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  • New Marshmallow Root for Nexus 5, 5X, 6, 6P, 9 and 7 (2013) is OTA friendly, keeps system intact

    Chainfire Marshmallow Root Systemless

    Chainfire has come up with another Marshmallow root, one that doesn’t involves making any changes to system partition which allows the device to take OTA when they come. The installation method is similar to previous root trick. You have to flash a modified boot image, and then SuperSU 2.56 using TWRP recovery. Check out guide […]

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  • Nexus 5 Android M Root is now available

    Nexus 5 Android M Root

    With universal root package SuperSU simply not working on Android M, we’re left with no root solution when upgrading to Android latest build. Thankfully, things have got better now, as Android M root for Nexus 5 is now available, and it’s simply enough — you only need to flash the new 2.49 beta version of […]

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  • Recovery Flashable Android 5.0 Lollipop ROMs for Nexus 5, Nexus 7 2012 (WiFi) and Nexus 7 2013 (WiFi)

    This was fast! Google released the Android 5.0 factory images only a couple of hours ago and we already have recovery flashable Android 5.0 Lollipop ROM ready for Nexus 5, Nexus 7 2012 (WiFi) and Nexus 7 2013 (WiFi)., all thanks to Tasssadar over at XDA. The recovery flashable zip files for Android 5.0 Lollipop are fully compatible with MultiROM. The […]

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  • Download Nexus 5 Android 5.0 Lollipop Factory Images (for both D821 & D820 Variants)

    It’s here, finally! Although a bit late, Nexus 5 owners have been yelling on the forums, comments sections and everywhere online for the fact that Moto X, LG G3 and even Nexus 7 2012 received Lollipop update before Nexus 5 did. Although thsese devices received only leaked updates, but they were all stable and final release builds. According to the […]

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  • Root Nexus 5 on Android 5.0 Lollipop

    The Android 5.0 Lollipop update comes with enhanced security at kernel level with SELinux set to enforcing, and while this is a good for the Android ecosystem, the change to SELinux, however, also breaks our conventional ways of rooting an Android device. Setting the SELinux back to permissive fixes things up, but that’s not possible without modifying […]