A new update has been rolled out for Kindle Fire HD 7 and as always, users who update to the new software version will loose root access for their devices. This update is automatically applied by Amazon via OTA. If you are planning to update your Kindle Fire for software enhancements or have already lost your root access after updating to Kindle HD 7 software update version 7.2.3 or require Continue Reading →
In a previous post I covered the method to Root Google Nexus 10. Now, you can easily root Google Nexus 10 using a simple sing-click root method using Superboot. The credit for this feat goes to ‘paulobrien’ of MoDaCo. As you might be aware, Superboot is the famous script that has helped users root many Android devices such as HTC One X, Galaxy Nexus and others. If you are looking Continue Reading →
Previously, a number of guides related to Google Nexus 7 were covered on WML Cloud. Recently, Google Nexus 10 was launched and like most Android devices, it has been rooted shortly after its launch. The credit for this feat goes to XDA member ‘Kidgoo’ who tested and came up with the root method, and ‘Chainfire’ for providing the SuperSU zip and binaries. So if you are looking forward to rooting Continue Reading →
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.
After HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S3 the next Android device to be rooted even before its launch is Google Nexus 7. The Nexus 7 tablet has received a single click root, which also installs ClockworkMod recovery on the device. While there might be some apprehensions for users about such initial rooting methods, however with the early leaks of software builds and access by bloggers to smartphones and tablets Continue Reading →
Development for Samsung Galaxy S3 has been rapidly moving forward and third-party developers have been avidly working on providing new tweaks and ROMs. Furthermore, we now have an official version of ClockworkMod recovery for S3. The credit for this feat goes to XDA member “mskip”. This official version of ClockworkMod Touch Recovery has been repacked into a tar file and can be easily flashed using Odin / Mobile Odin. So Continue Reading →
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 →
It appears that rooting Android devices before their release has become a rule rather than the exception. We have already seen a pre-release root for HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S3. This time it’s the HTC EVO 4G LTE that has been rooted less than 24 hours after the shipment for the pre-ordered devices was to take place.
Guess it’s no surprise that Android phones are getting rooted even before their launch. We previously saw this happen with the HTC One X and this time we have another quad-core beast that has been rooted before its launch. The Samsung Galaxy S III that defied all suits by Apple has been rooted by XDA Developer “Chainfire”. If you are among the lucky few who are able to garb a Continue Reading →
HTC has been recently criticized for being more quiet than brilliant. Despite the lack of devices being released by the company, the HTC One Series alone has been an imminent success in the global market. In previous posts we have provided you with a number guides and reviews of mobile devices rom this series, including the Technical Specifications and Review of HTC One V. In this post we will show Continue Reading →