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So you own a brand new Samsung Galaxy Camera, one of the recent innovations by Samsung? Wait no more, to get your ‘camera’ rooted. Follow this guide to get the power of root now on your Galaxy Camera.
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How to root Nook HD and HD+, install Google Apps, enable Unknown sources, and flash manual update [Guide]
Barnes & Noble seems to be going good with their Nook HD/HD+. The following guide will not just help you to get your Nook HD/HD+ rooted, but will also help you install GAPPS (Google Apps) package, enable Unknown sources (which you cannot do with some simple clicks in this device, [...]Read More »
How to root Motorola Droid RAZR HD on Ice Cream Sandwich and keep root after Jelly Bean update [Guide]
Getting your Motorola Droid RAZR HD running Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) is now a piece of cake. Keep on reading to find how you can get your device rooted. Please note that there is currently no direct root method for Droid RAZR HD on Jelly Bean (JB). You’ll also loose [...]Read More »
Installing ClockworkMod (CWM) recovery on your Samsung Galaxy Exhibit 4G and getting it rooted will not only help you to just install some apps that were alien to your device till now, but it also opens up a new window to tweaking your device to your needs. If you are [...]Read More »
So you have your LG Optimus G, one among the most powerful smartphones currently in the market, waiting to get rooted, for more power. Wait no more and read on to find how to root your Sprint or AT&T LG Optimus G.
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Rooting your Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 will help you to get into the heart of your device and exploit the power that has been hiding under the shroud of ‘being unrooted’ (Wow! That sounds cool. ;) ). You will be able to handle most of those advanced tasks on your [...]Read More »
Rooting your AT&T HTC One X will help you to enjoy the power of your device to the extent you command it to. Please note that this guide is applicable only to AT&T HTC One X with firmware versions 1.73 and 1.82.
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Installing ClockworkMod (CWM) recovery and getting your Samsung Galaxy S III (GT-I9305) rooted will help you to get your device to do what an Android device is meant to do; give you the freedom to get your device to work the way you want.
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Rooting your Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE will help you get the maximum out of it, breaking the chains (and bla bla bla…). Simply put, rooting an Android device will help you to get the device to work the way you want, rather than adjusting yourself to use the device [...]Read More »
We had earlier shown you how to install TeamWin Recovery Project (TWRP) custom recovery on your Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE and get your device rooted using TWRP recovery. ClockworkMod (CWM) and TWRP are the top two custom recoveries for Android devices. This guide focuses on helping you to install [...]Read More »
Recently, we had shown you how to install TeamWin Recovery Project (TWRP) custom recovery on your Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE. The next best thing you might want to do to your device might be to get your device rooted. Obviously, installing TWRP recovery on your device has made it [...]Read More »
Getting your Amazon 7″ Kindle Fire HD rooted is now just a click away, thanks to the developers of XDA who have always had a great role in bringing out the full power of Android devices. sparkym3 of XDA has now made a one-click tool to make the process of [...]Read More »
Getting your HTC One S rooted will help you get free and do many things such as install custom ROM’s, do many advanced tasks such as modding your device configuration in most of the possible ways to suit your needs; features which are alien to unrooted devices.
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Rooting your device for the first time might have been one of the toughest decisions for you if you have been (or, are) one who has always been afraid of getting into trouble after rooting. Though it’s usually not so hard to get unrooted and claim warranty, rooting is usually [...]Read More »
After unlocking the bootloader of your HTC One X and installing ClockworkMod recovery, the next thing you might want to do is rooting your device. Rooting your device will enable you to have access to advanced features like overclocking your device, managing permissions of specific apps, making advanced backups, etc.[...]Read More »
Getting an Android device rooted might be one of the most looked upon things after a new device has been launched. And the developer community working behind Android and its dependencies is such big that there is usually almost no delay for a device to get rooted after its release. [...]Read More »
This guide will help you to unlock the bootloader of your Google Nexus 7, the first device to run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and to root your device and install ClockworkMod recovery, to gain access to advanced features such as blocking ads, or installing custom ROM’s such as Cyanogenmod.[...]Read More »
This guide will help you to root the AT&T version of Samsung Galaxy S3 to enjoy the real taste of your device, to full extent. If you are looking to root your Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, or International versions of your Samsung Galaxy S3, please refer to their respective guides, rather [...]Read More »