Editor’s Note: Rooting your device will void your warranty and, though highly unlikely if you follow directions carefully, could brick your device. We take no responsibility for damage to your device caused by the rooting process.
The HTC Amaze 4G has only been on the market for a few short weeks, but developers have been staying ... Read More »
Permanent root access on the T-Mobile G2 is still nowhere in sight, but if you’re looking for a temporary solution, things have gotten a lot more simple. First there was a five-step process and then that was simplified down to a three-step one. Now, all you need to do is install and open an app ... Read More »
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I first wrote this guide several months ago, but decided not to post it. After all the cupcake builds were released and people kept asking for help with upgrading, I decided ... Read More »
How many G1 users have rooted their Android phones? When I interviewed Jesusfreke last month, he estimated around 5,000 hacked phones. Looking at the root applications available in the Android Market today, you will find the top ones have between 5-10k downloads. Droidsans Tweak Tools has over 10,000 downloads, but ... Read More »
There are many benefits to having a rooted Android phone, but I still would not recommend it for novice users. Currently, there are still several files to download along with required button presses. This makes it difficult for some people to gain root access on their phone. If you do not read the instructions, you ... Read More »