Hacker superstar George Hotz just released a simple root method for most Android devices running an unpatched version of the Linux kernel, including the previously unrooted Galaxy S5 on Verizon and AT&T, as well as the Galaxy Note 3 on the same carriers, Galaxy S4 Active, and more.
Starting with builds dated 6/5/2014 or newer, OmniROM will now be based around Android 4.4.3 KitKat.
The latest Paranoid Android 4.4 BETA 1 adds in the popular Theme Engine, a stable version of Hover, and a bunch of other fixes.
This Xposed module brings Knock Code device unlock to non-LG Android 4.4 phones. Should you use Knock Code to unlock your phone, or is it just a novelty? We may not answer that question for you, but this Xposed module out of XDA is worth checking out.
Last March we reported on a developer who wanted to bring the “always listening” feature to OmniROM. Well… this is almost ready, guys!
The Paranoid Android ROM keeps surprising us with amazing features, but today’s update is a little different. Click through to see the improvements!
According to a new report from Chainfire, changes in AOSP hint that there are several hurdles heading our way when it comes to rooted apps.
Thanks to the efforts of several XDA members, it’s now possible to install CyanogenMod 11S onto the Oppo Find 7a, effectively turning the handset into an unofficial OnePlus One handset.
Samsung might be shutting the door on KitKat for the non-LTE models of the Galaxy S3, but thankfully the developer community has stepped up and delivered its own KitKat/Touchwiz ROM.
ES File Explorer has added a root option providing write access to your external SD card, bypassing new security restrictions in the Android KitKat operating system.