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This is either a step in the right direction or a fluke. It seems that the HTC Evo 3D has something that past Sprint devices lack: the ability to simply uninstall bloatware programs that come with the device. You don’t even need to root the darn thing. It’s as simple as going into Settings, Applications, Manage Applications, select the app that you want to get rid of, and Uninstall. Yeah, it’s really that simple.
If you haven’t heard, Google’s new movie service on Android 3.1 has been blocked to root users. If you have a rooted Xoom running Android 3.1, you cannot rent or
As many of you already know the Netflix app was released for Android not long ago. At the time of release the app only supported a handful of devices. Supported
Well that didn’t take long, yet another testament as to why we all love using the Android OS. The snazzy Galaxy Tab 10.1’s that Google handed out to lucky I/O attendees have already been rooted, giving access to the entire device for our grubby little hands to take advantage of. Android Central reported that the process is super easy, simply push a zip file over ADB, reboot into recovery then execute said zip.
For those of you enterprising souls that love to play around with the development side of Android, and are interested in different methods to root your Android device (doing so
Well we knew this was coming once Sony Ericsson announced unlockable bootloaders for their Xperia phones: the good folks at XDA have rooted the Xperia Arc. So if you’ve got ahold of
Haven’t picked up a 4G phone yet? Rooted? Still looking to get more browsing speed out of your phone? Masqued Crusader may just be what you looking for! With one
Unrevoked, the good folks who made it easier to root the Droid Incredible, EVO 4G and a number of other phones, are working on a list of Android phones and
Edward Kim, developer of the successful Car Locator app, recently updated his screenshot app, Screenshot It, with a special new feature: the ability to grab screenshots on an unrooted Motorola
Webroot, one of the first internet security firms that came into being with the boom of the internet, has released “Webroot Mobile Security” for Android devices. There are two versions of the app, a limited free version which you can get from the Android Market, and a paid version available for $14.99 at Best Buy retail stores, and soon to be released on the Webroot site for purchase. A quote from the press release:
Got a rooted Droid X or Droid 2? If you’ve been jonesing for some Gingerbread goodness, we have good news for you. The good devs at MyDroidWorld took leaked official
Engadget is reporting this morning that the AndIRC team that has had some experience exposing the Thunderbolts locked bootloader and creating the root process has also identified the same lockout
Root Tools is a new open source project aimed at making life easier for developers of apps that require root. The library already includes about half a dozen methods, including
Well, you had to know it would happen sooner or later. The HTC Thunderbolt, one of the most talked about, loved, and delayed phones we’ve seen to date, has been rooted.