Samsung recently released a new KitKat update to the Samsung Galaxy S4 model I9500. The latest XXUGNH4 Android 4.4.2 brings in system stability to the device and is recommended to be flashed. If you have updated your smartphone to the latest firmware, here is how to root I9500XXUGNH4 Android 4.4.2 on Galaxy S5 to get the super access.
Prerequisites to root I9500XXUGNH4 Galaxy S4 i9500 official firmware:
Samsung released XXUGNH4 Android 4.4.2 for Samsung Galaxy S4 i9500. Based on the previous Android KitKat, the update brings new drivers and system enhancements. The latest update is deemed essential for system reliability but is currently only available in Russia as an OTA update. Here is how to flash XXUGNH4 Android 4.4.2 on Galaxy S4 i9500 manually.
XXUGNH4 Android 4.4.2 details:
Model name: GALAXY S4
Version: Android 4.4.2
Build date: Tue, 19 Aug 2014 10:06:19 +0000
Product Code: SER
There are still aren’t many options when it comes to stable custom firmwares for Samsung Galaxy S5. However, the list is being updated with new additions every now and then. The latest Samsung Galaxy S5 custom ROM comes in the shape of XtreStoLite Android 4.4.2. The custom firmware is based on XXU1ANE2 Android 4.4.2 KitKat and gives a very stock experience on the S5. Galaxy S5 custom ROM is the best for those who are looking for stock look and feel on their flagship smartphones. Here is how to download and install this Galaxy S5 custom ROM.
XtreStoLite Android 4.4.2 details:
- Stock XXU1ANE2 firmware
- Stock Kernel
- Unique separate Aroma Add-on Package
- Latest Google Keyboard
- SuperSu rooted & BusyBoxed
- KNOX fully removed
With6 pre-orders already breaking global records at a staggering 16 million, many users are still left out of the lucky few getting their orders in at time. Well, for those who’re left out, a more thoughtful decision won’t result in harm. As we all know, Apple has launched the iPhone 6 in three colors, Gold, Space Gray and Silver.
These color’s remain the same from Apple’s last year offering of the iPhone 5S. But the iPhone 6 does not look like the iPhone 5S in any way and there are changes made to the front panel of the device as well. With the iPhone 6, if you want a white front panel then the space gray option is not for you. Only the Gold and the Silver color options have the white front panel.
At the Keynote, Apple announced that the public release of iOS 8 will happen on September 17th. However, if you don’t like waiting for the public release and want to experience the latest OS right about now, here is a simple tutorial to install iOS 8 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch!
How to install iOS 8:
Yep, it is possible for you install the latest iOS 8 Golden Master (GM) on your devices without having the UDID registration. As mandatory with all our iOS and Android tutorials, here are a few points that you should consider before reading the instructions to install iOS 8 on your iPhone and iPad:
- Upgrade iTunes to the very latest 11.4 version which was released only a few days back and supports iOS 8.
With the iPhone 6 launched, and pre-orders for the device started, the question on every Apple lover’s mind is which iPhone 6 is the right one? After all, this September marks the first time in company history that Apple has released two variants of it’s flagship smartphone and finally catered towards the larger screen demands of the market.
The two iPhone 6 models this year came with a Retina HD display. Retina HD was an upgrade from the iPhone 5S’ simple Retina display. So what really separates the iPhone 6 Retina HD from the iPhone 5S Retina display? Let’s find out in terms of the way points are mapped and rasterized onto screens.
SlimKat is one of the few first custom firmwares that were available on Android 4.4 KitKat. Rich with features, SlimKat gives stock experience of KitKat while offering a stable and speedy performance. Here is how you can update Nexus 7 to Android 4.4.4 based SlimKat custom ROM.
SlimKat Android 4.4.4 KitKat features:
- All SlimKat Features
- Built in Kangaroo Kernel
- Full USB-DAC Support (Hot Plug, on Boot, Volume Control)
- Wake-Lock Blocker
- Volume and Media Keys available to put in the Navbar
- Support for all file systems (ALL-F2FS, DATA-F2FS, ALL-EXT4)
- Easycap Support
Prerequisites before you update Nexus 7 to Android 4.4.4 SlimKat:
SlimKat is one of the few first custom firmwares that were available on Android 4.4 KitKat. Rich with features, SlimKat gives stock experience of KitKat while offering a stable and speedy performance. Here is how you can update Galaxy S3 I747 to Android 4.4.4 KitKat based SlimKat custom ROM.
Before you read on to update Galaxy S3 I747 to Android 4.4.4 based SlimKat, here are some of the features and details of this ROM.
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SlimKat Android 4.4.4 KitKat features:
SlimKat custom firmware comes with a plenty of new features based on Android 4.4.4 KitKat. The few primary highlights include:
- The Real Dark Slim
- Custom Shortcuts
- System-Wide Keyboard Controls
- Camera Features
Updated your Samsung Galaxy S5 G900F with the latest official XXU1ANH4 Android 4.4.2 firmware? Here is how to root XXU1ANH4 on Galaxy S5 to get the super access of your beautiful flagship smartphone.
