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Xposed Installer Updated to Version 2.5, Brings Safe Mode & Compatibility with LG & Sony ROMs -

It has been two years since Xposed Installer came into play. Today there are a lot of Xposed modules for you to. 

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Saying ‘Ok Google Play Some Music’ Will Now Launch an ‘I’m Feeling Lucky’ Radio Station -

One of the latest added voice commands to Google Now lets you play an ‘I’m feeling lucky’ music. 

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Slidelock Brings Notifications to your Android Lockscreen in an iOS Style -

There are quite a lot of lock screen replacement apps on the Play Store with the best one being Cover and Active. 

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Moto G Gets Official CyanogenMod 11 With Dual SIM Support

By Lalit Indoria | On Thursday, April 17th, 2014 - No Comments »
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Though Motorola’s fastest selling device did have an Android 4.4 update, building a stable CyanogenMod 11 ROM wasn’t possible until few days back. However, nightly builds can be seen lined up on CyanogenMod’s website which includes two snapshot builds. Snapshot builds are more stable than the nightly ones but not completely stable. A few minor bugs do exist which may be. 

Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android Helps You Recover Deleted Data on your Android

By Lalit Indoria | On Thursday, April 17th, 2014 - No Comments »
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Being a Hack My Android reader, I suppose you must be one among those people who love switching between ROMs, modifying the Android system and tweaking it to the best of your needs. With every tutorial that we post, we do suggest you to take backups before you perform any such hacking activity. You can refer our data backup guide for more. However, there are situations when you might forget. 

[Download] Sony Xperia M Receives Android 4.3 Update [Build 15.4.A.0.23]

By Lalit Indoria | On Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 - No Comments »
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The Sony Xperia M launched last year with Android 4.1 out of the box. There hasn’t been any OS update since then, not even Android 4.2 but today Sony has rolled out Android 4.3 update for the Xperia M. The update should arrive on both single SIM and dual SIM variants of Xperia M, however as of now the update is available only for the single SIM variant. The update includes: Google. 

Xposed Installer Updated to Version 2.5, Brings Safe Mode & Compatibility with LG & Sony ROMs

By Lalit Indoria | On Monday, March 24th, 2014 - No Comments »
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It has been two years since Xposed Installer came into play. Today there are a lot of Xposed modules for you to choose from and customize your Android device without modifying any APK or without installing a new custom ROM. Xposed now lets you change almost everything on your device. To know more about Xposed framework, kindly read our Xposed framework guide. Xposed Framework has been updated. 

Saying ‘Ok Google Play Some Music’ Will Now Launch an ‘I’m Feeling Lucky’ Radio Station

By Lalit Indoria | On Saturday, March 22nd, 2014 - No Comments »
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One of the latest added voice commands to Google Now lets you play an ‘I’m feeling lucky’ music station. This would work only if you have installed Google Play music on your phone. The app comes pre-installed in most phones especially in Nexus and Motorola devices. You can now open Google search or tap on the mic icon that appears in Google search bar or if you are lucky. 

Flipkart Teases Moto X India Launch With Wood Back Images

By Lalit Indoria | On Thursday, March 13th, 2014 - No Comments »
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After the huge success of Moto G, which has been Motorola’s highest selling device till date, Motorola is all set to launch the Moto X in India. While Motorola doesn’t really have a sales team here in India, they rely upon Indian e-retail giant Flipkart to sell their products the e-retail had done pretty well with the Moto G sales. Flipkart will also sell Moto X exclusively. The device. 

Slidelock Brings Notifications to your Android Lockscreen in an iOS Style

By Lalit Indoria | On Friday, March 7th, 2014 - 1 Comment »
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There are quite a lot of lock screen replacement apps on the Play Store with the best one being Cover and Active Notifications. While most other lock screen replacement apps require heavy space to run in the background, there are some cool alternatives like Slidelock which are light and minimal. Slidelock brings all notifications to your lock screen and shows you the notification content. 

Xperia Z2 System Dump Leaks, Reveals Xperia Android 4.4 KitKat UI and Apps

By Lalit Indoria | On Sunday, March 2nd, 2014 - No Comments »
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The Xperia Z2, codenamed as the ‘Sirius’ or ‘D6503′ has been leaked quite a few times before with maximum details being leaked out today by DooMLord on XDA forums who has obtained a system dump of the Xperia Z2. We already know that the Xperia Z2 will launch with Android 4.4 KitKat and this leak shows what Sony has for its users in the latest OS upgrade. OEM-skinned. 

Moto G Android 4.4 Update Leads to Camera Error, Here’s How to Fix That

By Lalit Indoria | On Saturday, March 1st, 2014 - 2 Comments »
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Just a day after I received my Moto G, I updated it to Android 4.4 KitKat and made sure that all apps run using ART runtime instead of the regular Dalvik. Hours later I realized that the camera no longer works. Though ART is not natively supported by many apps, this surely wasn’t something related to runtime because if it was, the Camera app wouldn’t have run initially after the. 

Google Now Launcher Now Available For All Android Devices

By Lalit Indoria | On Thursday, February 27th, 2014 - 1 Comment »
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Google Now Launcher that went official with the Nexus 5 is now officially available to all Nexus devices and Google Play Edition devices officially. The launcher which was exclusive only to Nexus 5 can also be installed on other Android devices by simply sideloading the APK on the device. This week, Google rolled out Google Now Launcher to the Play store but making it available for install. 

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