POSTS TAGGED: Samsung Galaxy Blaze 4g
Posted October 10, 2012 at 10:00 am by Former Writer
The last time we brought you news on the Samsung Galaxy Blaze 4G, it was getting root and recovery. Since then, developers have been working to make it a more fun to device for flashers. After a few months, the Blaze 4G not only received CM9 but also CM10. On the same day, no less.
XDA Senior Member erikmm ported CyanogenMod9 to the Blaze 4G. Despite it being a first release, it is perfectly stable with the only known issue is that rotation is a bit laggy. Anyone looking for AOSP-based ICS on the Blaze 4G now has a good ROM to try out.
For unofficial CyanogenMod10, XDA Senior Member dr4stic did the heavy lifting. Unlike its CM9 sibling, CM10 does have quite a few issues. This includes some random rebooting, CM Updater freez. . . READ ON »
Posted August 7, 2012 at 04:00 am by Former Writer
Every now and then, some devices need a swift kick in the pants to get back to the way they should be. In most cases, this comes in the form of a script or modification that tweaks various settings. Improvements can range from increased signal and GPS to increased performance and battery life. For Samsung Galaxy Blaze 4G owners, there is now a script that accomplishes most of these things.
The so-called Lightning Zap tweak pack offers a number of tweaks and improvements, combining various tweaks that had been used independently in the past. While the feature list may not bring anything overly unique to the table, Galaxy Blaze 4G users are also reporting that this includes fixes for small bugs they had been experien. . . READ ON »
Posted April 10, 2012 at 03:00 pm by Former Writer
Just a few days ago, we brought you news that the Samsung Galaxy Blaze was rooted, leading to the T-Mobile SGS II acquiring a new modem. Unfortunately, the root method wasn’t released at the time, and many Blaze owners were wondering just when and if those potentially dangerous root method were ever going to be released. The answer, of course, is yes. Not only did the Galaxy Blaze acquire root, but it also gained ClockworkMod recovery. All it needs now is a batch of flashable ROMs.
XDA Recognized Developer k0nane released the root method, which is similar to what’s used for other Samsung Galaxy S phones. Simply load ODIN 1.85, the rooted kernel and PIT file, and flash away. After that, you’re . . . READ ON »