Though there are many reasons to keep an Android phone rooted, many people root their phone mainly for installing certain custom ROMs. Hence, after tested out a few ROMs they have decided to unroot their phone and switch back to the original ROM to get official firmware update as well as warranty return. Though most [...]
Recently Samsung has rolled out Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy Ace 2 (GT-I8160) device. If you have updated your Galaxy Ace 2 to the official Jelly Bean (4.1.2) firmware (XXMC8), you might lose your phone’s root status, so you no longer able to flash apps, kernel or custom ROM (flashing means system [...]
The term “Rooting” refers to unlocking access to system ?les and functions on a device that are normally blocked for the user. By rooting your Android phone, you can perform several things on your phone, though it’ll void your device’s warranty. For installing certain apps, installing custom recovery, flashing custom ROM, etc. need root access.
The Google Nexus 4 is in many ways the best Android device we’ve seen. The new flavor of Jelly Bean (Android 4.2), hardware specs, performance, and other outstanding features proves that. However, there are few complaints about this device. A most common complaint is less responsive touchscreen. If you feel a slow responsive touchscreen on [...]