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Do you have a Kindle Fire HD, but feel bummed out because it doesn’t include the Google apps that run on the Nexus 7? You can get them on the Fire HD by rooting the tablet and following this guide.
There’s a new ROM in town for the Epic Touch 4G, and it’s packing Android 4.2.1 in the most stable and efficient form yet. If you’re still running on Samsung’s stock ICS, this is definitely work a check.
The CyanagenMod team has seen a tear in stability as its website was shutdown by an ex team member. The site has returned, but with a new top level domain.
One caveat about buying the Kindle Fire HD is that it doesn’t come with the Google Play store installed. If you’re not keen on investing in Amazon’s app market that could be a deal breaker, unless you follow this guide and install it yourself!
It was no surprise that the Kindle FIre HD was rooted within a week of its release. And, you might be surprised to find out that it isn’t that hard and can add a lot of functionality to the device, although Amazon’s warranty may not agree.
If you’re like me and own an Epic Touch 4G, you probably want to take it to the next level. CyanogenMod can do that, and with Beta 1 now available for version 9 — it’s prime time to upgrade.
The Asus Transformer Prime is the first Quad-core processor to hit the market – and its running Ice Cream Sandwich. As our own Mat Lee explained in his review of the Prime, there have been some software issues with the device. Luckily, we know from experience that the first step to setting your device free […]
If you’ve rooted your Nook Color, a recent change to the Android Market has affected your ability to install apps via the Android Market. If you receive the generic “Your Device Isn’t Compatible with This Item” here’s how to fix it. To start, you’ll need to install both File Expert and Text Edit. Install both and […]
Why root your Kindle? Well if you are reading this then you have quite a few reasons in mind already. For those that don’t know, a rooted Kindle Fire can: Install the official Android Market Use apps that require root. (e.g.: Droid Wall, Root Explorer, Titanium Backup Pro, etc…) Set permanent custom lock screen backgrounds. […]
The Android development community has been hard at work creating various ways for users to gain root access on their Motorola Photon 4G. If you need a pain free way to root your Photon 4G, follow these steps and you’ll have root access in no time. First turn on USB Debugging. Go to Settings >> […]