It’s been a few months since Windows 8 officially gone live. I couldn’t believe it myself that I failed to notice in sounds scheme changes in Windows 8 after days of 6.5 release so I waited for a while to have more updates to push in one go. This should give you better Windows 8 user experiences reflected from real Windows 8 environment.
After releasing ROM update, there’s some people asking about DoCoMo ROM and how to flash ROM version 10.1.D.0.343 with root for locked bootloader. This won’t be a problem for people using custom kernel with recovery support as they can flash root in recovery. However, it’s impossible to get 10.1.D.0.343 rooted with locked bootloader through normal FlashTool methods so here I’m proposing solution for all Xperia Z DoCoMo lovers here.
It’s been a while after calibrating white balance on my Xperia Z. Watching movies in there looks so good why in my laptop looks so dead. I don’t think I can withstand this much longer so it’s time to spend some effort for more enjoyable screen. As this will be quick settings for beginners or lazy people who’s not videophile, I’ll keep it brief with selected value for average use.
As I already made 13 releases for Xperia P so the core itself is pretty much completed. My focus for this ROM will be the best ROM enhancement over stock ROM with new features from other models, best possible sound quality and optimal optimizations that keeps this phone last for a day. You could say this is the best Sony experiences for Xperia Z with this ROM.
I’m building a new ROM for my new Xperia Z right now mainly for even better audio quality. However, it’ll take a while as I plan to try rebuilding audio driver library file for lower latency. Right now I’m on vacation staying at my parents’ house so I decided to build this sound mod for Samsung WM8994 devices instead since I have good chance to reunite with all of them now.
The LG Nexus 4 with the supervision of Google had big problems of production in the first stage of sale. The Korean company has been unable to cope with the many requests for this excellent Android product, often laying the blame to specific marketing choices in Mountain View itself.