Author: Max Lee

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How to Install TWRP Permanently After Installing a Custom ROM on Pixel or Pixel XL!

For those of you who have installed a new custom ROM and wanted to change to another ROM, you will probably have noticed that most custom ROMs now included CyanogenMod recovery, which overwrites your existing TWRP recovery (that you probably installed while rooting).  Well, to install TWRP permanently after installing a custom ROM, you simply need to flash TWRP recovery ZIP after installing the ROM.  That way, you can install new ROMs in the future without having to re-install TWRP recovery using your computer.

How to Fix Samsung Firmware Stuck at fota.zip with ODIN! 0

How to Fix Samsung Firmware Stuck at fota.zip with ODIN!

Are you trying to install Samsung stock firmware using ODIN and getting stuck at fota.zip?

This will happen on newer devices like Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6, etc…etc…  The reason why it gets stuck is because you are using older version of ODIN.

Make sure to use ODIN v3.12.3 or higher to fix the problem, you can download our working version of ODIN v3.12.3 below and try to re-install the stock firmware.

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How to Root Google Pixel or Pixel XL! [Windows/Mac/Linux/Chromebook]

In this tutorial, we show you how to root your Google Pixel or Pixel XL smartphone.  Rooting will allow you to get full “admin” access so you can install rooted apps such as Viper4Audio, Xposed, Titanium Backup app, and much more.

Rooting involves unlocking the bootloader.  Unlocking the bootloader will wipe EVERYTHING on your phone so please BACKUP everything beforehand!

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How to Block Ads using Ad Blocker on Android! [Root]

Whether you want to get rid of ads while browsing the web or simply want to skip ads while playing you favorite game on your Android device, there are many simple ways to block ads.

Android is a derivative of Linux, which means it uses hosts file (located in /etc/hosts) to determine IP addresses of hosts.  Now, traditionally, hosts file have been used to block websites you don’t want to visit.  Since ads work through website names and IP addresses, you can effectively remove ads on your Android device by nulling (setting website/IP to point to local address 127.0.0.1) all ad addresses.