A new exploit from Bin4ry will allow you to root your Android device running Ice Cream Sandwich in just a single click.

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The One series of handsets from HTC are impressive to say the least. The One X and One S are a beast in terms of performance, they have a pretty decent camera, and a superb build quality and screen to go along with it. However, one of the issues with the One series of handsets [...]

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Google announced Ice Cream Sandwich back in October last month, and pushed the latest version of Android to AOSP in December. Within weeks of releasing the code to the public, all major Android manufacturers announced that they will be updating their 2011 flagship model to the latest version of Android by end of Q1 in [...]

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A couple of days ago, Sony released a beta Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for the Xperia Arc S, Ray and the Neo V. While the ROM is good enough for daily use, it does have some deal-breaking features missing like no Google Apps, and no Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. However, it was just a matter of [...]

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Sony phones come with two less-known features – xLoud and Bravia engine. The former improves the sound quality of the phone when the music is played via earphones, and the latter improves the screen quality when a user watches a video or an image. Both these features definitely work, and are not just a gimmick. [...]

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A few days ago we had reported that Koush, the developer of ROM Manager and DeskSMS, has released a new app in the Android Market known as ‘Tether By ClockworkMod’. The app allows users to USB tether their 3G/4G connection to their PC, and it did not require root access, a tethering plan and was [...]

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The Galaxy Nexus has been a ruaway hit among the developers and Android fanboy. Even though the handset does not really have killer specs, the 4.65-inch HD Super AMOLED screen with its 720p resolution and the latest version of Android – Ice Cream Sandwich – are enough for people to go break their existing contract [...]

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Back in 2009 and to a certain extent in 2010, rooting Android handsets was quite tough for normal users. Back then, rooting your handset required you to open ADB, type in some mumbo jumbo commands, push some files to your phone and what not. Rooting was considered to be the territory of advanced users then.However, [...]

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The Samsung Galaxy S came with a Wolfson audio chip, whose true potential was unveiled by supercurio’s Voodoo Sound mod. The Vooodoo Sound mod was then portred by Supercurio to many other Android handsets and tablets, which use the Wolfson audio chip. In my opinion, a Voodoo’d Galaxy S or Nexus S is right among [...]

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Thanks to the skin-deep custom Timescape/Mediascape UX used by Sony Ericsson in their 2010 flagship phone, the Xperia X10, the company had a tough time in updating the handset to the latest versions of Android. Thankfully, the company realized its mistake and reduced its custom UX heavily in the 2011 range of Xperia handsets. This [...]

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