Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Nexus S: Google and Samsung's Ideal Android Phone

How to Hack Android and Why You Should Bother?

The following link explains why you should root your Android phone and what benefits you get from it. It includes stopping auto update and other guides.

How to Download Paid Android Marketplace Apps for Free

You simply go to and search for the name of your apps and add ".apk". The following video is a walk through of a guy doing just that. He is funny so watch it for fun at least!

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Get Free Apps on Samsung Captivate Galaxy S

How to install.

Go to settings/applications/USB settings/Highlight Mass Storage
Then go to settings/applications/Development/Turn on USB debugging

Open up the browser and go to and search for the app you want to download. Click on the file and download it.

Download and install the driver for the phone. (Links at bottom of description)

Download Android SDK (Link at bottom of description), extract the file, and then copy the file to the root of C:. Rename the file "sdk".

Connect your phone to your computer and click "Open folder to view files", find the file you downloaded from 4shared earlier and drag it into C:\sdk\android-sdk-windows\tools.

Open up the command prompt and type the following commands:
cd sdk
cd android-sdk-windows
cd tools

Enter "adb devices" into the prompt and make sure the computer recognizes the device.

If it does recognize the device enter "adb install filename.apk" replace "filename" with the name of the .apk file you downloaded, in my case I entered "adb install Doodle_Jump_v122.apk".

Once you enter that code you should get a message that says "success", after that you can disconnect your device and use your app.


Windows 32-bit Driver Download

Windows 64-bit Driver Download

Android SDK

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Samsung I9000 Galaxy S vs. Apple iPhone 4

Samsung Galaxy S over Apple iPhone 4

  • Android 2.1 Éclair, 2.2 Froyo update just around the corner
  • 4” SuperAMOLED display with a 15:9 widescreen aspect ratio
  • Regular SIM card support
  • DivX/XviD video support
  • FM radio with RDS
  • Notably cheaper

Apple iPhone 4 over Samsung Galaxy S

  • iOS 4
  • 640 x 960 pixel Retina display
  • Scratch-resistant, high-quality glass panels
  • LED flash
  • Precise movement tracking via a gyro sensor
For a full review, please visit GSM Arena:

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Google Chrome Extension for Android Phones

With this extension you can send links, maps, phone numbers and more to your Android based device. See more in the video:

Read More about it and download it direct by following the link below:

Friday, January 1, 2010

How to Root your Android phone

Rooting an Android based phone can be tricky. It is dependent on the type of mobile phone as well as the version of software it is running. The wiki below shows a step by step guide on achieving root including how to downgrade if you need to do so:

Want Custom ROM images for your Android phone? Try CyanogenMod

CyanogenMod is a custom ROM based on Android 1.5r3 (crossbred with Donut) focusing on performance, reliability, and safe usage of apps on SD, with some additional features. Yes, this will work just fine on your non-ADP devices. Versions listed as "experimental" may and will have some issues, so unless you want to be a guinea pig, use the "stable" versions.

Visit The official CyanogenMod Website and download the latest roms here:

Nexus One Rooted with Superboot

Superboot is a boot.img that when flashed, will root your device the first time you boot (installing su and the superuser APK). No need to flash the system partition, no need to use ADB, no messing with the contents of your data partition, no overwriting the shipped ROM on your device, just flash the boot image using the instructions below and you're done!

Read More and download superboot at:

Nexus One Animations and Demo Android Blog

Z Android Blog .com

Android Developers Blog

Google Android Blog .com

Google And. News

Talk Android .com