A user on the XDA-Developers forum has found a way to fix the lack of Nexus 4 USB OTG with an unlocked bootloader, a custom kernel, a USB Y cable, and common sense.
PA3 is a competitor to other multi-device ROMs like CM and AOKP. Now, Paranoid Android 3.0 is available for the Nexus 4, 7, 10 and Galaxy Nexus.
Even though Verizon rolled out a fix for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and rendered old rooting methods defunct, a new working “jailbreak” has been released.
Considering the LG Optimus G as an alternative to the Nexus 4, but just won’t settle for anything less than stock Android? A new mod could be the solution to your problems, transforming the Optimus G into a Nexus 4.
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A clever developer, who goes by the name of Hashcode, has released a stock Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean firmware for the original Amazon Kindle Fire. Using the new firmware users will be able to run exactly the same software that Google ships on the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10.
Following up from yesterday’s Samsung security scare, XDA Developer Chainfire has created a fix for the root exploit affecting Exynos 4210- and 4412-based handsets. If you’re running one of the afflicted devices then this is information you can’t afford to miss.
XDA member itsmikeramsay has released unofficial CM10.1 ROMs for Galaxy S3 owners on T-Mobile and AT&T handsets. Whilst there are still some bugs to be worked out, it’s a great start for users looking to run Android 4.2 on their S3.
It never takes those guys over at XDA Developers long to break into anything it seems, and the Verizson’s Galaxy Note 2 is their latest success. With the bootloader unlocked the Note 2 is now open for more custom ROMs and modifications, so it will be interesting to see what the community decides to so with this technological behemoth.
The playground is open. That’s just one of the slogans used by Google to illustrate how anyone can mold and modify Android to suit his or hers needs and desires, but unfortunately we’re still seeing numerous manufacturers closing the playground to custom ROM developers.