Garmin MapSource is computer software that is included when you purchase a Garmin map product on DVD or CD. You can plan and organize trips with Garmin MapSource.
Want to try the latest and greatest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on Samsung Galaxy S III? You are in luck today. XDA Developer, Faryaab created an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean ROM for Samsung Galaxy S3 from Galaxy Nexus Jelly Bean OTA. And it is using modified CM9 Kernel. One thing to take note. This is a very early build. So far on the first version that I tried. These functions are working ~ ADB, touchscreen, hardware acceleration, notification LED, cellular radio (but no audio so no calls), physical buttons, SMS, accelerometer and charging. There rest of the stuffs is not working like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, audio, camera, MTP, storage… Anyway, you can give it a try and have a feel of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean on Samsung Galaxy S3. Note – don’t try it with external SD card plug in. Else it will be corrupted.
Use NFC feature on your Samsung Galaxy S4 most of the time? This NFC screen locked / off mod will ease your life then. No need to turn on and unlock Galaxy S4 in order to use NFC function. Just put your smartphone near NFC device or tag will do. Working when screen if locked or off. There are several firmwares are supported on both odexed and deodexed like XXUBMF4, XXUBMF8, JUBMG3, XUBMGA, XUBMG1 and CUAMF3. More to come…
Yeah… Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread is available on HTC HD2 now. Thanks to XDA Developer, Tytung. It is actually a mixed of Nexus One 2.3.6 OTA (Android 2.3.6 GRK39F) and Google’s AOSP Nexus One 2.3.5 (Android 2.3.5 GRJ90). This build is using tytung_r12 kernel with mic gain support. Has latest Android Market v3.1.5 and SuperUser v3.0 too.
How to install Amazon Kindle Fire adb USB driver? Kindle Fire adb USB driver is a must installed component if you want to root Kindle Fire, install TWRP 2.0 on Kindle Fire and talk to Kindle Fire from PC. However, Amazon does not provide Kindle Fire adb USB driver but just provide USB mass storage driver only. You can install Kindle Fire adb USB driver the hard old way here with Android SDK Development Environment. Or just install Kindle Fire adb USB driver the simple way by follow below step by step video guide on Windows 7. Then use Kindle Fire Utility to do other stuffs like rooting and install TWRP 2.0.