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Motorola Defy Rooted

Oh you love that lovely dunkable Motorola Defy, don't you? You'd never do anything to harm it, even if you could! You'd never - what's that? You want to root it so you can go wild with it? Well then! Let's get to work! User pedrodh of XDA Developer Forums has just the trick for you, in just seven easy steps! Or if you're one of the lucky ones for whom disturkis4u's simple one-step program works, by all means, do that one!

Changing LCD Density on a Rooted Samsung Galaxy Tab (Make More Room!)

The brilliant Jenn K. Lee of Pocketables has whipped up several methods for you to make the most of your Samsung Galaxy Tab, in a very visual way. The Samsung Galaxy Tab has, as you know, a 7-inch, 1024 x 600 resolution screen, but it employs a defaul density value of 240. Now, if you're the sort of person who trusts fully in the graphic / industrial designers over in the lab where the Tab was created, then please, feel free to keep it that way. If you're the sort of person who changes the resolution on say, your desktop computer, to as high as it can go, well, then, get to rooting!

Still Technically Unannounced, Droid 2 Global Already Bootstrapped and Rooted

Get your shovels out! Droid 2 Global, arriving at customers doors early already, has also already been Bootstrapped and Rooted. Of course, this is all done with same or similar methods already found out there in the wild, methods used before, tried and true. A user by the name of Brandon emailed in a tip to DroidLife with the message that the "on phone" method presented back here on Droid Forums works just fine.

Permanent Root for G2

Hooray for XDA! XDA Developers forum member unforgiven512 has just posted a comprehensive list guide on how you, too, can permanently root your T-Mobile G2. It's scary, it's hairy, and it can permanently brick your phone FOREVER, but the riches are also at your fingertips. This guide is based on the work of forum member scotty2, and takes you through the process of rooting your G2 step by careful step.

Nexus One, Now with Custom ROM FM Radio

So you'd like to jam to some sweet beats and Baxter's morning show in the morning at your desk or, if you're like me, in your completely comfortable and cushy chair, but all you've got is a Nexus One? Fear not, ye hoper for the impossible, for now there is a hack. Nexus One, it turns out, ships with hardware that's completely capable of running a radio station through it. Learn how below!

Download Droid X 2.2.13 Froyo Upgrade (For rooted users, for now)

The next release of Froyo for the Motorola Droid X has been leaked to the internet with instructions to download to your rooted device. The download is relatively easy and documented with step by step instructions thanks to the forum users Andrew, CellZealot, and P3Droid over at MyDroidWorld who made this leak possible.

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