Search Results for: odin

FREE Weekly Newsletter for Galaxy S2 Users!

Stay ahead of the pack with our newsletter and receive "ROM of the Week", get free help from author, get FREE tips/tricks for your phone, stay updated on what's HOT with S2 right now.

Get your Copy of Weekly ROM of the Week Today!

*Note - We do not share your e-mail with anyone else. You can unsubscribe any time.
Subscriber Counter

How to Install Android 4.4 KitKat ROM on Galaxy S2! [GT-i9100/SGH-i777]


For those of you who want to install Android 4.4 KitKat custom ROMs on your Galaxy S2 GT-i9100 or SGH-i777 (AT&T S2), you must be using latest CWM Recovery v6.0.4.3 or higher.

Now since recovery is an integral part of kernel on the Galaxy S2 GT-i9100 and SGH-i777, you will have to flash a kernel with the latest CWM recovery v6.0.4.3 or higher.  The easy work-around this is to install any of latest CM10.2 ROMs then simply reboot into recovery after installing CM10.2, which will give you the latest CWM recovery since CM10.2 comes with it.

But I have made things even easier

Click Here to Read Full Article


CWM/TWRP Recovery

Warning: For GT-i9100 and SGH-i777, installing CWM or TWRP recovery also installs kernel.  This is only recommended to install when installing a new custom ROM.  Installing CWM/TWRP recovery will most likely break the ROM you are running currently as it overwrites the ROM’s kernel.

To use, install CWM or TWRP recovery, then reboot into recovery, and install the ROM as usual.  See How to Install Android 4.4 KitKat ROM on Galaxy S2!

CWM Recovery for Ga

Click Here to Read Full Article


How to Unroot T-Mobile Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean!


T-Mobile just pushed out official Jelly Bean update to everyone with a T-Mobile Galaxy S2 SGH-T989.

Now, if you are on custom ROM or have problems updating, there’s an easy way to manually update or “unroot” your T-Mobile GS2 to the latest Jelly Bean updates.

By unrooting to the latest Jelly Bean, you will lose root (but it’s easy to re-root, root method is same for Gingerbread, ICS, and Jelly Bean).

UPDATE: Now there’s a CWM-flashabl

Click Here to Read Full Article


How to Root Galaxy S2 GT-i9100 Jelly Bean Android 4.1.1/4.1.2!


For those of you who want to root your Galaxy S2 GT-i9100 on Jelly Bean Android 4.1.1 or Android 4.1.2, here’s how to do it easily using a custom kernel.

This rooting process is pretty safe to do, does not erase anything on your phone, it just installs a custom kernel (which comes with a custom recovery) and we root the phone using SU binary and Superuser app.  That’s it!

Step 1. Turn your Galaxy S2 GT-i9100 off.  Then hold down Volume Down, Center Home, and Power buttons together for about 3 seconds until you see the warning screen.

Step 2. Hit Vo

Click Here to Read Full Article


Leaked Official Android 4.1.2 ROM with ROOT for Galaxy S2 GT-i9100!


For those of you who want to try the leaked official Samsung Android 4.1.2 ROM, here’s a root-injected TAR firmware you can install in ODIN or Mobile ODIN PRO. The leaked Android 4.1.2 clearly shows that the official 4.1.2 Jelly Bean firmware will come with goodies like Galaxy S3 TouchWiz UX launcher, widgets, camera that allows stop and go, and some more.

There should be a ton of custom ROMs later this week with this leak but for those of you who can’t wait, here’s a TAR file you can use:


Sponsored Links

Click Here to Read Full Article


Siyah Kernel v.4.0.1 for i9100 Now Supports Jelly Bean and ICS ROMs! [Dual Boot JB/ICS]

Looking to dual-boot Jelly Bean and ICS custom ROMs on your Galaxy S2 GT-i9100?

Well, the latest stable version 4.0.1 for i9100 supports Jelly Bean and ICS custom ROMs, just tested working flawless!


Sponsored Links

Download Siyah Kernel v.4.0.1 ZIP for CWM Download Siyah Kernel v.4.0.1 TAR for ODIN

Click Here to Read Full Article


How to Root ICS on AT&T Galaxy S2 SGH-i777!


Want to root your AT&T Galaxy S2 SGH-i777 on ICS?  If you have Android 4.0.3, 4.0.4, or any of the 4.0.X series, here’s how to root your phone easily using ODIN and Siyah kernel.

By installing Siyah kernel with ODIN, you will get root, Superuser, overclock your phone up to 1.6Ghz (with overclocking app like SetCPU), dual-boot multiple ROMs, and a whole lot more.

Step 1. First connect a micro-USB cable from your computer to your AT&T Galaxy S2 and hold down the Volume Up, Volume Down, and the Power buttons together for about 10 seconds.


Click Here to Read Full Article


How to Unroot to Official ICS on AT&T Galaxy S2 SGH-i777!


For those of you who want to unroot to official ICS on your AT&T Galaxy S2 SGH-i777, here’s how to do that using ODIN.  This will get everything back to stock including your recovery but you can always re-root it easily.

If you don’t want to lose ClockworkMod Recovery and Root, you can also flash the CWM-zippable official ICS update in ClockworkMod Recovery.

Step 1. Plug in a micro-USB cable from your computer to your AT&T Galaxy S2 SGH

Click Here to Read Full Article


Siyah Kernel v.3.3.2 for Galaxy S2 i9100! [ICS]

For those of you dual-booting, overclocking, or just simply enjoying Siyah kernel on your ICS ROM, Siyah Kernel version 3.3.2 is out with the following changes:

USB mode selection in ExTweaks (default, force mass storage, force mtp) some tweaks & patches from upstream GENTLE_FAIR_SLEEPERS and ARCH_POWER selection in ExTweaks battery charging animation, service and lpm.rc from CM9 wifi country code lookup part delegated back to the driver code Linux 3.0.34

NOTE: This is only fo

Click Here to Read Full Article


How to Root Jelly Bean/ICS/GB on T-Mobile Galaxy S2 SGH-T989!


So, here’s an updated method on how to root your T-Mobile Galaxy S2 SGH-T989, this root method will work on both Gingerbread, ICS, and Jelly Bean. (Works on all Android 2.3.4,2.3.5,4.0.3,4.0.4,4.1.1,4.1.2)

*Note – This method is for Windows only, Heimdall does not support T-Mobile Galaxy S2. *Note2 – This method also works for SGH-T989D

UPDATE: This root method works regardless of Android OS version, works on Jelly Bean.

Step 1. First, plug in a micro-USB cable from your T-Mobile Galaxy S2 to your computer then hold down Volume Up, Volume Down, and the

Click Here to Read Full Article