Galaxy S2, a product of Samsung Electronics, is the mobile device with a slate type screen and running Android 2.3 as basis. While being updated to Android Jelly Bean, there have been constant efforts to port it to Android 4.2.2, through the Vanilla RootBox Rom. It is indeed a great success and the ROM has been one of the most sought after elements. It is also easily to install on high end device, like the Galaxy S2.
Being one of the ideal firmware elements, the ROM brings out multiple usable highlights. It has a combination of all the advantages of other ROMs that are available. It does not club some of the popular ROMs like Paranoid Android and AOKP. For a mobile of such a sleek design like Galaxy S2 it’s recommended to install this lovely ROM. It is also a fact that installing the Vanilla RootBox can eliminate the occurrence of errors. This is the common complaint in Android Jelly Bean as it lacks proper formation. You will also learn from Vanilla RootBox that it is not overridden with aspects from varied sources making it easier to install. You will definitely be in a user-friendly environment while working.
To update the mobile device to have a specific ROM, it is necessary to understand the attributes and the steps to upgrading the device.
Some of the Chief Features
• Highlights of Android Open Kang Project (AoKP)
• Different Hues in the Navigation tab
• Noise reduction for phone calls
• Shrinking keyboard size
• Shortcuts for Security locks for home screen
• Music applications open automatically with headphones
• Clock features
• Per App DPI, Per App Tablet UI
• Management of MMS profiles and Battery power signals
• Monitoring the amount of display light.
Requirements for the Installation
• Ensure that your phone has at least 75% battery charge
• In case of any mishaps, always have a supportive storage of all your phone data so that you can transfer them later after installation.
• While you use the USB Debugging for installation, make sure the storage sets which are dependent on mobile data must be saved or kept as a backup.
• The route for MMS and APN features must be set correctly. Save the phone’s security pin numbers and confirm that the drives are installed properly.
• However with the guidelines on the installation, you can easily do it.
• Connect the port S2 I9100G, the specification of the device to the computer through the data cable.
• Transfer the already downloaded data of Vanilla Rootbox ROM to the mobile device. Never unzip any files that are downloaded. This is one of the key points to be followed in the first phase of installation.
• Now eject the mobile device that’s connected through the data cable. Once removed, switch off the device.
• Check the recovery and then go on to ClockWorkMod, keys for volume are to be gone through to surf the various elements of recovery.
• Wondering what to do with the current ROM? Just do a Nandroid recovery of the current one so that if the newer version doesn’t work, you can go on to reinstall it later.
• Back to the installation, the next is the strategy of wiping all your data which is called as Wipe Cache Partition. This is also a reset option for clearing the cache memory of the phone.
• While clearing off the data from Dalvik Cache, the option called Install ZIP from SD Card flashes.
• With the help of the main key, choose ZIP feature to progress
• Once you have extracted files from scan disk, it has to be accessed next
• The proceeding phase should be downloading applications from Google to extract desired files.
• The final step is to initiate all the processes on the ROM which gives you an entry into the world of Vanilla RootBox.
• To check if then ROM is upgraded successfully in the phone, go to the settings of the device and find it. If you don’t find it properly upgraded, then you should repeat to clear the data from Cache as explained previously.This is a guest post by Mark Bennett of OnlineComcast.com, a site that offers savings and current information on comcast cable.