Today Sunday is also a great day to thank our heroes of resistance in the Forum with the section: Top 5 topics from the AndroidPIT forum! What would an open operating system be without people who motivated software development? In our forum, weekly, we have news and topics related to Android and its possibilities. Today, you follow the five most accessed topics of the week by users in our community.
Most of the time, users resort to a custom ROM because they don't want to keep the manufacturers UI, but the opposite is also possible. This week, the first position of the TOP 5 of our forum came from member Paulo Castro, who provided a tutorial for those who want the "pure TouchWiz experience". Installation can be done by Galaxy S2 Lite users. If you got curious, check out the topic and get your questions answered.
Our moderator Lare S. a f from Moto G. So this week he searched the XDA-Developers the inspiration for the forum's most popular topic: which games are compatible with Moto G? By clicking on the link above, you can see the list of games that run well, those that run with some lags and those that are incompatible.
And Moto G is also the subject of discussion of the third most accessed topic of the week in the Forum. Because of the OS development of the dual-chip version of Motorola's mid-range smartphone, our moderator prefers the one-chip version, as the community of devs It is not customary to use dual SIM models to invest in the evolution of the operating system of such gadgets. If you have the same concern as Lare, give some pointers on where to get Moto G with just one SIM card slot.
The user Christian Mauricio gave started a very interesting topic on the Nexus 4 forum. After upgrading the device OS to Android 4.4 kitkat via toolkit, some experiments with the new software caught the attention of him and other owners of the device. By clicking on the link above you will see what some members of the AndroidPIT forum are talking about Nexus 4 running with KitKat.
In Canada, customers of the three major local carriers reported that the Galaxy S4 mini OS update for Android 4.3 began last week. The update size was 790MB and brings the much-criticized Samsung KNOX – a suite of applications that protect your smartphone against malware and viruses. If you are a user of S4 mini, check out the news of this update in the topic created by me on the forum dedicated to the device.
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