Only a few days after seeding a minor v1.74 stability update, Sony has officially rolled out the anticipated firmware v1.75 update for its PlayStation 4 console, adding support for Blu-Ray 3D playback and improving sound quality on Blu-Ray and DVD videos during 1.5x playback speed. You can download the PUP file for this update via the direct download links given below.
Samsung Galaxy S3 I9300 users can now upgrade their phone to the latest MIUI V5 (version 4.7.25) official custom ROM based on Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS. Apart from offering the latest MIUI V5 experience on top of Android KitKat, version 4.7.25 Developer Version brings a slew of UI overhauls, bug fixes and feature enhancements (full changelog given below). In this article, I’ve put together an elaborated step-by-step tutorial on how to upgrade your GS3 smartphone to this custom ROM. Just make sure you’ve carefully all the prerequisites twice so that you don’t get your phone screwed up with a void warranty.
For those who didn’t know or weren’t sure, MIUI (pronounced Me-You-I) is Xiaomi Tech’s proprietary Android-based user interface (somewhat similar to Huawei Emotion UI) that features colorful icon packs, smooth animations, streamlined interface, exceptional performance and above all, hardcore stability. If you’re a person who likes experimenting with different ROMs & firmware then I’d definitely recommend you to take it for a spin too. Enough chatter, let’s go to work! [Read more…]
Huawei has officially started seeding out a new firmware (build L10V100R001C00B126) for the international European variant of its Ascend P7 (L10) smartphone in Germany as an OTA (over-the-air) update. This firmware is still based on Android 4.4.2 KitKat & EMUI v2.3 and is primarily a performance update aimed at providing users with a bunch of bug-patches and stability improvements. Its further details and direct download links are given below. [Read more…]
The guys working over at C-RoM recently made their latest v7.1 C-RoM custom ROM based on Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS for a great deal of devices. Having the original code grounded from popular Android custom ROMs like CyanogenMod, Paranoid Android and CarbonROM, C-RoM v7.1’s lightweight package comes with tons of handy UI features including Peek, Halo, Floating Windows, On-The-Go Mode, Gesture Anywhere, revamped system layout, ad-blocker implementation, patches for wallpapers & theme engine, readdition of Density changer, new Animation Controls, Active Display, as well as a new option to hide icons from notification bar.
Sounds pretty cool, right? In this article I’ve put together an elaborated step-by-step tutorial on how to install the v7.1 Android 4.4.4 KitKat custom ROM on your HTC One M8 (aka All New HTC One 2014). Just make sure you’ve carefully read all the prerequisites first to make sure the entire process goes in a breeze – without encountering any serious problems. [Read more…]
Only a day or two after updating the Snapdragon variant of Galaxy S5, Samsung has also started seeding out a similar firmware update (build G900HXXU1AGN3) for the Exynos Galaxy S5 (SM-G900H) in several Asian countries including India, Vietnam and Indonesia. Weighing around 200MB, it’s still based on Android v4.4.2 KitKat OS and is primarily aimed by Samsung at providing users with a couple of performance enhancements and stability patches to improve the general usability. [Read more…]