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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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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...

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The Nexus 4 was the first of the two Nexus flagships Google brought in association with LG. The device was also the first Nexus smartphone to support LTE connectivity. When the Nexus 4 came out, it had the option to enable LTE network under Cellular Network Settings. However, Google was...

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Android's latest version, Lollipop 5.0, didn't just bring in a huge list of features and improvements but also a bunch of security policies, which made rooting a hard job to perform. However, nothing is beyond reach when it comes to the developers at XDA. Yes, we know whose name you take when...

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Google left a little disappointment to the Nexus 4 users who had waited for 2 long days before they got the Lollipop factory image. On the contrary, the legendary developer Chainfire had been so generous and released the root tool for the Nexus 4 devices running on Android 5.0 Lollipop...

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Nexus 4 had been abandoned by Google for a couple of days as the other Nexus devices flourished with Lollipop updates and the factory images. Google uploaded the factory images for the Nexus devices on their developers page on the day they rolled out the OTA updates. However, Nexus 4...

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The Android Lollipop update should be rolled out to the Nexus devices a couple of weeks back but unfortunately Google engineers were stuck in a pit hole with the weird WiFi bug. A week ago LG announced the OTA updates for LG G3 in the current week and recently...

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The Android 5.0 Lollipop OTA update is delayed to November 12, so the Nexus users have to linger around for another long week. However, this doesn't mean that they should sit idle as many AOSP build ROMs are already making their way to the developer forums. So chances are you'll...

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Android Lollipop is the talk of the Android community now, thanks to Google for finally unveiling the Android 5.0 Lollipop officially. To let the developers do the tinkering, Google also released the Android 5.0 preview images for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 2013 devices. But it looks like...

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Advanced Android users need a lot of tools to keep their devices up to date and importantly to boost up the device performance. Starting off with a Root tool, we need recoveries, unlocking tools, backup and restore tools and many more. Usually we maintain a separate location for all...

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