Archive for July, 2012

HTC One X Gets Rooted Application That Boosts Gaming Quality

July 25, 20120 Comments

With smart phones in general getting bigger, smarter, and much faster, one would think that the most recent line of devices would need help with something as trivial as gaming. However, even as smartphones are begin released with quad-core processors and more powerful GPUs, games for those devices are becoming bigger and require more resources [...]

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Updated guide to root HTC Salsa

July 24, 20120 Comments

One of the things a lot of Android users do when they buy a new Android phone is root it. When gaining root access, it allows users to do such things as flash ROMs and apply themes. Unfortunately, when the device manufacturers release a new update, what it does most of the time is block [...]

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Nexus 7 Tablet Receives Compatibility From 10 of Gameloft’s Top Sellers

July 24, 20120 Comments

The new Nexus 7 tablet has been released to rave reviews. The sturdy 7″, quad-core beast is Google’s first truly pure Nexus experience in tablet form. At a price point of $199 for the 8GB version and the vastly more popular 16GB version for $249, the tablet is likely to be the most popular Android [...]

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Host of Transparent Applications Released for the Samsung Epic 4G Touch

July 24, 20120 Comments

When it comes to Android, one of the most underrated parts of Android development—albeit one of the most popular—is theming. While it doesn’t inherently make performance, battery, or anything else better or worse, it would be difficult to find one rooted Android user who didn’t have a theme preference. Whether it be something like black [...]

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Comprehensive guide to root Samsung Galaxy Ace Plus and recover back

July 23, 20120 Comments

Obtaining root and custom recovery is among the first things many Android device owners do upon getting a new device. In some cases, it’s quite easy. An example is the Nexus series devices where unlocking and adding root is dead simple. On some other devices, like the Verizon Samsung Galaxy S III, it can be [...]

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Guide To Which Samsung Galaxy S III Applications Safe to Remove

July 23, 20120 Comments

Oh bloatware, how people hate thee. With the exception of the pure Google experience devices, also known as the Nexus series with a few additional devices, every devices comes with some degree of bloatware. For those who are somehow unaware, bloatware is carrier-specific applications that cannot be removed. Examples include apps like Sprint Zone, Samsung’s [...]

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Pandora Radio App Gets Independent Redesign

July 23, 20120 Comments

Despite the popularity of some applications, the developers never think to update the app with more modern designs. In many cases, as long as the application is still functional, no one really minds all that much. However, when the app and its widget haven’t really had a design overhaul since Android 1.6, it really starts [...]

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How To Remove SMS and MMS From Showing Up In Your Phone Log

July 22, 20120 Comments

All devices from all operating systems have features that users love and features that users hate. In most cases, it’s simply a matter of taste. In others, it makes one wonder why the OS doesn’t have a way to turn that particular feature off. No matter which one, though, developers eventually find a way to [...]

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Definitive Guide for Porting MIUI V4

July 22, 20120 Comments

MIUI is one of the most popular Android ROMs of all time. With CyanogenMod being the king of the custom ROM castle, MIUI is considered one of those ROMs that every phone should have. Typically, it’s based off an AOSP ROM, such as CyanogenMod, but features an iPhone-like UI which we can forgive because it’s [...]

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Learn How to Install htc sensation roms With Bootloader Locked

July 22, 20120 Comments

When Android was first released to consumers in the form of the HTC G1, there was only one kind of root. That root meant that the phone was unlocked entirely, to include the bootloader and all. As Android has evolved, so too has the number of ways to get root. Before, root meant unlocking everything. [...]

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