Cyanogenmod 6.1.1 Alpha 8.3 for Samsung Galaxy Spica

CyanogenMod 6.1.1 Alpha 8.3 is developed by the Criminal. CyanogenMod (CM) was developed to upgrade the OS Android Galaxy Spica which officially can only use the Android 2.1 (Eclair) into the Android version 2.2.1 (Froyo). The final version CyanogenMod until now 6.1.1 alpha 8.3. version.

CyanogenMod 6.1.1 Alpha 8.3 is developed by the Criminal. CyanogenMod (CM) was developed to upgrade the OS Android Galaxy Spica which officially can only use the Android 2.1 (Eclair) into the Android version 2.2.1 (Froyo). The final version CyanogenMod until now  6.1.1 alpha 8.3. version

download file CM-6.1.1-Spica-a8.3_update.zip and save it in the root of memory card. Before the update, make sure that we use the Galaxy Spica is in the root, at least have used LK2.xx (can be viewed via the Settings menu>> About phone. Before doing the update make sure you have backup all data.

After CM-6.1.1 file-Spica-a8.3_update.zip you copy to your memory card, turn off the phone and boot into the Recovery menu. Select Apply any Zip from SD, then select file-6.1.1-CM-a8.3_update.zip Spica (1), press Home to continue (2), and wait until the update process is complete (3).

After the update process is complete, go to wipe the menu, choose what (4) and select Wipe data / cache (5), once completed, reboot the system (6) (according to the information, if the booting process is repeated 2-5 times it’s natural, but for the case that I experienced, the boot process only once company). At this point in the process of updating CyanogenMod 6.1.1 8.3 alpha has been completed.

After booting is completed, the first thing that appears is the initial setup for Android Froyo in Galaxy Spica (touch icon Android to continue). To get out (through this process), select Skip and proceed to select Begin. Next we will show how to use the keyboard and enter your Google account that is owned.

Once we entered, the Internet connection will automatically run. Some differences can be seen from this comparison Froyo version CyanogenMod than Eclair version can be found on the Settings menu (here there are sub menu CyanogenMod settings that have separate settings, one of which is at the user interface, here we can rotate the screen in accordance with the wishes of 90, 180 , and 270 degrees, the screen can be rotated to the right and left)

Moreover, it can also see a new menu as Spare Parts containing battery information and settings for advanced visualization Android us. In the Applications menu is also no change compared to previous versions of Android, namely the distribution of clear information about the applications of existing and ongoing. For other applications are also experiencing some changes, such as 3D Gallery, Music Player, Camera, and many other changes.

The advantages of this CyanogenMod is the additional kernels developed by other developers so that the Galaxy Spica we can get more leverage.

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