HTC has recently set their sites on another ROM repository. This latest is HTCRuu.com and the owner has recently been contacted by lawyers from HTC demanding the site be taken down and the domain name transferred over to them.
We love the Open Source Android Project. It’s where the Android community starts, where ROM developers go for “blessed” code, and without it, Android would still be puttering along behind lesser platforms. But
We tend to cover custom ROMs and other mods pretty heavily, but there’s an incredibly vibrant theme community around Android. One of its most active participants is Team Carbon, which announced today that its themes for the
Hands-down the biggest dissapointment of the Motorola DROID RAZR launch announcement was the fact that despite Moto’s commitment to more open bootloaders, the flagship phone would be locked down just like previous
The Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G has been lighting up T-Mobile’s airwaves for about three weeks now, during which its owners were sadly bereft of rooting and ROM flashing options. But as usual, the community comes through: XDA
With all the hubbub about Ice Cream Sandwich, it’s hard to remember that CyanogenMod has two active builds going at the moment. The older (shall we say “rich in dev cycles?”) CyanogenMod 7 is still going strong,
Whatever else they might be, custom ROM developers are speedy. Barely three weeks after the first official ROM for the Endeavor (now officially revealed as the HTC One X) leaked, an industrious group of devs have released a
At long last, the first officially blessed software for CyanogenMod 9 is available! The CyanogenMod team has been working hard since November to get Ice Cream Sandwich builds ready, and nightly ROMs for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus,
It’s finally time, Eee Pad Transformer Prime owners: Asus has graced you with its promised bootloader unlock tool. If you don’t want to waste precious seconds reading, click this here link to get to the download page.
If you’re reading this, you’re probably aware that Google publishes Android as an open-source operating system, allowing anyone to modify the code, customizing it for different devices or ROMs. What you may not know