It seems like every time you open the proverbial newspaper. HTC is winning an award for its flagship device, the HTC One. The HTC One comes in various carrier-skinned iterations including variants for AT&T, Sprint. and TMobile. What do we do here at XDA once we get a new device? That’s right, we customize it.
Earlier, we showed you how to unlock the bootloader. In this episode, XDA Developer TV Producer Steve shows you how to install ClockWorkMod Recovery on the HTC One and then gain root access. This allows you to use a lot of . . . READ ON »
Here at XDA, we are power users. As power users, we often have a lot of apps installed. Sometimes, those app run in the background and waste precious battery life, and maybe even take away from our data bandwidth. Well, if those apps would just go to sleep, we could have more battery left for fighting an ornithoid versus porcine battle.
XDA Senior Member oasisfeng has an application to help put those apps into hibernation. In this video, XDA Developer TV Producer TK reviews Greenify. TK shows off the application and gives his thoughts, so check out this . . . READ ON »
Get started with Windows 8 development with a handy tutorial. That and more are covered by Jordan, as he reviews all the important stories from this week. Included in this week’s news is an article about connecting certain Samsung devices via USB Mass Storage protocol and adding a physical camera button to your Sony Xperia Z.
Jordan talks about the other videos released this week on XDA Developer TV. XDA Developer TV Producer Jayce released a video on salary negotiation tips and tricks, which was followed up with a video on tips and tricks for the toughest job interview . . . READ ON »
Finishing up his series about Job interviews, XDA Developer TV Producer Jayce talks about the scariest and most difficult questions in an interview. I’ve you haven’t already, make sure you check out his resume tips, tips for dealing with the phone call screen, and acing the main interview.
In today’s episode, Jayce again interviews Rachel Finan, a recruiter at Hays Recruiting, about salary negotiations. Rachel gives some tips about how to answer curveball questions. Check out this video.
Check out Jayce’s other videos and his Careers in Android Series.
Continuing his series about Job interviews, XDA Developer TV Producer Jayce talks about the biggest unknown to most people in the job process: salary negotiation. He’s already given you resume tips, talked about dealing with the phone screen, and how to ace the main interview. Now he talks about getting the pay you want.
In today’s episode, Jayce interviews Rachel Finan, a recruiter at Hays Recruiting, about salary negotiations. Rachel gives some tips about how to negotiate your salary. Jayce then expands on his tips to help you get some bills to pay your bills. Check out . . . READ ON »
An unofficial build of ClockworkMod Recovery has been released for the Android-powered Ouya game console. That and more are covered by Jordan, as he reviews all the important stories from this week. Included in this week’s news is an article about using CASUAL to root and install TWRP on on your AT&T Samsung Galaxy S 4 easily and news about development on the Motorola MotoACTV.
Jordan talks about the other videos released this week on XDA Developer TV. XDA Developer TV Producer Kevin gave us video on DLNA, Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler tore apart the AT&T . . . READ ON »
Here at XDA, we are a community of developers and power users. XDA’s history and purpose is based on a long standing sharing of knowledge, ideas, creations, and opinions. XDA is a place where you can learn to do just about anything for your mobile device, sometimes to the detriment of your warranty.
Recently, a new creation has come to our attention. This creation, called Casetop, promises to turn any smartphone into a laptop. XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan interviews Johnny Andrus, the creator of casetop. Jordan did a live broadcast of the interview and spent 30 minutes talking . . . READ ON »
Recently, XDA Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler tore apart and hacked up a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. The large device was quite a show, but sometimes it is more exciting to see the inside of a smaller device. How do they fit so much power in such a small space. So using his powers of hackery, AdamOutler is taking apart the AT&T Galaxy S 4.
After tearing down and Unboxing the XDA Way, he continues by giving a tour of the device’s components. AdamOuter demonstrates the device setup, installing recovery, and rooting the device. So if you . . . READ ON »
It has long been the dream of many technology enthusiasts and road warriors to have to carry only one piece of electronic equipment and still be able to stay in touch. The smaller the electronic equipment, the better. As it stands now, many people carry a phone and a laptop.
There have been many attempts to remedy this situation, such as the Motorola Atrix and its laptop dock. However, this only worked with Atrix handsets. Many tablets have tried as well. The ASUS Transformer line allows users to attach a keyboard, but that doesn’t function as a mobile phone so you . . . READ ON »
When the Samsung Galaxy S III came out, the commercial showed a person playing their video on a huge television for all to see. Well this isn’t a Samsung-exclusive trick. Sony helped estimable the Digital Living Network Alliance or DLNA. This group is responsible for defining interoperability guidelines to enable sharing of digital media between multimedia devices.
In this part of the series, XDA Developer TV Producer Kevin gives a demonstration of DLNA. Kevin shows you three examples of how to use DLNA to view videos on your phone, from his Xbox to his television to an Internet streaming box. . . . READ ON »
XDA Elite Recognized Developer Chainfire has worked around Samsung’s attempt to block rooting your phone. Therefore, new devices have been added to CF-Auto-Root. That and more are covered by Jordan, as he reviews all the important stories from this weekend. Included in this week’s news is a tutorial on testing your app with Robotium. And in related news, there is an article on how flash custom ROMs and Recovery to the Samsung Galaxy S 4.
Continuing his series about Job interviews, XDA Developer TV Producer Jayce talks about the biggest part of the job process, the main in-person interview. This follows up on his other videos talking about phone interviews and resume tips he has gotten from different people.
In today’s episode, Jayce gives some tips about how to have success in an interview. Jayce then expands on his tips to help you get your next job with advice from his experience interviewing many people about jobs and careers. Check out this video.
Check out Jayce’s other videos and his Careers in Android Series.
XDA Developer TV Producer Jayce has been very busy creating videos to help you in your job search. He spoke to people who said resumes don’t work. He talked to a recruiter to reveal how resumes are chosen. So, now that you’ve got your potential employer’s attention, what next?
In today’s episode, Jayce interviews Brian Shin, a recruiter at ProCount Staffing, about phone interviews. Brian gives some tips about how to success in a phone interview. Jayce then expands on his tips to help you get your next job. Check out this video.
Check out Jayce’s other videos . . . READ ON »