Yes, you can enable DTS codec support on MX Player. It is working on my Nexus 7 (2013) perfectly. However, DTS audio is not working on my Galaxy S4 with the latest version of MX Player even with custom codec loaded. Not sure why… Anyway, Kodi 14.0 Helix media player comes to rescue. Kodi is XBMC actually. Yup, it has a new name. And loaded with new features like capable of playing back h.265 (also known as HEVC) and VP9 video codecs. However, decoding of h.265 is entirely software based for the moment. So it won’t work well on Android and iOS devices with low processing power. But should work fine on powerful PC system.

Yeah… Kodi is working great with my newly added DLNA media server. I am streaming most of media from local NAS now. However, I still prefer MX Player as it is much user friendly on mobile devices. But Kodi stays on Galaxy S4 due to DTS audio codec support.


Remote desktop function is available on Windows platform long time ago. I always use it when I was a system engineer to troubleshoot server issue remotely. A great tool for IT support. Personally, I prefer Windows Remote Desktop function as it is a lot faster than realtime screen sharing mode like VNC provides. Both have pros and cons. Realtime screen sharing mode is preferred when other remote access to your PC for support / troubleshooting because you can see what he is going at the same time. Guest what? Google has a same tool too – Chrome Remote Desktop.


How to install firmware on Samsung Galaxy Note II with Odin software? Yes, don’t limit yourself with OTA software update and Samsung Kies firmware upgrade. Try out other region official, custom or even leaked firmware (in tar or .tar.md5 format). Waiting is no longer the only option. How to install firmware on Samsung Galaxy Note 2 with Odin? Please refer to below step by step firmware installation video guide to find out…


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Note – You should not face any issue when upgrading to newer official firmware. And your applications and data will be intact (leaked firmware might delete them all). However, you will need to factory reset when you downgrade firmware to older version (if face boot loop issue). Therefore, make sure do a backup before install new firmware.


CyanogenMod ROM is my favourite Android ROM for HTC HD2. But I seldom use CM ROM since Samsung Galaxy S2 because CyanogenMod team does not have Samsung Exynos SoC source code. So you can’t enjoy all the features that can be found on Samsung own firmware. But what make me try CyanogenMod 10.1 Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean ROM for Samsung Galaxy S3? Force 4x MSAA feature (Enable 4x MSAA in OpenGL ES 2.0 apps) in Android 4.2 Jelly Bean is the one. There is no Samsung firmware based on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean yet. So install CyanogenMod 10.1 ROM on Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of the way to test 4x MSAA feature (Google Nexus 7 with Tegra 3 does not support MSAA). Besides, you can also try out other Android 4.2 Jelly Bean features too…

CyanogenMod 10.1 ROM for Samsung Galaxy S3


Who want Google Nexus 4 USB driver for Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8 (32 bits and 64 bits)? Well, you can get it the long way from Android SDK Development Environment ~ Google USB Driver package. Or just download Nexus 4 USB driver only. It is all depend what you need to use it for. ADB (Android Debug Bridge) should be working between Nexus 4 and PC after installed.

LG Nexus 4 USB driver for Windows