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KitKat-Based OmniROM Available for Google Nexus

Are you a Nexus 5 owner? Are you into the custon ROM scene? Well if you are like me (my N5 was just a few mere hours old before the bootloader was unlocked and the device rooted). Google Nexus 5 owners looking to get in on the fun: …

Jellybean for the Galaxy Nexus hits XDA

Well that didn’t take long. Although Android 4.1 will officially be coming in July as an OTA update for existing devices, those wizards over at XDA already have the stock version released yesterday at Google IO available to download and flash to your device. If you know how …

Samsung Galaxy S3 now has root

You may have heard about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S3, it is going to attract a lot of peoples attention, including hackers, rom developers and many many Android fanatics. Lots of these people are going to be looking to root their new phones and set them free. Well …

Enjoying the extra 23GB Dropbox space? Don’t get comfy..

If you’re a regular reader and follow our lovely Twitter feed, you’ll know about the 23GB of extra storage that became possible thanks to a rather naughty tweak by XDA-developers. A slightly modified Dropbox APK file tweaked things so that the Dropbox servers thought you were using a …

XDA Premium HD app released on the Android Market

Love them or hate them, XDA Developers are a massive part of the Android community. Their forums cover hundreds of different devices and you can normally find no end of useful information, ROMs, tweaks and apps for your handset. The forums are sometimes difficult to browse on a …

Asus Prime now selling in the UK

Are you after a Asus Transformer Prime? Are you in the UK? It probably worth checking this thread over at xda-developers . It looks like units are starting to fly off the shelves from PC World and Currys. It seems that the larger PC World stores are the …

Asus ready to unlock the Prime?

Story so far. The bootloader on the Asus Prime is locked. This prevents developers doing a lot of fun developer things like custom ROMs. The Prime is a SIM free device too, so there’s no networks asking Asus to stop network unlocking. The guys at xda-developers have started …