Have you ever wanted to create your own ringtones, but you just didn’t know how? Anyone with an Android phone can easily create their own ringtones from YouTube videos in only 5 simple steps. Full instructions after the jump.
This video will apply to anyone (Evo 4G, Mytouch Slide, G1, Mytouch 3G, Droid X, Droid Incredible, Droid 2, etc.) with a rooted phone. I made this video in hopes that people will better understand their phone and have full control of some of the basics that involve flashing a custom ROM. I know, it ... Read More »
This is an intro to rooting your Sprint EVO 4G or ANY Android device for that matter. I want everyone to know what root is and why you might need it. Whether you have a G1, MyTouch 3G, Slide, or Nexus One, then you’ve probably heard about rooting or jailbreaking your phone and I just ... Read More »
Some Nexus One owners began receiving another update for Android 2.2 (now at build number FRF85B). The update is being sent out over-the-air to users with the last build FRF83, but some AT&T users on the older Android 2.1 EPE54B also reported they received the latest firmware.
I think that since the AT&T and T-Mobile ... Read More »
Verizon started rolling out the Android 2.1 upgrade to Droid Eris owners earlier this week, but many have still not received it. This is because over the air (OTA) updates normally roll out in stages and it can take 1-2 weeks before everyone sees them.
If you are tired of waiting on the ... Read More »
Step by step instructions for poking around in Android 2.0.
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 »
I have had my T-Mobile G1 since launch day, but there are many things I am still learning how to do. One of the first things I set out to learn was how to take screen shots on the G1 so I could use the images for the web. When I first asked this question, ... Read More »
Torrents on a cell phone? Imagine the possibilities(both legal and illegal). You are standing in Best Buy browsing for a new DVD to purchase. What if instead of purchasing it, you could scan the UPC code and “rent it” for a lesser charge? By the time you made it home, the movie ... Read More »