Unlocking is a process wanted by many and dreaded by most. Luckily we have helroz, from XDA, who has developed an application that will unlock your device for you in just a few easy steps that do not require extensive coding. The
Because the NOOKcolor runs Android, there is quite a few unused software features within the device. Other than minimal storage usage, you would think this isn't a major problem. However, your NOOKcolor running the Cell Standby
XDA Members appelflap and impaler747 have put together a battery icon mod for release. The application's purpose is to create a single application that can easily handle battery icon changes for as many devices as possible.
The Android 2.1 update for Sony Ericsson X8 users was just released last month. Because it's not the most current operating system, it leaves a great desire to be rooted. However, many users are not familiar with the rooting
The good people over at the xda-developers not only have developed WP7 themes for Android, but also a new launcher from XDA forum member seraph1024. Perfect for those that like the looks of WP7, but want their Android fix. It
XDA Developers has always been the go-to place for all modifications of Android devices, and now, thanks to XDA member mistadman, we now have a specific implementation of Recovery with a "stock look and feel." Continue Reading...
I know you all want ice cream, but you'll just have to wait. Everyone on a Epic 4G has what appears to be a test build (better than nothing!) of the Android 2.2 Froyo OS build available to them today on an official tip from
Gorgeous! Look at the loveliness that's been brewing in the creation boxes of the conceptual workers working on "Slick UI"! This Slick UI is similar to other apps such as LauncherPro or ADW in that it's a homescreen-replacement
The folks over at XDA Developers are hard at work bringing you XDANROID, a multi-device port dedicated to getting Android running on your favorite HTC devices, and they've got an update for ye. This update shows work done on
That’s right folks, the EVO can now take advantage of wireless N technologies. Thanks to the great development community the EVO now has this great new feature. Recently, there have been a few complaints that the EVO had