POSTS TAGGED: Android 2.0/2.1 (Eclair)
Posted July 5, 2011 at 12:00 pm by TheRomMistress
Posted July 5, 2011 at 09:00 am by TheRomMistress
There are 7x9 colorful squares on the board and players swap tiles of the same shape to match colors and clear them. Simple rule but hard to master!Read on for features...
Posted June 28, 2011 at 09:00 am by egzthunder1
We are always looking for newer cooler, faster, and better performing apps for our devices. Some of the stock apps (well, really most of them) lack the ability to undergo customization or are just flat out slow. One such category that happens to be suffering from this on Android devices is the dialer department. There are some replacements out there, but they several are simply skinned versions of stock dialers. Well, now thanks to XDA member mozarcik__, there is a new dialer in town, which is ready to take your phone experience to a whole new level. This new dialer is incredibly quick and responsive, features call history divided by contacts, it has support for several languages, and best of all, it is fully ski. . . READ ON »
Posted June 24, 2011 at 12:00 am by egzthunder1
After all the ports from SDK, all the themes and skins to resemble it, one would think that the Honeycomb interface (and really the overall OS) is slowly taking the world of Android by storm. with this in mind, many devs are working tirelessly to get a much more similar feeling in devices that cannot support the tablet-oriented OS. However, XDA member IntelSoftApps brings us a step closer to getting the full HC experience on Android devices sporting 2.0 and up. Honeycomb Launcher Beta is not a skin overlay like many other Honeycomb launchers out there. This one gives you the full experience with smooth transitions, animations, menus, and much more. The graphics and visuals in general will be made prettier in fu. . . READ ON »
Posted June 17, 2011 at 06:00 am by egzthunder1
The integration of GPS into our mobile devices was a huge technological leap, completely shattering the boundaries of what a cell phone was capable of. However, this wonderful feature is not great when we don’t really know if it is truly working or not. You may be getting an approximate location from your mobile connection and your GPS may have no clue where you are actually located. So, how can you tell if you have a few satellites locked on you or not? Luckily, XDA member dragonro brings us a very handy program to monitor this. This app will give you a notification of how many satellites have your location, which will pretty much tell you if you are indeed using your GPS or not. This is better than other diagno. . . READ ON »
Posted June 2, 2011 at 09:00 am by TheRomMistress
Here’s some of the cool features you get with Snapbucket:Continue reading...
- “Retro,” “Lomo,” “Sunrise,” and “’70s” - just a few of the awesome sets you can use to style your photos.
- Over 9500 combinations of sets are available
- Choose from individual filters, effects, vignettes, and frames to style your photos your way.
- Create YOUR OWN unique filter sets and brag about them to friends.
- Show off your stylin’ skills by sharing with friends to Photobucket, Facebook, or Twitter.
- Unlock new effects the more you use Snapbucket, and get filters that’ll make your friends green with envy!
- We’ll always keep your original photo safe on Photobucket, so don’t worry – go crazy with styling!
Posted June 2, 2011 at 06:00 am by egzthunder1
If you are familiar with GreaseMonkey and love writing your own scripts, then you will be really glad to know that XDA member _der_ has come up with a very handy application to run your scripts in your Android device. This plugin was originally available for Google Chrome, but since the dev wanted to have a more portable version of this, he decided to port it to be usable with our favorite little green robot. The dev does point out the fact that due to the slow nature of our devices, when compared to the PC counterparts, that you will need to be a bit patient and wait for Tampermonkey to finish doing its thing before you see anything out of it. Also, keep in mind that this is still in beta, so there may be a few scripts that do n. . . READ ON »
Posted June 2, 2011 at 12:00 am by egzthunder1
One perk of carrying around an expensive smartphone is the fact that you can show off all the cool tips, tricks, hacks, games, and everything that you can think of to all your friends. However, it is almost inevitable that someone may ask for your phone to mess with it for a bit and then just wonder out of your sight. There are many apps in your device that can contain potentially private data as well as some others that may have important things like your credit card linked to them, a good example being the market or the Amazon app. How do you prevent your friends and loved ones from buying stuff with your account or even from checking your email without your permission? Luckily, thanks to XDA member leducbao there is no. . . READ ON »
Posted May 30, 2011 at 03:00 pm by orb3000
Complaining about the reading speeds on your external memory card? XDA member Akusari presents SD-Booster, a great application that promises to speed the reading speed of your SD card by up to 40 times. You will need to have your device rooted in order to get it working. The latest version will work on Android 2.1 and up.
You can get it for free in the usual place, and as always we ask you to leave your feedback.
. . . READ ON »
Originally posted by Akusari
[App] SD-Booster v 1.0.2 released
i released version 1.0.2 of my SD-Booster app on the market right now.
This version fix a root permission bug found by Andreas and include tweaks for some devices (e.g LG Optimus Speed, Motorola Milestone).
Coming soon: New featu