Batista70 FoxHound Edition 2.8 is awesome! Worth giving a try

NOTE :: This will ‘Root‘ your phone! , Tested it on my phone so far Awesome! :)

Guide for Batista70 FoxHound 2.7
1) Copy the ZIP file (not unzip) Batista70 ROM memory of the phone sdcard
2) Unplug the USB memory and restart the phone in recovery mode
3) Now select the “Install zip from sdcard” and then the “choose zip from sdcard” and select the Rom Batista70
4) After the installation select the “reboot system now”

Changelog XXKJ3 foxHound 2.8
-Based on the latest official firmware 2.3.6 WIPE
-Abyss 2.1 Kernel by Angelom
-Theme Original Stock
-Tw 4.5 English By Fr4ggor
-CRT Old-TV Fix
-Added Overglow
-Browser NO Lag no Over scroll + User agent
-Added the Mod-Battery with incremental rate of 1%
-Delete the sound notifications full charge and minimum charge battery
-GPS Quick-Fix
-All Framework DEODEXED zipaligned and optimized PNG and has been compressed to save space
-Mms.apk no MMS auto-conversion -200 contacts per SMS – fixed received time thanks to (muveszur)
-Added the Mod rom to improve the bitrate audio / video
-Romoved the Wifi-sharing
– Added VOIP for Wifi
– Added multilingual T9 Dictionaries
– Camera Stock is better NOW on 2.3.5
-Improved Audio
-Transition animations
-Updated hosts to eliminate advertising and web apps
-Phone.apk CallRec integrated (No Auto Rotation + No Increasing Tone ) FULL SCREEN
-Ringtones ICS
-Notification ICS
-New Market 3.3.1
-Bootanimation SnakeS
-Video and Audio Gtalk Front Camera 2.3.5
-Torch app
-New Titanium Backup app
-New Gtalk app 1.3
-EmailWidget trasparent
-Added CWM app
-Removed some apk samsung
-SparePart plus
-Agile Lock
-App Manger (includes many mod to customize)
-DSP Manager
-Added to change font Fontomizer thanks Guidox
-Added Astro file manager
-NEW Clock Ice Cream
-Remore stock Email.apk and add AOSP Email.apk for No Battery drian + Removing keyguard and other security policy restrictions
-Ram Scrip added
-Included app_process and system_server from Android 2.3.7 (improves scrolling)
-Build.prop tweaks
-Included NEW Script for Undervolt your phone
-FoxHound Update for OTA
-Added more theme in FoxHound Upadate
-Jkay 13.2
-App removed flashable with this ZIP

Abyss Pluss 2.1
Updated kernel to Samsung Update3 Source
Changed frequency range:
Frequency boot and 1200-200 standard voltages for compatibility
Added tweak to the screen sharpness
Revisited every governor
Lowered frequency bus voltages
patch inserted MM
Added conversion RCU
Increase ext4 disk write performance
Updated BFQ i / o scheduler to version 3
memcg fix
inserted tweak to GS2
Fixed the problem Kies cones and USB Tethering
Fixed the problem with orbot
Added compatibility with the application of Touchmove Tegrak (to adjust the touch)
Modified support for video recording up to 100fps (watch the recording at 100 fps still does not work for limitations due to the Roma)
Core support 2nd application parameters changed
Fixed USB problems debugging
CW Recovery Added compatibility for ota updater
Increase battery life and performance
Hard-enabled Float
Added USB Tethering
AbilitatoBT BT_Wake logs for debugging
Adding CleanCache
Fixed fuel alert wakelocks
backport new 3.0 kernel block driver
Added possibility to insert Custom Boot Logo
(Sd in creating a folder called logo.jpg into the logo and copy, format 480×800, before flashing the kernel)
Changes in ondemand governor:
Improved stability
Posted wifi bugfixes
Cpufreq bugfix
Disabled Frame pint
Added battery calibration
Added auto-backup efs directory in / data / .Abyss
Removed iowait-is-busy-tunable code
Added Samplig down factor tunable queues
Minimum sampling rate set to 10ms
Enabled fast start
Cpufreq: optimized (deleted some unnecessary loops)
Faster output from deep sleep
Increased performance
Optimized Jhash 3
Modified wireless: fixed memory leak in case of failure of dhd_bus_init
Modified TCP
SLUB: Order slub_max set to 0
Modified workqueue
EMMC put to sleep before the suspension
Modified ondemand governor
Modified driver vibration
Added low-power idle notifier
Other minor changes to improve compatibility
Updated to Recovery CW
Input-hotplug tweaks pm
patch inserted CK2
included smooth scaling cpufreq
ARM optimized algorithm RWSEM
Updated some files based on
Fixed bug that brought to power on the screen frequency to 1536-600
Fixed wrap timers to 4,294 sec.
Added EXT4 file tweaks
Timer slack introduced cgroups subsystem (for less wakeups)
Adjust frequency based on events that take place with the second screen on / off
Adding RCU Classic
Introduced and improved macros for memory copy
MALI-400 GPU Disabled State Tracking
Removed Sync in workqueue wakelock
Faster access to cgroupfs
Modified some routines of management mmc
Fixed the problem with some governor in the management of the highest frequency.
All kernel functions Abyss


Android 5.0 Jelly Bean Could Launch As Early As This Summer

While some of you are still waiting around (possibly indefinitely) for Ice Cream Sandwich to land on your Android device, “inside sources” are reporting that Google could be ramping up development of the next version of Android 5.0 Jelly Bean, with a release sometime during the 2nd quarter of this year. According to Digitimes, Google is looking to beat Microsoft’s tablet friendly Windows 8 out of the gate, with Jelly Bean bringing a renewed focus on the tablet experience.
Google’s coup de grace will be Jelly Bean’s unique ability to dual-boot into Chrome OS, without having to reboot or shutdown the tablet. I know that sounds a little strange, so, we’re going to assume they meant a better integration of Chrome within the Android OS. Of course, this is all speculation and rumor, but with Google I/O fast approaching, I’m sure it wont be long before Google announces something on Jelly Bean.
Oh, and until then — here’s a music video made entirely out of jelly beans. You know, if you’re in the mood.



10 billion mobile connections!!

That Cisco’s always been prescient. Three years ago, the networking giant predicted a 66-fold increase in worldwide mobile data traffic — a surge that was expected to dovetail with the spread of 4G networks. With us so far? Sounds pretty obvious sensible, right? Well, the company’s got more wisdom to share from its crystal ball: the outfit’s just released its annual mobile data traffic forecast, and the marquee stat is that there will be an estimated 10 billion mobile connections by 2016. And though Cisco expects the bulk of these (8 billion) to take the form of cell phones, it also foresees a rise in tablets: there will be 5 billion of them, the company says, and that’s not even counting all those WiFi-only models floating around (Cisco tallies WiFi traffic in a different forecast, released later in the year). If the market does indeed swell to 5 billion cellular-connected tablets, that would represent a 25 percent jump over today’s global figure. Moreover, Cisco estimates that by 2016 21 percent of those 5 billion tablet owners will be relying solely on mobile data to get their internet fix.All told, whatever the mix of smartphones and tablets, we’re going to be chugging down an insane amount of data: 10.8 exabytes per month, worldwide, or 130 exabytes annually — a lofty sum that breaks down to 33 billion DVDs, among other cutesy equivalents. One last figure before we sent you off into a statistic-laced coma: 4G will account for only six percent of mobile connections by 2016, but is expected to generate 36 percent of mobile data traffic. We’ll let you newly minted LTE adopters chew on your piggy data-hogging habits; the rest of you can find more numbers in the PR after the break.