Hi, I have been building websites since the mid-90s AOL days when websites were written in notepad. I have always gravitated toward making websites that help others. I began using Android back in 2012 and you'll find my work on websites like here, Reddit, Phandroid, XDA-Developers, Play Store Sales, and more.
If you are interested in tinkering with your Xperia Z3 Compact then one of the things you will need to learn is how to get into Fastboot. Today I will walk you through the steps and show you exactly how you can fastboot your Sony Xperia Z3 Compact.
In continuing with the Xperia Z3 theme this week, today I’m going to show you how to install an Xperia Z3 Custom Recovery. Specifically, this will get the CWM custom recovery on all D66XX variants of the Sony Xperia Z3.
When I was preparing a walk-through about how to install a custom recovery on the Xperia Z3, I noticed that getting your device into Fastboot mode was a requirement. Since this isn’t straight forward for a lot of people, I decided to write up a very quick tutorial on how to Fastboot your Xperia Z3.
Sony’s Xperia Z3 Compact is one of the most popular smartphones of 2014 that has a display smaller than 5 inches. Due to the popularity of the Z3 Compact, I would like to walk you through a simple guide to show you how to unlock the Xperia Z3 Compact Bootloader.
Sony says that openness is important to them and this is why they have made it incredibly easy to unlock the bootloader of their Android smartphones. Today I will walk you through the short step by step process about how to unlock the bootloader of your brand new Sony Xperia Z3 smartphone.
The team that brought us Stump(Team Codefire), the one click root tool for the LG G3 is at it again. Today I’m going to show you an incredibly easy walk through(one click method) that will install a custom recovery (TWRP) on every variant of the LG G3.
There’s been some nice development starting to happen for all variants of the LG G3. Today we’re going to follow a step by step process to obtain root access on multiple variants including the Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T and the Sprint LG G3.
For a limited time, Groupon is selling Manufacturer Refurbished 16GB 2012 Nexus 7 for $119 and Manufacturer Refurbished 32GB model for $124.99. They only have a limited quantity and there has been over 550 of them already sold during this sale already.