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Hacking The Samsung Galaxy Camera – XDA Developer TV

Recently, XDA Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler got a hold of a Samsung Galaxy Camera. First thing he did was unbox it, then he tore it apart, and finally he rooted it. For your normal user that is plenty, but AdamOutler wanted more than an Android Camera. In this video, AdamOutler talks about some of the hacks that are working on...

Quadruple Boot into Nook OS, CM7, 9, and 10 on Nook Tablet

Booting into multiple versions of Android have become kind of quite common around these parts. There are many devices that can dual boot. Usually it's in the form of an OEM-skinned ROM and a AOSP-based ROM, which users choose to flash. Recently however, developers have been pushing a little further than that. The HTC HD2...

International CES 2013 Begins to Much Fanfare

After a record breaking year for attendees, the 2013 International CES event has begun to much fanfare. Sightings of celebrities included Felicia Day of “The Guild” and will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas. There were a lot of people in attendance, as we were constantly getting bumped into and rolled over by wheelable bags. We received...

Spare Your SSD by Installing Metro Apps to Another Drive

Since SSDs are becoming increasingly affordable and commonplace, computer enthusiasts have been adding them to their computers in greater frequency. And for those who dare, RAIDed configurations yield even more insane speeds (albeit without TRIM on all but a handful of SSD and chipset combinations). However, because they are still somewhat expensive, most buy smaller SSDs...

Check Your Network in Real Time with Network Traffic Monitor

We live in a new era of data consumption. Pretty much everything nowadays requires data connectivity. Users are video chatting and streaming various media, TVs come with WiFi, and there are all of these mobile devices begging for connectivity. It's no surprise that some households have 10+ devices connected via WiFi. Unless you live in...

Boot Android from SD Card on the Samsung Wave

Booting Android from an SD card has become somewhat of a trend in recent weeks. In most cases, it's been on devices that don't run Android as a stock OS, and users have the option to run Android and the device's stock OS. Now, similar functionality is available for the Samsung Wave. XDA Senior Member hero355...

Ubuntu for Phone and Boot2Gecko Demonstrations and More at CES 2013 – XDA Developer TV

In case you haven't noticed, the industry event known as International CES is going on this week. Over the past couple of days, XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan got a sneak peak on what to expect from some of the industry's largest players in the television, audio, computing and mobile device segments. In today's episode of...

Unlock Bootloaders without Fastboot on Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, and 10

Bootloaders are like locks on a cookie jar: They're just begging to be unlocked. When users on XDA see a locked bootloader, they immediately start looking for the accomplished developer who is working on hacking the device. It is for this reason that we like to hold Google Nexus devices as the gold standard for...

The Announcements are Made, Now the Show Can Begin!

Well the pre-CES announcements have already been made, and the first half of 2013 doesn't look too promising for new mobile devices. The theme of the announcements this year was cloud and smart. A lot of manufactures talked about connecting every device, from your mobile devices to your televisions to your washing machines. LG and Samsung...

Sony Releases Xperia Z at CES 2013

After much fanfare and high production value videos and presentation efforts, including an XDA Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler-style tear down and reassembly videos of cameras and mobile devices, the executives at Sony took the stage at CES to talk about their wares. They spoke about their commitment to pushing the envelope. They talked at length about...

Are Your Fists Crazy Enough for Crazy Fist II?

When developers release new games for Android, it's always good news. Whether it's a simple puzzle game or a full featured game with great graphics, every game adds to the Android gaming experience. Recently, a new game came out that brings a little flair to an old favorite. XDA Forum Member pgsoulyed has released a game...

Netgear and Intel Talk Tech at CES 2013

The day so far at CES has been filled with product announcements that, while exciting, don't excite us in the mobile development realm. Monster called up a cauldron of celebrity soup to hawk their headphones, people like Alicia Keyes and Xzibit---Yo Dawg, I heard you like celebrities... However, Netgear claimed that 802.11ac is here, and any...