New firmware is available for the Galaxy S5 Active, model no. SM-G870W, which belongs to Canadian carriers. The software version of the update is G870WVLU1CPF6, and its firmware has already hit the web. If you remember, we told you that Rogers told us that it’s looking to starting rolling out the Marshmallow on July 18, and bingo, […]
The almost-2-year-old Galaxy S5 Neo has received one major update in Canada today, at all major carriers in the country. The update carries the build no. G903WVLU1BPF1 and even better news is that you don’t have to wait for the PF1 OTA update to hit your device — you can grab the update from our firmware […]
We’re seeing Canadian carriers listing the Moto G Plus (as Telus and Wind call it), or Moto G4 Plus (as Sasktel has dubbed it). Yes, right now, the device is only available online at Sasktel, Wind Mobile and Telus. Sasktel is selling the Moto G4 Plus for $399.99 as prepaid, while that in contract would cost you $349.99 […]
The Galaxy Note 4 is receiving the Marshmallow update in Canada today, with all carriers due for a separate build. We’re already seeing the Marshmallow firmware becoming available for Telus, Eastlink and Kodoo Mobile Galaxy Note 4 sets, while other Canadian carriers should receive the same soon. The build no. of Marshmallow update for Canadian […]
Here you will find the stock firmware files for Samsung Galaxy J1 2016 edition. The model no. for this device is SM-J120, followed by a letter denoting device’s variant’s particular region. Always be sure to check your device’s own model no. beforehand to help you with downloading and installing the cirrect firmware file, failing which your […]
Looks like you just got unlucky in your little Galaxy Note 4 hacking adventures — that is, little things like rooting, custom recoveries and custom ROMs — and now, you have a bricked device in your hand. Well, what we can do now is try to restore your Galaxy Note 4 back to stock using a firmware so that […]
Samsung has got Many of the variants of the Samsung Note 2 started receiving the Kitkat 4.4.2 update about 2 months earlier. But not all the Note 2 variants got the Update on time, such as the Verizon variant and the Canadian variants (SGH-I317M). We saw the update for Verizon model last week, it’s now […]
Here we have the latest version of TWRP Recovery, which has been rolling out on many flagship devices, finally on Canadian carriers of Galaxy Note 2. The latest version not only brings new features but also bugs out the in-famous recovery in-compatibility issue with KitKat ROMs, which was due to ‘set metadata recursive’ error. Now, all of […]
The new kid (not much of a kid though) in town has been getting a lot of attention from the casual users to the development junkies alike. Recently, the team behind the famous recovery, TWRP, known for its user friendliness has released an update for the Canadian Galaxy Note 3 which not only brings new […]
The TWRP recovery is available for your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in Canada, that’s selling at Rogers, Wind, Bell, Telus, etc. So, if you ever want to install custom ROMs, root and do more of such little hackery stuff, TWRP recovery is a must-have thing.
Basically a custom recovery is used to create Nandroid backups and also to install ROMs, mods, themes and sometimes, also apps.
On this page, you will find how to download and install the popular ClockworkMod Recovery, also known as CWM, for your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in Canada, at: Rogers, Bell, Wind, Telus, etc. carriers.
With CWM recovery installed on your Note 3, you can install custom ROMs, root your device, and create solid and reliable Nandroid backup.
Better late than having to wait till the next year should be enough to justify waiting this long, but Samsung is finally rolling out the Jelly Bean updates for the Galaxy S3 on AT&T in the US, and on Rogers, Bell, Telus and SaskTel in Canada, both over the air and via the PC Suite software […]
We already know that the HTC One X+ is coming soon to Telus, but the Canadian carrier has been quite tight-lipped about availability timelines and pricing insofar. The HTC One X+ is the beefed up successor to the HTC One X which was released in early 2012, and is already being heavily promoted by HTC, […]
Telus, the Canadian telecom company today launched a new phone viz. Samsung Galaxy Discover. It is the Canadian version of Galaxy Rush which was released by Boost Mobile in the US. This phone is aimed for budget buyers with a price tag of $99.99 only without any contract. The Samsung Galaxy Discover runs on Android […]
Canadian operator Telus has already beefed up its fall portfolio with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 as well as the LG :)Optimus G. To add some more muscle to the lineup, Telus has now declared that the long awaited HTC One X+ would be Coming Soon, hinting at an imminent release. If you recall, Telus […]