orb3000 · Mar 19, 2011 at 06:00 pm

Where to Start? – Full Android Guide for Beginners

Ok, so you are new on the Android operating system and sure you are dying to get your hands on your device and start tweaking/customizing, but where to start?. XDA Moderator timmymarsh wrote a complete thread containing links to the most important topics around Android Software and Hacking in General. You will find titles well organized by categories such as removing key-guard password policy, how to publish app inventor apps in the market, over-clocking your android msm7k device, how to flash a ROM without an SD Card and how to unroot android devices, amongst many more. The guide includes a big collection of themes, icons, games and apps as well. All you need to get your device the way you like it!
Be warned, you need at least 10 posts to access to the original thread.

Originally posted by timmymarsh
[REF] NEW Android “Sticky” Thread | Read Before Posting | Leave Sticky Requests Here.

This thread will list and link to all threads worthy of being “stickied”, it will be the only sticky in the forum (bar one) so please dont ask.

Please leave your suggestions for new threads to be added to this list below and a moderator will attend to this as and when necessary.
This thread will be cleaned once the suggestions have been added, so please dont be offended if your post disappears.
Ok Guys,

Sticky Roll up now up and running. Please leave suggestions for “stickies” here.
Many thanks for your help and support.

Read and search before posting a new thread

Continue to the reference thread.


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orb3000 is an editor on XDA-Developers, the largest community for Android users. @orb3000 News Writer & Forum Moderator @xda-developers. Windows Phone/Android enthusiast, like HTC and flashing! 100% cert. free of i-products Xalapa, México
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