ANDROID 4.4 KITKAT Posts on XDA

Android App Review: Control That ‘Noyze’ – XDA TV

Recently, we talked about an Xposed Module that allows you to modify the volume bar on your device and put it in the statusbar. However, sometimes you don’t have the Xposed Framework available, or root. Sometimes you want more customization options for your volume control.XDA Forum Member tombarr offers up a customizable, powerful application that...

Join Us at the Big Android BBQ 2014 – XDA TV

It is only a couple days until the fun and interesting festivities of this year's Big Android BBQ start. Every year the event just keeps getting better and better. Last year, we interviewed OmniROM maintainer XpLoDWilD, TWRP Lead Dees_Troy and Tha Phlash. Additionally Jordan shared his experience.In today's episode, XDA TV Producer AdamOutler talks about the...

XDA Xposed Tuesday: No Map Tips with Google Maps – XDA TV

Many people use their phone as a navigation system. Typically, in car standalone navigation systems tell you to set the destination while the car is not moving. But lets be honest, how many of us do that all the time? To make matters worse, when you are doing it with Google Maps, Google makes you...

Working Around the LG G3 Bootloader, Sony Remote Device Lab, MultiROM for Galaxy Note 2

The LG G3 Locked Bootloader can be worked around with Bump! That and much more news is covered by Jordan when he reviews all the important stories from this weekend. Included in this weekend's news is the announcement of MultiROM for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and be sure the check out the article showing...

XDA:DevCon 2014 UK Edition Event Review – XDA TV

This year's xda:devcon has come and gone. XDA TV Producer Jordan was in attendance. He got the devcon experience and is sharing it with you. Jordan talks about some of the great talks and the event as a whole. He talks about his whole expierence.If you missed the event and wanted to get a bbrief synopsis...

How to Factory Reset and Unroot a Nexus Device – XDA TV

If you spend any amount of time reading or hanging out in the XDA Developers Forums, you will hear people talking about bricking the device. They warn you to be careful because doing this wrong could brick your device. The rumors of the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 are swirling. With a Google event in the...

The Risk of Brick – XDA TV

If you spend any amount of time reading or hanging out in the XDA Developers Forums, you will hear people talking about bricking the device. They warn you to be careful because doing this wrong could brick your device. Developers always mention that they are not responsible if you brick your device. There are questions...

Bump! Works Around the LG G3 Locked Bootloader

Without any doubt, we can say that the LG G3 is a great device. LG did its very best to provide high level technical specification and make its flagship a "must have." While end users are likely enjoying stock ROM experience, folks here at XDA are yet to see some custom ROMs prepared by the...

CM11 for Android One, Updated Galaxy Nexus GPU Drivers!

ChainFire's Auto-Root Program now supports S5 Prime and Note 4! 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 CyanogenMod and Micromax releasing a device in India and be sure the check out the Android One...

Android App Review: Multitask with Ease with C Floating

In the past we have shown you C Locker and C Widget. Those applications allow you to customize your lockscreen and your weather widget, respectively. Well, from the same mind that gave you those apps, now you can customize your multitasking shortcuts.XDA Recognized Developer astoncheah offers up a customizable, powerful application that allows you to multitask and...

Device Review: Blackphone BP1

When you hear about a phone that is secure and has the means to be give you control over your personal data, an Android device might not the first thing that comes to mind. Two companies, Geeksphone and Silent Circle, are working together to get you to associate PrivatOS (a customized version of Android 4.4.2)...

XDA Xposed Tuesday: Don’t Get Down with OBB on Your Internal Memory

Everyday, our devices are getting more and more powerful--so powerful that you can play some serious games like Portal or Asphalt 8: Airborne. The problem with these games is the often require a huge library file for maps, and graphics elements, and these OBB files can take up a big chuck on your on-board storageIn...