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Recommended Installation for Samsung Galaxy S running ICSSGS RC4.2: Semaphore kernel 
Last night I found on XDA forums a recommendation to install Semaphore Kernel onto Samsung Galaxy S running the latest (at time of writing) ICSSGS release, RC 4.2. Read More...

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Ice Cream Sandwich for Samsung Galaxy S (ICSSGS) releases RC4.1 of Android 4.0.3 
The ICSSGS team have released RC4.1 of their ICS ROM for Samsung Galaxy S in the last few days. This release fixes a number of issues including the touchscreen failure bug, the lock screen negative flashing, wifi and radio issues and more.

Check out the official page at the Google Code site for files and updating instructions: https://code.google.com/p/ice-cream-sandwich-sgs/ Read More...

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HOWTO: Update Samsung Galaxy S from Stock, Unrooted Android Gingerbread 2.3.3 to ICS 4.0.3 RC3.1 
My brother, Sluigi, has been more active in using custom ROMs on his androids since we got them. When he showed me Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) on his Samsung Galaxy S it seemed really nice. He did some everyday usage and said it was pretty good so I took the plunge and moved ahead to a custom android ROM.

This is a [almost complete] step by step guide on how to update an unrooted, stock firmware Samsung Galaxy S running Gingerbread 2.3.3 to ICS 4.0.3 RC1. Read More...

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SNIPPET: Toshiba Software and what it all is 
Rainy days are good for cleaning up your computer software. Removing programs you no longer use or never wanted to start with not only frees up hard drive space but also can improve system speed.

Recently I went through my Toshiba L650 and removed a whole stack of software I don't use anymore. I found a whole list of Toshiba software that I would normally leave on the system but this time I decided to compile a list of the software, what it does and whether I decided to keep it installed or not. Read More...

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