Sorting through and deleting contacts on Android individually can be quite annoying. Especially, if you have imported a ton of junk contacts from Google. Contacts Remover is a free Android app which makes it possible to select and delete multiple contacts on Android.
One of the biggest annoyances that an Android user must face are the various notifications that appear on the Android Status Bar each time you receive a message, install apps for Android or receive application updates. This can be quite annoying as Android newbies often try rebooting their phones to clear a crowded status bar or even try to tap each notification to clear the bar. If you have been Continue Reading →
LockerPro Lockscreen is an Android app that brings iPhone style lock screen notifications to Android devices. It is available at Google Play and can become your most preferred Android lock screen replacement. Normally, one might require unlocking the Android lock screen to view various notifications, however, getting such alerts simply from your lock screen can greatly improve the way your device displays notifications.
Shortly after its release, Kindle Fire HD 7 has been rooted. Despite all the buzz regarding the “uncrackable” and “invulnerable” HD version of Kindle Fire, it has been rooted. The credit for this feat goes to XDA member “sparkym3”. If you are looking to root your Kindle Fire tablet to make your tablet more fun to use, then follow the instructions given below.
The Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 has been rooting on Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.3. The credit for this feat goes to XDA member” weltwon”. Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is a cheaper version of its predecessor that comes with a 1 GHz Dual-Core processor, 1GB RAM, , 16GB to 32GB of internal storage, 1280 x 800 TFT display, with Android 4.0 ICS. Perhaps the most notable thing about this tablet is Continue Reading →
Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of the most anticipated Android Smartphone this year. This flagship phone comes packed with a Quad-core processor, a 4.8 inch Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, Corning Gorilla Glass 2 protection and the power of Android v4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. Samsung Galaxy S3 has an 8 MP camera, a slim design and light casing which adds to its style and appearance.
HTC One S has been one of the most awaited Android smartphone of 2012. In previous reviews I provided you an overview of HTC One Series smartphones unveiled by HTC at the Mobile World Congress 2012, including the Review and Technical Specifications of HTC One S. After the rooting process for the quad-core beast HTC One X became available, the method for rooting HTC One S was soon provided as Continue Reading →
Ever since its unveiling at the Mobile World Congress 2012, the HTC One X has been one of the most anticipated phones of 2012. In a previous post I provided you with the Review and Technical Specifications of HTC One X. In this post I will show you how to root your HTC One X smartphone on Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0. While these instructions are for HTC One X Continue Reading →
Although the official Android ICS update has become available for Asus Transformer Prime, some users simply want CyanogenMod 9 (CM9), instead of the official version. Once the official update was released, Asus provided a complete package by providing users with not just an upgrade, but also releasing the bootloader unlocking tool for the tablet. This soon resulted in third-party developers to develop a CM9 ROM for Transformer Prime.
The ICS madness has reached its peak, as more and more Android devices are being upgraded to the latest Android ICS operating system. In a previous post I showed you how to How To Root Asus Transformer Prime With SparkyRoot App. This time I have a guide that will allow you to install the Android Ice Cream Sandwich based AOKP or Android Open Kang Project RC1 ROM on your Asus Continue Reading →