Category: Android Smartphones
In my OnePlus 6 Unboxing & Quickie Review, I was super-excited about the 1080P 240fps slow-motion on the OnePlus 6 camera. Well, after taking some random shots throughout last week and looking at them in detail, I have confirmed my initial prediction, that OnePlus 6 may have the best slow motion smartphone!
Galaxy Note 8 is one of my main drivers if not my best phone of choice if I had to choose one phone from many of Android smartphones I have collected(around 100 now) in the last 7 years. Well, what if I told you that you can even make your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 better with pretty much all the software features from the Galaxy S9? That’s exactly what I did to my Galaxy Note 8 a few weeks back and boy, I am in heaven. While many of earlier S9 ROMs had bugs like earphone not working or AR stickers from S9 not working, all those issues have been fixed with the latest S9 ROM that I am using. It literally “supercharges” your Galaxy Note 8 as performance is great, battery life is excellent, and customization is nearly better. Everything just is better with the S9 ROM and once you install this on your Galaxy Note 8, you will never want to run stock firmware ever again. That’s a promise.
There are times where your rooted OnePlus 6 may be in a permanent bootloop situation. No matter what you do, including trying to unroot using TWRP or even trying the fastboot unroot method, it may still be in a bootloop or in other words, “hard brick”. Before crying on your mom’s shoulder or your wife’s shoulder, continue reading as your day is about to get better. Here’s how to fix it.
In this unroot tutorial, I am going to show you how to unroot the OnePlus 6 using stock firmware & TWRP. For this method to work, obviously you will need to have TWRP recovery installed. If you don’t have TWRP recovery installed, you can use the fastboot unroot method. Also, there is another hard brick unroot method, which I should have a tutorial on soon.
For those of you who want to root your OnePlus 6, here is the easiest root method even a 10-year old can follow that works on all Windows, Mac, and Linux. Now, before I begin, you will have to unlock the bootloader. If you have not unlocked your bootloader or don’t know what that is, please follow How to Unlock Bootloader on OnePlus 6 first!
This is unboxing of the all-new OnePlus 6 smartphone & review quickie after using it for about 24-hours. The OnePlus 6 comes with latest Snapdragon 845 processor, 6 or 8GB of RAM, 64 to 256GB of storage, 6.28-inch AMOLED screen w/ 19:9 ratio, and dual SIM sluts. After fondling with the new OnePlus 6 for about a day, I think I may have found a great smartphone I can recommend for under $600 that is not a Samsung or LG.
If you mess up a step while rooting your Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus or maybe you just want to go back to stock firmware, you can easily do it using ODIN and stock firmware files. Btw, process is identical for all Galaxy smartphones except the firmware file is different.
For those of you who have rooted your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus using our root guide, you may have rooted with the SuperSU app as Magisk was not compatible with Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus. Well, there is a modified version of Magisk that you can use now which is 100% compatible. If you have not yet rooted your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus, you can follow our existing root guide here but simply use the new modified Magisk instead of SuperSU and you will have Magisk root instead of SuperSU on your Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus.