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Friday, February 25, 2011

ZDBox: For Android-loving Control Freaks

Posted by Kevin Jackson in "Android Software" @ 12:30 PM

http://gizmodo.com/#!5768671/zdbox-...g-on-your-phone


"ZDbox for Android is an 'all-in-one' toolbox app that makes it easy to find out what's going on in your phone and gives you full control of different tasks."

This looks really cool. The application is still in beta, but seems to be stable and quite useful. If you're a control freak when it comes to your device this will come in very handy. You can lock apps that you don't want others getting access to when they inevitably want to check out your phone and you can even batch uninstall applications. It's free and should work wherever the little green robot does. Does this look useful to you? Is it something that would get a spot on your device? Click on the "Discuss" link and let us know.


Wednesday, October 20, 2010

SuperOneClick: Root Your Android Device In One Super Click

Posted by Jason Lee in "Android Articles, Resources & Developer" @ 08:00 AM

http://lifehacker.com/5664001/super...phone-out-there

"We recently featured Universal Androot, an app that rooted many Android phones, but had a few limitations (and Google's already killing it with a patch). Windows program SuperOneClick is the easiest, most universal rooting app we've seen yet."

If you've ever wanted to root your device yet don't want to (or are afraid to) dig into the horribly cryptic land of command line hacking SuperOneClick is definitely a program you should check out. It is supposed to work on almost any Android device. All you have to do is put your device in USB debugging mode, plug it in to your computer, and press the root button. That's it, you're done. Another feature worth noting is there is also a button to enable the ability to install non market apps on devices that just so happen to have this feature disabled *cough*AT&T*cough*. Does this program change the mind of anyone out there who was wanting to root but afraid to take the jump? Check out the thread at XDA Developers for the download.


Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Want The Latest GMail For Your Phone?

Posted by Jon Westfall in "Android Software" @ 05:30 PM

http://www.goodandevo.net/2010/08/u...133f3870499970b

'It hasn't been officially released yet, but an updated version of Gmail (2.2.1) is out and ready to replace the existing app on your HTC EVO 4G. Among the new features are improved performance in most areas of the app and a revamped header that makes it much easier to reply to and forward messages."

If you're dreaming of the newest GMail build that you've seen floating around, download links are apparently now leaking out via XDA Developers and other sites. The main update is the floating header that keeps reply, forward, and reply to all buttons easily findable (Although I keep scrolling to the bottom looking for the old ones...). It's also built into the latest version of CyanogenMod.


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