Magisk

This tool can root your Pixel phone without breaking OTA support

Popular rooting tool Magisk has released a beta version (14.1) of its app, which includes the ability to root Google Pixel phones while preserving the ability to install the Google provided over-the-air software updates. Normally if you root your phone, you lose OTA update support. However, applying OTA update on a device rooted by Magisk […]

Simple script allows users to easily remove Blur from many Motorola Devices

If you own a Motorola device, chances are you either love or hate the OEM’s “Blur” overlay. As an AOSP purist at heart, I would absolutely fall into the latter group, provided I owned a Moto phone or Tablet (HTC and Asus all the way here, baby). If you just cant stand the way Blur looks, you might find interest in this simple script that was compiled by XDA Senior Member Lokifish Marz that allows you to de-Blur almost any Motorola device. Read more about Simple script allows users to easily remove Blur from many Motorola Devices

Say hello to rAndy, the new CyanogenMOD mascot, by Caio Alves!

It appears as though the face of CyanogenMOD has permanently changed. A while back, the CM team asked the community for submissions of their own homemade mascots. The submissions would then be reviewed and voted on by the team and the selected winner would be chosen to represent the custom ROM project from here out. Read more about Say hello to rAndy, the new CyanogenMOD mascot, by Caio Alves!

ClockworkMod touch recovery finally available for Asus Transformer and Transformer Prime

Just a quick note for those of you rocking an Asus Transformer or Transformer Prime; ClockworkMod touch recovery is now available for your tablet and can easily be obtained via ROM Manager. It’s the same great life-saving recovery package that most users with a rooted  Android device are accustomed to with the extra added ability to ditch that volume rocker and navigate your recovery the way it was meant to be navigated. Read more about ClockworkMod touch recovery finally available for Asus Transformer and Transformer Prime

CyanogenMOD 9 Settings

CyanogenMOD 9 input settings detailed in video released by CM Team

CyanogenMOD 9 Settings

As the time draws near for stable builds to start appearing of the most widely-respected and installed custom ROM series known to the Android community, the CyanogenMOD team has once again risen above the standard and has released a “user manual” video of sorts, detailing what all of those mysterious input settings mean and what they do.
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AOKP

Video ROM Review: AOKP on the Asus Transformer TF101

AOKP

One of my favorite things about the Android operating systems is, with a little bit of hackery, I can easily install a custom ROM on my device. In many cases, this ability brings along tons of benefits, including that of being able to test out new versions of Android before they are officially available for my device. Read more about Video ROM Review: AOKP on the Asus Transformer TF101