Category: Rooted User

Rooted User:

What is Rooting and Why should I do it?

What is Rooting ??? The Android phone that you have come to love and enjoy running an operating system that was designed for commercial and private use. Like most operating systems, several features have been disabled, or for future use or to prevent the casual user …

Top 8 Best Custom ROMs for Android in 2017

Best Custom ROMs: When buying an Android smartphone, you will love it, but after a few weeks, perhaps, you will begin to feel as if you are not using it to its full potential. You may not like the user interface of your device to anything …

Top 7 Best Custom ROMs for Google Nexus 5X

Nexus 5x is the successor to the most successful Nexus, Nexus 5. This year, Google released two variants in its line of Nexus devices, the Nexus One is the premium 6P and other being the Nexus 5X . Manufactured by LG, the Nexus 5X has a Qualcomm Snapdragon …

How to Fix File Permissions on Android Devices

Fix File Permissions on Android: It is impossible to get the best of your Android device with Gingerbread, Jelly Beans, KitKat, Lollipop, Marshmallow or Nougat firmware installed unless you have enabled root access on your mobile or tablet. Rooted devices give you unlimited access to all …

Overclock Android: How to OverClock an Android Device

OverClock an Android Device: There are many Android users who like to improve the performance of their Android device and apply adjustments and changes. They find new ways to improve and improve performance. One of the most useful changes for an Android device is to make …

How to Install ADB and Fastboot on Mac

If you are an Android user and want to root your device, you may have heard of the ADB and Fastboot. Both tools allow you to send terminal commands from your computer to your Android device via USB. Android Debugging Bridge, or as we call ADB …