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The Android HP Touchpad development continues, but bow the updates are coming on an almost nightly basis thanks to Teamwin.
We all like to hack our Android devices, but this is one Android tablet hack we don’t want to see. This latest Android hack actually exposese your Google wallet Pin and credit card details! Security tips after the jump!
The latest version of Angry Birds, Angry Birds Birrday Party has finally be released on our beloved Android after more than a month long wait, and you can download it now! Angry Birds Birdday continues with the familiar bird throwing, pig killing chaos as previous Angry Birds games, but with a Birthday twist. There are […]
Got a Sony Tablet S but want to make use of some great apps like Titanium Backup, or install a custom Android ROM? Well what you need it to root you Tablet S and here’s how.
Have an Android device and don’t know how to download or install Android software? Then follow our simple 8 step guide here! How to Install Android Software First you will have to download the Android software or application. You can either download from the Android market (instructions here) or you can download your Android software […]
Follow these quick and easy instructions to update your Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Android tablet to the latest version of the Android operating system. Updating an Andriod phone or tablet can sometimes be a serious nightmare. Thankfully this isn’t the case with Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Android tablet. Samsung have made updating to the latest version of […]
Last year as HP’s Touchpad was flying off shelves for only $99 a couple of lucky customers found their new HP tablet to be running Android instead of WebOS, now HP have made the Touchpad Android source code open to anyone!
For the first time ever Android phone and tablet users (as well as iOS users) will be able to keep up with the Superbowl on their digital devices completely FREE!
The Lenovo Ideapad A1 is a great little Android tablet. It won’t break the bank at $200 and it will do everything most pricier Android tablets will do, and best of all you can root it!
The iPad 2 Jailbreak has been a long time coming, but it’s finally here and you can make use of the exploit on your iPad 2 running iOS 5.0.1 now and here is how to do it!
Android tablets and phones are getting more and more powerful, however as these dual and soon quad-core Android phones and devices arrive, we are still stuck with battery life problems! Follow these 5 simple steps to improve battery life on Android.
Great news iPad 2 and iPhone 4S owners! You can now, after long wait, Jailbreak any current iOS device which as an Apple A5 chip!
The Xiaomi M1 Android smartphone is the talk of the town here in China. The low cost Android smartphone features a dual core CPU and 8 mega-pixel camera, and if your feeling brave you can even get the latest version of Android ICS running on it!
Here’s a silly question. Do you want to extend your Android battery life? Of course you do! And we have 5 simple tips which can help you.
There are literally hundred of low cost Android tablets on the market today, however many of the budget options heading out of China often arrive without instructions! Here are 6 helpful tips to using your new Android tablet.
Do you have one of the many WM8650 Android tablets? You know the type low priced, running Android 2.1 or 2.2 and NO Android Market! Well let’ fix that problem now while giving your tablet a performance boost too!
The Uberoid Hybrid HoneyCombMOD ROM is continually in development now more Android tablets with wm8650 chips have been added to the compatibility list.
So you have managed to get that wonderful Uberoid Hybrid HoneyCombMOD ROM working on your WM8650 Android Tablet and you now have the official Android Market, but where are all the apps? Keep reading to fix that!
The Uberoid Hybrid HoneyCombMOD is one of the best custom ROMs for any Android tablet out there today, but before you go off and try to install it on your device take a look at these facts.
Uberoid is simply an awesome Android ROM and especially help improve the look, feel and speed of some of the lower cost Android tablets out there, but what do you do when things don’t go quite according to plan.