POSTS TAGGED: Samsung Vibrant
Posted March 17, 2011 at 06:00 am by mic_888
If seeing your MMS’s in your Vibrant call log annoys you, XDA forum member Br1cK’d has posted a ‘How To’ on stopping them appearing.
Based upon two other threads on fixing call logs by XDA members eury23 and Mammon88, the XDA dev has written a detailed tutorial on how to take the LogsProvider.apk from you ROM and decompile with apkmanager or a similar program.
You’ll need to navigate and edit the corresponding LogsProvider.smali file and then recompile being sure to delete the classes.dex.
Posted March 10, 2011 at 06:00 am by orb3000
If you have a Samsung Vibrant device, this may be of your interest. XDA member connexion2005 compiled a great thread containing links to how to´s on video. Topics such as how to flash, backup and restore, how to soft UN-Brick any Galaxy S, how to enter recovery and download Mode, rooting, networking, and reviews.
No doubt a great thread to have in mind if you want to modify your device. Please say thanks or leave your comments.
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Originally posted by connexion2005
[VIDEO] Samsung Vibrant Video How-To Thread
This thread will serve as the OFFICIAL thread for all of my How-To tutorials for everything VIBRANT. Keep an eye out as I’m developing new videos on a daily basis. This will just be known as the central repo
Posted January 20, 2011 at 06:00 pm by egzthunder1
XDA member jmerchant informed us earlier today that there is something coming. Something that will hit all Vibrant users in the “happy” spot. Well, that last sentence came out wrong, but basically this will make them really happy. After months of speculations and complaints against Samsung and T-Mobile, it seems that the version of the Galaxy S will finally get a taste of Froyo… not just a port, but rather the full fledged official stock ROM. Vibrant users have been screaming for this pretty much since the release of the device as this OS release is supposed to come loaded with fixes to ensure that these devices perform in the way they were advertised to do so. As a little background, the device . . . READ ON »
Posted January 4, 2011 at 12:00 am by mic_888
So you’ve got a Vibrant and you’re running FroYo, but you want to add a few more apps, tweak some settings, change launchers and all in one ROM.
Why not try out a new tool by XDA forum member birgertime? It’s a customisation tool for the Vibrant (currently for Windows only) and should work with any FroYo Vibrant ROM.
In order for the app to run, you must have Java installed. It’s a case of clicking through the tabs and selecting the options that you require. The app will generate a zip which you can copy to your SD card and flash with ClockWorkMod.
birgertime states that eventually the tool will work properly on Linux and OS X too. The program currently does have a large file size since it inc. . . READ ON »
Posted January 2, 2011 at 12:00 pm by mic_888
There are a lot of mods at XDA, and this one is for the Samsung Vibrant, courtesy of XDA forum member siirial.
If you fancy a front facing camera for your Vibrant, take a look at this mod – you’ll need a specifically compatible ROM for the front facing camera, the right kernel, a front facing camera (of course!) and be up for part dismantling your device.
The internal battery cover and Vibrant camera will need to be removed and cleaned out. The XDA member states that he used a metal flat head screw driver, however you should proceed with extreme caution.
Posted December 24, 2010 at 09:00 am by egzthunder1
It seems that Samsung cannot get away from problems with the Galaxy S devices. Some of the most common things that you will see if you went into any of the Samsung S fora would be issues with GPS, lag, and more. The kiss of death for any hardware manufacturer happens when the device begins to exhibit hardware flaws, limitations, or failures, with the latter being the worst. There have been numerous reports from many of our members that the Bell variant of the Vibrant has issues with the internal SD failing. Upon contact with Samsung, many users were prompted to ship their devices back to the manufacturer where they traced the error back to a faulty motherboard or even a bad flash, which required them to use Samsung tool. . . READ ON »
Posted December 24, 2010 at 06:00 am by mic_888
If you’ve been getting a bit bored of the same old lockscreen and have recently upgraded to the leaked JL5 firmware on your Samsung Vibrant, check out this mod from XDA forum member untermensch.
The LockScreen mod is specifically for the recently leaked JL5 firmware and the dev has helpfully given users a choice – you can pick the deodex zip file for custom ROMs or the stock zip file if you flashed with Odin or Heimdall.
Additionally, uploaded is the source zip file, which is for developers looking to port the mod to other ROMs and devices.
Please note that the framework-res.apk is a little larger, so you will need to ensure to allow enough memory on the system partition in order to install.
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Posted December 22, 2010 at 09:00 am by mic_888
IF you’re a fan of modding the icons in your notification bar, then you might be interested in this Segmented Battery Mod by XDA forum member frankencat.
The mod provides more battery information in terms of indicating remaining battery levels. Built specifically using Nero v1 as a base, the mod may work for other versions.
The mod is flashable via Clockwork Recovery, and the XDA member has requested feedback if you are trying with other ROMs.
Additionally, if you want to revert back to the stock Nero battery icon, the dev has helpfully uploaded the file to do this.
Posted November 2, 2010 at 06:00 pm by egzthunder1
And we keep on going with this barrage of cross breeding devices and platforms that we have had lately. This time, XDA member jzero88 brings forth this easy to follow tutorial to have a full Ubuntu version running on your Vibrant. Android devices are no strangers to running this OS and this device seems to not be the exception. The dev wrote up the tutorial with a very simple to follow step by step and provided all the files needed to make this guide a one-stop shop for all of you Ubuntu enthusiasts.
If you have any feedback regarding the guide itself, or maybe if you see any inaccuracies, make sure that you post them in the thread. Make sure that you follow the steps carefully since there is always a chance that you may . . . READ ON »