Check mobile processor: /adb devices <em>List of devices attached</em> <em><strong>1d8568cc </strong> device</em> <em>emulator-5554 device </em> /adb -s <em><strong>1d8568cc</strong> </em>shell cat /proc/cpuinfo <em>processor : 0</em> <em>model name : ARMv7 Processor rev 0 (v7l)</em> <em>BogoMIPS : 38.40</em>...
Samsung Galaxy S3 does not support USB mass storage mode natively. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich seems to disable USB mass storage feature. Latest Samsung Galaxy S2 ICS firmware does not have this feature too. But worry no more, there is an application called SGS3 Easy UMS can help to enable USB mass storage on Samsung Galaxy S3. It will make external micro SD card on Samsung Galaxy S3 available as USB mass storage device. It supports exFAT for the moment (tried FAT32 but not working). Come on, try it out. Don’t stick on Media device (MTP) and Camera (PTP) mode only. Note – root access is required.
Urgent: Use iFaith v.1.4.2 to dump SHSH blobs for iPhone, iPod, iPad – Apple No Longer Signing iOS 5.0.1
I bet it will be a while (weeks or months) for the iPhone Dev Team to release the untethered jailbreak of firmware 5.1.
So, in the meantime, it is recommended to use iFaith to dump the SHSH blobs of firmware 5.0, or 5.0.1, for Apple stopped signing all iOS < 5.0.1. iFaith will use the dumped blobs to generated the indirect signed firmware, so that it does not require Apple's private key in the firmware restoring process.
“accessory connected” Regain control of iPod (iPhone) when connected to head unit such as car stereo systems, or third party speakers
The iPhone might consider as the second best iPod, however, it has limitations. For example, you can not delete the songs from the Music app. You can not control the music app if you connect it to the head unit such as the car stereo system, or to some any third party speaker systems; it display a splash with message “Accessory Connect”. Below, some ways you can get around with your iphone with the lastest firmware iOS 5.x.x