T-Mobile has started sending out Android 1.6 to its customers in an over the air update and we have the link to download it.
I am taking a chance here by discussing a topic such as this, and in particular taking the stance that I am taking. So, with that in mind, let’s just get down to business.
As is usually the case with these sorts of things, we’ll start off with a disclaimer or two. Most importantly you ... Read More »
Google Apps is a service from Google for using custom domain names with Google services. Android allows you to use a Google Apps email as your primary account, but this guide is for setting up a secondary account. Many people have different email accounts for work and wish to keep them separate from their personal ... Read More »
Many of our readers have had their Android phones for months, but we get a ton of new users asking us questions every day. We have taken note of this and we are building a special area for Android beginners on our new site. Over the next few weeks, we plan to release several videos ... Read More »
I have been a big fan of aTrackDog since its first release. It helps me keep all my apps up to date and I find it does a better job than the Market. Users with rooted phones should pay special attention to aTrackDog because it can help you find updates for non-market apps.
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I spent the last week hacking, rooting, flashing, and unrooting my T-Mobile G1 to try and see if I could break my phone. I have been able to freely jump between any version of Android I want and never been at a point I couldn’t revert the changes. With that being said, rooting your phone ... Read More »
Update: The install procedure for CyanogenMod has changed greatly. Please see the official CyanogenMod Wiki.
I first wrote this guide several months ago and it became the most visited page on the site. Many people have requested an update so I decided to touch it up with all the latest tweaks and ... Read More »
One of the first things I did when I got my G1 was test out the video player. It worked ok, but did not support many of the file formats for downloaded media. There were guides of course to convert video files to the correct mobile format, but the average user will get frustrated with ... Read More »
The Tactel Developer Corner quietly launched this week, but it should prove an important resource for Android developers. Currently planned for the site is a series of tutorials which will introduce java developers to the Android platform and walk them through creating a 3D engine. The current crop of Android phones is ... Read More »
Each time we post a set of Android images on our Flickr account, I get several request to explain the process of capturing screens. I wrote a simple guide for using the Android app Screenshot, but it requires root access. If you are looking for a free, easy to use ... Read More »