Many people are afraid to root their Android device, the major fear is losing the warranty and a possibility of turning your beloved device into an expensive brick. I agree that the risks exist but if done properly then rooting can prove to be worth the risk. By rooting an Android device you get access
Since the launch of Android, it has become the most productive and most modified operating system ever built on Linux. Android’s open source power makes it the best selection for customization among the developers. All the companies no matter Samsung, HTC, Sony, Micromax, Karbonn etc are using the Android version, developed and managed by Google Inc. Apart from Google there
If you didn’t read the previous post in which I mentioned reasons why and why not to overclock Android phone, read it now! It has everything you need to know before overclocking your device. If you already gone through it, and decided to do the job, go on. First thing you need to do before
Bell Nitro HD back in news. Yes the LG smartphone has got a root recently when an XDA developer “-ReaL-” came up with instructions for an Android Ice Cream Sandwich version 4.0.4 firmware update with version V20E. It has been rolled out officially and for all those who have got his update now can root Bell Nitro HD.
Rooting your Android Device will let you get around the limitations of your device set by your manufacturer. Rooting is a technique that if done correctly can let you access you a lot of options for your device that would have been else not available to you. But if you are not careful then you may