Attend XDA's Second Annual Developer Conference, XDA:DevCon 2014!
5,730,807 Members 43,494 Now Online
XDA Developers Android and Mobile Development Forum
Forgot your password?

About Me

  • About PeterGuru
    Service provider
    Canada - Rogers Wireless
    City
    Ontario, Canada
    Home country
    Canada
    Occupation
    President of an LED Lighting Company
    Paypal Donation Email
    websierraeric2@rogers.com
  • Signature
    MODEL: ....Samsung Galaxy Note 3
    VERSION: ..SM-N900W8 (Rogers - 32GB)
    RECOVERY: .TWRP v2.7.1.0
    ANDROID: ..4.4.3
    ROM/BUILD: CM11-20140619-NIGHTLY-hlte
    KERNEL: ...3.4.0-gce6df71
    RADIO: ....N900W8VLUCNB7


    "Science will eventually answer ALL questions, thus ending religion's wretched grasp on humanity."

Statistics

Total Posts
General Information
  • Last Activity: Today 03:59 AM
  • Join Date: 23rd March 2008
  • Referrals: 1

Most Thanked

MOST THANKED POSTS
ThanksPost Summary
260 How would you feel if you could make a Nandroid backup, wipe your device clean, flash a new ROM, restore all your personal apps (with settings, SMS messages, and call log intact), all in about 10 minutes? Too good to be true? After all, you prob...
67 I put together a detailed GUIDE on how to do all the following: Change your device Cell ID (aka CID) to the generic 11111111 Re-lock the bootloader Install the latest AT&T firmware, version 1.85 Re-unlock the bootloader Install Clockworkmod Recov...
34 Moderator Edit 12/8/12 Do not use this this method twrp is officially supported for the one x. Download goo manager from the market or check the dev section. It is not my intention to step on the toes of other people who have been more than hel...
19 As many of you already know, I now have both versions of the HTC ONE X, the international version (released out of Singapore), and the Rogers unit with LTE. Although it may still take a day or so, but I plan to use this post to offer my opinio...
17 Here’s a suggestion to save a great deal of time flashing, re-installing apps, and then having to set-up the individual settings within each app. This method works perfectly if you’re upgrading an existing ROM. However, I can’t see any reason ...