Rooting your android device is overwriting commands to attain admin privileges or “attain the key to have access to the backroom” of your android device. This key, known as root access will give you the privilege to read and write/alter folders and system partitions which are hidden by default.
Unlocking your bootloader is to partially remove some of the default restrictions in the ROM of your device: to have access to overwrite commands, mount, read and write system partitions. Be reminded however, “that not all claims resulting or caused by or from the unlocking of the bootloader may be covered under warranty – HTC.”
Do you want to migrate from one Gmail address to another Gmail address, or even migrate from Gmail altogether to outlook for example? Or do you want to backup all of the emails on your Gmail and save them locally for a local backup or as you’re travelling to a remote location and you won’t have access to the internet? If so then you’ve come to the right place as this post will present a step by step guide on how to do exactly that using the default mail application on Microsoft Windows.
Have you ever wondered how you could drag and drop items on a Windows computer without actually keeping your finger down the mouse button? Then you have come to the right place as this post will just cover that topic. If you have never asked yourself that question and you are wondering why would you be interested, then imagine that you want to copy multiple files in a folder to another folder and your taskbar is full of open applications and folders. Would it not be great if you can just select the files you want to copy and drag them without holding any mouse button down and then drop them in the folder you want?
You might be a happy and enthusiastic Internet Explorer aka IE user, you’ve always used it to browse your favourite websites, check your social media, do your shopping, so your internet banking and play YouTube videos. One day you launch Internet Explorer and it crashes, you try again and it only crashes, you even restarted your computer and Internet Explorer does nothing but crashes. Unfortunately Internet Explorer is the only browser on your computer so you can’t even search the internet for the solution and that’s the problem. What do you do?
In recent times, manufacturers and carriers encourage third-party developments and remain committed to facilitating the entire process of overwriting restrictions and attaining administrator privileges to read and write device partitions. HTC is one of such manufacturers who encourage third party development by provide support to that effect.
Helium is an app developed by the renowned android developer Koushik Dutta, aka Koush. The app allows android users to backup and sync their apps and data on their SD card or in a cloud storage. Helium does not require root permissions to run, i.e. you can successfully backup all your android apps and app data when preparing to root your device using Helium.