As expected by the Android community, root exploits for the Motorola RAZR M and the RAZR HD are available. An XDA member by the name of Dan Rosenberg posted yesterday the exploit to root most of Motorola’s new Android phones.
The root exploit works on the Atrix HD, and is claimed to work on the RAZR M and RAZR HD, as well as the Photon Q and RAZR i. If you’re considering buying any of these phones then this should help tip the scales. The instructions are simple and straight forward.
Editor’s Note: Make sure you take precaution before tinkering with your phone. We are yet to test this on the Australian variants and there ...
This article was written by Viet Tu Vu.
‘YOUR PHONE IS YOUR PHONE. IF YOU DON’T LIKE SOMETHING, CHANGE IT.’
This is the beauty of Android in which I have experienced these past few years. Normal users have limited customisability of their phone, but here in Australia, we don’t let big companies tell us what to. There are a few things you should know, before you consider venturing into the bigger world of customisation.
With the exception of Nexus phones, phones sold in Australia are subject to manufacturer and/or carrier modification. This can be in the form of locked bootloaders and custom user interfaces, such as TouchWiz, Sense UI and MotoBlur. However, there’s always a way around this.
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Into the rooting and custom ROM scene? Well, you may like to know that Cyanogenmod 10, which is based off Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, is now available!
CM10 comes as a monthly edition with the M title to feature across it. As such, it will be known as the M-Series.
The build is stable enough currently for general daily use, but the CM team is looking for people to spot out any bugs or issues that may be around the place. They’ve released it for a select variety of phones.
The M1 edition is available for these phones:
- Galaxy Nexus GSM (maguro)
- Galaxy Nexus VZW (toro)
- Galaxy Nexus Sprint (toroplus)
- Galaxy S2 GT-I9100G (i9100g)
- Galaxy S (galaxysmtd)
- Galaxy S B
Android 4.0 has great functionality, design format and some very cool tools and gestures, making it easily the most stylish and smoothly running Android operating system of all time. But I didn’t really need to tell you guys that. However, one of the operating system’s most talked about features can now be used on the Samsung galaxy S 1 and 2.
The Facial recognition Unlock Feature gives the owner of the phone the ability to unlock their phone just by quickly looking directly at the front camera. Very cool in principle, but the system is a little flawed. Using a picture of yourself will also unlock your phone, giving anyone with a photo of you the ability to unlock ...