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iPhone 7 vs Galaxy S7: Which is best?


It’s the biggest head-to-head since Game of Thrones’s Battle of the Bastards, and one that’s being fought more closely than the ultimate quest to command the Iron Throne. Having recently lost its smartphone supremacy crown, Apple with the newly unveiled iPhone 7 release is looking to dethrone the Samsung Galaxy S7 as the best smartphone to buy right now. But can ... Read More »

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City [Links Updated]


Welcome back to Vice City. Welcome back to the 1980s. From the decade of big hair, excess and pastel suits comes a story of one man’s rise to the top of the criminal pile. Vice City, a huge urban sprawl ranging from the beach to the swamps and the glitz to the ghetto, was one ... Read More »

FIFA 16 Ultimate Team V2.0.102647


Play beautiful with a newer, better, and faster FIFA experience on mobile! FIFA 16 Ultimate Team lets you celebrate every awesome attack, nail-biting goal, and powerful win like never before with console-like graphics. Experience the most realistic set of football features on Google Play. ** This is a highly detailed game of superior quality. Please ... Read More »



Here we are back again with the new guide to Root the Moto G 3rd Gen (2015), Install TWRP recovery and Unlock the bootloader. Moto G (2015) is finally official and is already on the stores, most of the user already bought the new android phone and want to install custom Rom or Rooted application. ... Read More »

Extreme Call Blocker

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Pickup-and-hangup works on Lollipop, blocked call can’t access your voicemail. Samsung and LG phone users, email dev for special settings * Support Android wearable, control blocker from your wearable device * Text message blocking works on Kitkat(Android 4.4) * New feature:Do Not Disturb widget button to quickly block all callsApp review: http://interestingame.com/android-extreme-call-blocker.html Download latest user’s ... Read More »

[APP][4.4+]Waterproof Quickcheck 0.93

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Test if your device is sealed. The app uses the internal pressure sensor to detect specific pressure fluctuations while the user touches the screen.

A "Detailed" mode shows you a graph of the pressure development within the phone. If you open one of the phone's covers, you will recognize that the pressure does not change when touching the phone. Contrary, if the phone is sealed (flips are closed), there will be detectable fluctuations when the phone is touched.

Note: This app has been developed and tested for:
Sony Xperia Z3
Sony Xperia Z3c (needs adapted settings!)

It may also work with other water resistant phones, like the Samsung Galaxy S5, but I need test feedback first.

WARNING: This app does NOT directly detect if your phone is waterproof. However, it gives you a hint of all covers and plastic flaps are closed.

WARNING: Whatever the app may show, under no circumstances apply excessive pressure or forces to your phone.

WARNING: If you just closed your phone's flaps and get a positive test result, you should wait a couple of minutes and repeat the test. Some users reported that their flaps pop slightly open after a while.

Installation instructions:
I started a Public Betatest on Google Play:


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Just follow the link...


There are other apps or manual ways to detect the sealing of the phone. What is special about this app?
This app analyzes the pressure within the phone AFTER touching it. It looks for a characteristic fluctuation of the pressure, while the built-in vent of the phone slowly reestablishes ambient conditions. In my opinion, this is more accurate that just detecting a pressure peak when touching the phone.

What is happening inside the phone? Where can I find more information?

I am no expert for this. I assume, the phone has built in pressure vents like e.g. http://www.gore.com/en_xx/products/venting/portable/cell-phone.html

When I try this with my phone (other that Xperia Z3), I get a "Not OK" Message and only one or zero stars. Does this really mean, that my device is not sealed?
Probably not. This app may need a specific adjustment for your device. Go to the "Detailed View" via the menu in the top right corner. Only if you see no clear pressure fluctuations at all, there is definitely something wrong with the phone.

What app permissions are needed?

What data are transmitted over the network?

This App is open source and published under Apache license 2.0. Source code is available on GitHub.com.

CREDITS: Thanks to users alik (android-hilfe.de) , adamk7 and Bäcker (xda-developers.com) for sharing the idea behind this test.

