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Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo has received the KitKat update just a few months ago while the original Galaxy S3 users were dumped by Samsung with no KitKat update. We guess most of the Galaxy S3 Neo users are already running the KitKat OS and enjoying the cool features that comes...

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Recently released app Taskbar gives you the option to bring, as the title says, the Windows Taskbar and Start Menu to your Android and it actually works pretty well. The app is accompanied also by an Xposed module. You can check out the XDA thread here. How to install it You can...

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Lollipop is making its way to several devices other than the Nexus or Moto series smartphones. Certain variants of the LG G3 have already received the updated officially. But what if you’re already rooted or running a custom ROM, you can’t or I would say, you won’t get into the hassle of...

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Android is the most popular open source mobile operating system in the market so far, giving way to wide possibilities of tweaking the core system and kernels. It's always a puzzle to me why few people still go for the proprietary operating systems like Apple's iOS and the Microsoft's...

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There are certain Android smartphones which are showcased and forgotten since they do not belong to the most popular series of the respective OEM. However, that does not mean you have to feel left-out. The LG G Vista is one such smartphone, having a close hardware configuration to that...

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LG G3 is one of the devices in the queue for the official Lollipop update and is expected to be updated by January 2015. The Korean LG G3 had already got the Lollipop update via OTA but the international LG G3 D855 users are still out of luck with...

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Android users in the US and European countries must have definitely heard of the Carrier Unlokcing term which is used in many developer networks. Contract based devices are most common among the customers who like to buy the smartphones from suitable carriers, but many Android users wish to change the...

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Okay, let's just imagine that Android would not exist. Let us go down the shadow valley of closed source, non existing app ecosystems and overpriced aluminum metal bodies with stay in the line signposts, hitting you in your face every single time you try to make your experience better....

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The best thing about Android that make it different from and superior to other major operating systems in the world is its flexibility and capability of immense customization. We have been enjoying many features on our Android devices that the users of iOS and Windows Phone can only feel jealous...

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Most of the drills performed on an Android device involve commands or procedures that are carried out manually. However, there is a huge bunch of people here who like it the easy way and that’s where toolkits make an entry. A toolkit is a fortune cookie for the newbies or...