There’s still no official release date for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Rumors point to a release later this month, though, and many of you will want your fair share of root access. Luckily, there’s already a way to do this.
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It’s been nearly two months since HTC first pledged to keep bootloaders unlocked, allowing for the installation of custom ROMs on their handsets. We knew the process wasn’t going to be an easy one, and unfortunately, little to no progress has been shown to the general public. A vague timeline was given at one point ... Read More »
If you have been wanting to root your Droid X, but the 21 step process we told you about last week seemed about 20 steps too difficult then your ship has finally come in.
Yet another Alldroid user, Sil3ntKi113, has built off the work of Birdman and the crew that first rooted the ... Read More »
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The Droid X’s bootloader may remain locked up tighter than Fort Knox, but thanks to some industrious users from Alldroid the Droid X community at least has root access to sooth their pain.
As the question of why you would want to root always comes up I’ll go ahead and answer it now. ... Read More »
Samsung’s Galaxy S lineup has yet to arrive in U.S. stores, but it looks like all their devices will be easily rooted thanks to a hack discovered on the international version. Russian developer LeshaK of Samdroid was the first to gain root access on the Galaxy S (i9000) and the community over at ... Read More »
The SONY Ericsson EXPERIA X10 is a formidable phone for Android enthusiasts, but things are about to heat up. The Snapdragon powered Android 1.6 phone has finally been rooted after being available in Europe and Asian since the middle of April.
Those who have used the X10 mainly complain about the fact that it’s running ... Read More »
HTC’s DROID Incredible has just gained a new feature, root access. For some odd reason, the Incredible has been one of the toughest HTC handsets to crack. Six weeks may not seem like a long time, but it is an eternity compared to the 3-4 days it took to get root access on the ... Read More »
Did you know the 71MB available for installing applications on your G1 is actually a feature? By limiting the number of apps you can install, you can also limit peoples purchases. This way only the top apps will get used and all the small developers will stop making apps. Sounds kind of stupid, right?
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When T-Mobile first released the HTC G1, many of the early adopters were Linux users and fans of open source. One of the most sought after features for Android, was the ability to gain root access to the G1. After root access was gained, users began ... Read More »