Sometime ago I had rooted my Galaxy S4 (SGH-i337) to enabled WiFi Tethering because I wasn’t done testing the stock image from Samsung / AT&T. Now its time for me to prepare to install CyanogenMod; Before I can do so I need to install ClockworkMod Recovery (CWM) which is a replacement recovery option for Android devices, made by […]
Most wonder and ask why so many of use root / jailbreak and wipe our phones and tablets of the manufactures factory configurations and install custom firmware. This write-up might give you some incite. Check out the following review / guide and learn more.
Hello All, Today I got my hands on the new Samsung Galaxy S4 (AT&T). I wanted to test how to take a screenshot. For sometime now I have used my rooted Galaxy S2 with CyanogenMod which allowed for me to simply press the power button and get a menu context which allowed me to take the […]
I can feel it coming in the air tonight… And I’ve been waiting for this moment… Well the wait is almost over for many of us as the folks over at CyanogenMod have just posted the following message ‘The patch to enable nightlies for the AT&T variant of the S4 (jflteatt) has just been merged – […]
For those using CyanogenMod 10 nightly builds. The popular custom Android distribution now comes with an in-house file manager. CyanogenMod 10 File Manager allows the use of elevated permissions (“root”), to perform various file operations and access all items available on the internal and external storage. What does that mean for me. One less app to […]
The CyanogenMod team has announced via Google+ the official release of CyanogenMod 10 nightly builds This includes popular Android smartphones as well as tablets that will now be able to run the latest CyanogenMod, which is based on Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. This is a cool new way to get the updates you want the […]