POSTS TAGGED: Android 2.2 (Froyo)
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 31, 2011 at 12:00 pm by egzthunder1
Our stance on adding forums to this site has slightly changed. However, there are certain new and upcoming phones that we cannot turn our backs to. One such device is the Motorola Droid X2, which is the successor of the hugely popular Motorola Droid X, which happened to be Verizon’s flagship for a while before more powerful phones started coming out from different manufacturers like Samsung and HTC. It comes with several improvements over its older brother such as a higher resolution display, bumping the bar up for qHD display (boasting at 960 x 540 pixels) and a dual core 1 GHz Tegra processor just like the Motorola Atrix. Some of the features that were carried over were the 8 MP camera, dual LED flash, and An. . . 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.
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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
Posted May 30, 2011 at 12:00 am by TheRomMistress
Posted May 27, 2011 at 03:00 pm by orb3000
If you are old enough or still have a WM device, you may remember how well received transparency mods were. If you own a Desire HD, Inspire 4G or similar, then check out this beauty for your Android made by XDA member lalitsehgal21. All you need to do is to flash the new modded ROM, the transparency 4 coredroid ver6.1 by Sergio76, apply 6.1 update file, and enjoy a clear view.
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Originally posted by lalitsehgal21
Transperency 4 coredroid 6.1 rom
Hi friends i have made some changes to latest rom for DHD by coredroid ver6.1
1. c the pics if u like the effect…..
2. Copy this coredroid modded transparent rom
Posted May 26, 2011 at 03:00 pm by egzthunder1
Games where the concept of real physics have to be applied have taken the mobile gaming world by storm. The evolution of our hardware has made them even more enjoyable as the smoothness with which some games can run is unrivaled and gives us that “that is a good looking game” eye candy kind of feeling. We all know them with names of famous games such as Rag Doll Cannon, Fruit Ninja, and of course Angry Birds. You will be glad to know that many people are working on new and interesting games of this kind for your enjoyment. One such member is XDA member jp2014, who just released the first version of his game called BlockFall. The objective of the game is quite simple, you will see a pile of blocks that you must t. . . READ ON »
Posted May 25, 2011 at 06:00 am by egzthunder1
Privacy is a paramount concern for many, particularly when all your personal information is stored in a device that has the potential ability to just send it to whomever it feels like it. Love it or hate it, Microsoft decided that this was far too important when Windows Vista was released and implemented a very annoying yet incredibly safe way of using your computer. The OS will ask you for confirmation of virtually every action we try to take on Vista and 7. A similar approach was taken by XDA member eoc who wrote LBE Privacy Guard for our Android devices. This works in a similar way to the aforemention Windows security implementation with the only difference that it will intercept actions being taken the automat. . . READ ON »
Posted May 23, 2011 at 03:00 pm by orb3000
It is very interesting to see a new section born and how it starts to grow. This is the case of the HTC Sensation, where XDA member Fightspit posted the very first notification icons collection pack. Inside, you will find a large variety of Gingerbread 2.3 static notification icons in many different color combinations. You can even find some animated ones as well. The icons should work for Android 2.1 and up, just follow the instructions on how to properly push them.
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Originally posted by Fightspit
[ICONS] ★ HTC Sensation ★ Notification Icons Colored Pack V7 (Static) & V8 (Animated)
Hi all !
This is the 1st theme thread for the HTC Sensation !
These icons come from
Posted May 20, 2011 at 06:00 pm by egzthunder1
Looks like people left rather happy from Google IO. Lots of news regarding Android, Chrome, and everything that people could have possibly wanted to hear about the future of all that is Google. Not just that, but also many devs that went there left with their hands and pockets full as well. In the case of XDA member Nikropht, he walked out of the conference with a brand new and shiny AADK (Arduino Accessory Developers Kit). The dev decided to put some code together and as a result, he managed to get his Gingerbread-loaded Nexus One to recognize and interact with the board. On the pictures that were attached to the thread, one can see that all sensors seemed fully functional, as well as LEDs, and even USB support. The l. . . READ ON »