Anonymous, 06 Jan 2013bye bye flash videos.. not just youtube videos but porn videos lolYou do know that you can still install flash?
Anonymous, 06 Jan 2013bye bye flash videos.. not just youtube videos but porn videos lolflash is still on samsungs own app store and if you already have it in your playstore dl list its still there
Anonymous, 06 Jan 2013bye bye flash videos.. not just youtube videos but porn videos lolWhy?
Adobe Flash Player work very good on android jelly bean. They just stop the update in google play for the phones that use android versions higher than 4.0.x , i dont know why. But you can still use it. You can download and instal flash player from xda-developers.com or from http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-p...ersions.html
very bad mobile, sucks more battery if you update, gingerbread is still good
bye bye flash videos.. not just youtube videos but porn videos lol
I am using 4.1 jelly bean on my sII,and it rocks and feels better.No root,i installed the rom and its running like magic.Samsung is late i got it.
Anonymous, 06 Jan 2013Better design? S2 is clearly an iphone copy, S2 doesnt even have a design, only borrowed outfi... moreBig LOL to yout nonsense... You know what is so 2007? What you just said about s2 being a copy.
ThomasCarlsson, 06 Jan 2013"Projekt butter" on my S3 is only "placebo" because my S3 is a lot faster ... moreAll kinds of OS optimizations are actually hiding lags. Optimization cannot really make bad things good, it can simply hide it is bad with some tricks.
Sgs2 with the leaked JB, which is out for quite some time, works a lot better than official ICS and the only reason you dont notice the difference on Sgs3 so much, is because it always were really fast, even with ICS. So basically not updating makes no sense and repartitioning is not so bad, did it a hundred times while flashing my s2 and a few times on my s3 lte.
what about other version of SII i mean 9100g 9100p
what about update for this version
"Projekt butter" on my S3 is only "placebo" because my S3 is a lot faster and very much more stable on ICS 4.0.4 than on Jelly Bean 4.1.2! Speeding up the processor and adding new transition-effects to hide lag and guessing what the user will do next is just a stupid way to use "brute force" to hide bad/slow code!
"the update will be carried out through Samsung's KIES only, as it'll re-partition the memory system and will take around one hour or even more in some cases.", this is another reason why my S2 will stay on ICS 4.0.4, and I like to stream Adobe flash movies... in Opera Mobile browser!
mavihs, 06 Jan 2013is it stable??? i'm waiting for official aokp or CM ROM, they should be releasing in couple o... moreI've been using it since a week now, so far so good no problems no freezing no slowdowns like in other bloated roms that I used before even after installing 10s of apps and games, I recommend it for everyone.
vin1, 06 Jan 2013no baby,odin is for rooted phones.And for rooted gs2 phones jelly bean rom is already availabl... moreNo baby, you can use Odin with non rooted phones and flash non rooted stock firmwares (if you wish) but Odin mobile is for rooted phones as a phone obviously needs root access to change its own firmware without using a computer.
traviizter, 06 Jan 2013You know that it's not Google's fault you're not getting updates, it's the phone manufacturer'... moreActually it is Googles fault. It's up to Google to define the standards and guidelines to which Android and the phone manufacturers must comply. The anarchy and "update drama" you currently see is completely on Google, it's their responsibility to bring order.
They could have easily mandated one of two things:
- Either manufacturers provide to Google everything necessary to build a ROM for their phones (which means modules, board specific configuration data, kernel modifications, etc..), then effectively having Nexus-alike support for all phones out there
- They should actually enforce the 18 months of required updates, in a mandatory to each manufacturer (not as a recommendation), throwing out whomever does not comply with this mandatory policy (which is already a guideline for quite a while now).
Jean.androidfan, 06 Jan 2013read well the rest of the post , today the update's availability was extendedOkay will see.