Samsung

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Samsung has released the update for Galaxy Note 7 devices that limits battery charging to 60 and later to 30% also bringing recall message on the screen. This basically makes Galaxy Note 7 unusable and force users to return their phones so they can get money back. Please read this article for more.
This is the main reason why we decided to make tutorial which removes battery charging limitation and unlinks smartphone from Samsung’s future updates, so users can enjoy having Note 7 devices independent and without any restrictions.

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Galaxy S5 can be updated to unofficial Android Nougat 7.1 custom ROM. Isn’t that great?!
You no longer have to wait unknown period of time for official update to roll out. Beside, Samsung doesn’t guarantee that Android 7-th generation update will be released for Galaxy S5.
Below you’ll find a stable CyanogenMod 14.1 custom ROM that includes tons of extra features, making Android device even more powerful.

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Galaxy S3 is an old and legendary Samsung model, but according to the statistics it’s still valued device among smartphones users. And if you have one, we’re happy to share some good news with you.
Unofficial Android Nougat 7.1 custom ROM has just been released for Galaxy S3, bringing this device into new life.
This is a stable CyanogenMod 14.1 custom ROM that includes tons of extra features, making Android device even more powerful.

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We’re happy to announce much awaited Nougat 7.1 (CyanogenMod 14) ROM for Galaxy Note 3.
The latest Nougat 7.1 update has come for Galaxy Note 3 via CyanogenMod 14 ROM since Google released Android Nougat source code. Thanks to CyanogenMod developers team, Galaxy Note 3 users can enjoy the new generation Android OS, which officially so far not available and never will be on this device.
Just so you know, first Android Nougat 7 update will roll out on upcoming December and only for the latest Google Nexus devices.

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Warning: This tutorial is only for Galaxy Note 3 N9005 International model.
Recovery installation process won’t erase device internal storage, but for safety reasons it’s recommended to backup your data to device SD memory card or PC before starting this tutorial.

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Galaxy Alpha keeps running on Lollipop 5.0.2 and there’s no promises that it’ll receive official Marshmallow update, especially when most of us are looking forward to Nougat 7.0 release. So we thought it’s time to put Galaxy Alpha into 6-th generation OS. Tutorial given below perfectly shows how to do it.

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Warning: This tutorial is only for Galaxy Alpha SM G850F models.
Recovery installation process won’t erase device internal storage, but it’s still strongly recommended to backup your data to device SD memory card or PC before starting this tutorial.

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Lately Samsung got plenty of trouble on its way with the Galaxy Note 7 exploding battery and recall, a mistake that cost the firm $1.5 billion and that is a lot.
Now, talking about the Android N update, expect that to be delayed due to Galaxy Note 7 blunder. But in addition Samsung is expecting at least an extra two or three months development time on top of its usual Android N update release for the Galaxy Note 7, knowing how complicated it will be tying together new Android 7 features with the Galaxy Note 7’s new functionality and S-Pen features.

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As you might already know, Marshmallow update is rolling out for Galaxy A3 devices. However, some models become laggy and their batteries started to drain fast. The only solution to fix it, is to get Lollipop OS back into your device.
The tutorial given below will downgrade Galaxy A3 to the stable Lollipop 5.1.1 OS and hopefully should bring back the smile on your face.

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Couple users requested to make this tutorial, because they felt unhappy with the first Marshmallow 6.0 update received, so they wanted to get their devices back to Lollipop 5.0. As much as we know, there’s a reason for this. After Marshmallow update, some Galaxy S5 models become more laggy and their batteries started to drain fast.
The tutorial given below will downgrade Galaxy S5 to the stable Lollipop 5.0 OS and hopefully should bring back the smile for many users.


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