Born and raised Southern California! A being that thrives on the many merits of life, such as Music, friends and family, electronic entertainment and much more! Your source from the mind of a very random individual!
Reblogged from ganjagrimlin
WHY DOES THE MUSIC PROGRAM FOR GALAXY S2 SUCK SO MUCH BUTT IM LITERALLY SO FRIKIN PISSED IT CANT DO ANYTHING RIGHT AND I HAVE TO GO THROUGH MY COMPUTER TO EDIT SHIT AND IT DOES IT ALL WRONG FRIKIN GROW UP AND BE MORE LIKE ITUNES BECAUSE NOBODY ACTUALLY LIKES YOU YOU ARE COMPLICATED AND CONFUSING LIKE THOSE BITCHES THAT GET MARRIED BUT THE HUSBAND WANTS A DIVORCE BECAUSE HE SECRETLY HATES THE WAY SHE WORKS AND ONLY LIKES HER FOR HER SLEEK BODY
Sometimes I wonder why people get androids when they are as stupid and immature as this person. Lol
A pic I took while jogging today. Looking south from here you can probably see Santa Ana and Newport. It was an awesome sight!
Picture of Big Boss from the upcoming game “Metal Gear Solid Ground Zeroes”. I’ve been using this rom for a long while now and it is great! I recommend all of my rooted T-Mobile galaxy s2 friends to try it out! :D
Reblogged from rinnyxsmiles
i’ve heard lots of negative reviews about the Ice Cream Sandwich update for Sprint… anyone care to share their experience please? :) good, bad? does it take long?? if i don’t update will it automatically do it eventually? thanks in advance!
Definitely would not advise getting it. It was a rushed update that will screw your device up. Stick to gingerbread or root your device to upgrade to a much better
Reblogged from drkshdw
Noel Gallagher (via drkshdw)
An accurate portrayal of Freddie Mercury’s reaction to the Jessie J cover of ‘We Will Rock You’. I wasn’t too much of a fan, and from what I can tell others felt the same.
The Android platform is a crazy one with its many different models of phones and software, but what is really amazing are the things people can do to make the android experience custom! Since this is an open source project, people that have interest in further developing the firmware can do just that by means of ROMS! But before one gets to all of that, one must ROOT their device, which is where my story begins.
(Looks scary, doesn’t it?)
If you wish to get in on the latest and greatest ROMs, you must give your phone Root Access. Otherwise, your phone will say “nu-uh!” and craddle you away from getting to technical. Since I have a T-Mobile Galaxy S2, one of the best ways to get root access it to flash a recovery tar via Odin. I have to admit this part was kind of scary, but before you know it, you now have a recovery mode to enter in now! Once that was done, I had to flash “Super User” in my newly installed recovery mode called “Clockwork” and Ta-da! A phone with root access! Now came the part I was itching to do: Flashing the roms!
it was at this stage I started flashing rom after rom after rom. My first one was the Darkside Rom, which is an Ice Cream Sandwich rom. I loved the look of it, how it functioned, all the goodies that came with it and the nice boot up and shut down animations. all were very nice. After a While I truly missed gingerbread, so I jumped back to a rom by the name of “Juggernaut”! It was a very nice Gingerbread rom that performed speedy quick and had nice customization settings. All went well until…
(Not the exact same phone, but still the same concept)
I was attempting to flash a rom THAT WAS NOT MADE FOR MY EXACT PHONE MODEL, and then my phone went into eternal sleep. Essentially I drowned my phone in the lake, BUT, its sleep was not eternal, as the guys over at MobileTechVideos.com had a solution to this depressing problem and brought my phone back to life!
I took a big risk in choosing this phone to do my learning on, and as of now I am very very knowledgeable in this area. I now know things I have to be aware of and the things I should do to be a safe flasher. I’m about done flashing around with my device as I am very happy with the rom I have now, but I will offer you guys some safety reminders before flashing stuff:
1. Be sure the rom you install is made specifically for your phone! A place like XDA will not only ensure that, but will instruct you how to install the rom properly.
2.Backup any personal apps + data you don’t want to lose via apps like titanium back up. that way you can install them again as if you never deleted them!
3. always be sure to wipe your phone squeaky clean before installing a new rom! After it does install, a good cache wipe wouldn’t hurt! if you’re a tmobile galaxy s2 user, look on XDA for the Darkside Super Wipe and the Darkside Super Cache Wipe… They’ll clean your system good!
just keep those in mind, and your Rooted Android Experience will be a great one! :)