Samsung Galaxy Note 2 N7100 users on Orange carrier in France can now update their phones to the latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat firmware (build N7100XXUFNG3). This firmware – tagged with FTM region code – can be downloaded using the direct download links given below and then flashed on phone with the latest version of Odin (v3.09). [Read more…]
Huawei has pushed a new KitKat update for all the variants Honor 3C (H30-U10/H30-T00/H30-T10) to developers, bumping the firmware version from v4.8.1 to v4.8.16. This update is generally aimed at fixing a bunch of UI bugs that were causing issues with Lockscreen, Media Player and Call Dialer. Moreover, it also addresses glitches in FM Radio and MMS functionality. This firmware can be downloaded via the direct links given below in this article.
If you’re already running v4.7.1, v4.7.16, v4.8.1 or B146 firmware on your Honor 3C, then you’ll be able to receive this update via OTA. However, you still need to install one of the aforementioned firmware on your phones before applying this update. [Read more…]
A few hours ago, I posted the FTF links to the Russian version of recently-announced 18.3.C.0.37 Android 4.4.2 KitKat firmware for Sony Xperia M2 4G-LTE (still D2303 variant only, sorry!). Now you guys can also download the French Generic 18.3.C.0.37 firmware using the direct download links given below and then install it on your device with the latest version of Xperia Flashtool.
Akin to other KitKat updates, this firmware also offers the latest chocolatey goodies like new Emoji icons, tweaked UI elements, enhanced performance, improved stability and above all, ability to move apps to SD card. Pretty cool, huh? [Read more…]
Alongside the 2nd-Gen Kindle Fire HD, Amazon has also seeded out new firmware updates for its Kindle Fire HDX (version 220.127.116.11) and Kindle Fire HDX 8.9″ (version 18.104.22.168) devices. Its changelog includes the usual “performance enhancements and stability improvements” aimed to improve overall user experience. You can download the BIN file for this update via the direct download links given below.
Amazon has outed yet another firmware update (v22.214.171.124) for its 2nd-Gen Kindle Fire HD tablet, meant to bring a couple of bug-fixes and enhancements for system performance and overall stability. In this article, I’ve put together a brief step-by-step tutorial along with the necessary download links required for the firmware update.