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Learn Some Commonly Used Linux Development Commands

For the most part, if you're looking to delve into the world of Android development, you're going to want to run some variant of Linux. Cygwin's often times a nightmare and high performance tasks like compiling are never quite the same when run in a virtual machine. For many long-time Windows users, however, making the...

Share Files with Other Devices over WiFi with ShareBox

If you've ever handed over your mobile device to someone else in order to share files or allow them to look at a picture or video that you've captured, you undoubtedly know frustrating the process can be. Not only do your friends and family have to pry your smartphone out of your hands, which is...

Merge Your Battery Indicator and Home Button into One!

The status and navigation bars are probably the most commonly used areas of your device (that is, assuming you have a navigation bar), and they're definitely two of the more heavily customizable parts using Xposed modules. Android 5.0 Lollipop will also bring refreshed navigation and status bars, with new, streamlined shapes for the icons. A new Xposed...

Port Lollipop Checkboxes and Radio Buttons to Older Devices

Ever since it was first unveiled at the Google I/O 2014 keynote, the company's new UI paradigm Material Design has been dramatically reshaping how we interact with not only Google's applications, but third party apps written for the Android platform. And by now, we've seen most UI-focused applications receive updates to this Android Lollipop style. As...

Big Android Giveaway – XDA TV

XDA TV has teamed up with YouTubers DroidModd3rx, Zedomax, Flossy Carter, Danny Winget, and QBKing77 to give you a chance you win some great prizes. All you need to do is subscribe to the above channels, including XDA TV and leave on comment in the YouTube comments for this video. Prizes include a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or Nexus 6, a...

TechTalk Compiles All the Android News You Need in One App

If you're as obsessed with mobile devices as the vast majority of our forum goers, chances are that you browse multiple Android-related websites to keep tabs on all the latest Android news. Manually browsing the web for content, however, isn't always the best approach. Luckily there are plenty of tools available to aggregate all the...

Android App Review: Google Inbox to Improve Your Life – XDA TV

Recently, Google+ exploded with the announcement of Google Inbox, as revolutionary new way to handle your email. Google is trying to revolutionize the way you deal with email, with features like Snooze for an email, quick reminders and automatic sorting into categories. In this video XDA TV Producer TK reviews Google Inbox.  TK shows off the application,...

Google Play Developer Distribution Agreement Due Tomorrow

Every once in a while, Google updates the Google Play Developer Distribution Agreement.  This agreement must be accepted by every developer within one month after changes are published, otherwise certain services may be suspended. The last change was published Septempber 25, 2014, which means tomorrow is the deadline. Here's a copy of the reminder email, which was sent...

LG to Release Octa-Core “Nuclun” SoC in the LG G3 Screen

LG is set to follow the likes of Samsung and other manufacture its own System-on-Chip. The chip will be called "Nuclun," and it will be used for the first time in the upcoming "LG G3 Screen," which is debuting this week in Korea. The LG G3 Screen will be unavailable in other countries. So far, the list of...

Lockdown Pro 2 Brings Material Design and Media Support

Back in March of this year, we took a look at a rather innovated security application by XDA Senior Member thotran7989. Aptly titled Lockdown Pro, this app allowed users to lock applications with a PIN or pattern unlock. But rather than simply locking apps like the sea of other app locker solutions, Lockdown Pro differentiated...

Android 5.0 Favorite Features, Release November 3rd? – XDA TV

Google Confirms Android 5.0 Lollipop for November 3rd! That and much more news is covered by Jordan when he reviews all the important stories from this week. Included in this week's news is the announcement of Android 4.4.4 for the T-Mobile HTC One M8 and be sure the check out some of our favorite features...

Track the Time You Waste on Social Media with Socials Addict

When you use your phone, you often don't even realize how much time you spend waste on various social networking sites. Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are only a few examples of the very long list of social media portals. I'm sure that you are not using a physical stopwatch--but let's be frank, it's more than...