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How to install Google Apps (Gapps) on your Rooted Nokia X, X+ and XL devices – [Guide]

How to install Google Apps (Gapps) on your Rooted Nokia X, X+ and XL devices – [Guide]

 For those of you who are interested in enjoying the perks of Google Apps on your recently rooted Nokia X devices can do so now by just following these few simple steps: 1) First of all make sure that your device is fully rooted. Just in case you haven’t already rooted it, use Gandalf Exploit included in Framaroot app. (Download it from http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta…1&d=1391850491) 2) You would need a Root explorer...

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How to Root a Nokia X, X+ and XL in 4 simple steps – [Guide]

How to Root a Nokia X, X+ and XL in 4 simple steps – [Guide]

Ever since Nokia announced their new line of Nokia X Android devices a couple of months back, the company has again managed to step in the limelight. Even though both the Nokia X and Nokia XL are based on the open source Android architecture, it does manage to distinguish its self from your traditional Android devices that include a few modifications and limitations imposed by the Finnish cellular giants that include Nokia’s own...

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Nokia X rooted with Google Apps – XDA does it again

Nokia X rooted with Google Apps – XDA does it again

The recently concluded Mobile World Congress was full of surprises with the biggest one coming in from Nokia with the announcement of their very first devices based on the core Android architecture, the Nokia X, Nokia X+ and Nokia XL. The Finnish cellular giants had for long kept their distance from Google’s platform which has taken over the world by storm and is still continuing to do so as we speak. With that said, even though the...

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CM11 nightly gets updated to Snapshot

CM11 nightly gets updated to Snapshot

CyanogenMod have officially announced the “Snapshot” version of  CM11 today. The current version is a much more stable version as compared to its predecessor Nightly. The update would have no doubt cleared out a few minor bugs and of-course add some performance related enhancements. This proves that the CM team are working tirelessly on bringing the Android 4.4.2 experience as close to its final stable build as possible. The...

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Cyanogen Mod gets new Boot loader Logo, CM 11 to soon follow

Cyanogen Mod gets new Boot loader Logo, CM 11 to soon follow

The developers at Cyanogen Inc seem to be working their socks off to release the stable version of CM 10.2 (Android 4.3 Jelly Bean) and the first nightly of CM 11 (Android 4.4 KitKat). CM 10.2 has already released the RC version, which is basically a step below final stable release. Anyways what has gotten our attention though is that CM have started to show glimpses of their new CM 11, with the change of their Boot loader logo. It can be...

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The Samsung Galaxy Gear gets web browsing support with latest custom ROM, New features also added

The Samsung Galaxy Gear gets web browsing support with latest custom ROM, New features also added

These days custom ROM’s can been seen running on almost every other rooted device that comes across and after seeing the success of Samsung’s first smart watch, the Galaxy Gear that was recently unveiled as a tag along accessory for the Galaxy Note3 is all set to receive its very own customized ROM thanks to our hardworking friends at XDA. The ROM brings with it a host of new features (those who have custom ROM running on a...

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