Quick question rom is a beast for start but only thing I need is the stock calendar. Is there anyway I can install that to run like the stock version? Thanks in advance:confused:
I've been using the stock calendar app for the most part. I'm a Jorte user normally, but I always try to embrace the stock apps. I like the look and its functional but I can't find a way to get it to display standard holidays automatically. I'm synced with all my usual calendar apps and everything else came over. Anyone else using the stock calendar app and figure this out?
I apologize in advance because this is such a basic question I'm sure it has been answered, but there are already 160 pages in the rooting thread and I can't find my question answered in there from a quick search.
If I have a GS3 running stock ICS and I want rooted JB, should I update to JB over Kies and then follow the rooting instructions, or can I simply start with the rooted JB rom over my
Hi can anyone tell me if you just use odin to root your GS3 and do nothing else except run the rooting process will it reboot and still have stock ICS 4.0.4 on my device and will I still be able to download the upcoming OTA jelly bean update from Samsung?:confused::confused:
How can I disable the stock calendar? I use Google calendar and am getting 2 notifications for every event. I need to disable the stock calendar or prevent it from pushing notifications. Is there any way to do this? Thanks!
i did look around sorry i could not find the info:confused: sorry if this has been asked and answers kindly do help me :confused::D
my question is how can i re lock the bootloader and add back the stock recovery i just want this info in case i need to do the same in the future:laugh:
When I upgraded to LiquidSmooth (which is a great ROM), It had a different camera than what Im used to. I did a search and could not find it, but is there a "how to" on all the new features? Some are self explanatory, but others are not so cut and dry.
Also, I didn't see it, but the thing I miss is the anti-shake feature.