Dualboot is a great feature to have, but sadly it divides the system partition space, which has a hit on performance and real-world user experience. If you are having slow system loading or need more space for system functions and applications, this tweak will prove valuable!
Apollo has been the default music player in CyanogenMod since Android 4.1. Check out the dark themed version of the player made by XDA Senior Member umangleekha and enjoy the more "material" version of the app!
CyanogenMod has changed its default bootanimation to match the Material Design and overall Android Lollipop design. If you want to try the new bootanimation, head over to this thread and get the correct file for your device's resolution.
Browsers are one of the most essential parts of smartphones. When the original iPhone came out, there was a big deal about that single fact, as it featured a Safari web-browser that brought the experience a much needed crispness and smoothness. On phones, that is; many of you probably remember what many seem to forget - dumb phones did it too! When I was a kid, I'd grab my father's Motorola Razr (probably the most stylish dumb phone there was)...
Installation of required Android tools for Windows can be a bit tedious. This tool by XDA Recognized Developer digitalhigh installs everything you need and adds them to PATH in just a few seconds. With DroidShell you can run all Android tools directly from the Shell of your Windows machine. Try it now!
We recently had a discussion about everything we hated about the new version of Android. From the terrible volume controls to poor memory management, there was definitely a lot to talk about. But what about the good stuff? Let us know what your favorite features are from Lollipop.
The Android sphere has a multitude of devices and while most apps ignore the constraints of the emerging markets, Facebook is aiming to appease all it's users, regardless of device specs, with the launch of Facebook Lite.
Check out Rusty Red UI, a minimal theme for CyanogenMod12's Theme Engine that changes everything from your lockscreen to your call-UI, making it rogue and stylish. If you've got a red Nexus 5, you can't miss this one!
There are some fundamental problems with Android Wear, and smartwatches as a whole. We've discussed some of these on our feature about its slow adoption. What many enthusiasts think holds Wear back is the lack of a decent app ecosystem, and the fact that it has not gained the functionality it needs. Meanwhile, market analysts place the poor penetration on the relatively high prices, many complaining that $200 is too much for a secondary gadget that does just what your phone does...