Rooting

What you can do with your rooted device

Find Out if The Newest Android Version 4.4 Is Available for Your Phone

The Factory Images for Nexus Devices have come out, which means that Google has officially rolled out Android 4.4 (Kit Kat) for specific devices. Factory images also mean that cell phone manufacturers such as Samsung and HTC are probably already hard at work updating their customized versions of Android 4.4 to release to consumers. See if yours is on the list!

Continue Reading...

How to Flash A ROM (And What to Do Before & After Flashing)

If your Android powered smartphone or tablet is rooted then this is something you probably do once a month (or every other week for you flashaholics). If you’re just getting into rooting then this quick video will certainly make things more clear for you in terms of flashing a ROM.

Continue Reading...

How to Root Your Nexus 4 (Simplistic, Downloadable Guide Included)

As I mentioned in my last article, after a painfully long wait, I finally received my Nexus 4. Not more than four hours after picking it up from the T-Mobile store, I rooted the beautifully shinning voice and made a backup. After that it was time to put a custom ROM on. “Why a custom ROM you ask?” This is why:

Continue Reading...

Jelly Bean & Ice Cream Sandwich Get Along Better than Obama & Romney

Jelly bean is the thing that many of us Android fans are waiting on. It’s only been officially released for one phone, the Galaxy Nexus, but as usual there are bits and pieces of it that you can place on your device to hold you over. For instance, if your device is already running ice…

Continue Reading...

The Ultimate Video Guide for Your Samsung Galaxy S III

[Dropcaps] Just like in high school, there’s always the new kid on the block w hen it comes to Android.  It’s the phone with the best specs, best graphics, numero uno…the one that  everyone is talking about and can’t get enough of.  This time around the Galaxy S III aims to captivate a mass audience in hopes…

Continue Reading...

Give Your Android Phone A More Powerful Version of Ice Cream Sandwich

Nexus S 4G owners! Remember when Google announced Ice Cream Sandwich would be coming to your phones and you were all excited?  And then you waited…and waited…and waited…and it came out for the Nexus S but not for your phone?  It was frustrating wasn’t it? Verizon Galaxy Nexus owners!  Remember hearing that the Sprint version…

Continue Reading...

Get Google Now, Well…RIGHT Now!

[Dropcaps] Some people have said that Google Now is the answer to Apple’s Siri.  In my opinion, it does more.  Google learns based off the items you’ve searched and because of that, it can provide you with the best results when using Google Now.  Click the video below to see what I’m talking about. [/Dropcaps]…

Continue Reading...

Need A Great Camera App for Your Android Device? I’ve Got 4 for You.

I hope that everyone had a great Fourth of July!  I also hope that you captured some great moments using your device!  If you’re not one of those people or if you’re bored with your present camera application then you should check out the ones that I recommend below.  And before you ask, no, Instagram…

Continue Reading...

Make Your Old Phone Feel Young Again

[Dropcaps]Do you feel as if you’re becoming emotionally distant from your phone?  Are those feelings of love, joy and excitement now distant memories of when you first purchased your Android Smartphone?  It’s hard to not get tired of your phone sooner rather than later,  and companies releasing phones left and right certainly doesn’t help matters…

Continue Reading...

How to CORRECTLY Flash A New ROM

  The beauty of getting into more advanced functions of Android is being able to install custom ROMs that improve upon the the base of Google’s operating system.  Thanks to the hard work of people at places such as XDA and Roots Wiki, the rest of us can flash to our hearts context. However, problems…

Continue Reading...