Posted on Oct 11 2013 - 7:45am by Erum Shakil
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Presenting Framaroot, it is a one click application that roots almost any android phone or device without even needing a computer. Simply click this link Framaroot and head over to the official XDA thread by alephzain. Framaroot supports a wide array of android versions, from Froyo to Jellybean! Step by step Guide to Root Any Android Phone or Device using Framaroot Note: Rooting your device will VOID your Android phone’s Warranty. Proceed at your risk. EdenDroid.com and the aurhor is in no way responsible...

How many times we have suffered the dilemma of how to root an android phone or device, and spent days in finding the appropriate and most suitable rooting method for your particular android device. The good news is, those days are all behind us, as alephzain, a renowned XDA developer came up with Framaroot,  a one click application that roots...

When I first came across this method, I couldn’t believe it myself, that there could be one such solution available, an extremely simple solution I must add to root ANY android phone, and when I say ANY, I am not exaggerating, I’ve tried this method on at least 25 android phones, twenty-five! Including brands like Samsung, Huawei,...

Welcome to The Android Story as told by Google itself Android 1.5 Cupcake the begining of an era Android 1.6 Donut was a firmware update from 1.5 to 1.6 adding some needed features to the OS Android 2.0 Eclair allowed users to customize their phones in a much better way than before by introducing multiple homescreens and folders in this OS Android 2.2 Froyo might have been the most widespread Android OS from its inception, even today you can find many Android phones still running Froyo (adsbygoogle...

If you are like millions of iPhone fans who just couldn’t breathe properly when iOS7 came out and you just had to upgrade, you just had to! I mean is there any other reason for living? Hell no! The whole iOS7 phenomenon, which I even discussed previously in my – iOS7 Vs. Android post, is all over the place now, and well some of the things are to be appreciated like the really enhanced OS, undoubtedly fast and fluid, the makeover given to the Notification Center, the new Control Center, iTunes Radio and so...

Just in today, an exclusive invitation to Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Launch. Samsung would be unveiling Samsung Gear, a smartwatch that can be easily synced with Samsung devices. More details to come as we attend the launch event a few days from now! Excited Excited!   ...

We’ve seen the evolution of smartphones and with that the evolution of smartphone displays. In a matter of few years (it feels like yesterday!) we went from Retina displays to HD displays and now Full HD displays. Just as the smartphone manufacturers are at full throttle with their manufacturing units, we are moving forward with more and...

Last June Huawei unveiled the weld slimmest smartphone Huwaie Ascend P6 an Android 4.2 device that measures only 6.18mm (0.24in) and weighs 120g (4.23oz). Claiming their smartphones slimmer than the competition has been a hallmark of Huawei in its recent generation of Smartphones. After the worldwide success, Huawei is going to launch it in UAE this August along with the telecom giant Etisalat. The Huwaie Ascend P6 has a 4.7-inch LCD display with in-cell and “MagicTouch” technology designed to increase...

Parth Shah one of my YouTube Subscribers has requested this tutorial, so here it goes and all of you who is benefiting from it, well you should thank him 🙂 Step-by-step guide of How to Root Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 N5110 with Jelly Bean Android 4.1.2 (for other models, please see additional info below) This method uses xda’s famous dev Chainfire’s...

The new Google Play web store as announced at Google I/O in May this year is not live!  Google is following a flat card like design on Google Play website, as we’ve already seen on the Google Play 4.0 Android app. You can find all the categories neatly arranged in Play Movies, Music, Books, Magazines and solo apps, obviously depending...