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Prerequisites to root XXU1ANH4 on Galaxy S5:
Please check these prerequisites before going forward to the root steps.
- Download and install USB drivers for Samsung Galaxy S5 in your computer.
- Make sure to take backup of any important files on your smartphone.
- Enable USB debugging option by pressing Menu > Settings > Applications. Navigate and tap on Developer Options to ensure that USB Debugging is enabled.
- Ensure that your Samsung Galaxy S5 carries more than 70% of charge.
In a completely unexpected move, Samsung has rolled out the very latest Android 4.4.4 KitKat firmware for Galaxy S3 Neo but has kept its flagship at the 4.4.2 stage. It may be due to the unpolished state of the latest firmware or some other behind-the-scenes reasons that is seeing Galaxy S5 getting delayed update. However, Korean tech leader has surely sent a new G900FXXU1ANH4 Android 4.4.2 firmware for Samsung Galaxy S5. This update brings some performance improvements and stability features along with some other noticeable changes.
Considering it is a branded firmware, you will get extra apps and perhaps a carrier boot animation too. You can update your Samsung Galaxy S5 to G900FXXU1ANH4 Android 4.4.2 KitKat via OTA of Samsung KIES. If it’s unavailable in your region or you want to manually update G900FXXU1ANH4 on Galaxy S5, here is the guide to help you out.
– Once updates, here is how to Root XXU1ANH4 Android 4.4.2 on Samsung Galaxy S5 G900F
– Root guide: Root XXU1ANH4 Android 4.4.2 on Samsung Galaxy S5 G900F – How to
G900FXXU1ANH4 Android 4.4.2 details:
Model name: GALAXY S5
Country: Greece (Vodafone)
Version: Android 4.4.2
Build date: Wed, 20 Aug 2014 04:49:29 +0000
Product Code: VGR
As we all know, Apple launched the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus yesterday. The iPhone 6 launch was one of the most anticipated events this year, as is generally the case with Apple events. Claiming to think different, the company has always stuck to the basics and improvement of individual aspects of the device rather than equipping it with high hardware specifications.
The iPhone 6 is in no way different from this philosophy and now we can finally compare the device to what might be said to be it’s biggest rival – the Samsung Galaxy S5. The Galaxy S5 is a beast when it comes to specifications. Packing an quad core 2.5 GHz processor with 2 GB of RAM on board, the device is fully set to charge at it’s competition.
So which device ends up being the better option? Lets find out.
Now available for Samsung Galaxy S4, SOKP Android 4.4.4 KitKat custom firmware gives the best multitasking performance with speed on your device. It is packed with all the KitKat goodness and provides an excellent audio / video quality along with an extensive level of customization. Here is how to update Galaxy S4 i9500 to SOKP 4.4.4 KitKat.
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SOKP Android 4.4.4 KitKat details:
Apple’s iCloud was recently in the middle of a huge controversy. Hackers reportedly hacked into Apple’s iCloud servers and managed to get hold of compromising photographs of dozens of celebrities. Apple was quick to deny that it’s severs and offerings featured any vulnerabilities, after conducting a 40 hour investigation into the matter.
Nevertheless, one of the things that was of concern in the entire matter was that some celebrities claimed that they had long deleted some of the photos which surfaced on the internet. This led to a belief that your photos and other data does indeed remain on iCloud, even after you delete it from your device.
So even if you’re thinking that no hacker would be interested in accessing your private data on the iCloud, it should nevertheless be wise to know how to delete photos from iCloud. There are several services on the internet where others with a malicious intent can be paid to access your private data. So take a look below to learn how to delete your photos from the iCloud.
With Samsung having launched the Galaxy Note 4, the immediate question on all of our minds is that how well does the device stack against all the current flagship devices out there. With a 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 805 or the 1.3GHz Octa Core Exynoss 5433, the Note 4 is all set to dominate any and all current flagships out there.
However, we won’t be satisfied, and neither should you be without an in depth look at how the Galaxy Note 4 stands in comparison to other device. For the purpose of this review, we have chosen Apple’s current flagship, the iPhone 5S to see how well the two fare off against each other.
Now before you start criticizing us that the iPhone 5S is no match for Samsung’s latest beast, you should know that the purpose of this review is simply to get a better understanding of how the Galaxy Note 4 works and what improvements it makes and has over Apple’s current flagship. So hold your horses, grab some popcorn, and enjoy.
Paranoid Android has released the 4th Beta of Paranoid Android 4.5 and the ROM files are up for flashing. Here is how to flash Paranoid Android 4.5 Beta 4 on Nexus 4 and enjoy the latest from team PA. Paranoid Android 4.5 Beta 4 fixes the issues faced in earlier beta builds including issues in the mako WiFi, kernel, Theme Engine reboots, and others. Paranoid Android 4.5 is based on the latest Android 4.4.4 KitKat, however, it features quite a few design elements of the Android 5.0 L. You can enjoy this stable firmware on your Nexus 4 if you want to enjoy Android L interface before its public release this fall.