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Former Writer · Sep 3, 2012

Root the Galaxy Tab 7.7 Using Stock Recovery

As a device's development matures, there are more and more ways to do essentially the same things. Multiple recoveries, multiple ROMs, multiple kernels, and so on are all released, and while each one is essentially the same as the one that came before it, there is something that makes each of them unique. This is also true for root methods. The first method might be something difficult, the second may be a one-click, and a third might be a one-click...

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Former Writer · Mar 30, 2012

Stock Initramfs, Kernel, and Partitioning for Galaxy Tab 7.7

Github is to Android development, what a paint brush is to fine art. Sure, you can create art without paint brushes, but let's face it, da Vinci used paint brushes. Such is the case with Github. Most developers use it to bring the best of the best to their respective Android devices and some truly legendary projects have their roots in Github commits. For those carrying the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, your Github goodness is just getting started. XDA Recognized...

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Former Writer · Mar 24, 2012

Modify the Galaxy Tab 10.1 Keyboard Dock to Work With the Galaxy Tab 7.7

Generally speaking, hardware modifications are done in order to implement a specific feature or remove a specific features. However, there are some hardware mods out there that are designed to give the user a choice of further changes. In some cases, those mods can be even better than specific, single purpose mods. This is the case for the original keyboard dock of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and make it compatible with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7. XDA Forum Member shazoom...

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Former Writer · Mar 15, 2012

Galaxy Tab 7.7 Guide – Most Known Issues and Solutions

One of the biggest issues for a lot of frequent XDAers is dealing with the same questions over and over again. Having to link user after user to the same guides to fix the same problems can quickly increase one's stress levels and can even invoke moments of rage. Of course, on the other end of the spectrum, there are a lot of ways you can word a problem and sometimes the search doesn't always have the answer, even if...

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