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Kill Wifi For Those Who Annoy You And Slow Your Network Down – WifiKill For Android

Lets put a very real example as a prelude. There are several cities across the country that offer free wifi on most public transportation systems. The biggest issue is that more often than not, if you are traveling during rush hour, you will likely get bumped off the net as soon as a few people...

Restore Your Everything From Rom Manager Back Ups With AppExtractor For Android

The most annoying task for anyone doing any kind of flashing on a device is without a doubt having to restore apps, data, and other things that we expect to still have after a flash. Rom manager will normally allow you to create back ups of your entire phone, but it does not allow you...

First CM7 Touchpad Alpha Released, and More on HP’s GPL Violation

Today is turning out to be a rollercoaster of news for the HP Touchpad.  Shortly after last night’s article on how HP installed Android on every Touchpad in order to load the component manufacturers' drivers for testing hardware, the Cyanogenmod Touchpad team announced the first public release of their CM7 alpha.  It was over a...

Claystone 3D Launcher Updated – Now With More 3D!

You may recall a few months back that we spoke about a new launcher/UI called Claystone, developed by XDA member claystoneinc. Well, the project didn't die, and in fact, it got better and better over the last few months. Just in case you don't recall, Claystone 3D is a panel-type UI, which allows you to put...

Kyocera Echo Running GB Successfully Rooted

The revolutionary concept known as the Kyocera Echo, which was deemed by many as a monumental failure, seems to be getting some development action on it regardless of its reputation. While we do not have a formal forum for this device on XDA, there are several owners of this device who make their contributions to...

HP’s Big Mistake

Rumors are flying about HP and their potential GPL violation by not releasing the source code of the Android kernel sold on three Touchpads so far.  Many of them are speculation, much of it over-hyped, but the fact that we speculate points to how many questions go unanswered and how much interest there is in...

Save Some Cash with XDA Member-Found Deals

Recently we split our Marketplace forum into three parts: wanting to buy, wanting to sell, and member-found deals. The former two act as a place where people can trade, plus buy/sell mobile hardware and accessories. The member-found deals forum was a bit of experiment, but so far we're please with the results: we were hoping...

T-Mobile Galaxy S 2 Forums Added

Well, it looks like the SGS2 family is finally complete. Each and every device from Samsung's new line up finally has a place they can call home on xda-developers. The latest entry into this party is T-Mobile's version of the SGS2, which went on sale not too long ago. The device, code named Hercules, gets...

Manage Your Bloat With Bloater For Android

There are always excess applications that come installed on your phone or custom ROM and it's sometimes a pain to manage and streamline your Android device. From XDA Recognised Developer Romanbb (and thanks to Blue6IX) comes Bloater, an app to help you install and uninstall what some call bloat but you might consider essential. The app is extremely...

Coin Drop for Android [SassiBoB Review]

Today on the BoB-Only Show, BoB proves how true marketing taglines can be. Coin Drop is a physics-based puzzle game made by Full Fat Productions. Its tagline is, “So addictive it will drive you mad.” At it’s core, this is one of those arcade games where you stick in a quarter, and the...

Own the XDA Banner from the Big Android BBQ!

Want to own the big and beautiful XDA banner from the Big Android BBQ? It's signed by hundred of XDA members, and is perfect for hanging on a wall and showing your love for the site. It's also quite massive, at five by three feet. We decided to do a charity auction for the banner...

Sync Your Books Across Devices With Aldiko Sync

XDA forum member GameGod72 is an avid user of the Aldiko eBook reader app and recently got himself a tablet. The dev wanted to be able to read his books on both his phone and tablet but could not find anything, and decided to do something about it himself! Aldiko Sync is the XDA member's first Android...