HTC HD2 is one of THE most popular devices ever created by HTC, and is considered by many as the hackers/system tweakers paradise as there are all kinds of different OS already ported and ready to be installed on this now aging (but still popular) device; these includes Windows Phone 7 (WP7), Android, Linux ports among others. And not to mention countless other tweaks and optimizations available online for the HTC HD2. Now an XDA forum member Cotulla has come up with an interesting but useful hack for the HTC HD2 that allows to use the device as a USB Read More >


Apple doesn’t provide any native feature to send and receive docs, images, video music over the Bluetooth to and from an another iDevice (iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch etc.), despite the fact that Bluetooth is supported as a hardware feature. On the other hand many users coming from the Nokia & Sony Ericson world are accustomed to using the Bluetooth to share their files with other mobile phone users or with a PC. File sharing via Bluetooth is a feature that you can find in many mobile phones these days that are not even smartphones! I think this is sign Read More >

While the wait for the reliable unlock for the iPhone 4 on iOS 4.3 continues,we have some good news for the folks on a baseband 4.26.08 with an iPhone 3GS. As iH8sn0w has ported a tool Ultrasn0w Fixer to work for the iPhone 3GS on the above baseband with iOS 4.3. This tool was originally developed by the creator of the TinyUmbrella and now ported by iH8sn0w to work on the official iOS 4.3 release. Have a look:  


We have brought to you guides on how to install Android 3.0 Honeycomb or Android 2.3 Froyo on your Nook color. As well as on how to root the Nook Color with the Android 3.0 Honeycomb installed. This time we will let you know how to install the Ubuntu on your Nook Color! Just follow the step-by-step guide to do so: Step 1: First download the Ubuntu files here. Step 2: Extract the contents using 7zip, WinRAR or any of your favorite archiving utility. Step 3: Copy the extracted folder “ubuntu” to the root of your SD card Step 4: Read More >

I earlier post a guide on how to Run Android Froyo 2.2 from bootable SD card on Nook Color but Now you can keep Android Froyo 2.2 on SD card and dual boot your Nook color keeping the highly customized stock Nook Color operating software intact. Requirements: -Nook Color (rooted) with Clockwork Recovery installed. Learn more about how to Root Nook Color and Install Clockwork Recovery, Google Apps Including YouTube, Gmail and Market Using Monster Root Pack -Micro SD card with USB card Reader -Dual Boot Preparation Flash File Dual boot Nookie Froyo ROM v 0.6.8 Follow the following steps: Read More >

Nook Color was announced by Barns and Nobles for release on 30 November 2009. Soon after the release Nook color was recognized as the best e-reader. Now hacks are available for Nook Color which makes this e-reader one of the best Android table on which you can run Android Froyo 2.2 or Android Honeycomb 3.0. My earlier guide on how to run Honeycomb used the stock Honeycomb kernel but now you can use overclocked kernel for better performance and also you can dual-boot your Nook Color (Thanks to rookie1, XDA developer forum member). Honeycomb was originally highly customized as e-reader Read More >

I posted earlier a guide on how to root your Nook Color device and install market using auto nooter. XDA-Developers member thecubed introduced a method for rooting Nook Device and installing Clockware Recovery and Google apps including Youtube, Live wallpapers, Gingerbread Keyboard, Calculator and Gmail together using Bootable Monster RootPack. This guide will describe how to root your Nook Color, install Clockware Recovery and Google apps. Requirement -Nook Color with USB cable -Micro SD card at least 1GB or larger -The latest Bootable Monster RootPack -The latest Bootable Clockwork SD -Google Apps -USB SD card reader – Win 32 disk Read More >

5th generation of long waited Apple iPhone 5 (32GB and 64GB) will be announced in June 2011 at WWDC 2011 from 5th to 9th June at San Francisco. So far Apple has not announced specification of the iPhone 5 and it is also not in production yet but today I will compile all the news to give you iPhone 5 preview including iPhone 5 specification, architecture and release date. Specification Appearance Iphone 5 button layout will closely resemble iPhone 4 including volume keys (divided into 2 keys), home and power keys, SIM card slot, 3.5mm stereo headphone jack and dual Read More >

When original iPad was released on At&t it was unlocked and could be used on other carries in the US. IPad 2 was released by Apple on At&t few days ago and few experts were predicting that iPad 2 will carrier locked. We got a bad news today from iPhone developers, iPhone Dev teams & iH8sn0w, that Limera1n and SHatter exploit are fixed in iPad 2 bootrom. Today in the morning we got the good news from MuscleNered who confirmed on Twitter that iPad sold in the US is unlocked so it can be used on other carriers. He also Read More >

While you are anxiously waiting for the release of Android Honeycomb 3.0 tablets, you can enjoy Android Honeycomb or Gingerbread on your windows computer. Alternatively you can use my guides on how make a powerful android tablet under $200 using your Nook Color running Honeycomb and also read about how to run Nookie Froyo using bootable SD card. Now I will guide you how to run Android Honeycomb 3.0 and Gingerbread on your windows using android SDK which was recently released by Google for developers. Requirements: Android SDK Java Platform (JDK) Follow the following steps: Step 1: Download android SDK Read More >

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