Most of you are probably familiar with the concept of rooting, the process of allowing Android smartphone and tablet owners to attain privileged control over the operating system. If not, you should definitely check out our beginners guide to rooting for some background information and tips of getting started with rooting. But even if you’re in the knowledge, the reasons to root may seem few and far between at first, and the tradeoff with voiding your warranty is a legitimate concern. Nevertheless, here are my top reasons to root your device, all of which can drastically improve your Android experience….
A new Screen Recording feature is coming to CyanogenMod, as Koush demos it on video. Check it out!
Cyanogen has announced that CyanogenMod will be available in two versions including a Community Edition and a Pro Edition. Read on for more details!
Rooting may sound daunting to the uninitiated, but there are plenty of simple, user friendly methods to gain root access to your device.
The Paranoid Android team has now officially announced its new 0-Day GAPPS package, which aims to provide always up-to-date, unmodified Google apps for the use in any custom ROM.
A new root method has now been released for the Galaxy Note 3. The new method requires a bit of special maneuvering, but doesn’t interfere with Knox security. Keep reading to learn more!
OmniROM is a brand new custom ROM for Android, which was officially announced at BABBQ (Big Android BBQ). Read on for more details!
The main features of CyanogenMod 10.1, Paranoid Android and AOKP can be easily compared thanks to infographics created by an Android fan. Check them out!
Root access has been achieved for the Moto X (AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, US Cellular, and Rogers), and Motorola Droid Ultra, MAXX, and Mini.
CyanogenMod Accounts go live in latest nightly builds, which includes a track and remote wipe security feature.