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Many Android devices have a several storage options for example in addition to the small internal built-in storage users can also insert SD cards with extra capacity. This is in contrast to Apple mobile devices like iPhone and iPad where users are stuck with the internal storage to save different games, apps and video data. There is no option for expandability in Apple devices (at least so far). If you have Samsung Galaxy S4 or some other Android device where you are running short on internal storage capacity due to the installation of large apps, games data or videos for Read More >

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Many of us using the SD cards with our Android devices are not satisfied with the reading speeds. This is particularly true when you compare the slow speeds achieved with in the Android OS on your phone compared to the blisteringly fast speed achieved when the same SD card is connected to your Windows machine! So, what I am trying to say is that, although the inherent speed offered by the SD card is important but in most cases if you are using these SD cards with the Android based devices – actually your mobile OS (in this case Android) Read More >

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Internal memory capacity on most of the currently available Android devices is quite limited and can get filled up pretty quickly if there are many applications installed in the internal memory. Only solution seems to be to avoid installing the apps on the internal memory but instead on the SDCard. However, now the problem is not all applications can be moved out of the internal memory to the SDCard, as there some apps that simply refuses to do so. A simple way to solve this problem is using an application available in the Android Market named Force2SD that moves such Read More >

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If you running out on space on the SDCard or external storage of your Android device, and tired of hunting down the files/folders that are consuming the most space? Then you really need to take a look at this nice little free app for the Android based devices called Storage Analyser that allows to list all the content of a directory (both files and folders) and also shows the most useful stats such as the space consumed by the specific file/folder on the storage, no. of files in a directory, and percent of space that is being consumed by any Read More >

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We have already written detailed guide on how you can run Android 3.0 Honeycomb from the SD card on your Nook Color. Advantage that you get from this kind of setup is you have all the honeycomb goodness while still completely avoiding any changes to the device (eMMC). So, in this manner you will not void your warranty (although it is not that difficult to reset Nookcolor to factory default settings anyway). More recently, we had published a detailed guide on the installation of Phiremod v6.2 on eMMC (internal memory of Nook). In my opinion Phiremod is THE best in Read More >

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Well, this might seem obvious for expert users on how to create a bootable ClockworkMod (CWM) SD Card, while for other novice users it might be a daunting task. And for some rooting stuff related to the Nook Color it might be required. Update 1: Added a direct link to the NOOK-CWM3028-imgfiles.zip file. So here we present a simple guide to flash the CWM 3.0.2.8 on your SD card: Flashing Bootable ClockworkMod on SD Card Step 1: First you need to download the image for your SD card size here, containing CWM 3.0.0.5. Step 2: Download the NOOK-CWM3028-imgfiles.zip file. (you Read More >

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Many of us using the SD cards with our Android devices are not satisfied with the reading speeds. This is particularly true when you compare the speeds achieved with in the Android OS on your phone compared to the blisteringly fast speed achieved when the same SD card is connected to your Windows machine. So, what I am trying to say is that, although the inherent speed offered by the SD card is important but in most cases if you are using these SD cards with the Android based devices – actually your mobile OS is becoming the bottleneck! This Read More >

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If you are one of the proud owners of a Nook Color device and used one of our guides on how to install an Android Froyo or Android Honeycomb then you know the importance of backing-up your data on the SD card before doing any further “experimentation” without messing around that is already working . Backup: Here we describe a simple method on backing up your SD card contents in it’s entirety just in case something bad happens you have something to resort to! Right? So, just follow this simple procedure (for Windows): Step 1: First download Win32DiskImager from here 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 >

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