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    Samsung Galaxy SII
  1. Video demo of the GPS, couple of picture-in-picture screencasts to show GPSinfo and the Navigation screen on the same route too (different trips, immediately following each other): Detailed blog post to accompany all this @ AndroidNZ.net including lots of raw MyTracks KML files for people to pore over should they feel the need.
  2. Hi everyone, I've Rooted my Note using Odin, very simple like most Samsung devices. I've got a full guide here. Basically flash netchips kernel for CWM in PDA in Odin and then flash a SU zip from recovery and you're done (if that isn't enough info for you then check the blog). Current drawback of this approach Vs the zergrush exploit is that you cannot return the Note to a factory state for warranty purposes (the flash counter remains elevated). This means your warranty is really, truly, borked. I'm sure someone will crack it soon, but for now this is the state of play. Video also has bonus demo of the Note running the 'tegra-only' Shadowgun and outputting it via MHL to an external monitor and playing it with a PS3 controller!
  3. Hi everyone, thought this might interest a few others here: Pairing is via the Sixaxis Controller app ($2 on the Market), and there is a guide on pairing here (I made one since the Sixaxis Controller's homepage guide is not very user friendly). Root is required.
  4. Thought some people here might be interested: How to get the updated versions of Swype on your Rooted SGSII/SGSI
  5. ICS Gmail guide for rooted HC tabs. ...and also How to get the updated versions of Swype on your Rooted SGSII/SGSI, in case anybody in this forum also has one of those...
  6. Here they are: http://www.androidnz.net/2011/10/at-your-own-risk-how-to-root-your.html http://www.androidnz.net/2011/10/at-your-own-risk-how-to-backup-your.html http://www.androidnz.net/2011/10/at-your-own-risk-how-to-use-chainfire.html
  7. I posted this in the general forum too, but thought it deserved a special mention here since it fixes a few big problems with music playback on Galaxy devices: Quick heads up about this update. FINALLY my SGSII can read genre tags properly (previously EVERY player took its tag reading from the systems way of reading tags, resulting in genre tags being messed up which really bugs me as I predominantly like to listen by shuffling a genre! FLAC tags also now work properly). More details and download links (no warez) here: AndroidNZ: PowerAMP 2.0 Beta Quietly Released
  8. Quick heads up about this update. FINALLY my SGSII can read genre tags properly (previously EVERY player took its tag reading from the systems way of reading tags, resulting in genre tags being messed up which really bugs me as I predominantly like to listen by shuffling a genre! FLAC tags also now work properly). More details and download links (no warez) here: AndroidNZ: PowerAMP 2.0 Beta Quietly Released
  9. Sorry, when I said ROM here I meant the ROM/ISO you are using in N64oid (either the ISO is bad or its one of the games that N64oid doesn't yet do well with).
  10. Quick heads up to the latest N64oid update - brilliant on the SGSII with MHL: http://www.androidnz.net/2011/09/n64oid-updates-to-24-multiple-bluetooth.html
  11. They need reformatting to Fat32 in the device itself, but after that it works fine. Even works in my Galaxy S on Froyo, and my stock HTC Sensation - I suspect it will work in most SDHC compatible devices. I've already nearly filled the card, oh well... look forward to 128GB cards next year? Better start saving now... Lots more detail with benchmarks and so forth at AndroidNZ: Sandisk 64GB Micro SDXC cards confirmed WORKING in Galaxy S II, HTC Sensation, Galaxy S
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