SuperSu, the popular rooting app by Chainfire, has been updated to version 2.35 and it brings along some noticeable changes. With Android Lollipop support and some Material Design elements, you
Yesterday, Cyanogen announced a Themes Design Challenge, for all of those out there who want to create a special theme for the release of Themes Studio.
You’ll have read that a number of features never made it into the Nexus 6 and Google removed the functionality from the final code build; one of those features was
For those of you who have received your Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 devices and are anxious to begin tinkering with them then you’ll need to unlock the Bootloader. Whilst
As of version 2.27 of Chainfire’s SuperSU, you no longer need a modified kernel to gain root on Lollipop devices. It is in Beta, and Chainfire does warn that you
The all-new Android operating system, 5.0 Lollipop, was officially released on November 3rd and it has already been rooted. While rooting has been available for Nexus devices running Lollipop ever
You want root on your Nexus 9, you got it ! Well known XDA developer and Android modder Chainfire has been up to his old tricks again, this time he’s
The need for a Galaxy Note 4 root has reached new levels over at the XDA Forums as members have set up a bounty to encourage someone to come forward
The Nexus 5 running the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop software can now be rooted using a SuperSU package, formed from the Android 5.0 SDK with a build number of LPX13D.
The battery on the OnePlus One is undeniably good, no, fantastic, but a little tweak to the device could decrease the amount of time it takes for the device to
Not only has the NVIDIA tablet received a significant update recently, but now the first custom ROMs are beginning to surface. Members over at XDA have not not only released
Whilst a handful of tools already exist to root the LG G3, no one tool has been created that has been able to root the device agnostic of carrier, the
A Nandroid backup is a process which is performed in recovery mode to take a snapshot of the current state of your Android Operating System, along with data, settings, and a
Google just flipped the switch to allow Android screen mirroring to Chomecast for a few devices, but if you don’t have one currently supported, you’ve been pretty much out of
You don’t see it often unless you reboot your device all the time, but the boot animation is another place that you can make your Android device your own, especially