POSTS TAGGED: LG Optimus 2X
Posted April 16, 2012 at 08:00 am by Former Writer
Occasionally, a stock application or two doesn’t quite live up to the expectations of its end users. Whether it be an email application that isn’t themed to the rest of the operating system, mismatched overscroll glow colors, or simply an application that isn’t performing performing as well as it could, there is always room for improvement. For those carrying the LG Optimus 2x, you now have the ability to make said improvement in at least one application.
XDA Senior Member |ErosizeD| presents BR CameraMOD, which takes the stock camera and camcorder experience and gives it a reavamp. To start, the camera is now capable of taking higher quality pictures, and the camcorder can churn out a h. . . READ ON »
Posted January 4, 2012 at 05:00 pm by Former Writer
It’s always good news when a device gets MIUI. Along with CyanogenMod, it’s among the most popular ROMs out there and a “must have” for pretty much any Android device.
The features are pretty standard for an MIUI ROM and include a couple others:
*All features of Official MIUI
*Wi-Fi Calling (Yes it works!)
*Zipalign and Permission scrips by Team Kang
*Trinity Kernel by morfic
There is also a 2nd build with a different kernel in case you’re more into overclocking your CPU than you are saving on batte. . . READ ON »
Posted January 4, 2012 at 11:00 am by Former Writer
It’s always a little exciting when a developer gets Linux working on a phone. It’s a development on Android phones that are a little underrated in terms of pure awesomeness.
USING THE FOLLOWING WILL VOID ANY WARRANTY YOU MIGHT HAVE LEFT AND MIGHT ALSO BRICK YOUR PHONE!
Seriously, don’t do this if you don’t wish to risk the data on your phone.
So, this is more for those thrill seekers who understand that they flash this at their own risk and no one is responsible for it but them. However, for those who are willing (read: daring. . . READ ON »
Posted December 26, 2011 at 08:48 am by liwen
The rollout will begin in the second quarter of 2012 with the LG Optimus LTE, Prada phone by LG 3.0, LG Optimus 2X, LG Optimus Sol, LG my Touch Q and LG Eclipse, followed in the third quarter by the LG Optimus 3D, LG Optimus Black, LG Optimus Big, LG Optimus Q2 and LG Optimus EX.
The exact dates, which may vary by country and carrier, will be announced separately, according to LG. However, since there’s no mention of the US-carrier branded versions, like the T-Mobile G2x, AT&T Thrill 4G and Nitro HD, their fate remains unclear.
Posted July 12, 2011 at 12:00 pm by mic_888
If you fancy a change from the stock notification icons on your LG Optimus 2x, take a look at the Noticon theme by XDA forum member zarras.
This is the first try by the XDA member to build something useful for the community of the O2x and most of the work is placed in icons along the notification bar, pull down menu and some screens such as the USB alert screen.
There are 5 different versions of Noticon with different notification bars and toggle buttons and the theme also includes the Battery Percentage Mod by XDA member Malicious Ken.
Note that this will work on stock and Modaco’s ROMs (Froyo 2.2) but not on CM ROMS (Gingerbread).
For more information including screenshots and to download the theme files, head o. . . READ ON »
Posted May 2, 2011 at 03:00 am by Ben Elliott
Due to it being T-Mobile’s latest flagship device, it comes as no surprise to learn that the powerful LG G2x and its world-travelling cousin, the Optimus 2x, have been given their first official builds of the most popular custom ROM on Earth: CyanogenMod.
Nightly builds popped up for both the P990 (Optimus 2x) and the P999 (G2x) earlier today. Although they are official releases from the CyanogenMod team, as opposed to ports by other developers, the fact that these are only ‘nightlies’ hints that they may not at the moment be completely stable or bug-free. Known problems include issues with video capture, audio and auto-brightness.
Nonetheless, if you’ve been dying to try out the G. . . READ ON »
Posted April 18, 2011 at 09:00 am by egzthunder1
As the battle of the dual cores rages on between our favorite (and not so favorite) manufacturers, and we are luckily stuck in the middle of this being showered with more and more options for our next purchases of mobile devices. The second phone to go live blessed with the technology of dual core processors (notice I said phones and not devices, as there are a few tabs with this in them already) comes from LG, who in coincidentally a late comer into the smartphone game. The LG Optimus 2X, also known as the T-Mobile G2x (thank you T-Mobile for the utterly confusing branding on this one) has finally been released by the US carrier. Neatly packed with features, and blazing fast performance, the G2x promises to be a good . . . READ ON »
Posted January 29, 2011 at 06:26 pm by egzthunder1
The exciting thing about this new year is the upcoming line up of next generation devices, all of which are equipped with the latest technology available, such as super AMOLED screens, dual core processors, and much more. However, technology without beauty is rather dull. With this in mind, XDA member GHOST99K brings us the LWP (live wallpapers) from the upcoming LG Optimus 2X ready to go on any Android device sporting 2.2 and later. These beautiful wallpapers will surely add something special to your collection. And if that wasn’t enough, GHOST99K also provided ringtones and sounds to make your device more “you”.
If you have any other “goodies” from this device that you w. . . READ ON »
Posted January 24, 2011 at 06:00 pm by egzthunder1
If you are itching to get your hands dirty with some of the best devices that were announced at CES this past month, then rest assured that we got you covered. We have added some playgrounds for beginning of discussions regarding cracking, hacking, or otherwise modding both Motorola devices and the latest LG. Simply put, these two seem to be among the top of the top of all the devices debuted at the expo. Much information about specs and such is currently available in blog sites throughout the web, so we will not bother you too much with technical details. What we will say though is the fact that at long last, we will be able to see good, powerful devices once again placing them on top of our dev charts, and this time, they a. . . READ ON »