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Becoming an Android Expert: Android Rooting Terms

Rooting is a big part of Android. The fundamental premise of Android is that almost every element is customizable but occasionally some things require...

How to install a custom ROM on your Samsung device

I did a previous post covering a process to install a custom ROM on any Android device, but there's a little more footwork for...

How to install a custom ROM on your Android device

We get it...you’ve gotten all you can get out of your stock software and it’s time for a change. A solid  custom ROM is...

Vysor (early Beta) allows you to control your phone from Chrome

There are already tools like Pushbullet and AirDroid that allow certain interaction with your Android device whilst you are physically away from it, but...

Google Glass early adopter reveals further clues on software, hardware – same CPU family...

An early adopter who picked up Google Glass has torn open some information on the product after discovering a debug mode in the Explorer...

I/O Galaxy Tab 10.1 Already Rooted!

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.

How to Use ADB (Android Debug Bridge)

Just a few hours after the post about the custom ROM for the Xperia X10 had been published, we've got a lot of questions what ADB exactly was, and how to use it. Well, it's quite easy to learn actually. It has a lot of complicated functions, but we'll just do the basic stuff, assuming the average Android user has no need to know about debugging your applications, right?