Android ID is a set of 16 hexadecimal number. Some applications or games use it as a identification ID for your account. As an example, all games from Gamevil will save your Android ID in their game archives. When you try to hack one of their games, your Android ID will get banned. And you[...]
Every Android device has its own rooting methods. Those method also came with its own risk of failure. Now you can easily rooting your Android device and you don’t even need to flashing your device just for rooting it. SRSRoot is an easy to use solution for rooting your Android device, the software contains multiple[...]
Jump to : Supported Tablets Faq & Help Download Link Universal WM8650 Uberoid v12 runs on 215 models of VIA/WM 8650 chip based tablets. This includes tablets that have a sim card / phone function and about all different screen sizes from 5″ to 10.2″. The firmware is rooted and equipped with a lot of[...]
Final Fantasy III — now on Android! First released in 1990, Final Fantasy III was the first title in the Final Fantasy series to become a million-seller, establishing once and for all that Square Enix’s classic RPG saga was here to stay.
This article examines various ways to remove pre-installed applications from your Android smartphone. Free up some precious memory by purging the apps that you don’t want.
Google Android has for a long time been regarded as the platform to avoid when relying on Microsoft Exchange Server. However, that time has passed. We had a close look at the current state of Exchange support on Android and found that it has finally grown up! Read on to find out all about it!
Are you frustrated by the lack of memory on your mobile Android phone device, or by its slowness, or short battery life? The following tips may help you. With these I have over 75 installed Android apps (several of them over 1 MB each) and still have 15 MB free. My Android phone is much[...]