LG G3’s keyboard is touted in Android world as one of the better keyboards you can use as it comes with ability to resize your keyboard (which can be good for making the keyboard size exactly the you want it, works great for larger-screen phones) and support for Swipe out of the box.
Tagged: rooted android
Recently, I’ve noticed there’s more apps that check for root on your Android smartphone/tablet device and won’t let you run the app because you have a rooted Android device. Usually, these are safety precautions that companies take in case of hackers stealing your private information but I honestly think they are going overboard as Android is built on Linux, which is not susceptible to viruses like Windows. Most rooted Android devices are in fact probably safer because the user has full control over the phone, not the other way around.
I know many of you don’t have a Nexus 5 and can’t enjoy the latest and great Google Keyboard that will supposedly be on the next Android 5.0 BUT if you have a rooted Android smartphone/tablet, you can install the latest Android L Preview keyboard easily by following tutorial below.
For rooted Android smartphones and tablets, sometimes you may need to flash IMG files (files ending in .img). Whether you are flashing recovery image such as CWM or TWRP recovery or flashing boot image, it’s always a complicated task involving fastboot command with a computer OR terminal emulator with dd commands.
For those of you with a rooted Android smartphone or tablet, you probably want to know that there’s an awesome audio app that’s free and you can install on any rooted Android device. This app is better than anything on the Play Store and it’s free.
When installing certain custom ROMs on rooted Android smartphones or tablets, you will encounter “Status 7” error issues once in awhile with ClockworkMod (CWM) Recovery.
What’s hot around town right now? Of course, it’s the PIE Control!
If you are running the latest ParanoidAndroid ROM, you can get PIE Control, a new way of accessing your home buttons.
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.