Android phones, including Samsung Galaxy S5, originally ship un-rooted. Even though you can do a lot of things with an un-rooted device, there are features, applications and scenarios where a rooted phone is required. You can’t delete a pre-installed application on your phone if you do not have access to its root directory. You cannot change application permissions if you do not have root access to your phone.
Now that Samsung’s new flagship is out, users can now enjoy the the long awaited S Pen features and monster specifications, we’re here again to take you guys through a detailed guide to root your Note 3. Why? Because if you want to rid your Note 3 from those crap load of pre-installed Samsung Apps [...]
The Jelly Bean 4.3 update for HTC One is seen nowhere later than October, and that’s a solid ‘maybe’ as well, but if you’re looking for a workaround to this issue then you've come to the right place – The CyanogenMod team has put together a ROM dubbed as CM 10.2 Nightly build based on [...]