I plan on rooting installing cwm and getting rid of bloat. With a jellybean rom is there a true benefit to using a custom rom? Which is the best one cm10? Paranoid Android?
So I admit I am an avid user/fanboy of iOS, and have been for some time. For my birthday, however, I got a Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (GT-5100), and I plan on making the most of it. On my iOS devices, I've jailbroken them, and I understand everything there is to gain and benefit from them. With Android, I'm lost.
I hate to ask but only because I don't know what I'm doing really and i sure as heck don't know where to find the newest cm10 jellybean romantic to put on my phone and was hoping one of you guys knew and wouldn't mind pointing me in the direction to find it.
I stumbled my way back in the day rooting my droid x, but i never put custom roms on it. This will be the first time I've ever done this.
After 6 years with a Blackberry followed by 3 with an iPhone, I just got a Nexus 4 the other day, and I'm loving it. I was having a few issues and became aware that there's a community of guys who are rooting Android phones and installing custom ROMs etc.
Not sure if I am alone on this and I am sure I will probably get a lot of heat. Our 7.7 has been out close to a year now (correct me if I am wrong) and I am a bit sad that there isn't much development on this tab.
Hi Guys I have My NEO V About a month now It was amazing till I found out about this Custom **** roms and Kernels So I Rooted My Phone After 5 time Fails Now I have 3 kind of kernels and 3 custom Roms but non of theme works And my phone doesn't have android for a week now I do every steps of fast boot and installing and wipes But when I rest My phone Nothing Happens !!!!
MY Roms : AOKP JB , ga
I'm looking to try some 4.4 custom ROMs on my GF's GSM Galaxy Nexus for the first time coming from stock.
Am I right that, I need to: 1) Unlock the bootloader and 2) Install a custom recovery before I can flash a ROM, right?
What would we be the easiest way to achieve both? I've read some stickied posts and I think using the Nexus toolkit is the easiest way.