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Save Your Angry Birds Data, Never Have To Start Again, Ever

Save Your Angry Birds Data, Never Have To Start Again, Ever

We are kind of sad that there isn’t a way to save your Angry Birds data via a cloud, but it seems we are just going to have to wait for now. To do this your device must be rooted and you need to have a rooted file explorer like ES File Explorer. After, just follow these instructions. First of all, use root explorer to go to /data/data/com.rovio.angrybirds (use corresponding names for seasons and rio)/files Copy these two files: highscores.lua settings.lua Now you can go to same location on the target device and paste them; however, make sure you rename the original files first. This step is the most important: fix the permission. Make sure both files have three read and write, and NO EXECUTE (X) because it will cause reboot when you run the game!!! Done. Source...

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How To Run Android OS On Windows Using VMWare

How To Run Android OS On Windows Using VMWare

If you feel like testing android before you buy an Android tablet here is a tutorial from the guys over at...

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Hacked Camera app For Galaxy S II

Hacked Camera app For Galaxy S II

Another day, another hacked app for an android phone by a Xda developer. A modified Camera.APK for the Samsung Galaxy S II has been developed by the Xda member Potatoman. The app includes modifications from the other Xda developers  Rafalense, robbiekhan, pulser_g2,Soraxd, hyperX, and llBlackenedll . The app will not only enhace the video bit rate and CD audio quality of your samsung Galaxy S II but will also enable you to use camera and cam corder at any battery level. According to Potatoman Hey folks- It’s with great pleasure that I’m releasing a hacked Camera.apk for you all today! This is my first android mod, so be gentle  Info- The apk replaces the stock Camera.Apk in the Galaxy S II, and has the following features- – Allows use of the camera & camcorder at any battery life – Records Audio in 192kbps/44.1Khz quality (CD Quality) rather than stock (64kbps/16khz quality) – Increased Video Bitrate in 1080 and 720p modes* (See 2nd post for info and download link for this version) – Optional No Sounds versions (for Standard and Highbit versions!). All of the features, None of the noise! Yes, even the autofocus noise is gone! – HyperX-‘s SuperHighBit version now available (See 2nd post for info and download link for this version) I have left the settings for the 320×240 and 176×144 resolution modes as stock, so they will be the same size and with the same audio. This is to ensure video messages are kept within the filesize limits  However, the developer has also mentioned that there won’t be any further near development on this because he will be unnable to continue working on this [ Via xda...

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Galaxy S II Now Has Ubuntu!

Galaxy S II Now Has Ubuntu!

Android not enough for you? you feel like you derserve and want more? well then why not get Ubuntu, yes you heard me, even though the device isnt out yet the Samsung Galaxy S II has been rooted, overclocked, and the first few custom ROMs are appearing. Before you start jumping up and dow with joy you better know that there are still some serious bugs, which are: It’s not running natively, only through VNC Resolution is to high The performance isn’t particularly good Stability issues LXDE (Unity or Gnome3 preferred) No browser (yet, Firefox doesn’t run) Check Out The Source...

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Change Honeycomb into Gingerbread Interface By Changing LCD density

Change Honeycomb into Gingerbread Interface By Changing LCD density

We have something very interesting here, it seems like tablet-friendly Honeycomb actually has Gingerbread’s interface hiding quietly in it.A hacker was playing around with some of his configuration files and tried experimenting with the LCD density on his Honeycomb tablet.When setting the density above 160 it was found that the tablet-friendly Honeycomb interface transforms into the Gingerbread interface.Isn’t it interesting ?   It’s very simple and all you have to do is to set the density to 170 or higher and reboot, you’ll see all the graphical interface of Gingerbread (lock screen, dock, app drawer, keyboard, etc.). Set it to 160 or lower and the Honeycomb will appear as usual. Its hard to say why Google has left the graphical essence of Gingerbread in Honeycomb and more surprisingly why was it so easy to discover? [via pocketables...

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Cyanogen Mod Reaches Over 230,000 Downloads

It seems Android users love the Cyanogen Mod. The ROM which is widely available around the web has managed to rack up over 230,000 downloads. The US and Sweden take top as the mod has received the most downloads from them. If you are interested in this ROM the check it out...

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