POSTS TAGGED: Samsung Epic 4G
Posted December 30, 2011 at 04:30 pm by liwen
There are many CyanogenMod-based ROMs available, but not all are officially supported, that is, listed on their website. In particular, you’ll notice that the Samsung Epic 4G, Sprint’s version of the bestselling Galaxy S isn’t there yet. But that’s only a matter of time now, since Decad3nce, the developer of the CM7 port, announced a few days ago that the “Samsung Epic gets officially forked into Cyanogenmod”.
Posted September 26, 2011 at 06:00 pm by egzthunder1
Posted September 25, 2011 at 09:04 am by orb3000
Having problems after rooting your Samsung Epic 4G Touch? This is one of the main concerns for new comers into the Android rooting world. Now, thanks to XDA member bubby323 we now have an un-rooted stock kernel available to flash via ODIN.
If you get any issue during or after rooting your phone, you will have a way to restore the kernel back to its original state. The process is simple if you have any previous experience using ODIN.
Let the developer know your feedback please.
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Originally posted by bubby323
An Absolutely Stock EG30 Kernel
*Pulled from a non-rooted phone.
Credit to myself, Ninpo, leatherneck6017, and Pyrostic.
What This Means
With a completely stock kernel pulled from a phone that has never been roo
Posted April 8, 2011 at 09:00 pm by egzthunder1
If the keyboard on your Samsung Epic 4G performs less than par and gives you a hard time to type anything on it, then today is your lucky day. XDA moderator theimpaler747 along with the work of XDA member user_none, has come up with a patch that will make sure that typing in your device is not a hassle but a joy! The patch is simply an optimization of the key timer, which according to the dev will ensure or at the very least minimize the keystrokes are not dropped by the device. The work is based on a patch that was posted by XDA members mkasick, which works great for most roms, but that could be a bit better. TheImpaler has provided instructions for manual installation as well as a zip file to flash it and save you the troubl. . . READ ON »
Posted March 14, 2011 at 06:00 pm by Will Verduzco
This may seem a little late considering many devices are already rocking CyanogenMod 7 RC2, but for owners of the Sprint’s keyboard-laden superphone, it’s likely a breath of fresh air. Alpha 1 has just been released thanks to the efforts of XDA developers Dameon87, nullghost, and DevinXtreme, who ported the widely acclaimed ROM to the SPH-D700.
Before you go about flashing, be warned that it is still in the Alpha stage, so not everything can be expected to work. Here’s more from Dameon87:
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First the disclaimer.
This software is considered ALPHA state. Some things will work, some will not. You will likely encounter bugs. Do NOT flash this if you expect the software to be fully functional.
Posted March 7, 2011 at 12:00 am by mic_888
If you’re an owner of the Epic 4G, and you’re running the EB13 firmware, you may have experienced the dropped key press annoyance that XDA forum member mkasick has confirmed exists.
The issue is that EB13 often drops twice pressed letters on the hardware keyboard, for example typing ‘hello’ often outputs ‘helo’. The XDA member also discovered that the EB13 keyboard driver delays 1/10th of a second between reporting ‘key_press’ and ‘key_release’ events. This means that when folks press the same letter twice in that 100ms, the kernel will only be able to acknowledge one of the presses.
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Posted February 28, 2011 at 12:00 pm by mic_888
If you’re a Samsung Epic owner running EB13 (Froyo) on your Android device, you might have been one of the many folks experiencing issues with the built-in tethering.
Issues reported include only being able to tether to WiFi and attempts to tether to 3G results in error. This modded Wired Tether client by XDA forum member mkasick bypasses these errors.
Wired Tether v1.4 is modified to support RNDIS (USB tethering) on Froyo EB13 running Epics. Essentially this is an update of the previous Eclair version of Wired Tether.
Posted January 28, 2011 at 12:00 am by egzthunder1
Are you a happy 4G (WiMax) user in the US? If not, it may be because of your Epic 4G’s WiMax radio’s performance. However, not all is lost because XDA member gokuman56 has written up a guide to improve a few things that have kept you from thanking your carrier for 4G. The guide will show you how, by modifying a few parameters in the WiMax programming section can improve both the quality of the signal that you obtain from the towers and also, the time it takes to re-connect if the connection was to get lost. The dev claims that the guide is relatively straight forward but you may still want to read up the procedure a couple of times before moving forward with the change. A few things are needed such as the MSL code, . . . READ ON »
Posted December 29, 2010 at 06:00 pm by egzthunder1
XDA moderator theimpaler747 just let us into a project that he is currently working on. As it turns out, he decided to make custom battery meters for the Odex DK28 roms for the Samsung Epic 4G. So far, the project only has 3 designs to choose from. However, the dev mentioned that he is taking requests to make new meters. So, do you have an idea for a different meter? Maybe you would like to see one that you saw in a different device included in this list. Whatever your reason may be, this will give you a chance to make your device more “you”.
Please leave some feedback and requests for the dev, so that this collection can grow bigger.
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Ok, here is going to be my compilation of custom battery mode for any ODEX DK28 ro