Posts From egzthunder1

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I have been an active member of xda-developers since 2005 and have gone through various roles in my time here. I am Former Portal Administrator, and currently part of the administrator team while maintaining my writer status for the portal. In real life, I am a Chemical Engineer turned Realtor in the Miami area.

Create Your Own Mosaics on Android with ZaBa Photo Mosaic

Our devices have turned from the communicators they were meant to be a decade and a half ago into multimedia powerhouses capable of doing most of what we do with other gadgets and larger equipment. Of course, the all-in-one aspect and reduction in component size come at a cost (normally quality), but that is a...

Add a Dash of Retro with Old School Rotary Dialer

Not too long ago, we talked a bit about dialers and how they have shaped a large chunk of what we do here at XDA. They are an integral part of our devices, and such, they need to cover all the basics: They need to be visually appealing, functional, and easy to use. There are...

Draw2Dial Brings a Different Way to “Dial”

For those of you who have been on XDA since the early years, modding the dialer is something that has always been a bit of a habit. Windows Mobile was always a bit of a pain because in order to do any kind of modification to the dialer, one needed to know how to do...

4.4 KitKat Omni Lands on the Xperia T

As many of you are aware, an announcement was made during the BABBQ by some of the most outstanding developers in the Android world. A new ROM, called OmniROM, would be getting to an Android device near you and everything was find and dandy. Threads have been created in many fora across the site, where experienced and...

Challenge Your Brain with Sequences

Good old fashioned math, how many times have we doubted your innate ability to drive us completely insane? How many times have we wished that we followed art instead of engineering? The sole thought of math being useful in real life has been a puzzling idea since elementary school. Well, I personally love math, but...

Get Your Videos Faster with VideoBee for Android

Ever since the early days of mobile technology, people have always wanted to do more, and do it more efficiently and faster. Due to the amount of content and information on the Internet being limitless (and growing), the dream of getting everything instantaneously is a reality that never seems to get any closer, despite of...

Know Your XDA Worth with Unofficial XDA Credibility App

Many of us here at XDA pride ourselves in having built a good enough reputation that, despite us being under the veil of Internet anonymity, will follow us to our graves. Now, "how" that reputation is measured will vary based on people's individual perception of what is truly important for users and developers alike. Many...

Translate Your Apps with Ease Using Android Localizer

Probably one of the toughest jobs for anyone trying to get a product into users' / customers' hands is the eternal balancing act between trying to be productive, reaching as many people as humanly possible, and not having to deploy an eternity of small/medium/large tweaks to target other markets. Languages are by far the best possible...

Simulate Tilt-Shift Photography with Miniature Preview Camera

Over the last few years, we have seen a plethora of camera applications that allow you to add the most interesting looking effects to your pictures without much of an issue. Things like the Sony Xperia Z1's ability to add Augmented Reality effects to the pictures, HDR, 3D pictures (on the HTC EVO 3D and...

Dead Trigger 2 Tegra 4 Graphics Mod (for non-Tegra 4 Devices)

Some things simply have fantastic timing when it comes to releases. Halloween is the day when we bask in all those creepy monsters and nightmare-ish creatures that come out only during the night. In order to better celebrate this wonderful, candy stuffing holiday, we came across a small tutorial that should make your gore-craving inner...

I Forgot Mobile Helps You Never Miss a Call Again

There are times when no matter how attached you might be to your mobile device, you inadvertently leave it behind. After all, we are all busy people---many of us with families with needs and wants. And needless to say, their well being comes before our little (and in the case of the Galaxy Note family,...

View 3D Images on Non-Sense ROMs on the HTC EVO 3D

There are quite a few Sprint users out there who likely have fond memories of what seems to be a rather distant past. 2011 was the year when HTC decided to try something new---innovation at its best, if you will. They wanted to bring the not-so-new emerging technology of stereoscopic 3D imaging to mobile devices....