If you’re a hacker / cracker / modder / rooter, then you’ll be interested in hearing this. Now that AT&T and Sprint are carrying the Samsung Galaxy S4, XDA user djrbliss
After closing down their marketplace, XDA has announced that they will be partnering with Swappa as a replacement for their old marketplace. Swappa has been an android marketplace for a
Over at XDA-Developers, the brains of the operation have found a way to keep track of the total number of Nexus 4 devices sold. At the beginning of last month,
Google Nexus 7 is without any doubt an amazing tablet, and it comes with a bag full of bells and whistles but still it couldn’t stop the hackers to come
CyanogenMod, arguably the most popular ROM in the Android community, is working on an update to their software. The newest version being worked, CM10, is based on Android 4.1 Jelly
The HTC One X is currently one of the most popular (and powerful) Android devices on the market. Now, however, we’re seeing some reports surface from users that there may
Back at MWC, HTC officially announced the HTC Flyer, their first Android tablet. The Flyer launched with Gingerbread, despite the fact that most people were expecting Honeycomb. It’s still running on
A crafty member of XDA -developers has been able to get a working version of HTC Sense 3.5 running on the HTC Desire HD. Things are still in early stages
Well it’s been quite a wait, but finally the first custom ROM for the Motorola Xoom is available. You’ll have to head over at the XDA developers forum to grab
HTC Source is reporting this morning that the industrious community members over at XDA have created an alpha ROM for the Desire HD out of the HTC Sensation system
Let the image above sink in some. If you don’t yet own a Xoom (like me), then you can begin to be envious of the sheer power that owners of the latest Android device have in their grubby little hands. The folks over at Boy Genius Report found the above screenshot and the news that a dev in the community has successfully overclocked the Xoom to 1.5 GHz. Which, as you can see, blows away the current smartphone benchmarks we have right now.
The Barnes & Noble eReader has become a cost effective alternative to other Android tablets. Rooting the device allows for plenty of potential, including a working 3.0 version of Android.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWdex2J43Jo[/youtube] There has been lots of buzz about the recent reported revamp of the Android Market, we have been looking for more info to give to you on it, and
The XDA Forums site is reporting that forum member Dreetje has made it possible to install the Google Apps package on Android powered Archos tablets. A quote from the posting on XDA:
In the wonderful world of XDA there are many developers working towards getting the most out of their device. In this spotlight, I’d like to highlight a specific dev/themer who