This is the TouchWiz's port for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
THIS is the direct link and THIS is the official XDA thread.
Credits: @emwno and his credits
ONLY FOR ANDROID FROM 4.1 TO 4.2.2
on 09/15/2013 – Made popular on 09/15/2013
Is it possible to port touchwiz 4 ics from the galaxy s 2
I saw it on the nexus s 4G. I hate touchwiz 3.0 GB and our phones don't have official touchwiz 4.0 ics. I wish I could do it but I'm not a developer.........Yet. :sly:
I'm new to android, just got the Galaxy S5. I was looking at the difference between the touchwiz and touchwiz easy settings. I prefer the touchwiz, but I noticed that touchwiz easy has a magnifier app that i liked. When I switched back to touchwiz, that app is not in my applications anywhere.
The latest firmware release for Galaxy Note n7000 (LRQ) has a massive change in its interface. Samsung has released the new touchwiz interface which you see in Galaxy S3 and Note 2 along with new features like Gallery etc.
Title says it all. I am trying to develop an app that "unlocks" certain attributes either with credits earned while using the app or credits bought by users who don't want to spend the time earning the credits. Many apps use this same strategy, however, I have no idea how this is done. Anyone know of some references / tutorials online? Or even books for that matter?
Steve 'Cyanogen' Kondik leaves Samsung | Android Central
And don't act like you have more knowledgeable input on the state of touchwiz as Steve Kondik, former employee of Samsung and former lead dev of Cyanogenmod. See, this is why many are rather indifferent with the Galaxy line. Samsung loves to pack feature after feature into touchwiz, regardless of quality control.
Back in July, we reported that we should all expect Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to hit the Samsung Galaxy S III sometime in Q4. It looks like Samsung is very well on that track as a leaked version of a TouchWiz based Jelly Bean ROM (XADLG4) has been spotted running on a Galaxy S III (i9300).