Today Sunday is also a great day to thank our heroes of resistance in the Forum with the section: Top 5 topics from the forum AndroidPIT! 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.
Our newest forum moderator, Bruno Thallyson, provided a tutorial on installing one of the most popular Android custom ROMs, CyanogenMod. The walkthrough can be followed by LG Optimus L7 users. The ROM is still in Beta, but if you're not afraid to face some bugs, you can give your Android a fresh look.
The second most accessed topic this week was also created by Bruno and features Android KitKat apps, extracted from the Nexus 5 Firmware, optimized for the LG Optimus L5. Applications include Google Books, Calculator, Calendar, Desk Clock, Google Email, Google Gallery, Google Camera, Gmail2, Google Home, Hangouts, Keep, Google Keyboard, Maps, Phone, Play Games, Quick Office, Google Street, and more. .
The prerequisites for this process are the root of the device and Android 4.1+.
Another of our newest moderators, Lare S., also signed one of the week's most accessed topics on the forum. How about getting root access to your Optimus L3 II e425 / e435f? While rooting the device will result in a loss of warranty, it also opens up a world of possibilities for resource explorer users on Android. Please note, however, that the liability of your process is your responsibility and that in case of error your smartphone may be damaged.
User Paulo Castro shared a tutorial of swapping internal memory with external memory using CyanogenMod 10.2 on S2 Lite. To make things easier, the idea is to use a Slim CyanogenMod Script and the Root Explorer file manager. If you are tired of your S2 Lite's lack of memory, this may be a great option.
And in the fifth position is a tip created by our well-known Mod, Jefferson H .. How about having a taste of Android 4.4 KitKat on your Galaxy Nexus. Since ROM is in Alpha phase, you will have some bugs, but this is part of the evolution process of the release. If you want to try KitKat on Galaxy Nexus, the prerequisites for this tutorial are installation with usb debugging enabled and custom recovery.
These were the most popular topics in the forum! What would you like to see here on AndroidPIT next week? Let us know in the comments below.
. (tagsToTranslate) CyanogenMod (t) Android 4.4 (t) Kitkat (t) apps (t) Android 4.2 (t) Android 4.1 (t) LG Optimus L5 (t) L7