mic_888 · Nov 22, 2010 at 12:08 am

Patch To Unlock All Levels On Angry Birds

No doubt you’ll have heard of the massively popular game, Angry Birds, available on a few platforms.

If you’re getting stuck on some of the higher levels, nows your chance to unlock them all! XDA forum member snoopy33 has come up with a little patch that you can download and install as an app, which will unlock all the levels of the addictive Angry Birds.

The patch replaces a file in the game, which is stored in the /data/ folder and hence requires your phone to be rooted. Some devices may require Busybox. In order to work, you must finish the first level before applying the patch.

The patch is available to download free from the Market. For more information, head on over to the modification thread.


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