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If you are like everyone else in the world, you are excited about the fact that we finally are getting some sort of choice in the Android tablet market. We
We’ve seen Angry Birds running on the new e-reader from Barnes & Noble, showing that it’s capable of more than its stock offerings, but the party isn’t over yet.
The first Google TV device was launched exactly a month ago, but still nothing has happened around the rooting thing. Someone was really tired of the limitations of the platform and decided to give a $1000 bounty to the first person who roots and installs third-party apps on the Google TV. Since it’s running Android, it seems to be quite easy at the first glance, but it isn’t.
It appears that permanent rooting of the G2 might be close at hand. A thread on XDA developers and AndroidSpin are aflutter today as a real, working root situation has been found.
The popular application SetCPU has been updated to v2.0.4 which brings support for the new HTC kernels. According to the changelog it now has perflock disabler support for HTC kernels
There seems to be a bit of confusion regarding what to do when system apps get updated while using a custom ROM. Recently Google’s Youtube app was updated with a slick new version, but many people on XDA forums & other similar communities are having issues with their rooted devices.
Having trouble finding the phone that has the exact hardware specs you want? Or maybe you’re a bit of a control freak and want to specify every detail of your
A few days ago, we told you about the T-Mobile G2 being rooted here on AndroidGuys. We quickly learned that the root is only temporary, lasting until you reboot the
Another day, another rooted device. Yes, you read correctly, the T-Mobile G2 has been rooted. But, before you go running to your local T-Mobile store to pick up a G2
Just a quick announcement here. Not even a full month before it’s probable launch, the Galaxy Tab has been rooted. Super-user access and all. Sera-Apps takes the credit with this
Boom! And just like that, the XDA-Developers have rooted the Motorola Charm. The handset was rooted via the Universal Androot method, but the NAND isn’t unlocked during the process, so
Those Android devs never stop, do they? Hot off the heels of last week, when the Backflip and Droid 2 were both rooted, the Samsung Epic 4G, Sprint’s version of
As the title of this article (and blurrycam shot above) indicates, the guys over at ModMyMobile.com have gained root access to the MotoBlur-packin’ Motorola Backflip. I know what you’re thinking:
That’s right, just weeks after it;s release, the Motorola Droid 2 has been rooted! The geniuses over at XDA Developers have done it again with this latest hack. At first
It may have taken a little longer than other HTC phones, but the HTC Wildfire has finally been rooted…kinda. While the method devised and executed does not unlock NAND on