K ,,,,, !!, 01 Apr 2010any onw out there who can tell me how to install themes on galaxy with firware2.1 Thanks.i guess no themes
I tried the Asian firmware i570EDDJB2 aswell. Seems as if it does not support 16M at all. The screen is not as crisp as the UK firmware I570EXXJCB. well what surprises me here is the difference in the available internal memory which is 168MB in the Asian firmware and 130MB in the UK firmware. I,m sure this is gonna trouble a lota galaxy freaks.
can only unlock by lock key.new upgradation gives some other option like by screen unlock by tapping
Anybody have this feature?
Can anyone plz tell that does this phone comes pre-installed with the applications which tells ur speed, distance and time of traveling by using gps..like it comes in gps phones of nokia
any onw out there who can tell me how to install themes on galaxy with firware2.1
teja, 01 Apr 2010yes by rooting the phone...search opinionsHi
im from india.is spica available in india have capacitive screen?can v unlock screen by using any key other than right side key when it goes off?finally can v update to using windows 7 or vista?
sha, 01 Apr 2010is it possible to install applications on memory card?yes by rooting the phone...search opinions
can u guys unlock spica by pressing any key when screen goes off?or u can do it by only pressing unlock key on right side?
finally they responded to our demand, i hope the full article will be released soon
gsmarena video review is on youtube
gsmarena are reviewing spica with latest android 2.0 after lg eve,, at last they are responding to our requests!
video by gsmarena on youtube
I smell some review is cooking up!!!
got-petrol, 31 Mar 2010has any body updated with the new pc studio yet hey got-petrol!
I'm following here on regular basis. Nobody was able to do that as of now ;)
Hassan, 31 Mar 2010did it by my self, took help from a few tutorials on the net. Though the tutorials are not per... more@hasan :
that's why they used to use the word 'rooting' that i've just figured out. it came from basic term 'root' as we use as superuser on unix/linux, am i correct???
is there any 'compiling kernel' things also??? hehehe... (lol)
sound's challenging to me...
thanks for your reply hasan.
btw, where are you from?