I have been building websites since the mid-90s AOL days when websites were written in notepad. After creating a few sites surrounding my interests, I have been writing about Android since 2012. You'll find my work on websites like here, Reddit, Phandroid, XDA-Developers, Play Store Sales, and more.
If the Galaxy Note 4 that you got from Samsung isn’t running properly, wiping or clearing the cache partition of Android just might fix it for you. Android makes wiping the cache partition very easy and today I’m going to show you how do this for the Galaxy Note 4.
Third party applications can wreck havoc on your OnePlus One. If you are having any random issues that just don’t seem normal, a 3rd party application might be the culprit. So today I’m going to show you exactly how to boot up your OnePlus One into Safe Mode.
We’re getting close to the end of our OnePlus One series and afterwards you should be ready to modify just about anything you want with your device. So today I’m going to show the step by step process on how to gain root access to your OnePlus One.
So far we have talked about booting your OnePlus One into Fastboot Mode and unlocking the Bootloader. Today I’m going to show you exactly how you can install a custom recovery on your OnePlus One so that you can make backups and install custom kernels and custom ROMs.
In order to gain install a custom recovery, gain root access and install custom ROMs on the OnePlus One, you first need to unlock the bootloader. So today I’m going to show you exactly how to unlock the OnePlus One bootloader so that you can start working on modifying your device.
If you are looking to root and modify your OnePlus One, the first thing you need to do is to learn how to boot up into Fastboot Mode. This is a very simple process and it shouldn’t take you very long to master.
To gain quick access to some additional features of your Android device we sometimes need to enable Developer Mode. So today I’m going to show you a very quick step by step tutorial about how to enable this hidden menu in Android.
LG G3 / By
/ December 27, 2014 December 1, 2017
Unless you bought the LG G3 before a certain date, you most likely have a version of Android that can no longer be rooted. So today I wanted to take you through the step by step guide on how to downgrade your LG G3 so you can root it.