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If you are an Infinix Note 4 user or a phone repairer like I am, you might have tried rooting an Infinix Note 4 or installing a custom ROM firmware. Also, maybe the phone has run into bootloop or has a virus infection that needs flashing. If that process hasn’t gone well, then you will need to flash the stock ROM to get it in working condition again. If you are an infinix Note 4 android device user and looking for Stock ROM of your device, you can find it here.

By downloading and installing any of the firmwares provided here, you will able to enjoy 100% Android experience in your smartphone. The rom is  given officially by infinix technical team.

Click here to see how to flash your Android phone.

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Since there are four build types of the Infinix Note 4, locate your build number below and download your version. You can find your build number in Settings-About Phone.





Note that when you press Download, yoy would be taken to a secure page. Wait for 5seconds and press Skip now at the top right corner of the page. Comment if you face any issues.

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November 16, 2017 0 comment
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Android 8.0 – Also known as Android Oreo is here! And that’s not the fascinating part- It comes with a lot of special features too! According to Google, Android 8.0 Oreo is the most palatable mainstream Android version yet. It is visually consistent, simplified, feature-rich and polished. Oreo is clearly designed to appeal to as wide an audience as possible, from satisfying the die-hard Android fan with its comprehensive feature set and advanced customization potential, to accommodating the iPhone switcher or tech debutante with its simplified layout and intuitive user experience. OEMs are even on that list, and we’ve seen increasingly more of them give up the manufacturer skin game in favor of what Google serves up. Oreo is for everybody indeed. But not many people know about how you can operate your Android without touching it

 Smarter, faster, more powerful and sweeter than ever. The world’s favorite cookie is your new favorite Android release! Note that supported Nexus devices will have a slightly different experience, as will devices by other manufacturers when they get the Oreo update. So while your Oreo experience may look a bit different, the underlying features described here will be fundamentally the same.
But in a realistic view, it is unfair to know that the update is only available for Google Pixel devices for now, as usual. I wonder when Infinix Mobile would have the update, if their Infinix Hot 4 Pro doesn’t fully have 7.0 a year after nougat was released!

What’s New With Android Oreo?

The Settings menu is the most obvious place to start, as it has been further refined from what we saw last year. Most notably, the Settings menu in Oreo has been greatly reduced in size from previous versions of Android. For example, Network and Internet covers everything under that area, like Wi-Fi, mobile network, data usage, hotspot and tethering, VPN and airplane mode.Some Settings categories, however, like battery and storage, do still show that critical information.

Even within those categories things are kept simple. What Google considers to be more advanced options appear in a drop down menu. 

Notification Bar:

You can rearrange the order of the Quick Settings, which will be reflected in the on/off toggles at the top of the notifications shade, and long-pressing an icon still takes you to the full Settings menu for that feature. Persistent notifications, like for apps running in the background (password managers, weather, Tasker and the like), will appear in more condensed notification cards, which you can expand for more information.

Taking control

Android 8.0 is also more about assuming control than any previous version of Android. Whether it’s Google putting the brakes on rampant resource-hungry app processes or users having more power to limit what apps can access and how notifications are handled, Oreo can do it.

When Should You Expect Android Oreo?

The first people to get Android Oreo are those using Google devices, like the Nexus 5X or 6P, and the Google Pixel and Pixel XL. Google handles the software development for those devices and is obviously working to get the update rolled out as soon as possible, so they’ll get it first. You’ll still have to wait for your wireless carrier to sign off on the update to ensure that cellular radios keep working, but that normally doesn’t take long.

Google has said that the update will hit Pixel and Nexus devices “soon.” Google said the same thing last year about Android Nougat, and over-the-air updates rolled out a few weeks after the final beta was pushed to developers. Based on that timeline, we’d hope to see the first Nougat updates by the end of September at the latest. More devices will follow before the end of the year, and based on past experience, newer phones will get Android Oreo first. Google says that device manufacturers “including Essential, General Mobile, HMD Global Home of Nokia Phones, Huawei, HTC, Kyocera, LG, Motorola, Samsung, Sharp and Sony” will launch or update Oreo devices before the end of the year. Infinix 7.0 update is wonderful!

August 26, 2017 0 comment
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Less than two months after the launch of the Infinix Note 4 and Note 4 Pro, Infinix Mobility is set to release another smartphone into the Nigeria. The device will be launched in partnership with Jumia.

The phone is to be called the Infinix Hot 5  with model number X559 and according to infinix and it belongs to the product series that delivered one of the best-selling smartphones on Jumia across 15 markets in 2016. after the release of infinix hot 4 and hot 4 pro , users have been waiting for a new update. Infinix Mobility tagged it #MyHotPadi on a facebook post few hours ago, claiming that everyone has one special hot padi as friend and the Hot 5 will be the hottest padi for you. Infinix hot 5Do you agree with that? Oh maybe after seeing the specs, you will make your decision.
Just as we now know we would soon have the Infinix Hot 5 and Hot 5 Lite in time to come, we might also have the Hot 5 pro which might differ in one or two specs. Although, I have confirmed that the new smartphone will be launched around the end of this August, specific date is yet to be out, though many fans on social media platforms INCLUDING ME are not happy how Infinix releases phones in quick succession, highlighting that it makes their phones look outdated when it’s still actually a new phone.

