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Chainfire’s FlashFire updated, Marshmallow support and OTA updates

One of the biggest issues about gaining root access to your phone is that it is such a hassle when you have to install...

BlackBerry takes a stand against rooting with the Priv

Since BlackBerry is a relative newcomer to the Android ecosystem with the very expensive BlackBerry Priv device, it has belatedly put out a statement...

Android Pay no longer works for devices with system-less root

It used to be that the “system-less root” approach could allow Android users to gain root access and do their tweaks, but still retaining...

WinDroid Universal Android Toolkit updated to version 2.6, over 130 devices supported

If you haven’t heard of the WinDroid Universal Android Toolkit, then as an Android user who loves to tweak devices, you are seriously missing...

Step-by-step on How to Root OnePlus 2

We're not certain why OnePlus, a phone manufacturing company, is teaching us how to root the OnePlus 2 but that's certainly welcome than some...

Chainfire finally updates CF-Auto-Root for over 300 devices

CFAR was finally updated after such a long time. The CF-Auto-Root recently got some new changes. The past few months, the developer has been...

Custom Quick Settings app updated, gives Xposed icon pack support

We featured the app called Custom Quick Settings before, because it was quite unique in what it gave Android users. If you ever wished...

5 ways to give life and muscle to your older Android device

Every year, we Android fans are tempted by the upgrade bug as every year, manufacturers come out with new designs, new flagships and midrange...

Root and S-Off achieved on HTC One A9

One peculiarity of HTC devices is the S-Off/S-On system, which protects the device from being tweaked with non-official ROMs and tweaks. So to fully...

Here’s How to Bypass Factory Reset Protection on a Samsung phone

Rooting is not exactly safe and secure for any platform but genius hackers always have a way around different issues that may be encountered....

Chainfire puts out ‘system-less’ root experiment for Marshmallow

We recently told you that legendary Android developer “Chainfire” was calling it quits with SuperSU, but will make his quitting a gradual process. In...

Netguard allows app Internet permission even without root access

Google removed the Internet permission on Android when the Lollipop was released last year. That irked some hardcore Android users but it didn't become...

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