Remember the original Xbox from years and years ago? It seems like the console has faded out of people’s memories as bigger and brighter things take its place, such as the Xbox 360 right after it, followed by the Xbox One, and now, the Xbox One X. But, if you want to still play with
The folks at CyanogenMod have just released the stable build of CyanogenMod 10.2 which is based on Android 4.3. The developer team has been issuing nightlies for quite a while now and it’s finally time for common users to try out the fully finished version of the new CM ROM. However, this doesn’t mean their
Before we start, ask yourself a few of the questions below. If you’re asking questions beyond what is listed below, check out this article. Why should I root my Galaxy Note II? One of the many reasons as to why you should root your Galaxy Note II is because of updates. After Samsung finishes a
Rooting can be a potentially dangerous action for your smartphone, especially if it were an expensive smartphone. I’ve listed a few questions to ask yourself before rooting your device below. Should I risk it? This — from what I have noticed — is one of the popular questions when it comes to rooting a device.
Samsung Electronics may have launched their Galaxy Note 10.1 only a few weeks ago, but it’s no surprise that there are already a numerous amount of custom mods for the device that are already coded and ready to go by XDA developers. The first mod is the “TrainWreck” ROM, by XDA member ZedoMax. The ROM
When the Cyanogen Mod team said that its Cyanogen Mod 9 was stable and then released the build a couple of weeks ago, the list of supported devices was flooded with Samsung and Sony Ericcson handsets. Fortunately, even though the team said they’ve stopped development on Cyanogen Mod 9, they continue to work hard at
Those of you who highly enjoy ROMs like CyanogenMod 9 will be excited to hear that updating it has just gotten about twenty times easier than is usually has been. It’s very commons for users of devices with them and their stock software to get those beautiful and luxurious OTA updates. Owners of devices that
A little over a week ago HTC started upgrading the HTC Vivid, HTC Sensation and HTC Sensation XE to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. They promised that when they did they would also deliver the kernel sources for developers via their HTC Dev website. While some developers had grown a little impatient with the week
Late last week we brought you a great story about how the Cyanogenmod team has closed up root access with CM9. Now, once you’ve installed CM9 on your phone it will, by default, close root access for you, you can then customize the root settings for the way you use root access for more on
Late last year when HTC announced a partnership with Beats Audio, it quickly got the Android world talking. Beats by Dre have risen to be one of the most popular lines of consumer headphones ever. HTC has teamed up with beats audio to bring some of the best aspects of Beats by Dre headphones to
If you’ve rooted your Samsung Galaxy Nexus (or several other Android devices) and enjoy flashing ROMs than listen up. Gflam a member at our forum partner, Droidforums.com, and Conap an XDA developer have teamed up to release BootManager. Now some of you may already know about BootManager and already have it installed, but for those
This story comes to us today by way of Rootzwiki. Rootzwiki developer dhacker29 has posted an alpha preview version of an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for the Motorola Droid Bionic. This is just an alpha build but seems to be coming along pretty well. Dhacker29 reports that the graphics work smooth. Adb is
A new Chinese start up called Xiamo corp has announced that they are releasing a 1.5ghz dual core Android powered phone to take on the iPhone. According to reports from China Daily the new device will only cost around $316 (US) off contract and will first be available in Asia. However reports around the net
Although things are leery on when the Motorola Droid 2 Global and Motorola Droid Pro will receive an official Gingerbread OTA now, the folks in the modding community have been able to successfully port Cyanogen Mod over to the Droid 2. Android developers JBirdVegas, RevNumbers and metiCkOne were instrumental in getting Cyanogenmod over to the
Cyanogen Mod is by far the most popular ROM for your rooted Android device. If you’re a Cyanogen user then you’ll be glad to know that Cyanogen Mod 7.1 RC1 is available for download via ROM Manager or from here. Cyanogen Mod 7.1 RC1 brings a lot of the Android 2.3.4 features along with Bluetooth
Google, as many of you know has begin launching their own music service, today they have sent out the first of what we suspect will be many updates to add to the already great application.
Once again those awesome people over at XDA have found a way to get Netflix working on most Android devices. This newest hack makes it so the application does not check the Devices’ ID, and in turn allows for some awesome Netflix streaming that many of us have been needing and wanting for quite awhile
We have heard and seen many predictions when it comes to platforms like Android, Apple, Windows, and RIM and while some have been dead on some have not. The latest prediction was made at the Reuters Global Technology Summit concerning Android Tablets and Apple’s version the iPad.
Samsung has been on a roll recently between announcing Gingerbread updates to the Galaxy S and OG Galaxy Tab and releasing the source code for the Droid Charge at some point yesterday. Since I am currently carrying an Infuse 4G as my primary phone right now, I decided to have a look see over at
HTC said it couldn’t be done. People within the “community” salivated over it, but dropped their heads in sadness when they realized they would have to wait for the HTC Sensation. Well no more – XDA-Developers users capychimp and rmk40 have successfully ported, tweaked and scaled the Sense 3.0 ROM to the Desire HD, Inspire