• Superfine mod comes to Samsung Galaxy S III

    We think that the Samsung Galaxy S III has a nice camera as it is with the 8-megapixel resolution and decent optics. However, that’s not saying we would like to see better resolution and higher image quality for still shots

    June 6, 2012 • Views: 439

  • Galaxy Nexus CM9 add-on pack brings Galaxy S III goodies

    We all know how it is. Six months after purchasing the be-all, end-all Android superphone, new models like the HTC One X and upcoming Galaxy S III are looking mighty tempting… but you’re stuck in your two-year

    May 28, 2012 • Views: 1676

  • HTC EVO 4G LTE gets the gift of root

    It’s a rite of passage for just about every major Android device, the capability that separates Android from lesser platforms (which will remain nameless here). And now the much-delayed HTC EVO 4G LTE, in all its

    May 25, 2012 • Views: 967

  • S-Voice is back with other Galaxy S III goodies

    If you were dazzled by Samsung’s S-Voice from the Galaxy S III in the day or so before they blocked access to the operating servers… then you’re probably easily impressed. But for the three of you who have

    May 23, 2012 • Views: 467

  • AOKP Backup keeps your ROM settings safe

    If you flash as many ROMs as we do, you know it’s a pain to set up everything juuuust the way you like it. Apps like Titanium Backup can help, but these usually aren’t meant for the ROM itself. If you’re

    May 22, 2012 • Views: 710

  • Samsung Galaxy S III rooted already

    Well that didn’t take long. The Samsung Galaxy S III, would-be king of smartphones and not due to release in any market for a week and a half, has already been rooted. Noted XDA member Chainfire posted the steps that he

    May 18, 2012 • Views: 388

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 rooted

    Ah, root. It’s a sort of coming-of-age test for an Android device, in that brief (and sometimes nonexistent) gap between a phone’s retail release and the point at which the modder community beats it into software

    May 17, 2012 • Views: 955

  • AROMA manages file system in recovery mode

    On Android, file managers are a dime a dozen – in fact, considering that most of them are free, they’re considerably cheaper than that. But how about when you enter your custom recovery for a little ROM flashing

    May 14, 2012 • Views: 1120

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and 10.1 source code posted

    If you got your hands on a sweet $250 Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, it’s time to start diving into that code. Samsung has just posted the open source code not only for the 7-inch model of the Galaxy Tab 2, but the delayed 10-inch

    May 3, 2012 • Views: 1396

  • KegDroid dispenses beer via NFC tags

    Why would you combine an Android tablet, an Arduino board, a keg of beer and a tap? If you asked Google employee Paul Cariff, he’d probably retort with, “Why not?” His latest masterpiece, the KegDroid, uses a

    April 30, 2012 • Views: 977