Want to root your Kindle Fire?
Well, we’ve got some good news for you, Kindle Fire can be rooted on a Windows, Mac OSX, or even Linux.
New Netflix version 1.5.2 is out, optimized for Android tablets. It looks pretty good, the UI have been overhauled to really fit the tablet screens better. Also this is probably an update due to Amazon’s Kindle Fire launching today, I will have a full review of the device also soon so watch out for that.
Here’s some breaking news for the Android community and developers, Google has “just” released Android 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich source code into the wild. Of course, you can imagine many Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs being developed for various different Android devices in the next few days. This is an exciting day!
Well, today’s been a hectic day for me as I rooted my Droid Razr using Windows, then go free 4G LTE Wifi Tether, then unroot it, then rooted again using Linux.
Android Market 3.3.11 is being deployed slowly throughout the world and if you want to have it like “right now”, you can by downloading the APK file below and installing it on your phone. The new Market 3.3.11 lets you choose to auto-update all your apps, update only on WiFi, and other changes.
For those of you with an Android smartphone or tablet that supports OTG USB mode, which allows you to connect USB peripherals such as your USB flash drive, USB Mouse, USB Keyboard, USB Monitor, and more, you can buy an OTG USB Host cable OR you can make your own.
Not all of you may agree but after owning literally dozens of Android smartphones, I think I have finally found the best keyboard app. That is actually the keyboard on a Samsung Galaxy S2. It’s not the keyboard itself that makes it a good keyboard (it’s just a plain Android keyboard) but the hauptic feedback settings(vibration levels) and the accompanying sound feedback and let’s me type faster than any other Android keyboard.