Apple has released their new upgrade of the firmware called iOS 6. There are quite a few features about this wonderful OS that have pleased people with iPhones, iPads and the latest generation iPod Touch devices. Below is an overview of a couple of the latest iOS 6 updates.
I have previously provided you with a number of Kindle Fire guides, including a guide on rooting Kindle Fire, installing CyanogenMod 7 On Kindle Fire, installation of Ice Cream Sandwich ROM On Kindle Fire and more. While tweaking around with Kindle Fire can be a lot of fun, sometimes one may simply wish to restore the stock Kindle interface. The below guide will walk you through he process of restoring Continue Reading →
Those of you who have recently updated their Kindle Fire devices to the latest firmware version 6.2.1 would have felt hopeless with the non existence of a suitable rooting method. Apparently, there was a rooting method, however, that involved opening up the tablet. Wonder who tried that? Anyways, “Justin Case” of TeamAndIRC , has come with a software root for the 6.2.1 firmware for Kindle Fire, named BurritoRoot. This application Continue Reading →
The recent release of iOS 4.3.3 firmware for iPhone 4 was Jailbroken a few days back with the use of custom PwnageTool bundles. This jailbreak is tethered only for now, which means that you will require booting into Jailbroken state every time you reboot. This jailbreak is courtesy of the Redmond Pie team, which has been as quick as ever to cover this Jailbreak shortly after the iOS 4.3.3 firmware Continue Reading →