There’s a new ROM in town for the Epic Touch 4G, and it’s packing Android 4.2.1 in the most stable and efficient form yet. If you’re still running on Samsung’s stock ICS, this is definitely work a check.
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Samsung is rumored to working on the Galaxy S IV that will include a 13 megapixel camera. This would up the ante in the mobile device wars.
Samsung and other manufacturers won’t repair Android phones that are rooted or running a custom ROM. The easy way around this is to flash it back to stock.
Last month a Samsung Galaxy S III owner posted pictures of a burned up smartphone. He claimed it happened by the phone overheating. Turns out he lied and there is more to the story.
Samsung continues to impress with the release of their latest high-end smartphone across Europe, the Galaxy S2. This second generation Galaxy S phone rapports a dual-core processor, and is one of the first available handsets to do so. Customers in the U.K and a few other western European countries are already rocking the new device, […]
Sprint is next in line to receive the pure Google experience on one of their phones. The Nexus S is getting the 4G treatment and will be available starting May 8, 2011. This is a big change from Google’s nearly exclusive relationship with T-Mobile. If you’re sick […]
Rooting your Android phone might sound risky or intimidating. You might have heard horror stories about bricked and broken devices, but that isn’t the case anymore. Rooting your phone is actually really simple, and it can open up a whole new world of possibilities in the way you use your device. I recently took the […]
Android users that use Sprint as a carrier don’t have it bad, but they do have to deal with some annoying built-in software from Sprint. One of the most annoying things about Sprint, is that they like to send you almost meaningless notifications. Half the time the notification will just appear for no reason, and […]
If you downloaded the previous Froyo update from Samsung for the Epic 4g, then you probably had your share of problems. The last update was full of bugs, glitches, and application crashes. Samsung now has fixed their mistakes, and the new update comes without the same baggage as the old one. Sprint has started rolling […]
Android is a groovy operating system, but I often think think that manufacturers are given too much leeway in terms of how much of their own software they can ship on the devices. Samsung is no exception, and because of this it can take a few extra steps to get your phone completely up to […]
What version of software is your Android device running? If you haven’t updated recently, there might be a new version available! Typically your phone carrier will provide Over-the-Air (OTA) updates so that you can upgrade automatically and wirelessly. You could drive to your carrier’s brick & mortar store to have them update it, or you […]
A groovy reader recently wrote to us in an email: “Hi groovy guys, I recently updated my Samsung Epic 4G to Froyo, Android 2.2.1. Since the update my screen orientation has been messed up. It takes about 4-8 seconds for it to change orientation, and I usually have to also shake the phone for it […]
Are you wondering what version of Android is running your phone? Eclair? Froyo? Gingerbread? Well if you just got a phone and your curious what you’ve got, you’ve come to the right place. Just follow the simple steps below to this quickTip groovyPost! The screenshots in this article were taken using a Samsung Galaxy, […]
It has been a long wait for Sprint customers who have been expectant of the update since last September. For most, they were assured that the phone’s Android update would be rolling out within the only a month or two; which seemed entirely plausible considering HTC’s Evo 4G was already running version 2.2 of Android […]