Nook Tablet Review And Technical Specifications

From being the leading U.S. bookseller to becoming one of the first e-book reader developers, Barnes & Noble has done it all. Just like Amazon’s Kindle Readers and Kindle Fire tablet, Barnes And Noble e-Readers and Tablets provides a comfortable e-book reading experience. The Barnes And Noble Nook e-reader range was introduced in 2010 and has since grown into a more interactive tablet range. Evolving from the 1st edition of Continue Reading →

How To Wake HTC EVO 3D With Swipe Gesture Mod

If you own an HTC EVO 3D, you would know that waking up an Android smartphone using a power button is not always the most convenient thing to do. This is because some Android models like the HTC EVO 3D have no physical power buttons on the front. This is quite different from other device like the G2, or Galaxy S models, which have physical buttons (on the front) to Continue Reading →

Run Ubuntu On Android With Ubuntu Installer

It’s time to run Ubuntu On Android devices. The porting of famous Linux distributions to make them run on Android is not a new concept and can be laborious. However, if you are an Ubuntu fan and would like to install it on your Android device, then check out Ubuntu Installer. It has been designed to run Ubuntu On Android devices. It is a simple installer app for Ubuntu that Continue Reading →

Use Netflix From Outside USA On Kindle Fire & Other Android Devices

NetFlix is one of the largest on demand video providers in USA, which delivers videos from all kinds of genres. Using Netflix you can watch videos, (such as  TV series and movies), at a mere price of $7.99 a month. In other words, it provides unlimited videos for a low price for US residents. Netflix content is viewable by using Windows, Mac OS X, Android, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Continue Reading →

Download Chrome For Android For Your Phone Or Tablet

Google Chrome For Android

Google Chrome has long been one of the favorite browser for desktop and laptop users running various operating systems from the Windows, Mac OS X and Linux platform. The speed and simplicity of Chrome is now available for none other than your Android phone and tablet. Google Chrome has been released for Android based devices and you can download and install it from the link given at the end of Continue Reading →

How To Install Ice Cream Sandwich ROM On Kindle Fire

A while back XDA-Developers “g1011999” started efforts for porting Android 4.0 ICS to the Kindle Fire. While his work is still under development, another XDA-Developers forum member “JackpotClavin” has just released a very experimental build of ICS. This is primarily a pre-release ROM, and therfore it must be used with caution. In case you have no experience in flashing custom ROMs on a Kindle Fire device, then it is suggested Continue Reading →

Kindle Fire Single Click Root, Recovery & Market Installation

Kindle Fire Android Market

Kindle Fire now has automated root, recovery and market installation. In an earlier post I covered the process of rooting the Kindle Fire, followed by another guide, which explained the procedure for installing Android Market. After a single click method becoming available, there is no longer the need of using these tedious methods. Any user willing to root their Kindle Fire device can now use a simple tool called Kindle Continue Reading →

How To Re-Root Updated Kindle Fire After Amazon Update

It seems like Amazon is moving ahead with Kindle Fire updates to bring forth “improvements” to its operating system. For those of you who already have an updated Kindle device must have realized that the update removes the root access (if you have rooted your Kindle device). Moreover, there seems to be no way to prevent the update as it is automatically implemented. However, all is not over for users Continue Reading →

How To Install Actual Facebook App On Kindle Fire

The so called Facebook app with Kindle Fire has probably disappointed a lot of Kindle users, as it is just a link to m.facebook.com. However, there is an actual Facebook app that can be installed on your Kindle device. Below is a video (by Jeff Benjamin) of the procedure, followed by detailed step by step guide to help you get the real Facebook app for your Kindle device.

How To Install Android Market & Google Apps On Kindle Fire

The Kindle Fire Gingerbread tablet seems to be on fire! I earlier provided a guide: How To Root Amazon Kindle Fire In One Click And Get ADB Working. The rooting of Kindle Fire has now created endless possibilities for this great new tablet. Recently, Google Apps and Android Market got ported to Kindle Fire. In this post I will show you the procedure to install Android Market applications on Kindle Continue Reading →