Helpdesk – Feedback and support. The Best Alarm Clock App for Android. The Complete Review Of CyanogenMod 7 [Walkthrough & Guide] CyanogenMod is to Android, what Shelby is to Ford.
CyanogenMod is easily the most popular AOSP (Android Open Source Project) ROM out there today, with MIUI catching up quite fast. While both ROMs are appealing in their own manner, MIUI ROM is based on CyanogenMod, and that alone is a testament to its awesomeness. How did the ROM start out, and when? You can read all about it on CyanogenMod’s Wiki page. We are not here to talk of the past, but to offer a complete in-depth review of the ROM that paved the way for the future of Android modding! For a list of devices officially supported by CyanogenMod, check out the official CyanogenMod page. CyanogenMod right now, is based on Android 2.3 Gingerbread and referred to as CyanogenMod 7.
Enough said, while CM7.03 is the latest Stable ROM out there, we decided to pair our trusted HTC Desire HD with the latest CM7 Nightly based on Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread to explore it to the last detail, and walk you through the entire ROM. User Interface. The Always Up-To-Date Guide to Rooting Any Android Phone. Pack for Android: Our List of the Best Android Apps. Super Evo Battery Tips and Explanations **Updated 1-22-11** Super Evo Battery Tips and Explanations **Updated 1-22-11**
Common misconceptions and other useful information (Updated 10/12/2010) I decided to write this to clarify a lot of the misconceptions around here.
This is also good information for people who are new to modding their phones, the Evo in particular. I see a lot of the same questions being asked over and over so here is some information that some may find useful. I will also warn people if I know that what they are doing can potentially destroy their phone or cause it to stop working properly. RADIO/WIMAX/PRI/NV UPDATES: I see a lot of questions concerning this. Like, "Oh wow, the new HTC build # 3.29.651.5 is out.
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I havent had this phone in forever.. This will not be updated nor will I be answering questions about it. Its pretty much outdated as well. Good time while we had it! Here is some information regarding kernels that I've collected from people off of this forum and the internet. Now updated with some of the more popular kernels at the bottom. How to Set Up a Fully Automated App and Settings Backup on Android. How to Break Down the Barrier Between Your Android and Computer. @Ph0Xy: FTP Server, its in the market and free @Ph0Xy: Personally, I have used FTPServer with my phone connected to my Wifi network alongside FileZilla on my PC.
It works flawlessly. @Ph0Xy: I use DavDrive on the phone (Moto Droid), which sets up a WebDAV share on port 8888 of your phone. It supports upload and download, a configurable password, and using it is pretty much a matter of "hit the one big button in the middle of the screen". On the computer (Win7), I use BitKinex, since it's the first of the few WebDAV clients I'd found that works.
Android News, Apps, Games, Phones, Tablets - Android Police. Our Biggest Android Annoyances and How to Fix Them. The Best Tools for Streaming Media to Your Gadgets. Geekaphone Narrows Down the Perfect Smartphone for Your Needs. Supercharge Your Smartphone This Weekend. Nobody should be using or recommending (I'm looking at you, Adam Dachis) "SMS Backup" Use "SMS Backup +" instead: [github.com] This is a fork of the Android backup tool SMS Backup, where development has stopped a while ago [December 2009].
It uses Gmail to perform SMS, MMS and call log backups over the network. Main differences / improvements [over the original SMS Backup]: * New restore feature. The Best Calendar App for Android. How to Replace Your Wallet with Your Phone. Good article, but I think we're still a couple of years away from this being feasible en masse.
Even when the NFC technology is built into phones, retailers will be much slower in updating their POS systems to support it. Plus, if your phone battery dies, you're kinda screwed. I know that's the reason for carrying the one credit card, but that's only partially helpful. Until the iPhone can hold a charge for at least 12 hours WITH frequent usage, this will continue to be an issue. I do like how insurance companies like State Farm and Humana allow you to pull up your insurance card on your phone, but they do say that's not a legal replacement (particularly for auto).
Key Ring is a decent app, but I prefer CardStar. And IMO, QuickPic is unnecessary. Also, business cards can be handled much the same way as receipts — by taking a pic of the business card itself.
Five Best Phone Recovery Tools. 1-Click Cleaner Quickly Cleans Up Your Android Phone. Nope.
I am not referring to cleaning up your virus-infected phone, but if you are looking to clean up your cache and history to free up the storage space and system resources, 1-Click Cleaner allows you to do so easily. Regardless how big the storage space you have in your Android phone, if you do not maintain it, plenty of useless stuff (such as cache, app history, leftover files and folders after you have deleted the app etc) will pile up and affect the performance of your phone.
If you have installed and uninstalled plenty of apps, it can be troublesome and difficult for you to go into your phone internal system to delete every single leftover and useless file. 1-Click Cleaner aims to make that process a breeze. After you have installed 1-Click Cleaner, all you need to one click (or should I say, one tap) to clean up your system. 1. 2. 3. 4. Other than the 1-click cleaning, there is also the individual items such as cache clear, SMS clear, history clear or carry out a deep clear.