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  • Galaxy Camera Rooted — Guide


    The Galaxy Camera may not be a smartphone in the true sense of the word, specially since it doesn’t let you make calls and is mainly a full-blown camera, but it runs Android just like any smartphone. Which means the productive Android development community wasted no time in grabbing hold of the Galaxy Camera and […]

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  • Root Sprint Optimus G on Linux


    If there’s one common theme in all the guides and procedures and tools available for rooting Android devices, or even flashing a custom recovery, it is that most of them always assume you are using Windows and only work on that operating system. However, if you’ve been looking for a way to root your Sprint […]

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  • HTC One X+ Clockworkmod Recovery (CWM)


    In the world of Android enthusiasts, a device isn’t worth its salt, if Custom ROM development for it is not active. For the HTC One X+, active development has already started, with the bootloader unlocking method being released a few days ago. And when it comes to the Custom ROM scene, there is one tool […]

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  • Google Nexus 4 Root


    Well, the LG Nexus 4 has been on sale for two days now, and a few (mind you, very few) have got their hands on one and are enjoying the latest Google and Android have to offer. And, like always, the Android development community have not waited too long and have already found a way […]

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  • Easy Automated Root for Kindle Fire HD 7″


    You gotta love the Android development community. With the Kindle Fire HD 7″ out in the market for just a few days, root access has already been obtained on it. XDA Recognized Contributor sparkym3 has released an automated tool – Qemu Automated Root Tool – that will allow you to root your Kindle Fire HD, so that you […]