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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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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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Safely Install the Latest Update for Canadian Samsung Galaxy S III Without Losing Root

September 6, 20120 Comments

Getting an Over-The-Air update is always exciting. Whether it’s a new version of Android or just a maintenance update, OTA’s can bring bug fixes, better performance, better battery life, new features, and all sorts of other great things. The only downside to OTA’s happens if you are rooted, as installing an OTA most often breaks [...]

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Learn How to Return to Stock on the AT&T/Rogers Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket

September 3, 20120 Comments

Getting rooted is great. It allows for a great number of things, including flashing custom ROMs, running root-only applications, flashing custom recoveries, and a whole lot more. In a sense, it’s really like opening up your device to allow you to do whatever it is you want to do. However, if something goes wrong with [...]

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Ice Cream Sandwich Official Update Rolling Out For Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9

September 2, 20120 Comments

Getting an official update is, in many ways, better than getting a leak or an unofficial update via ROM development. For one, you don’t need to be rooted to use it. Simply update the device like you normally would and go. However, perhaps more importantly, is that ROM developers get a stable new base with [...]

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Return Your Nexus S to Stock Using A One-Click Method

August 29, 20120 Comments

Rooting a device can be a lot of fun. Once rooted, you can flash any number of custom ROMs, themes, optimizations, mods, and pretty much anything else you can think of. Sometimes, however, something goes wrong and you need a quick way to get back to stock. Whether it’s turning your phone back into Samsung [...]

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Verizon Samsung Galaxy Nexus Jelly Bean Update Being Held Back by Verizon

August 26, 20120 Comments

When a user invests in a Samsung Galaxy Nexus, it’s because they want the pure Google experience. They want the bleeding edge updates straight from the Google wire without interference from things like wireless carriers or device manufacturers. Unfortunately, for those who got the Galaxy Nexus on Verizon, it sounds as though they that won’t [...]

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Pre-Rooted Stock Firmware Image for Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Released

August 25, 20120 Comments

Obtaining root is among the most popular things that Android device owners do when they buy a new Android device. Getting that all important root access to flash ROMs, mods, themes, etc has become more than just a task, but a tradition and a culture around the Android world. One thing that doesn’t often get [...]

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Verizon Galaxy S III Inductive Charging Cases Work On All Galaxy S III Models

August 24, 20120 Comments

Inductive charging is awesome. For those who don’t know, inductive charging uses an electromagnetic field to transfer energy from one source to another. While the concept is quite old, mainstream practice is quite new and one of the more practical uses for such technology is inductive charging cell phones with modified batteries that are compatible. [...]

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