Here at Android Explained, my entire goal is to create a repository of easy to follow, step by step tutorials for as many Android smartphones, tablets and smartwatches as possible.
If you’re looking for information about rooting, installing custom recoveries, kernels or ROMs and modifying the Android OS then everything you need can be found here.
If you have just accepted an OTA update and you don’t like the changes then let me show you how to downgrade the Nexus 5X to Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Not everyone likes the traditional software navigation buttons so today I wanted to show you how to replace them with Pie Controls.
Not everyone likes the bottom navigation buttons in Android so let me show you exactly how to completely disable the Nexus 5X navigation bar.
Tinkering with Android can be a lot of fun but if you ever get tired of it then let me show you how to revert the Nexus 5X back to stock.
If you’re tired of having root access, or maybe you just want to accept an OTA update, then let me walk you though how to unroot the Nexus 5X.
A very popular modification for Android is called the Xposed Framework and today I wanted to show you how to install this on the Nexus 5X.
To use certain applications, you’re going to need deeper access into the Nexus 5X. So let me show you how to gain root access on the 2015 Nexus device.
Now that you know how to create and restore a Nandroid backup on the Nexus 5X, let me show you how to delete some of these backups.
Yesterday I showed you how to create a Nandroid backup and today I wanted to show how to take that and restore your Nexus 5X from said backup.
Having a full backup of your Nexus 5X is critical if you ever want to install any modifications so let me show you how to create a Nandroid backup.