It was couple of weeks ago that we had a big news in the form of updated jailbreak tool called Redsn0w that allowed to get untethered jailbreak on many iDevices including iPhone 4/3GS and iPad. But unfortunately at that time it wasn’t possible to jailbreak Apple A5 based newer devices such as iPhone 4S and iPad 2 on iOS 5.0 or iOS 5.0.1. But we were promised that in a short time A5 chip based devices will also get the same jailbreak treatment. And finally the wait is over as greenpois0n team has released a graphical tool called GreenPois0n Absinthe Read More >


Nook Tablet is the latest entry in the cheap Android tablets arena released by the B&N in an attempt to compete with the popular Kindle Fire. It’s the successor of the very popular but now obsolete Nook Color that we all used to love. Its available for only $249 and comes loaded with a 1GHz dual-core processor with a small 7-inch screen with 1024×600 resolution IPS display as well as 16GB internal storage. It comes packaged with B&N branded version of the Android 2.3 Gingerbread as well. We have already brought you a guide on how to root the Nook Read More >


Samsung Galaxy Nexus has been available for quite some time now in the market and is of course one of the best Android phones money can buy right now. In particular, if you want to get the stock look&feel of the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in all its glory. Being the first official phone to ship with the Android 4.0 helped Galaxy Nexus to generate a lot of buzz around the media both before and after its release. If you are one lucky guy who has the ownership of this phone then the first thing you would like to Read More >


Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime is one of the high-end Android tablets that have been released recently. It is targeted mainly at the performance tablet market rather than the cheap low cost tablets such as Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet. It also happens to be one of the first Android based quad-core tablet based on NVidia Tegra 3 (Kal-E1) SoC which is a successor to the hugely popular Tegra 2. As we reported some time ago in performance benchmarks it’s the most powerful Android tablet available in terms of raw computing power. If you happen to be a proud owner Read More >


We are hearing from ages from Apple fan-boys (since Android became popular and started to become a real threat for the ever popular and industry benchmark mobile OS namely iOS) that Android graphical interface suffer from lack of consistency that starts from the core OS applications and extends to 3rd-party applications as well. And that is not just about inconsistency in terms of the visual elements on-screen but also from a usability point of view (as compared to the iOS). And then comes the discussion about the “smoothness” of the interface in Android vs iOS. It’s a general believe that Read More >


CSC or consumer software customization is one of the three main software components on your Samsung Galaxy SII device. First being the PDA or firmware that happens to be most visible part to the user. Second is Phone or Modem/baseband that is responsible for the strictly phone related functionality of the device. Third component is CSC which is mainly used for the carrier branding, APN setting used for data connection, carrier branding, MMS functionality for the specific service provider and other region specific software packages. You can change the CSC of your device if you have multi CSC packages installed. Read More >


For now many Samsung Galaxy S2 (SII) users are anxiously waiting for the official release of the Ice Sandwich (Android 4.0.3) based firmware from Samsung to flash on their device to bring it up to date with the latest improvements and features in the ICS. However, as we mentioned in the past it will take some time – at least few more months before this official release comes through the Samsung channels. Of course, there are already some early builds of the popular community-driven firmware based on ICS for the SGS2 such as CM9 and MIUI that we reported in Read More >


Nook Color has to be one of the most popular tablets of the yester years long before we were hit by the awesome Kindle Fire. It was quick hit with the system tweakers and modders after its release, and since then we have seen a plethora of custom Android ROM installation guides ranging from Gingerbread, MIUI, CyanogenMod among other ROM and not to mention many system and performance tweaks. Although, more recently our beloved single-core and underpowered Nook Color has been overshadowed by the more recent competition – e.g. release of Kindle Fire which is dual-core and is available at Read More >


These Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich based Roms are popping-up around all over the place for many currently available devices – both smartphones and tablets, although at current stage ICS ROM ports for the most devices are not fully stable and mostly in alpha or at most beta stage. For example, in the past we brought you the guides for the Ice Cream Sandwich port installations on Samsung Galaxy S2, Samsung Galaxy S, Kindle Fire, Nook Tablet etc. Now thanks to the hard work of the XDA forum developers there is an early build of Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich Read More >


Today iPhone Dev Team has released the PwnageTool 5.0.1 that can jailbreak iOS 5.0.1 untethered while preserving the baseband for your iPhone device. So real advantage is that you will retain your current baseband to unlock later on using Ultrasn0w. Please note that PwnageTool is Mac Only! This is NOT the only option as users can also use the latest Redsn0w tool to get untethered jailbreak on iOS 5.0.1 on their iDevice. We have already detailed guides on how to use the Redsn0w for this purpose both in Mac and Windows. In case, you are on Mac and you faced Read More >

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