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Sick of the “bloatware” on the Galaxy S4? TrulyClean can help

Sick of unwanted apps on his Samsung Galaxy S4, an XDA-Developers user created a script that removes 98 pieces of bloatware and frees over 600 MB of storage space from the phone.
by Bogdan PetrovanJuly 3, 20134

CyanogenMod coming to Kindle Fire HD soon, but developer support needed

Would the $199 Kindle Fire HD be a better tablet if it offered a full Android experience? CyanogenMod support might be on the way, but devs might need more help in doing hacks and tweaks.
by J. Angelo RacomaApril 9, 20135

Bootloader-locked Sony Xperia Z now can be rooted

Do you have a version of the Sony Xperia Z that features a locked bootloader? XDA forum member goroh_kun has found an exploit that will grant root level access on a bootloader-locked ...
by Andrew GrushMarch 13, 20131

LG Nexus 4 gets USB OTG feature added manually via mod

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.
by David GonzalesFebruary 20, 201314
 
 

Paranoid Android 3 now available on the four latest Nexus devices

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.
by Tanay SoodFebruary 12, 20131

Adam Outler’s new “jailbreak” bypasses recent Verizon security fix for Galaxy Note 2

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.
by Conan HughesJanuary 28, 20134

New mod transforms your LG Optimus G into a Nexus 4

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 ...
by Andrew GrushJanuary 15, 201317

Android Authority On Air – Episode 44 – Holiday Recap

  From all of us here at Android Authority, we hope you’re having a wonderful holiday season. Being the time of year that it is, we have just a short, ...
by Derek RossDecember 29, 20122

Run stock Jelly Bean 4.2 on first generation Kindle Fire

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 ...
by Gary SimsDecember 18, 20123

XDA developer patches Samsung Exynos chip vulnerability

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 ...
by Robert TriggsDecember 17, 20127
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