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How To Root Samsung Galaxy Note Without Tripping the Binary Counter

July 28, 20120 Comments

For those who are unaware, most of Samsung’s newer devices have what is called a binary counter or a flash counter. They show up when the device is booted into Download Mode and is designed to go up whenever something is flashed using Odin or Heimdall. Usually, rooting a Samsung device involves flashing an insecure [...]

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Jelly Bean Keyboard for any device running Android 1.6 and Up

July 27, 20120 Comments

So we have all come to the realization that not every device out there is going to get Jelly Bean. It’s a sad day but almost everyone knows that OEMs are going to focus more on their current line up than last year’s market and more on last year’s market than stuff that came before [...]

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Galaxy S II and Galaxy S III Jelly Bean Update Reportedly Coming Soon

July 27, 20120 Comments

Oh snap! Most Android users get really excited when they hear about how they’re getting unofficial releases of a new Android version. Rooted Android fans flock to new ROMs with new versions of Android like birds fly south for the winter—all at once at the same time. However, those unrooted users on the Samsung Galaxy [...]

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Batman Boot Animation Released For Some Android Devices

July 27, 20120 Comments

With the tragedy that has befallen Aurora, Colorado, it’s a little difficult to look at a Batman logo without feeling sorrow for the people killed and wounded in what is now being termed as the Batman Massacre. In the wake of the incident, no one can talk about anything besides the heroes who stood out [...]

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Learn how to install emoji on Samsung Galaxy S3 which works System wide

July 26, 201214 Comments

Emojis are pretty popular among all the mobile operating systems and the internet in general. For those that don’t know, Emojis are picture words that are used across the internet. Examples include smiley faces that show up in place of the classic “:)” in most chat interfaces, various animals, hand signals, and pretty much anything [...]

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Learn How To Install Ice Cream Sandwich on LG Optimus One

July 26, 20120 Comments

All hail root! Rooting devices has a lot of inherent benefits. Users have more control over their Android devices and can do more fun things with their Android devices like install custom ROMs, root-only applications, and themes that would not otherwise be accessible to them. The LG Optimus One has had a root method for [...]

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Official Released CyanogenMod 10 Galaxy S with Basic Root Guide

July 26, 20120 Comments

As Jelly Bean makes its away across the Android landscape, devices are getting all kinds of official updates, official custom ROMs and unofficial versions of both. It really is the flavor of the season as each new release brings devices more up to date and people get to experience newest—and most critically acclaimed—version of Android [...]

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CyanogenMod 10 for the Samsung Nexus S Released

July 25, 20120 Comments

Most rooted Android users have at least heard of CyanogenMod. For those that haven’t, CyanogenMod is the world’s most popular custom ROM. Created by Cyanogen back in the days of the HTC G1, the ROM has grown to support dozens of devices and has over a million users. There is a CyanogenMod for each new [...]

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How to Root Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus in few simple steps

July 25, 20120 Comments

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, which is the sequel to Samsung’s first tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab offers quite a bit more than the first iteration of the device. With a dual-core processor, more internal storage, better screen resolution, and much more, the 7″ tablet is one of the main competitors in the 7″ [...]

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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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