For those of you who want to catch rare Pokemons quickly and easily in Pokemon Go, there’s an easy way to do so.
In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to install the official Android 7.0 Nougat on any Nexus device using OTA files. Now, this method will not erase anything on your phone but just in case, PLEASE MAKE A BACKUP OF EVERYTHING. This method also DOES NOT REQUIRE ROOT or unlocked bootloaders.
For those of you who are trying to find nearby Pokemon on your Android, you may want to first try the PokeDetector app, which will alert you whenever Pokemons are nearby.
GPS Spoofing can be useful for those of you who cannot go outside or walk around for playing Pokemon Go at the comfort of your home. Although there is a flawless Pokemon Go hack that allows you to do that, it requires to root your Android smartphone and you may not be such a techie to actually root your phone.
Do you play a lot of Pokemon Go? If so, it probably drains the battery of your smartphone quickly as Pokemon Go requires your screen to be on while playing to be notified of new Pokemons nearby.
For those of you who have tried using Pokemon Go Hack to spoof your GPS, you may have been able to use the hack to play Pokemon Go without leaving your house but you weren’t able to actually get Pokemons. That is because Niantic, the company behind Pokemon Go app have set algorithms to detect whether users are cheating or not.
The other day, we posted on how to make your own Galaxy S7 Edge Batman Injustice Edition without actually buying the phone. Well, we wanted to push this to the limits and decided to make an Avengers Edition phone.
For those of you who want custom Android boot animations on your Samsung devices such as Galaxy S4, S5, S6, S7, Note 5, etc…etc…, you will need to use QMG files instead of traditional bootanimation.zip and install them manually into /system/media directory.
Recently on my trip to Thailand, I was connected to the WiFi of my mother-in-law’s house in Thailand. Sometimes in random fashion when browsing the web on my Android smartphone, it would redirect me to OnClickAds.net then to a site telling me I have a virus on my Android. Of course, as someone who is genuinely into fixing stuff like this, I digged deeper and found a solution.