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.
In this tutorial, I show you how to install Google Assistant on ANY rooted Android device running Android 7.0 or 7.1 Nougat.
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.
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.
For those of you who want to try out the latest Android N Preview, here’s how to do it easily. This will work on all Nexus devices but as of today, Android N Preview is only available for Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, and Nexus 9.
There are basically two types of apps in Android devices
1. Pre-Installed apps or systems apps.
Generally most people install apps from either Play Store or install it manually from the device’s storage after enabling “Unknown Sources”. But if for some reason you need another way of installing APK files to your Android device, then this tutorial will how to teach you to install apps using ADB commands.