With latest Pokemon Go update version 0.37.0, you will not be able to play the game with a rooted Android device.
I finally got hands on Google’s new Project Fi, which is a new type of carrier-switching smartphone plan from Google. Basically, Google uses T-Mobile and Sprint’s network to give you best of both worlds at a low monthly cost. The best part about Google Fi is that you only pay for data that you use and all unused data carryover to the month. While carriers like AT&T do carryover, their carryovers expire after only a month while Google allows you to carry over as long as you want. In essence, it’s somewhat prepaid data plan.
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.
For those of you wondering how to “unroot” any rooted Android smartphone or tablet, did you know that you can do that easily with 1-click using the SuperSU app?
Most U.S. carriers including AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon, will charge you an extra “tethering monthly fee” (around $20-30) if you want wifi tethering enabled on your phone so you can share your phone’s internet with other wifi devices you own such as Android tablets, desktop computer, etc…etc…
For those of you who can’t wait for Galaxy S4, you can already get some Galaxy S4 features like the S Translator app on your rooted Galaxy S3 or Galaxy Note 2.
I’ve been traveling to Asia often lately and found that when I am in countries like South Korea or Thailand (where I am right now), I found that you cannot access certain apps on the Play Store. Now, this can become a headache especially when I can’t get apps like Google Voice, which I need to keep in contact with my friends and voice messages for my phone number in the U.S. Also, I do enjoy listening to music using Pandora app or watching movies with Netflix when I am traveling outside the U.S.
For those of you who want to run your favorite apps in Phone mode or Tablet mode (such as Netflix shown above running in tablet mode with a Galaxy S3), scale fonts, keep screen ON, or even change language on “app basis”, you can do it easily on “any” rooted Android smartphone or tablet device running Android 4.0.3 or higher. (ICS and Jelly Bean)