XDA:DevDB Information
Waterproof Quickcheck, App for all devices (see above for details)

Source Code: https://github.com/Tom1000/WaterproofQuickcheck

Version Information
Status: Beta
Current Beta Version: 0.92
Beta Release Date: 2015-08-29

Created 2015-08-30
Last Updated 2015-08-29

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Samsung Note 5 locked me out Android 5.1 anti-theft

After a lot of search I found out about the new google anti theft update.
Unfortunately I did not know about it till I wiped/erased all data on the Samsung Note 5 which I purchased today without knowing that I should have removed the security lock pattern!
To make things worse before I opened the phone I updated my gmail account password to maximize security!

Now whenever I turn on the phone it takes me to a page where it's telling me enter the gmail address that you used to sign in to this device, I enter the correct email and password and it keeps taking me back to the same page on loop!

Any help please? it's driving me crazy! is there a way to fix this using the Gmail on desktop?

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What do I need to port Cyanogenmod to my device?

Hey there,
I've previously ported MIUI to my MT6582 device but I still consider myself a noob especially when it comes to CM.
My device is called Innjoo Note E and running stock Kitkat..There're no custom ROMs available for it so I wanna try to port CM 11.
What exactly do I need apart from my Stock ROM? What're the correct procedures for porting?
btw I stumbled upon this while googling around.. is it legit? Read More »

Gear S with Nexus 5 (Lollipop)

So my wife just got me the Gear S watch but I have a Nexus 5. I don't want to return the present if possible so I'd like to get it working. I followed a guide that was meant for the original Gear I believe, but it doesn't seem to work for me right now. The managers install but I can't seem to pair it up with my phone. I have only been successful in even detecting the watch 2 times and no dice. Does anyone have any suggestions? Also to pair it up manually (since NFC doesn't seem to work), do I need to do anything special to get it to detect my watch? Read More »

[IDEA] [ROOT]Updating to OF6 or OF8 – 5.1.1 and KeepRoot

**This is just an idea I picked up from the Galaxy S5 threads that I use to deal with before, I take no credit for it and must divert all the credit to @muniz_ri for coming up with the original idea on the Galaxy S5, I just thought we could give it a try on the S6. I can not try this on my phone personally as I have already updated to 5.1.1 OF8. This process will utilize the FlashFire app. If somebody would like to test this method and give it a try to get results let me know. I'm just trying to get us S6 users to a point where we can update and keep our root. It was possible with my old S5 and thought we may be able to give it a shot here. You MUST already have Root Access to use the FlashFire app**

An already rooted T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S6

Set your screen timeout setting to 10 mins before beginning!

1. Place the ROM onto your device
2. Open the FlashFire app and "Agree" to the Terms and Conditions.
3. Press "(+)" twice to bring up the "Actions" menu.
4. Press "Flash Zip or OTA" and locate and select the ROM. Leave "Auto-mount" unchecked under the "Options" menu and press the checkmark to continue.
5. From the main menu Uncheck all options under "EverRoot" and set "Reboot" setting to *"Download."
6. Press the lightning bolt then "Ok" to begin the **flash .
7. Once the flash is complete and the device reboots into "Download" mode, flash the OC9 or OCG bootloader using Odin's PDA/AP slot.
*If you are already on the OC9 or OCG bootloader, set "Reboot" setting to "Normal" and skip Step 7.
**The screen will turn black then display the contents of your system before beginning the flash. FlashFire will pause for about 1 minute while flashing the "system" partition.

Once complete your device will reboot and pause on the T-Mobile splash screen for about 1 - 2 minutes (10 - 15 mins for DeOdexed version) before completely rebooting. Done!

Tip: for blazing fast speed turn off animations from Developer Options and reboot!

Unknown at this time,no testing has been done on devices yet,this is just a starting point.

1. The above process should not affect your Knox Warranty Flag but no testing has been done as this is a concept still.
2. The process will update your Modem, Non-hlos, System, Kernel, and possibly Stock Recovery. The bootloader will not be updated to allow for downgrading to previous firmware versions.
3. No need to wipe prior to flashing! The ROM will automatically perform a factory data reset.
4. To learn more about FlashFire's capabilities on locked bootloader devices see here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...10&postcount=2
5. I know the previous note said "Locked Bootloader" devices but I thought its worth a try on our phones.
6. This is VERY EXPERIMENTAL on our devices and would need somebody willing to try flashing a stock rooted ROM. I personally can't. I'm just trying to bring the capability to update without losing root on our S6's.
7. I am not responsible if you create an expensive paperweight, you're phone fries,you're phone starts dancing "Watch me whip,watch me nae,nae," etc.etc.

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