Update AT&T Galaxy S4 SGH-I337 to Android 4.2.2 UCUAMDB Jelly Bean Firmware Using Odin

Galaxy S4

This is a step by step guide on how to flash and install Official Android 4.2.2 UCUAMDB Jelly Bean Firmware on AT&T Samsung Galaxy S4 SGH-I337. This method is updating Android firmware by using Odin v3.07, which is a good alternative to Samsung Kies. This will also help you revert your phone back to original stock or official firmware if ever you want to or if the process of rooting your phone is unsuccessful.

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NiLS Brings the Dismissable Notifications to Lock Screen

NiLS Notifications Lock Screen

If you are looking for a perfect widget to show your notifications to lock screen then this particular application might do wonders for you. However, if you are into a lot of privacy, then you might not want to use this application because whatever happens in your notification area will be shown on your lock screen and if someone picks it up, they can pretty much tell what you’re up to. But that’s for the paranoid. This particular application is available for free on the Google Play Store and requires android devices to run 4.0 or higher.

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Swype Finally Lands on the Google Play Store

Swype

A touch screen phone without a keyboard is basically the most useless thing you will ever see. It is the most important part of communication without which the entire process is fairly impossible. That is the reason why so many applications are developed in order to help ease the process. How efficient you are with your keyboard on your cellphone will determine exactly how productive you can be (so to speak).

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How to Enable USB Debugging On Android Devices Running Android 2.x, ICS & JB

USB Debugging on Android 4.x

USB Debugging in Android is intended for development purposes only. You can use this development tool to copy data between your computer and your device, install applications on your device without notifications, and read log data. Not just that, it is also necessary for activities like rooting or installing custom ROMs on your device. Even if you are a non-developer, USB debugging will provide you with the level of freedom to access and control your device.

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