POSTS TAGGED: samsung galaxy r
Posted February 3, 2014 at 06:00 pm by Tomek Kondrat
Imagine that you’re flashing the latest nightly of your favorite ROM. If you are performing a fresh install by wiping all of your data, this also means that you have to flash all of your modified system apps, user apps, modules, and so on. And if you’re doing this on a regular basis, all the wasted time really starts to add up. So what do you do? Do you manually install these apps again, or do you add them to your favorite ROM? One of the better solutions is to use Aroma Installer by XDA Recognized Developer amarullz. However, you normally need some experience to configure it properly.
Posted October 28, 2012 at 11:00 am by David Watt
The Samsung Galaxy R, a lesser spec’d variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II, was plagued with hardware problems not long after it’s release, and production was soon halted. Due to this, it’s certainly not one of the busier device forums on XDA. That said, we can report that the Galaxy R has now received an unofficial port of ever popular CyanogenMod 10.
XDA Senior Member Adam77Root (with the help of XDA Senior Member karthik050782) has worked his magic and has managed to get a semi-stable release together for Galaxy R users. Though currently labelled “Alpha 2,” the list of working features is enough to get most device owners salivating:
- Mobile network
- Data connectio
Posted August 31, 2012 at 09:00 am by Haroon Q. Raja
To all Samsung Galaxy R GT-I9203 users waiting to get official ICS on their device, we’ve got news for you! The ICS update was recently spotted on SamMobile. Although the OTA may be pushed out to your devices very soon, those who can’t wait can download and install it manually right away.
This is the European I9103XXLQ9 Update and it was spotted here on XDA by Recognized Contributor ardatdat. As is the case with every official Samsung ROM, this one is also TouchWiz based. Not being a carrier-specific version, this can be installed on any Galaxy R i9103 and contains no carrier bloatware apps. Here are some more details:
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Posted July 16, 2012 at 09:00 pm by Former Writer
With the release of a new version of Android, it’s only fitting that fresh new versions of custom recoveries are released as well. Custom recoveries are among the most frequently used post-root modifications, as they serve as the primary flashing interface for nearly everything. With TWRP’ receiving an update to 2.2, it is only fitting that ClockworkMod Recovery also be updated. So far, the alphas can be tested on at least the Samsung Galaxy R i9103 and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, but expect the list to grow very quickly.
Posted May 19, 2012 at 09:00 am by Conan Troutman
If your device runs a stock ROM, whether that might be a leaked version of the latest impending update or simply a rooted version of the devices current official firmware, chances are it’s going to include a certain amount of “bloat.” You know, those apps and widgets that OEMs feel are oh-so-important to the overall user experience. The fact is though that most of us disagree, and could quite happily live without most of them. There are many different ways to remove them, but if you find yourself regularly repeating that same process everytime you update your device, this might be of interest to you.
Posted January 22, 2012 at 02:00 pm by orb3000
Owners of the Samsung Galaxy R i9103, today is your lucky day as XDA Senior Member eaglerazor123 is presenting the first custom ROM for such device. The ROM is Based on DKK5 with Stock Kernel and includes the following goodies:
Added Epic4g Touch Launcher
No SMS Log
Auto EFS Backup
Auto Zip align at every boot
Added sqlite.so & Sqlite_ini.so from ICS
Added App Process and System Server from ICS
CM7 Music App & DSP Manager
Build Prop Tweaks
Senior Member eaglerazor123 presents this as the first attempt at a ROM for this device so some bugs may be present. For that it´s important that you leave your feed back so future versions are corrected.
Posted December 22, 2011 at 04:55 pm by admin
The Samsung Galaxy R is a variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II that is less expensive. Instead of the Super AMOLED Plus display, the Galaxy R has a Super Clear LCD at 4.27″ and WVGA resolution. And instead of the Samsung Exynos CPU found on the Galaxy S II, the Galaxy R has Nvidia’s Tegra 2 chip. The Galaxy R now has its own spot on XDA! Click on to the forums.. . . READ ON »