Category Archives: Samsung Captivate

Nexus S Android 2.3 Gingerbread Running on Galaxy S!

It looks like someone has successfully ported a Nexus S Android 2.3 Gingerbread to a Galaxy S. It’s not completely ported yet since a lot of major functionalities don’t work such as voice, wifi, etc…etc… But this is a good sign that it will eventually lead to custom ROMs users can download onto their Galaxy S phones.

Give it another 2 weeks, I bet we will have some

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AT&T Samsung Captivate Only a Penny Through 12/31!


Here’s some good news for those of you on AT&T who’s contract is almost up, you can get the Samsung Captivate for just a penny on Amazon through 12/31/2010. – See Here

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Samsung Vibrant gets DivX HD Certified!

Yup, Samsung Vibrant and all Galaxy S Android smartphones get DivX HD certified.  DivX certification isn’t easy to get and this is certainly a wow-factor that goes for all the Galaxy-S branded smartphones.

SAN DIEGO, Aug. 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — DivX, Inc. (Nasdaq: DIVX), a leading digital media company, and Samsung Electronics Co. LTD, a leading mobile provider, today announced that the Galaxy S™ is now DivX Certified® for HD video playback at 720p resolution. The Galaxy S is the world’s first Android™ mobile phone that is DivX Certified for HD and the second ove

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Samsung Captivate Accessories!


For those of you who have just bought the Samsung Captivate, let me recommend some of the essential Samsung Captivate accessories you will need:

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Samsung Vibrant/Captivate Galaxy S Video Out Cable!


Did you know that all Samsung Galaxy S smartphones including the T-Mobile Samsung Vibrant, AT&T Samsung Captivate, Sprint Samsung Epic 4G, and Verizon Samsung Fascinate all are capable of “mirroring” the phone’s screen to your HDTV via a 3.5mm to RCA cable, which you can get on Amazon for just $3.84.

Need a longer cable so you can play games or surf the web on your phone?

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