Wow… There is lot of great and best Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread Firmware for Samsung Galaxy S II. Really hard to determine which one is the best custom firmware for Samsung Galaxy S2. Personally, I won’t stick with stock firmware which is XWKF1 ~ Android 2.3.3 in Malaysia. And still no update until now while other region already got XXKG3, XXKG5 and XXKG6. Thanks to all the developers who develops these firmware. Some ROMs don’t have Samsung bloatware included while some have. Try out all the top and best Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread ROM for Samsung Galaxy S2 yourself…
Tag: ClockworkMod Recovery
How to install custom kernel on Samsung Galaxy S2?
Kernel is the heart of the Linux operation system like Android. The better kernel you have, the better performance you will get for you Android phone like Samsung Galaxy S II. So what is the benefit of using custom kernel? Most of the custom kernel will give you root access permission just like CF-Root. BusyBox and Superuser should be added too. Besides, ClockworkMod Recovery is also another must have component. In addition, depends on which custom kernel that you install, some have boot animation support, overclocking, undervolting voltage control, multiple tweaked governors, GPU overclocking, I/O tweaks, automatic backup of EFS partition, BLN support and more…
Download SensatioN ROM for Samsung Galaxy S2 (CWM)
SensatioN ROM for Samsung Galaxy S II is another custom firmware that you can try on your Samsung Galaxy S2. It has a nice user interface – SensatioN 2.0 theme. I like its transparent dropdown menu, redesigned dialer and using JKay Theme (you can modify lockscreen, phone power menu). SensatioN ROM v1.5 is based on the latest XXKH3 firmware, Ninphetamine 2.0.5 Kernel and deodexed & Zip-aligned. Samsung hubs were removed and using TwLauncher v4.5.
How to Install CWM NAND Android on HTC HD2? (Video)
How to Install Android on HTC HD2? There are several type of Android for HTC HD2 like SD card Android, NAND Android in MAGLDR format, CWM format and cLK format. CWM NAND Android ROM is the most common ROM for HTC HD2. And I prefer it because I can use Nandroid to make backup and restore. There are several components needed to be installed before you can use NAND Android. But it is not hard to install them when you can follow my step by step video guides.
- Radio that support 576 MB RAM
- DFT MAGLDR Bootloader v1.13
- ClockworkMod Recovery v1.3
- EXT3 partition on SD card
Do take your time to study these guides. Then install them one by one. You need all these components in order to use CWM NAND Android with A2SD+ support.
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- How to Install ClockworkMod Recovery v1.3 on HTC HD2? (Video)
- How to create EXT3 partition on SD card with ClockworkMod Recovery? (Video)
Download LeoMar75 Revolution ROM for Samsung Galaxy S2 (CWM)
Yeah… I love custom firmware. Here is another custom ROM for Samsung Galaxy S II ~ LeoMar75 Revolution ROM. LeoMar75 Rom Revolution v2.5 is a fully ODEXED custom ROM. It is based on latest firmware XXKG6 Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread. Lot of features like mod-battery with incremental rate of 1%, JKAY Theme Settings, fully customizable Extended Power Menu, VOIP for Wi-Fi, BLN… Personally, I like the Revolution boot animation.