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Posted by on Dec 16, 2012 in Android Tablets, ROM, Tablets, Z_Featured | 5 comments

AOKP ROM vs Official Jellybean ROM for Galaxy Tab 2.0

AOKP ROM vs Official Jellybean ROM for Galaxy Tab 2.0

Android Open Kang Project(AOKP) is a custom ROM project based on Cyanogenmod. But unlike CM which offers only nightlies(as of writing), AOKP has released a milestone(stable) version of Jellybean 4.1.2 ROM for Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 P3100. AOKP ROM’s are light weight and have kernels capable of realtime processor speed stepping thereby giving maximum performance at the same time conserving battery charge. For installation instructions on AOKP ROM in Galaxy Tab2 P3100 see my guide from the link below. http://blog.indiandragon.in/2012/12/install-aokp-jellybean-rom-in-samsung.html AOKP ROM vs Official Jellybean ROM AOKP is a light weight and it includes Nova launcher in addition to default jellybean launcher, due to it’s light weight packaging it does not even include a file browser and of course due to it’s after market nature you have to install google apps in a separate package. There’s nothing new in the UI and it includes all the extra settings found in the cyanogenmod ROM’s and with the ability to customize Navigation, Status and Toggle buttons. The real difference with the AOKP and Official...

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Posted by on Feb 22, 2012 in Android Mobile, Android Tablets, Linux, ROM | 0 comments

Ubuntu for Android is the next big thing from Canonical

Ubuntu for Android is the next big thing from Canonical

Well before the hype surrounding the Ubuntu TV has ended, Canonical has announced the next big thing in the series of Ubuntu on devices – it is Ubuntu for Android. It is ubuntu desktop running side by side on a Android phone with a shared kernel. It would be a normal Android phone but when connected to a dock with monitor  and keyboard  the underlying Ubuntu desktop kicks in and would provide the Ubuntu desktop experience. Apart from the advantages in mobility in carrying a single device which can perform the actions of both smartphone and a laptop, the main advantage would be in Data consolidation. You can synchronize the address book, documents, media and others. When you connect this device to a TV via HDMI the Ubuntu TV application kicks in and lets you manage your media content and view them on your television and also access online contents. When connect to a dock in Ubuntu mode, you can still access all contents from your smartphone like accessing...

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Posted by on Nov 17, 2011 in Android Tablets, ROM, Tablets | 0 comments

Amazon gives source code of kindle fire, Hackers in delight mode

Amazon gives source code of kindle fire, Hackers in delight mode

Amazon today gave away the Source code for its Android powered kindle fire . The tablet-ebook reader is powered by gingerbread version of Android. Hacker’s have already found a way to install Android Market in the tablet which was not included by default and with the release of the source code it has only made things easier for them. Grab the source after the jump, Amazon kindle fire source code...

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