TIZEN Posts on XDA

A Look At Samsung’s Z1

In October of 2008, HTC released the G1 (HTC Dream), which was the first handset to run Android. For many of us, it was a game changer and in the first 6 months over a million units were sold in the US, accounting for roughly two thirds of all 3G devices on T-Mobile's network. Just over six...

Learn How to Theme TizenMod on Your Samsung Gear

Although it originally shipped with a highly customized version of Android, the Samsung Galaxy Gear (later renamed to Samsung Gear) has since been updated to run Tizen OS. This move, which brought the device inline with many of Samsung's other smartwatches such as the Samsung Gear 2, carries with it an inherent set of pros and cons. While...

Learn How to Build an APK Installer for Your Tizen Smartwatch Widget

As of right now, if you want to install a widget into your smartwatch running Tizen OS such as the Samsung Gear 2, you’ll have to sideload the wgt file onto the device using SBD tool. I’m sure that for many Android users who also happen to own a Tizen wearable, installing widgets onto that...

Galaxy Gear Custom Tizen ROM, Creating Custom Android Wear Watch Faces With an App – XDA Developer TV

The Samsung Galaxy Gear gets it first Custom ROM based on Tizen OS! That and much more news is covered by Jordan when he reviews all the important stories from this weekend. Included in this week's news is the article talking about creating your own custom Android Wear watch face. Also, be sure the check out...

First Tizen OS Custom ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Gear

At this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, alongside the premiere of many devices, Samsung introduced its first devices featuring the brand new mobile operating system Tizen OS. To date, it's mainly been used in various smartwatches and wristbands, and eventually Samsung may use it as a replacement for Android.For most of its life span, the Samsung Galaxy...

Navigate with Your Samsung Gear 2 Using DMA Navi Watch

Whether you're travelling to a new destination or exploring some previously unvisited corner of your own city, you're bound to get lost without navigation assistance. Google Maps has done wonders in this niche with turn-by-turn navigation, even in the remotest places. But nothing comes without drawbacks--and constantly unlocking your phone to check the next turn...

Android 4.4.3 Released, Google Unveils Project Tango Tablet Dev Kit, Galaxy Gear Tizen Rooted! – XDA Developer TV

Android KitKat 4.4.3 has been released for the Nexus 5 and many more Nexus devices! That and much more news is covered by Jordan, as he reviews all the important stories from this week. Included in this week's news is the announcement that OmniROM nightlies are now based on Android 4.4.3 and Google announced a new...

Moto E Kernel Source Released, Razr M/HD Get KitKat, Original Galaxy Gear Gets Tizen – XDA Developer TV

The original Samsung Galaxy Gear Smartwatch gets an update to Tizen. That and much more news is covered by Jordan, as he reviews a few of the important stories from this weekend. Included in this weekend's news is the release of Sense 6 for the Verizon HTC One Max and the kernel source for the Moto E...

Upcoming Galaxy Gear Update Will Swap out Android for Tizen

The Samsung Galaxy Gear was one of the first pioneers in nascent world of smartwatches. Sure, devices like the Pebble predated it by a few months, but the Gear is a significantly more powerful device that also offers quite a bit of aftermarket development potential.Even now after the unveiling of Android Wear, the first generation Gear remains...

Linux Kernel 3.4 for Galaxy S Plus, Jelly Bean Toggles for Everyone, Tizen OS Info – XDA Developer TV

Linux 3.4 Kernel has been compiled for the Galaxy S Plus GT-i9001. XDA Developer TV Producer and News Corespondent Jordan reviews this and all the other important stories from this week on the XDA-Developers Portal. Jordan talks about the Windows RT Porting Guide for Windows 32-bit apps.In Jelly Bean-related news, Jordan talks about an app that...

Tizen OS: Brief History, Roots, and Current Status

This year's Mobile World Conference was different from most. There were still all the device presentations, announcements, and revelations that we've come to expect from the biggest tech event of the mobile industry each year. What's different was that this time, the spotlight wasn't taken by hardware, but rather by software---and for good reason. After...