Asus Eee Pad Transformer is perhaps the most “wanted” Android tablet as retailers went out of stock within a week of initial launch. The credit for this massive demand for Eee Pad Transformer goes to an easy root with some awesome DIY docks and hacks that unleashed the true potential of this device.
Chainfire3D, more commonly known as CF3D, is an intermediary OpenGL driver that lets you play Tegra Zone Games on non-Tegra2 CPU devices. This app actually manipulates the system by acting as a bridge between the apps on your phone / device and graphic drivers.
Official Netflix app for Android was released couple of days back. It was disappointing to see that majority of Android devices aren’t compatible and initially this primary release is only “compatible” with HTC Incredible, Nexus One, EVO 4G, G2 and Nexus S.
If you got your Samsung Galaxy S II with a SIM lock, meaning that your carrier barred your phone from using any other company’s SIM card, then there is some great news for you! There is now a free app available in Android Market that searches for your Samsung Galaxy S II’s SIM unlock code. Apart from this, the app can also find unfreeze code that might help if running SIM unlock code search feature lands your phone in an unresponsive state. Samsung Galaxy S II SIM unlock code finder is based on XDA developer Odia’s mode and has been compiled plus released in Market by Chainfire.
There is some great new for HTC Droid incredible users on Verizon looking to get rid of Data Cap or Data Throttling after utilizing the designated limit usage. wildstang83 from XDA developers has released Data Throttle Remover for Droid Incredible phones with root. Although hacking data throttling from different careers isn’t new, but this mod certainly is unique with a different version for major custom ROMs.
Motorola Droid X2 for Verizon is undoubtedly a beast with 1.0 GHz Dual-Core Tegra 2 Processor. The screen of this beauty comes with qHD resolution along with 8 MP sensor for camera. And in case you have chosen this handset for the love of your Android desires, then there is more great news for you!
Nowadays porting Android 3.x Honeycomb on different tablets is perhaps the hottest trend. This all started when Honeycomb made a hacked appearance on Barnes and Nobles Nook Color, and since then there is no stopping of this Honeycomb awesomeness being embraced by different tablets. Of course it took lots of hackery and some outstanding coding skills to make this happen and all credit for this goes to Android developers at different portals, forums and blogs. Most of these Honeycomb ports for different Android tablets have been consistently coming from XDA, and Toshiba Folio 100 isn’t an exception.
In case you opted for Google Nexus S 4G on Sprint and were looking for root, then your wait is now over. For those who don’t know, Google Nexus S 4G is WiMax version of original Nexus S for Sprint customers and has, more or less, identical features and specifications. The credit for this guide goes to kpkimmel, Senior XDA developer and Android hacker, who claims this as a safe method and you can’t miss it if you follow rooting instructions to detail.