Xiaomi Redmi 4X: Unboxing and First Impressions

• June 3, 2017

Xiaomi Redmi 4X, the newly launched budget-friendly phone has made its way to Pakistan and now on sale. This is Xiaomi’s second phone in this market with plans to bringing in their entire product line slowly. We just got our hands-on with the Xiaomi Redmi 4X (Global version), so here are some unboxing pictures of the phone and our first impressions of it. Redmi 4X or Redmi 4, both of these devices are exactly the same. Xiaomi launched Redmi 4 in India, and the same phone has been launched in China, Malaysia and now in Pakistan by the name of […]

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How to Update Moto 360 (2nd Gen) to Android Wear 2.0 Firmware

• May 30, 2017

This is a tutorial on how to update Moto 360 (2nd Generation) to Android Wear 2.0 NXH19Q firmware using the “forced tapping method” on your watch. Motorola tweeted a couple of days back that the new Android Wear 2.0 update for the Moto 260 (2nd Gen) should be rolling out now for customers worldwide. The roll out has been really slow and because if that, many users are still impatiently waiting for the update to land on their devices. In this guide, let us show you how you can force your Moto 360 to get the latest Android Wear 2.0 […]

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Download Pixel Launcher APK – Android O Developer Preview 2

• May 20, 2017

Download the new Pixel Launcher that was bundled with the recently released Android O Developer Preview 2. This is similar to the last one we covered when the first developer preview of Android O was launched. This updated Android O launcher can be easily installed on any Android phone running Android Marshmallow and above. This launcher is exactly that runs on Google Pixel with a few updated tweaks here and there. This Pixel Launcher APK from Android O Dev Preview 2 has been modified and patched to run on older Android devices. Android O Launcher (Pixel Launcher O-3952143) is extracted […]

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Download ADB, Fastboot – Android SDK Platform Tools

• May 6, 2017

You can now download ADB and Fastboot (Android SDK Platform Tools) officially from Google. Android nerds like us have used ADB, Fastboot and other tools at some point in using Android devices. To install an OTA update, flash factory image or simply to unlock bootloader of our phone, these Android SDK platform tools have been an essential part. Normally, to use ADB or Fastboot you have to download Android SDK / Android Studio and set it up on your computer. This requires you to download the whole package which is about 1GB in size. That’s a lot if you only […]

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Root Galaxy S8 Plus on Android Nougat Official Firmware

• May 3, 2017

Follow this guide if you want to root Galaxy S8 Plus on Android 7.0 Nougat official firmware. To root this S8+ phone, we will be using the popular CF-Auto-Root tool. Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is the bigger version of the same phone with a larger display screen and a bigger battery. Chainfire released the latest CF-Auto-Root packages yesterday which brought full root access to the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+. This complete root method is fully compatible with the Snapdragon and Exynos variants of the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus. A list of all supported model numbers is given below. […]

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Root Galaxy S8 on Android 7.0 Nougat with CF-Auto-Root

• May 3, 2017

This is a tutorial on how to root Galaxy S8 with CF-Auto-Root running on Android 7.0 Nougat official firmware. Root support for the Samsung Galaxy S8 was released earlier today by Chainfire. CF-Auto-Root is the most popular root package available that allows you to gain full system access and modify Android the way you want. Chainfire’s Auto-Root tool is now fully compatible and successfully works with the Samsung Galaxy S8 – Exynos and Snapdragon chipsets. We have listed all the supported model numbers and variants below in the article. As mentioned earlier, our complete guide below will help you flash […]

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How to Change TWRP Recovery Language to English

• April 30, 2017

This tutorial will explain how to change the language on TWRP recovery from Chinese or other language to English. Many times when you own an Android device by a Chinese manufacturer, it is possible that most of the active development for that phone is done by developers in China. As TeamWin has contributors for the TWRP custom recovery from all over the world, it is very much possible for devs to keep the default language on the recovery as Chinese. People who do not know Chinese are stuck with a custom recovery that they cannot use because of the language […]

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