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Chainfire just released cf-auto-root for the Verizon Galaxy Note 4 developer edition, which comes with unlocked bootloader. The device went on sale yesterday only with the price tag of $699. The developer edition Verizon Galaxy Note 4 comes with model number SM-N910VMKEVZW. This root will not work on the Verizon Galaxy Note 4 carrier locked variant, as the device […]
Yo! It’s raining material design today with several Google apps getting updates, mostly for the Material design makeover. The Google Docs, Sheets and Slides received updates only a couple of hours ago and now we’ve an update for the mother of these three apps, Google Drive. Like Docs, Sheets and Slides, the Google Drive update also gets Material […]
The Google Camera app from Android 5.0 Lollipop preview images for Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 that we pulled out and tried to install/port on other Android devices is now available on the Play store itself. No doubt, Google is preparing all its apps well in advance before the first Android 5.0 device, Nexus 9, releases […]
The floodgates of rumours and news are now open, as Google has unveiled the next version of its smartphone operating system, Android 5.0 Lollipop. This update comes with a package of tons of new features, new animations and buttons, new heads-up notifications and refined Google Now interface with elements sliding on top and into each other, well-known […]
Like Google Sheets and Google Slides, the Google Docs app too is receiving some Material design goodness today as Google is set at updating its apps as Material design loaded Android 5.0 release nears with the Nexus 9 on 3rd November. With today’s update, the Google Docs app now stands at v1.3.422.14.35. The Material design update to the Google […]
Add Google Slides to the growing list of Android Apps from Google getting updates today, which already includes Google Play Games, Google Play Movies and Google Sheets. The Google slides update to version 1.0.952.14.35, is a small update and doesn’t bring much. While Google is yet to update the what’s new section of the app […]
Google just released a new update for the Google Sheets app, and while the company is yet to update what’s new on play store, we really don’t know much about what new update brings. Though, it’s hard not to spot the material designed header and the new hamburger menu icon, but given the tiny numerical change in the […]
It’s raining app updates again as Wednesday begins for the final week of October 2014. And this is pretty special time for looking at app updates from Google as Android 5.0 is releasing for consumers in a few days from now and it’s completely loaded with Material Design UI. So Google is bringing its apps to Material […]
Google Play Games app just got updated on the Play Store, bringing more material design for the app. The new version of the app now stands at 2.1.17 while the last update which released on Oct. 18th was version 2.1.10. So this latest update clearly isn’t a major update, but it just brings in a few more […]
Boot animation is the animated thing that appears when you Switch On your device. Samsung introduces new boot animations with its flagship devices like Galaxy Note 4 and these animations differ with carrier specific variants. AT&T will put their own customized boot animations and T-Mobile will put theirs. Anyway, unless you’re a fan of custom boot animations, you […]
Almost all modern day smartphones can record videos in Slow Motion, your Galaxy Note 4 too. Slow motion recording let’s you record a video in high FPS (frames per second) rate. Although smartphone camera’s may not sound fun to record slow motion videos, but if you do it right, you can shoot a really nice video. […]
The work has already begun, which we might not think of, companies are now pulling up their socks with new Android 5.0 Lollipop now officially launched by Google, which offers them a new design, precisely a makeover of Android Vanilla UI. The biggest roller coaster of upgrade, we say. Now, as Android 5.0 is around […]
It isn’t new that manufacturers try their very best to stop independent developers from modifying system stuff (like apps) on their Android devices. Mostly, the manufacturers would try to make it hard for users to root their devices, but sometimes they do something pointlessly to make it a pain for independent developers. I’m talking about Samsung’s decision […]