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  • How to Root Galaxy S3 i9300 on XXDLG4 Firmware

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    Earlier today the official Android 4.1 Jellybean firmware for the Galaxy S3 i9300 was leaked with the name XXDLG4, and we posted a neat how-to install guide for everyone. Although, the firmware wasn’t beautiful since it had TouchWiz was all over it, the upgrade to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean was exciting, so many of you […]

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  • Root Galaxy S2 Running on XWLPG Android 4.0 Firmware

    XXJW4 CF-Root

    What’s the one thing most people do after flashing or updating to a new firmware on their devices? That would be rooting the particular firmware. And what follows every new firmware release for Samsung’s Galaxy line of devices? It’s the CF-Root kernel for the firmware by XDA Elite Recognized Developer Chainfire, that lets you root your phone, […]

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  • Root Galaxy S2 Running on XWLPD Firmware

    XXJW4 CF-Root

    So, updated to the latest Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 firmware, XWLPD, on your Galaxy S2? Now root it and install ClockworkMod recovery on it using CF-Root kernel from the never-sleeping XDA Elite Recognized Developer Chainfire. Rooting enables access to root-enabled apps and functions, while CWM recovery lets you install custom ROMs on the device, so […]

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  • XXJW4 Root and ClockworkMod Recovery for Galaxy S

    XXJW4 CF-Root

    Samsung officially released the XXJW4 firmware, which is the Value Pack firmware Samsung promised for the Galaxy S after they announced that it won’t be getting Ice Cream Sandwich. The Value Pack brings along a few features from ICS, along with general speed and performance improvements. Those who flashed the XXJW4 firmware can root it […]

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  • [How to] Root XXKPA firmware on Galaxy S II I9100

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    Another day, another firmware leak, and another quick update by Chainfire to very famous CF-Root. That’s right. CF-Root for the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich firmware XXKPA that leaked for the Galaxy S2 is out already, and we have step-by-step instructions for you to follow right here. So read on to flash CF-root on your Galaxy […]