Posts From jman2131

Relocate the Dalvik Cache to Get More Space on your Moto G with Mod

Having little to no memory left on your Android device is a bummer especially when you’ve already tried cutting down your files, music, videos, photos and apps to only the very bare essentials (which definitely has a wide scope needless to say). For owners of devices without SD card slots, this can be pretty frustrating,...

ACA Clock Widget Keeps Track of Multiple Time Zones

For many Android users, the home screen never stays the same for more than a couple of days. I don’t know if it’s because of the absolute vast options for customization, their aesthetic tastes simply change quickly, or simply that they enjoy playing around with home screens. In any case, any customization addict knows that...

Sony Xperia S, Ion, and Acro S Get Unofficial Android 5.0 Builds

The Sony Xperia S, Acro S and Ion devices were released at the beginning of 2012, and were the first line of phones to bear the Sony brand name. In this way, they were quite iconic, as they represented the end of an era of Sony Ericsson, and the beginning of Sony Mobile. And they...

ADB Tools Connects Your Android Device with ADB over WiFi

Normally anytime you need to connect your Android device to your PC with ADB, you probably scrummage around your drawer a little bit and find that tangled up spare USB cable for your device. Of course, this means that you’ll be limited by this physical cable form factor: untangling it, bending it at the right...

Race Against Ghosts on the Sony Smartwatch

When you exercise, it’s natural to aim to improve upon what you achieved the previous time performing that activity. That's the very reason why we keep pushing ourselves through the last few minutes or reps, as well as why it feels so good when we do manage to push through. The great thing about having...

Download and Install Every CM App with CM App Installer

Over the years, CyanogenMod has bloomed into an absolute powerhouse with its ROMs appearing on a number of fantastic devices such as the OnePlus One and the Oppo N1. Because of its popularity and wide usage, it isn't very surprising that many people have grown accustomed to and have developed a preference for the custom...

Experience Flow Throughout Sony Xperia Z1 System UI

The ‘Cosmic Flow’ animation and theme were first introduced with the 2012 line of Xperia devices from Sony. They were undoubtedly quite visually striking, particularly the multicolored live wallpapers. And although Sony has moved onto the more reserved and mild ‘Experience Flow’ theme as seen on their newer devices such as the Xperia Z3, it...

Use the Front Earpiece as a Second Speaker on the Note Edge

Speaking as an owner of a phone with a rear-facing speaker, I can tell you just how ridiculously small and weak any media playback sounds. Maybe it’s because we’ve all been conditioned to experience high quality sound playback in recent years with superb sound products and features *ahem* HTC One *ahem*, but hey, it’s 2014....

Motorola Droid 4 and RAZR Get Unofficial Lollipop Builds

Android 5.0 Lollipop has been hailed by many as one of the most refined versions of Google’s OS. The OS revision started rolling out to devices last month, with the Nexus family having already been updated and Motorola and Samsung giving indications of a potential Android 5.0 update to select devices as well. Not only...

Get Your Moto360 Watch Faces in Order with Face View

With its circular and minimalistic design, the Moto360 is undoubtedly one of the more attractive Android Wear smartwatches on the market right now. As such, there's bound to be a plethora of custom watch faces to match the tastes of any Moto360 owner. Over time however, if you find yourself with a collection of watch...

Get the Windows Taskbar and Start Menu on Android OS

A lot of users of Windows 8 were angry when they took away the classic Start Menu and replaced it with the more touchscreen friendly "Modern UI" start screen. Demand for the return of the Start Menu has been so strong that there are numerous programs out there that recaptures this element of the UI,...

PuzzlePhone is Another Android Modular Phone in the Works

Over the last two years, there’s been much talk about Google’s Project Ara, a modular phone concept with various hot-swappable hardware components. This means that you can easily replace, let’s say, the CPU, or the battery, or the screen, once they’ve become damaged, old, or slow--without having to purchase a new phone entirely. Now it...