Monthly Archives: November 2012

4 Android apps you get paid to use

Most people don’t realize there are plenty of legit reward apps that will pay users for simply using their application. Interestingly, you can collect points with the tap of a button on your iPhone or Android smartphone and redeem those points for gift cards, discounts, cash and electronics such as tablets, mp3 players or headphones.

I mean, think about it. This kind of traction when it comes to rewarding users makes perfect sense, especially as smartphone adoption is growing at a rapid pace worldwide. This is a prime area for companies like Viggle, Shopkick, Checkpoints and App Trailers to grab the attention of people by cleverly implementing such a fun way to go out and shop. Read more »


Nexus 4 owners get 50GB free cloud storage

We know many of you are still waiting to get your shiny new LG Nexus 4, or already did and are sad about the 8 and 16GB storage limits, but don’t worry because we have good news. Remember that cloud storage deal where all LG and Sony devices get 50GB cloud storage absolutely free? Well the same awesome deal applies to the Nexus 4. Read more »


How to Root Samsung Galaxy Ace II

  1. Download this
  2. Connect your phone to the PC with the USB cable and open it up in the file manager. (You can then also backup all your stuff.)
  3. Right click and choose extract here, then copy to “Phone” on the file manager. Leave your phone connected to the PC via USB up to step #8 Read more »

How To Record Voice Calls On Samsung Galaxy S3 Automatically

Some of Android device may have a voice recording app pre-installed and some may not. Samsung Galaxy S3 also not integrate with the voice recording features and can’t record a phone conversation.

There are lot of voice recording application in the Android market, but which is the best free and quality voice recording apps? If you go to Google Play Store and try to search “Voice Call Record”, then you will get lot of Voice Call record application. May be, almost all of the results search you get is free trial version of Voice Call Record application. Read more »


How To Tether Galaxy Note 2 as Portable WiFi Hotspot

Tethering Samsung Android smartphones not is a big issues. All Samsung Galaxy smartphones build in tethering feature that allows sharing the internet connection with other devices such as laptop , smartphone and Tablet. Tethering Samsung Android smartphones is very simple and you can turn On the type of the tethering and set the WEB encryption to your hotspot Wi-Fi. Read more »


Unroot Galaxy S3 and get back to stock rom for warranty

Getting back to stock rom without rooting will be necessary for warranty 🙂

Files needed:
1. PC Odin
(Check Attachment)

2. Your Firmware
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How to root Samsung Galaxy Mini

Per request by users, post a guide on rooting galaxy mini here. First download the attachment, and then follow steps:

  • make a folder on sd card name it root
  • put the downloaded zip file in there
  • turn off your phone and restart in recovery by pressing and holding home+power on button
  • install the .zip from sd card
  • reboot, done
  • the superuser is now avarible