Infinix Hot 5 and Hot 5 Lite will have a better Double Flash with clearer image in the dark than the hot 4.

It will also come with Double Microphone, 3 D stereo best performance, and communication. They are both going to run Android 7 nougat out of the box. Well, let’s see the reviews, features and specs of Infinix Hot 5.



  • Platform: Android 7.0 (Nougat), XOS Skin
  • Processor: 1.5GHz quad-core Processor (MediaTek MT6580)
  • GPU: Mali 400
  • Memory: 2GB RAM
  • Colours: Scarlet Red, Sandstone Black, Turquoise Dream, Luxurious Gold, Sapphire Blue (Interchangeable Covers)
  • Dimension: 156.6 x 76.2 x 8.8 mm
  • Weight: 175g
  • SIM Type: Micro SIM
  • SIM Count: Dual-SIM, Dual Standby


  • Display: 5.5-inch FHD Display, 720 x 1280 pixels (267ppi)
  • Screen Protection: –


  • Rear Camera: 8 MP Camera, LED Flash, HD Video
  • Rear Camera Features: Autofocus
  • Front Camera: 5MP Camera, LED Flash


  • Built-in Storage: 16GB Storage
  • Memory Card Support: Yes, up to 64GB


  • 2G GSM: 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900MHz
  • 2G CDMA 1X: No
  • 3G WCDMA: 850 / 900 / 2100MHz
  • 3G CDMA EVDO: Yes
  • 4G LTE: No, but Hot 5Pro would have 4G connectivity.


  • GPRS: Yes, up to 48kbps
  • EDGE: Yes
  • 3G/WCDMA/HSPA: Yes
  • HSPA+: No
  • CDMA EVDO: Yes
  • 4G LTE: No
  • WLAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n
  • Wi-Fi Hotspot: Yes
  • Bluetooth: Yes, Bluetooth 4.1
  • NFC: No
  • Infrared Blaster: No
  • USB Port: Yes, microUSB 2.0, USB on the Go


  • SMS/MMS: Yes
  • Instant Messaging: Yes
  • Push Emails: Yes
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  • Music Player: Yes, mp3, WAV, FLAC, eACC+
  • Video Player: Yes, MPEG4, H.263, H.264, XviD
  • FM Radio: Yes (with RDS)
  • Loudspeaker: Yes
  • 3.5mm Jack: Yes


  • Navigation: Yes, GPS with A-GPS
  • Maps: Yes, Google Maps


  • Digital Compass: Yes
  • Accelerometer: Yes
  • Proximity Sensor: Yes
  • Light Sensor: Yes
  • Barometer: No
  • Pedometer: No
  • Gyroscope: –
  • Fingerprint Scanner: Yes (Rear)
  • Iris Scanner: No
  • Intelligent Digital Assistant: –
  • Motion Sensing / Gesture Control: –
  • Voice Control: –


  • Video Streaming: Yes
  • Active Noise Cancellation: Yes (with dedicated mic)
  • Wireless Charging: No
  • Water Resistant: No
  • Dust Resistant:
  • Image Editor: Yes
  • Video Editor: No (download at store)
  • Document Viewer: No (download at store)
  • Document Editor: No (download at store)



The price of Infinix Hot 5 in Nigeria is expected to range from 45,000 Naira to 50,000 Naira and will be available on JumiaKonga, Slot and other ecommerce stores as well as physical Infinix stores nationwide.

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August 18, 2017 0 comment
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Android O is gaining popularity gradually. Or should I start by telling you that android 8.0 is the Android O?Specifically, August is going to be a great month for Android enthusiasts. Two Android flagships are coming, including the Nokia 8 and the Galaxy Note 8, and Google is going to upgrade the Pixels to Android 8.0. A new report says Android O’s launch is right around the corner.Android O

Android Police’s David Ruddock said the Android O for Pixel phones was pushed back for unknown reasons. He added that August 21st might be the new release date for the update, according to a source, or the day of the solar eclipse. Google is apparently planning some major event for the Android O name revelation, a “spectacle” bigger than the usual new Android statue unveiling event. Does that mean Android will receive a hot name like Oreo? We have no idea at this time.

Evan Blass chimed in during the weekend, offering the same launch date for Android 8.0. “Android O release scheduled for the week of 8/21, “most likely on the 21st itself,” he said with confidence.

Android O is currently available in beta version, and you can try it on your handset as long as it’s a supported Pixel or Nexus device. Given that the final release is almost here, the beta version that’s currently available should offer you a kind of decent overall Android O experience.

Google, meanwhile, is yet to announce anything. What we do know for sure is that the Android O update should drop at some point this month. It’ll be compatible with the Google Pixel and Pixel XL, as well as the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P. We don’t expect any new hardware announcement from Google at this point in the game. The Pixel 2 series should be unveiled in late September or early October, about a year after the first Pixels.

August 14, 2017 0 comment
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