Posts Tagged ‘android’
I have Samsung Galaxy S2 smartphone and I’m one big flashagolic. I feel, sometimes addicted to flashing new roms, specially when new interesting version of official firmware comes out. Anyway, sometimes there is nothing to flash, no new firmwares, no new exciting roms. The only option to satisfy your addictive mind is installing new launcher. Yes, it is possible to install new theme on existing launcher but new functionality is more attractive to me than a new look. So, when I flashed recently released Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0.3) firmware on my phone I decided to find new launcher as well. All launchers below are those that I tried during last week or two. I actually tried more but typing too much is not my thing.
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Oh no, USB mass storage is gone on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Samsung Galaxy S II. We should be able to use USB storage mode when enable USB debugging in Gingerbread. But it is not working on Android 4.0.3 ICS Samsung Galaxy S2. I have 2 options ~ Media device (MTP) and Camera (PTP) modes to choose only. No worry, USB storage mode is still available on Android 4.0 ICS Samsung Galaxy S2 but located in other place…How to enable USB mass storage on Android 4.0 ICS Samsung Galaxy S2?
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Have you ever thought “I want to have this feature in my android device but… there is no app like this in the market”? Well, google decided to respond to those, who really want to create their own apps without even knowing a thing about android coding, with the application called App Inventor. Now anyone can try to invent his/her very own android application using only visual interface. No need of coding at all. One drawback – the generated apps are very large, almost too large to be applied on some entry level devices. However, google promises to solve this issue. Here are the introductory word from google:
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