Sometimes when you install custom ROMs on your Android device, the font may change to something you don’t want to use. Well if you have a rooted Android smartphone/tablet, here’s an easy way to change fonts using Font Installer App.
While none of us here in the U.S. have gotten our hands on full retail versions of Galaxy Nexus, Google posted Galaxy Nexus video tutorials on their YouTube channel.
This isn’t product hands-on review by any means but gives us better glimpse into what to expect from Galaxy Nexus coming to Verizon’s 4G LTE.
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.
Best all, you can unroot anytime back to stock anytime you want.
What can rooting do for you? Right now not much but in the near future you will be able to install new ROMs on the Kindle Fire, perhaps even run Linux, and a whole lot more.
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.
So now the Droid Razr is out, who is the “king” of Android smartphones?
Well, after a bit of playing with all the best smartphones on the market right now, I would have to say Galaxy S2 still beats Droid Razr in terms of overall performance and usability.
First, let’s give hats off to the all-new Droid Razr, it’s officially the “world’s thinnest smartphone” right now at just 7.1mm thick, thinner than Galaxy S2’s 8.5mm, which was the king of thinness.
For those of you speculating between the new Droid Bionic and Droid Razr, here’s some insights into differences.
The Droid Bionic is about the same size (width and height) as the Droid Razr while the Droid Razr touts the world’s thinnest smartphone title at 7.1mm depth. In reality, the Droid Razr is about half the size in depth. That’s probably one thing Droid Razr stands out, thinness and design.
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.
What a day, here’s all the stuff you need to know about Droid Razr rooting goodness:How to Root Droid Razr on Windows! – Most mods/hacks on this site requires a rooted Droid Razr, here’s how to root your Droid Razr on Windows! How to Root Droid Razr on Linux/Mac! – For Mac and Linux users, use this for rooting your Droid Razr! How to Get Free Wifi Tether/Mobile Hotspot! – Here’s how to get free wifi tether/mobile hotspot on your Droid Razr. How to Backup/Restore Apps using Titanium Backup App! – Here’s how to backup/restore apps! How to Unroot Droid Razr! – Taking your phone back for warranty? Here’s how to unroot it back to completely stock.