Root Countless Android Devices With One Click Using Framaroot In the initial days of Android, one-click rooting methods were all the rage, and the norm when it came to rooting. Though the OS kept on becoming increasingly secure with each update, and in addition to that, device manufacturers as well as mobile carriers kept on adding stronger and stronger protection against exploits, making it harder to root. Nowadays, it is extremely hard to find a single one-click app that can root many devices, and users have to resort to methods specific to their particular phone or tablet. All that is set to change, thanks to XDA-Developrs senior member alephzain, who has recently released Framaroot – a one-click rooting app for a plethora of devices, both popular and obscure. And the best part is that you don’t even need to connect your device to your computer, run any commands, or flash any files for it. Let’s learn more about this impressive rooting tool and how it works, right after the jump.
[REF] ROM, Kernel, Kitchen & Modem List - Galaxy S II (22/10/11) [REF] ROM, Kernel, Kitchen & Modem List - Galaxy S II (07/04/12) TIME FOR UPDATES! Hey everyone! The last ROM List I saw was last updated in July, so I thought I may as well make a new one and keep it updated. However, this includes ROM Kitchens, Kernels and Modems too!
Quand vous téléchargez une application, il est très important de toujours vérifier les commentaires des utilisateurs et surtout les permissions que l'application en question requiert. Parfois, une application n'a aucune intention malveillante, mais elle peut demander une permission qui vous est incompréhensible (exemple: une application d'horaire de train demandant l'accès à vos contacts). Avec CyanogenMod 7, vous pourrez désormais prendre le contrôle "total" de vos applications. En effet, les dernières "nightlies" (version alpha) de la ROM incluent un gestionnaire de permissions. Vous pourrez donc accepter ou décliner les accès des applications comme bon vous semble. Contrôler les permissions des applications grâce à CyanogenMod
The Perfect Hero Setup (New Market/Keyboard/Kernel) Thread updated 17/01/2011 (d/m/y) to include FlyKernel 12a and a download for AngryBirds 1.3.5 for those who needed it. thread has also been cleaned up and old content removed. Instructions have been updated accordingly. Please let me know of any bugs or tweaks that need to be made. Install for fully working Android Gingerbread Keyboard and newest Market at the bottom of this post! This is a collection of packages that can be found around these forums that I believe amounts to the perfect Hero Setup.
Afficher le sujet - Comment rooter son galaxy S2 (kernel Supercurio) Source : http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1060673 ATTENTION CETTE MANIPULATION N'EST PAS SANS RISQUES.Soyez bien sur de ce que vous faites Question : qu'est que le root ?Android est basé sur unix.Dans le monde unix, la gestion des droit d'accès est très poussé.Les répertoires et fichiers système (dossier /root ou /system) ne sont accessibles en lecture et écriture qu'a un seul utilisateur : le Super User (SU)"Rooter" son téléphone signifie avoir les accès SU. Question : A quoi ça sert ?
ClockworkMod, abbreviated as CWM, is a popular custom recovery for Android phones and tablets developed by Koushik Dutta (Koush) – a well-known name in the Android dev community. ClockworkMod recovery allows you to perform several advanced recovery, restoration, installation and maintenance operations on your Android device that aren’t possible with the stock recovery, and is one of the most common ways used to gain root access, back up device data, install custom ROMs, kernels, themes & mods, and more. However, for anyone new to Android customization and hacking, some of its options might prove to be a tad confusing.
[Recovery ROM] [15-August-2010] RA-hero-v126.96.36.199 This is a custom recovery based on Cyanogen's recovery source with a lot of things added by me. The purpose of this recovery is to avoid using adb by accessing all features directly from the menu. [Recovery ROM] AmonRA-hero-v188.8.131.52
Backup & Restore Android Apps Using ADB | JonWestfall.Com Android is an interesting platform for a number of reasons, one of which is it’s openness to developer and debugging tools, and the fact that it runs a modified form of Linux as an operating system. If you’re like me and quite fond of jumping around from ROM to ROM on your Android devices, a quick and easy way to backup your program files (and even settings) is quite desirable. Here’s my solution, hopefully it will help you. I know there are easier ways, but for a diehard geek who has the setup ready, this is the fastest way. First step: Install Android Debug Bridge (adb) adb is a tool found in the Android SDK, which you can download here.
Google Apps (GApps) for android Google’s Android OS has often been touted as open – this is true to a large extent. Android is based on a modified Linux kernel, with it’s own Java interpreter and libraries, and Google has released the majority of Android code to the world as the “Android Open Source Project” under the Apache license. What this means is that anybody can download the Android OS, install it on a device of their choosing, and run Android, without having to pay any costs to Google. However, there are a selection of proprietary Google Applications within Android which are not included within this distribution: these are only available to Google’s partners within the Open Handset Alliance (generally technology manufacturers who develop branded devices and work together to develop the platform).
Amazon MP3 Android Market CarHome Facebook GMail Google Maps GoogleBackupTransport GoogleCalendarSyncAdapter GoogleContactsSyncAdapter GoogleFeedback GooglePartnerSetup GoogleQuickSearchBox HTC Copyright HTC Email Policy HTC Settings Kickback LatinIme Tutorial Media Uploader Network Location News and Weather Widget (GenieWidget) One Time Initializer Passion Quick Office QQDroid Setup Wizard Sound Back Street View Talkback Toggle 2G Twitter Voice Search YAAM YouTube Choose your applications ! (Just click on app name to get description) This Kitchen has been realized by Pixello Studio , for GAOSP Project ! Kitchen for Android ROMs
GApps HDPI 20101114 Light [14/01/11] [ROM] CyanogenMod 6.1.1 Light RC2 (HB Oxygen) + GApps HDPI 20101114 Light [14/01/11] Si quieres seguir el tema en castellano pulsa aquí (spanish version). CyanogenMod 6.1.1 Light RC2
GAOSP Gapps Light/Ultra Light [10/24/2010] Quote: REAL easy, if you can sign applications. It's a .zip, so all you've got to do is to open it, delete the .apks you don't want (or add any .apk you want) and then sign the new Gapps.zip (you can name it whatever you want.) I only know how to sign applications on Windows though.
[ROM] Hero CyanogenMod 7 Nightlys-Android 2.3.2 Gingerbread (2011-02-27)
[ROM]Elelinux-7.1.0-Hero-v2.1 Android 2.3.4 (2011-05-02) Changelog 2012-07-03 Version Elelinux-7.2-Hero-v3.9Version Elelinux-7.2-Hero-v3.9-Light Installation Wipe of cache and dalvik cache,if you come from previous version New installation wipe of all This will be absolutly the last release for Hero from me in this serie of rom's.
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