HyperDroid is not a stranger to me because of the famous weird LCD density on Android HTC HD2. The developer, pongster jumped ship to Samsung Galaxy S II. And bring along his best Android ROM. Here you are ~ Androidmeda HyperDroid ROM for Samsung Galaxy S2. The tagline ~ fast, functional and solid. The very first version of the ROM is based on XXKI3 Firmware (Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread). It is multi CSC, deodexed and zipaligned. Includes goodies like SIP over 3G, Jkay Deluxe Theme, EDT, BLN support, NTFS support, overclock, undervolt…
Tag: Samsung Galaxy S2
Samsung Galaxy S II stock video player is a very powerful video player as it is hardware accelerated. However, it does not play all the video format. Samsung Galaxy S2 supports MPEG4, H.264, H.263, WMV, DivX, Xvid and VC-1 video format at 1080p Full HD. You don’t need 3rd party video player if all your videos are in those formats. But I do have other video formats that I want to play like RMVB, MOV, FLV, MKV… So I tested several free and paid video player from Android Market ~ MoboPlayer, QQPlayer, arcMedia, SeamanPlayer, Kascend Video, VPlayer, BSPlayer, RockPlayer, MX Video Player, Daroon Player, DICE Player and Mobo Video Player. Guess which one is the best video player for Samsung Galaxy S2 which uses ARMv7 + Neon architecture.
Samsung Galaxy S II is a nice smartphone to have. And it might be my next phone. Anyway, here is Samsung Galaxy S II Live Wallpaper for you. Get a feel of Samsung Galaxy S II now. The Live Wallpapers are based on beach and windmills scenes. They change based on weather, day and night. And they should work on any device with WVGA resolution like HTC HD2.
Can’t wait for official Samsung Galaxy S II firmware release from Samsung KIES? Or keep getting no update from your phone Software update? If you are a risk taker and wish to stay ahead of other people, you can always download latest official Samsung Galaxy S2 firmware and install on your SGS2. Most of the leaked official firmwares are for other region and not available on your region. But that does not stop those risk takers to try them out. How about you? Willing to take the risk and install the latest and greatest firmware on your Samsung Galaxy S2?