Samsung’s phones are amongst the most popular ones in the Android developer community, since the company regularly releases source code for their devices to allow for easier hacking and development. As a result, there are easy-to-use hacking tools available for most of their lineup. The Galaxy Note II is no exception. There are all-in-one toolkits available that root, flash custom recoveries and perform many other advanced tasks in just a click or two. In addition to the international GSM/LTE version (GT-N7100, GT-N7105) and T-Mobile (SGH-T889) variant, there is one now available for the Sprint US variant (SPH-L900). Read More
Sprint is a carrier which boasts of more than 53 million users, and a considerable percentage of those subscribers are on iPhone. That is the reason the service provider has launched an iOS app, using which Sprint subscribers can gain access to customer support with ease. Not only that, the app will also let you find Sprint and Apple stores near your current location. Even if you are not on Sprint, Sprint Zone
can prove helpful, as it can be used to monitor the battery life and running processes on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is the new sensation among Android users. Ever since the SDK was made available for this new Android update, we have seen various industrious hackers trying to port ICS on their respective Android devices. Although developers have been successful making SDK based ports on several devices, but most of them are in a semi working stage. We believe that unless Galaxy Nexus system ROM is made available, there won’t be a stable and fully working Ice Cream Sandwich port for any Android devices.
Samsung Sprint Epic 4G is quickly gaining fan base due to its awesome features. However the data limit imposed by Sprint isn’t really cool when you have to tether your other devices on 3G. But when its Android, there is always a possibility of getting things done. Senior XDA Member, Necrosan, has released a workaround that lets you bypass data limit with a 3G Hotspot [tethering] hack. This hack basically helps in removing the data limit and is workable on rooted phones with deodexed EG30 ROMs. After deploying this tweak on your Epic 4G Touch, you can enjoy free 3G tethering without any hindrance from Sprint’s limit plans.
Samsung Epic 4G Touch is perhaps the most popular Android dual core phone among Sprint subscribers in the US. The development community of this phone is relatively active than other Android phones as they were able to gain root privileges on this phone right after it was initially launched. Along with rooting the phone, the Epic 4G Touch developer community was also able to overclock the phone as well as ported ClockworkMod Recovery. Once ClockworkMod Recovery got ported on Samsung Epic 4G Touch, custom ROMs started to spring up on different Android portals and forums to enhance the user experience and to fully utilize the advantages associated with running custom kernel and / or root. Read More
Sprint Epic 4G Touch is the hottest Android phone in the US at the moment. This phone is basically Samsung Galaxy S II branded as Epic 4G Touch on Sprint. The phone has a massive developer and support base already and root on this phone was achieved within hours of it’s release. As the development for this phone continues, there is now a custom Kernel that not only gives you root and ClockworkMod Recovery, but also oveclocks your phone to a whooping 1.6 GHz. For those who don’t know, Overclocking is an integral part of this “Android Globe” and is "religiously" done to enhance phone’s performance.
The wait is over and its now official that HTC EVO 3D and EVO VIEW 4G Android phone and tablet will be released on 24th June. This isn’t a rumor anymore because Sprint has been sending promotional emails marketing both these devices. The HTC EVO 3D will be priced at USD 199.99 with EVO View 3D carrying an affordable tag of USD 399.99. Read More