ANDROID 6.0.1 MARSHMALLOW Posts on XDA

Huawei P8 Lite with Kirin 620 SoC Gets its First Stable AOSP-Based Rom with Unofficial LineageOS 13.0

HiSilicon's Kirin SoC are notorious for holding back devices on the development front, mostly due to a slow release of kernel sources, although the Kirin lineup itself is still impressive in terms of performance. On the other hand, phones built on Qualcomm SoCs tend to be much more developer friendly than Kirin devices thanks to...

Android-x86 Project Releases Stable Version of Android 6.0

If you are someone who runs Android on your laptop or desktop, you may have heard of the Android-x86 project. For those who haven't, the Android-x86 program is an initiative by volunteer developers to port over and run Android onto desktops and laptops running on AMD or Intel processors. After pushing out Android 6.0 Marshmallow in...

Microsoft Lumia 525 Hacked to Run Android 6.0.1 with CyanogenMod 13

You may have heard of the Microsoft Nokia Lumia 525. Or not, we wouldn't blame you. It's a humble little device, with a 4" 800x480 IPS display powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 SoC, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage. The device also came with Windows Phone 8 (updated to Windows Phone 8.1) and was...

Samsung Unveils the Galaxy Note 7

At a launch event in New York, Samsung has officially taken the wraps off the newest iteration of the Samsung Galaxy Note lineup -- the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0a6Y9JvPqo So far, courtesy of leaks and rumors, we knew that the next Note device will come bearing the Note "7" moniker, instead of being called the Note...

OnePlus Launches the OnePlus 3: SD 820, 6GB RAM For $399

After what has been a fun hype train full of leaks, including the ones where newspaper ads came in from the future, we finally have the OnePlus 3, in all of it official glory. Device Name: OnePlus 3 Release Date/Price Available Now, U$D 399 Android Version 6.0.1 (Oxygen OS ROM) Display 5.5 inch 1080p AMOLED (401p ppi) Chipset Snapdragon 820, Quad Core 2x 2.2GHz 2x...

Lenovo Moto G4 and G4 Plus Leak Roundup — What We Know, What to Expect

The Moto G4 release is right around the corner, with the device scheduled to make an appearance on 17th May 2016 at an event in New Delhi, India. Not only will Lenovo-Motorola unveil the next successor to the constrained yet successful Moto G lineup, but they are also very likely to add in an extra...

Best Apps You’ve Never Heard of: Dashboard Cast

There is a Raspberry Pi project that turns a mirror into a magic mirror that displays information, like news and weather. But what if you cannot stand to look at yourself in the mirror? Have no fear, with today's app you've probably never heard of you can create a dashboard of information on your ChromeCast....

Will Lowering Your Device’s Resolution Affect Performance?

There is a lot of talk about the greatness of the latest devices with QuadHD. However, there is the constant complaint of battery life. In this episode XDA TV Host Rirozizo asks the question "Will Lowering Your Device's Resolution Affect Performance?" He shows you how to change your resolution and runs some basic tests to...

Top 5 Widgets for Android!

The great thing about Android is its customizability. There are tons and tons of widgets available on the PlayStore. XDA TV Host Zach was told he had to single out 5 that he had to have? He chose the ones listed below and shows them off in today’s video! Check of the one he thinks...

Dirty Unicorns ROM Updated to Marshmallow, Brings Lots of New Features

The sixth major incarnation of Android, version 6.0 Marshmallow has been out for a while. Custom ROM developers had a couple of months to implement the most innovative features to make their projects unique. If we dive into XDA forums we can find thousands of custom ROMs. Every one of them differs here and there. We have...

BadaDroid is Alive and Kicking! Android Marshmallow Available for Samsung GT-S8500 Wave

Android is a unique mobile OS, as it can be installed on various devices including phones, tablets, watches or even cars. It's one of the most flexible operating systems and due to its open-source nature, it's ported to even more devices. Most of OEMs decided to use it on the phones, but s particular Samsung created an own...

Chroma ROM Review (Sort of) and Overview – XDA TV

In the past we have, sort of, reviewed many custom ROMs, like CyanogenMod 12s, Oxygen OS, CyanogenMod 12, OmniROM, SlimKat and more. Here at XDA we live for custom ROMs. Whether they be huge community efforts or the tinkering of a single person, custom ROMs help unlock more functionality to our beloved devices. Now that Marshmallow is out, many ROM...