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Do you own a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (GT-P5113) WiFi and have been waiting for the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update for it? Usually, Samsung sends firmware updates to the US variants of its devices rather much late that their global counterparts, but in the present case things seem...

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New firmware updates always come with some new features and improvements and that is why whenever we come to know of the arrival of a new software update from the OEM, our hopes rise high to the sky. Samsung keeps releasing normal updates under the same firmware version introducing...

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For the past few weeks, Samsung has been busy with sending Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update to a number of devices like Galaxy Grand, Tab 2 7.0, Note 8.0, Galaxy S2 Plus and some others too. The Android 4.2.2 update has now made its way to another device. If you...

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Most Android users refrain from gettings involved with stuff like rooting and flashing ROMs simply because they are afraid of getting their phone or tablet bricked while trying to do so. I think it is a wise decision not to play with things one is not familiar with. I...

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There is no native support for third party themes or icons on Android but it does not mean that you cannot theme your phone at all. There are different launcher and widget apps in the Play Store that let you embellish your phone or tablet's screen in various and...

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Firmware updates are always a welcome thing for any smartphone or tablet device user. We are always keen to know when or whether our device will get the latest version of Android. If you own a Nexus device, you might feel a little pumped with air when an Android...

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A couple of month ago Samsung released a list of its Galaxy line up that would be upgraded to Android 4.2 and 4.3. Later we got rumors that OEM will promote some of its older flagships like Galaxy S3 and Note 2 to Android 4.3 directly. It has been...

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I got the idea of writing this guide for the beginners from on of the comments of a user at this post (thanks to him!). It is meant for those who have just started with Android and also those who have been using an Android device but do not have...

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The Android devices from Verizon are considered very hard to hack due to their security and locked bootloaders. A perpetual game of hide and seek is always going on between th biggest carrier of the USA and some of the sharp brains of the Android community. Verizon keeps strengthening...

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Android is the most popular platform for mobile devices like phones and tablets across the world with billions of user base and millions of new activations per day. There are more than 200 countries (dependent and independent) with people speaking various languages. All of us like to have the user interface and input...