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Joe has been an Android geek for some time now and just loves following it closely. When away from Android, he studies how to program Video Games.

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Multiple Window Mod Ported to International Galaxy Note

December 15, 20122 Comments

The release of the Samsung Galaxy Note II was a game changer in more ways than one. Not only was it the most refined 5 inch offering on the market, but it also came with some pretty impressive never-before-seen additions to the Android OS. Each update for the device has brought more new and unique [...]

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Popular XBMC Application for Android announced

September 10, 20120 Comments

For those who don’t know, XBMC is a very popular underground media center that has a lot of features and a lot of fans. It started out many years ago as a media center alternative for those who hacked their old school Xbox consoles. Back then, it was called Xbox Media Center, which was eventually [...]

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Holo Locker: The Simple Jelly Bean Lock Screen

September 10, 20120 Comments

It’s a sad state of affairs that not every Android device out there is going to make it to Jelly Bean. Mostly because Jelly Bean is so very awesome. Whether it’s because the hardware is too old, there isn’t enough specs to run it well, or the OEM just doesn’t care anymore (sorry HTC owners), [...]

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HiFiCorder Brings Only the Best Audio Recording to Android

September 9, 20121 Comment

You can do virtually anything with an Android device. You can create documents, create PowerPoint presentations, listen to music, take pictures, make phone calls and send text messages, and literally just about anything else you can think of. One feature it can do that isn’t often talked about is the ability to record audio using [...]

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Droid NAS Turns Android Phone Into Mac-Compatible Wireless Flash Drive

September 9, 20120 Comments

There comes a time in the course of technology evolution that things start getting easier and—more importantly—things start getting more integrated. During the age when smart phones were just being invented and mass produced, the idea of your phone and your computer talking was still a wild fantasy. Nowadays, you can sync everything between everything [...]

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Remove the Crap From Old Flashes on the Samsung Galaxy S 4G Using One Click

September 8, 20120 Comments

Being rooted is just great. You have access to dozens, if not hundreds, of features you wouldn’t have if you remained stock. This includes flashing custom ROMs. For those who don’t know—and there really shouldn’t be many of you left out there—custom ROMs are firmware based on Android that users can install and run. They [...]

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SIM Unlock Any Samsung Galaxy Device With GalaxSim Unlock

September 8, 20120 Comments

One of the great joys of owning a GSM phone is the ability to pop in just about any other GSM carrier’s SIM card and the phone gets service. This allows users from all over the world to get devices from across the globe and have them work on the carrier they use. Of course, [...]

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NFC Support Gets Added to Spotify

September 7, 20120 Comments

Spotify is quickly becoming one of the most popular music streaming applications out there. It already has millions of users and it is already being mentioned in the same sentences as streaming juggernauts such as Pandora and last.FM. It utilizes a clean interface, a good search engine, and enough songs to keep it relevant and [...]

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uTorrent Makes Its Android Debut

September 7, 20120 Comments

Torrents have a bad rap because they’re often associated with piracy, but that doesn’t mean they are all bad. Torrents can be a great way for an independent developer to get their software out to people to try or for small name bands who want to promote their work. Even though there are a lot [...]

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Sprint Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S 4G to Receive Jelly Bean Update

September 6, 20120 Comments

One of the biggest disappointments for the Sprint Nexus line is that they aren’t true Google phones. Yes, they are Nexus devices and carry no carrier bloatware. However, they don’t get their updates directly from Google like the GSM Nexus does. Like any other device, the Sprint Nexus line up has to go through an [...]

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