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A few weeks back we received our Car Mount. We were very sceptical because of the bad experiences we had with car mounts in general. To give you an idea: One car mount which should be mounted on the ventilation exit of the car broke after the second time mounting it, leaving parts in the […]
Anyone who knows the smartphone market knows that there are two essential release cycles, with one lesser cycle during the course of the year. The first cycle is typically late February until May with the second falling in place in late August through October. Samsung, LG, and HTC typically launch their first flagships in that initial
Qualcomm has been dealing with legal battle after legal battle these last few years over the company’s business practices. Most have dealt with the way they handle patent licenses and the ones happening lately focus on how they’re reportedly violating antitrust laws in various countries around the world. The company has had a lawsuit filed
Remember those days when rooting was a simple set of steps that anyone with basic computing knowledge could follow? Pepperidge Farm XDA Developers remembers, and especially XDA Senior Member rrvuhpg who has kindly put together a very easy-to-follow rooting guide for Sony’s phablet, the Xperia XA Ultra. Every device manufacturer has its own set of quirks and
Password managers on Android have long been neglected by Google, but that’s going to change with Android O. Android O’s Autofill Framework will drastically improve user/password data entry and will also eliminate the need for performance-costly Accessibility Services, but unfortunately it’ll be quite some time before most devices will ever receive Android O. For those of us
Android O is looking to bring major enhancements to the Android OS we all know and love. Picture-in-picture mode for phones, notification channels, smart text selection, autofill services, and under the hood many, many changes to enhance your battery life, performance, and security. One feature that is supposed to help users sort out issues with
Almost two full months ago the father of Android officially unveiled the Essential Phone to the world. An Android device from Andy Rubin and his new team hopes to disrupt the market that some feel has stagnated because major OEMs have delayed innovation as of late. The device was said to have been ready and
TWRP is used for a lot of custom modifications on Android devices, it’s an essential tool for all XDA users, and now an unofficial port has been released for the Xperia XZ Premium. XDA Recognized Developer Myself5 just released their work to the community this week and it can be found in our Xperia XZ Premium forum.
The kernel in our smartphones and tablets has a lot of responsibilities when it comes to how our devices function on a day to day basis. To this end, the kernel is doing a lot in an attempt to help to keep our devices secure as well. It’s because of the widespread access that we’re seeing an
While there were some Android N custom ROMs already available for the Honor 6X in our forum, they weren’t quite stable enough for daily use. XDA Senior Member simo255 recently pointed out that the kernel source code for the Honor 6X was finally released so stable ROMs should be easier to make and come by. You can
Amazon’s Alexa is available on a wide array of different platforms, and starting this week, the virtual assistant is now making its way to the Amazon app on Android. iPhone users have been able to use Alexa in the Amazon app since March, and from what we’ve seen so far, Alexa for the Android Amazon