Oh the little things, they're really what gets us pumped up in the morning. This is one of them, and I'm sure you HALO fans will at least take a peek at if not use the following boot screen for all eternity. This is a bootscreen
The day has come, after so much waiting. Oh you didn't expect this day to ever come? Perhaps you expected the Samsung Galaxy Tab to remain in Android 2.2 mode forever? How would you like to turn on some Android 2.3.2 Gingerbread
So you've still got a Motorola Milestone lying around, yes? How would you like to upgrade to a much nicer phone without having to toss even a dollar out of your billfold? You can right now if you hang a left over to the thread on
One of the best features of the Android platform is its ability to be rooted and utilize ROMs. However, getting that perfect ROM may be troublesome for many. Worry no more, XDA members DocRambone and Stefunel have put together
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...