Saturday, 28 December 2013

SuperNexus Android 4.4.2 KitKat ROM update for Samsung Galaxy S3

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Samsung Galaxy S3 users have to wait no longer to get the results from latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS. One custom ROM (based on Android 4.4.2 KitKat) is released for Galaxy S3 I9300. It is among the very first such custom ROM for this smartphone from Samsung. This ROM comes from un-official sources and is also named as Super Nexus Android ROM. AS the name says, it is going to provide Nexus like features and facilities on your Galaxy S3.

So be ready to transform your Galaxy S3 into Nexus as here I am going to guide you with a step by step procedure about how to flash this custom KitKat ROM on your Galaxy S3.

But first let we talk about its features. This ROM comes with following features:
• Free from any 3rd party app
• Deodexed
• HSPA+ support
• SuperSU rooted
• VOIP support
• NTFC support
• Ad-Hoc
• New options in Power Menu (all useful ones like recovery, screenshot etc)
• Easy switching between various modes with peripherals
• Fast processing
• 64 tabs for browsing and all can be closed simultaneously
• Downloading of all kind of files
• Better noise separation
• Gesture control
• Lots more

So in short this custom ROM is going to stuff very useful features inside your Galaxy S3 which will give you the chance to explore the hidden environment of KitKat world. This ROM is surely going to enhance your browsing, normal phone using experience to great folds. But still I would advise you to go for this ROM only if you are already using some custom ROM or are really looking forward for testing the KitKat experience. I am saying all this because it comes from un-official sources and it might contain some bugs/problems along with its code. So if you are beginner in Android world then it will become somewhat hard to deal with such issues.

Android 4.4.2 KitKat for Galaxy S3

1. Follow these pre-requisites.
2. Now download ROM and GApps to computer.
3. Move both the files to SD card of Galaxy S3 (via USB chord).
4. Remove the USB cable and boot your Galaxy S3 to Recovery Mode. To do so, first of all switch OFF your S3 and then switch it ON with the combination of Vol. Up + Home keys. You can also use Rom Manger App from Play Store for automating this Recovery Booting process.
5. Now follow these steps.

Once you are done with all the above mentioned steps, you will observe a complete new environment on your Galaxy S3. You can assure the success by navigating to Settings>>About Phone menu. There it will show firmware version as KitKat 4.4.2 (if the ROM is flashed successfully).

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