like just yesterday that XDA-developers opened the gates for a few other devices  than HTC only, but it has been over a month now that the Samsung Omnia II users got their own space here at XDA-developers.

In the Omnia ROM development forum you can find ROM’s by ninja4hire, Kebero, huzheyi & radioman96p71.

And even more action is going on at the Omnia II themes and apps forum, with a handy Auto-Rotate Configuration app made by junalmeida or a cool Samsung Today Theme by omarjunior.

So in making up the balance it can be said, there certainly is enough life and development going on in the Omnia II forums. Join us and let us know what you think!

Continue on to the Samsung Omnia II Forums.


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