Posts tagged "Custom Android ROM"

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5 Reasons Why You Should Flash OmniROM To Your Android Device

31st July, 2014
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Have a First-Gen Kindle Fire? Make It Awesome Again With Stock Android

3rd June, 2014
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An Alternative ROM Worth Your Time: SlimKat Android 4.4.2

17th May, 2014
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Heartbleed Isn’t Just a Desktop Problem – Your Android Could Be A Risk

14th May, 2014
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Alternative ROMs For The HTC One: What Are Your Options?

14th March, 2014
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Should You Really Flash That ROM? 5 Things To Consider First

24th October, 2013
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Breathing New Life Into an Old Android: How I Revitalized A Motorola Droid

15th October, 2013
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Get CyanogenMod Enhancements Without Flashing Your Droid

9th October, 2013
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CyanogenMod To Make One-Click Installer On Play Store

19th September, 2013
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What Are The Best Custom Android ROMs?

4th September, 2013
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4 Simple and Easy Tools to Flash Android ROMs Compared

26th August, 2013
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The Best ROM For Sony Xperia Z? PAC, Reviewed

2nd July, 2013
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Two People, One Tablet: What Are Your Options? [Android]

13th May, 2013
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Project64 – The Best Way To Emulate Nintendo 64 Games

12th May, 2013
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How To Find & Install a Custom ROM For Your Android Device

26th March, 2013

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5 Reasons Why You Should Flash OmniROM To Your Android Device

July 31, 2014

With a bunch of custom ROM options out there, it can be hard to settle on just one — but you should really consider OmniROM.

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An Alternative ROM Worth Your Time: SlimKat Android 4.4.2

May 17, 2014

Why flash? Slimkat, from Slimroms offers a compelling answer.

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Heartbleed Isn’t Just a Desktop Problem – Your Android Could Be A Risk

May 14, 2014

Most of us know Heartbleed as a bug that affected websites and web servers, but Android 4.1.1 also uses the vulnerable version of OpenSSL. This means some Android smartphone and tablets are vulnerable to Heartbleed attacks.

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Have a First-Gen Kindle Fire? Make It Awesome Again With Stock Android

June 3, 2014

The first generation Kindle Fire is now three years old, and while it remains a great tablet, it lags behind newer models. So why not refresh it by flashing a standard Android ROM?

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