POSTS TAGGED: Samsung Galaxy Fit GT 5670
Posted December 28, 2013 at 11:30 am by Tomek Kondrat
It’s been quite some time since Google launched Android 4.4 KitKat, alongside its Nexus 5. Google has even released two point revisions to the OS. And despite lacking official support, the Sony Xperia Tipo and Google Nexus Onehave already gotten unofficial ports of this OS. The number of older devices running KitKat gets bigger and bigger every day.
Now, developers from the AndroidArmV6 group, most notably XDA Recognized Developers psyke83 and erikcas, XDA Recognized Contributor yajnab, and few others did some remarkable development and brought initial builds to some extremely popular Samsung devices: Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Gio, Galaxy Mini and Galaxy Fit.
Builds for these devices are still qu. . . READ ON »
Posted January 2, 2013 at 12:00 pm by Former Writer
The CM10.1 releases have been flying off the shelves in recent months. Porting has begun to slow down a little bit, but there is support for new devices on nearly a daily basis. There is no pattern to releases, as the specifications on a device don’t seem to matter. Now, there are unofficial CM10.1 builds for the Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ and the Samsung Galaxy Fit GT 5670. Once again, there is a new device and an old device receiving the latest Android at nearly the same time. The Galaxy Fit build was posted by XDA Senior Member erikcas. It’s based on the the Galaxy Ace version by XDA Senior Member Wayland_ACE. It is surprisingly stable, but there are a few things wrong including:
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Posted February 26, 2012 at 02:30 pm by Former Writer
There are a number of reasons why a MD5 checksum in ClockworkMod Recovery might fail. Flashing different versions of the recovery can do it, flashing custom versions of the recovery can do it, or attempting to restore a Nandroid from an old phone to a replacement can do it. Sometimes, there is a need to change the MD5 checksum to make a Nandroid work again.
XDA Junior Member arhant has shared a method that makes it pretty easy to alter the checksum of a Nandroid backup so that it matches the Nandroid backup key stored in ClockworkMod Recovery for the Samsung Galaxy Fit GT5670
The method is, as mentioned, pretty simple and involves using a couple of programs to change the checksum so that it works in recovery. Users simp. . . READ ON »