The other day I found a great way to make a smartphone or tablet stand using these flexible wires called Gear Tie.
For those of you wondering if OnePlus One tablet will be ever made, no worries, we’ve got it already covered and you can easily make a OnePlus One tablet if you have any Android tablet with CM11 ROM installed along with HighOnAndroid OnePlus One Conversion kit. In our last tutorial, we showed you how to turn your Android smartphone into a OnePlus One. Well, it turns out that method also works flawless on various different Android tablets including the original Nexus 7, Nexus 7 2013 Edition, Nexus 10 (everything except lockscreen works), Note 10.1, and probably will work on your Android tablet so long as you have CM11 ROM running (just flash our kit!)
For those of you who are still waiting for your OnePlus One invite, let me tell you that you can actually fully convert your existing Android smartphone into a OnePlus One by installing latest CM11 ROM along with the HighOnAndroid OnePlus One Conversion Kit.
My first thought on OnePlus One?
I usually don’t buy non-flagship phones made by smaller companies nor do I buy first generation products but I decided to break my first rule of thumb since OnePlus One seemed very promising, especially considering how cheap the phone is (I mean the price, not the build).
By utliizing our super natural powers through use of teleporting and subconsciously reprogramming your brain, we are gonna get you SUPER HIGH ON ANDROID with a Sunday Quicky.
Here’s another speed test update I did while I was over at my parent’s house in Pleasanton, California.
Yey, it’s time to announce the winner for our Galaxy S4 Active Giveaway! Congratulations to the winner who will be receiving the Galaxy S4 Active and HighOnAndroid T-shirts next week!
One of the coolest features on Samsung Galaxy Note phones is the ability to multi-task using multi-window feature, which allows you to use two apps at the same time, just like a desktop computer.
In this video, we go behind the scenes on a HighOnAndroid.com Job Interview and take a look at what it takes to work at the coolest Android company in the world.
Well for those of you pondering what these watches are like, let me give you the low down on specs for those of you tech noobs. The LG G watch features 280×280 pixel LCD IPS screen and 400mAh battery while Gear Live feature 320×320 piexl Super AMOLED screen. To the naked eye, both screens look fairly decent. Gear live is obviously slightly more clearer but I don’t really see any advantages as the pixel difference is not to huge.Battery life?