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Latest L Speed Mod Now Compatible with Android Oreo

L Speed is one of the XDA's most popular mods. The application combines many tweaks to improve a device's performance and it's been available for rooted phones since early 2015. XDA Recognized Developer and Contributor Paget96 has recently released the Android Oreo compatible version of the mod. The developer is actively seeking for Android O users to test...

Custom Kernels for the Honor 8 and Honor 8 Pro Are Now Available

The Honor 8 was one of the best choices for a high-end, budget flagship last year, and the Honor 8 Pro is its recently released successor that brings a fresh design, amped up specs, and a bit more. Honor's EMUI interface has gotten quite a bit better over the years, but it still leaves that...

Turn Your OnePlus Phone’s Front Earpiece into a Speaker (OxygenOS)

These days, smartphone OEMs are getting a lot of things right. Displays are becoming crispier and brighter, processors are faster than ever, RAM counts are getting higher, and batteries are lasting longer even if they don't get much larger. However, one component that consistently gets placed on the back-burner is the external speaker. If you've got a...

How to Enable the Front Earpiece on the LG G6 for Dual Speaker Audio Playback

The LG G6 was the first major smartphone to hit the scene with a 18:9 aspect ratio, and while the Galaxy S8 may best it in a few different areas, the G6 still offers a whole lot to love. The tall and narrow Quad HD display looks great, the Snapdragon 821 and 4GB of RAM...

Use Xposed Edge Pro to Auto-Start FireStarter or AppStarter on the Amazon Fire TV

A few days ago, the Playing With Fire Mod was published that allows you to essentially turn your Fire TV box/stick into an Android TV device. Following upon that, XDA Senior Member Y314K has published a guide showing you how to use Xposed Edge Pro to get FireStarter/AppStarter working on a a Fire TV/Fire TV Stick and...

‘Hide X’ Substratum Theme Hides the Disabled Data and Roaming Icon in the Status Bar

The Substratum theming engine has only been around for a little over a year at this point, but its popularity has exploded since its introduction and, thanks to the hard work of awesome developers, we now have access to hundreds of incredibly cool modifications. There are plenty of themes out there that can completely change...

Playing with Fire Mod Brings Android TV Apps and UI to Amazon Fire TV

The Amazon Fire TV is a really solid streaming box if you want something that'll stream 4K content, have access to a strong selection of apps, offer some decent games to play, and look fairly sleek on your TV stand. Dig a bit deeper into the Fire TV though, and you can do some pretty...

Enhance Your Samsung Galaxy 8 With Zero Camera Mod

The Samsung Galaxy S8 has a spectacular camera, but there are ways to make it even better. All you need to do is flashing a mod created by XDA Senior Member zeroprobe. The Zero Camera Mod includes many improvements and the removal of various restrictions, as we often see with such camera mods. For instance, you will be...

What Draws You to Mod a Device?

For a lot of our readers, landing up on the XDA forums was an event coinciding with a need to change something with their device. Such a need could arise out of annoyance, necessity or a want of comfort beyond what the OEM envisaged with its own hardware. We'd like to ask you, What draws you to...

Pixel XL Audio Mod Turns Ear Piece into Speaker

A lot of people were disappointed with the lack of front facing speakers on the Pixel XL. In this video, Miles shows us how this simple mod can turn your ear piece into a front facing speaker, on your rooted Pixel XL. Check out this mod from the XDA forums here.

Android Nougat: How to Enable Hidden Navigation Bar Tweaks

To see written instructions on how to download and flash this mod, check out this thread. To enable the system UI setting, press and hold the setting icon in your notifications menu until you feel it vibrate. Now you'll see a menu for your system UI tuner in your settings. In this menu you'll find options for the...

How to “Fix” the OnePlus 3’s Memory Management and Reclaim your Extra RAM

The OnePlus 3 has been criticized lately for suffering similar memory management issues as last year's Galaxy phones, an issue that deferred many users from purchasing these devices. Luckily, we now know more about the issue with the OnePlus 3, and how to fix them. First of all, a few things must be made clear: the memory...