Every android device including Nexus 6P needs a custom recovery in order do any sort of hacking. That is why folks at xda developers have churned out a custom recovery that features touch driven user interface. It is called the TWRP and it is now available for download. Own a Nokia X? Download its TWRP custom recovery here.
TWRP for Nexus 6p will allow users to install custom firmwares and do all sorts of hacks on it. Installing TWRP custom recovery onto the Nexus 6P is rather easy. You can downloaded latest version from here.
To install TWRP on Nexus 6p, you will require ADB drivers which are part of platform tools. Windows users will also have to install USB drivers. You will also need to enable developer mode on your phone. Also enable USB debugging here. Type in these commands on your computer.
adb reboot bootloader
fastboot flash recovery twrp.img
Here replace the “twrp.img” with the file you downloaded.
Google will be launching its Nexus 8 tablet with an Intel x86 Moorefield chipset to bring 64 bit Android tablet to the market. The search engine giant is said to be looking to get Intel’s new quad core Moorefield chipset for the next generation Nexus tablet.
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Google could put in Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 64-Bit quad-core processor in its next model in Nexus series, Nexus 6 which is expected in the second half of the year.
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When playing around and testing our company nexus 5 we quickly noticed that the charging port is the otherway round compared to the Nexus 5. This means none of the Nexus 4 docks will work with the 5. The port is now the same way as the HTC phones. The new Cover-Mate Nexus 5 Case works perfectly with the Nexus 5 dock.
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My android phone suddenly just refused to charge or turn on and I’m mid contract planning on moving to contract free soon. I ended up with Windows Phone because for $100 the Lumia 520 was surprisingly good, unlike the $80 goPhone android model they had at the at&t store. And I’m far too dependent on a smartphone to go even a few months without one.
I like WP more than I thought I would. It has it’s perks and it’s very usable. I mean the fact that for $100 with no contract I can get a WP is amazing. That said, being heavily invested in the Google ecosystem I too will probably switch in a few months once the nexus 5 is out.
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Factory images for the just released minor Nexus 7’s WiFi update that was given to the Android 4.3 build JSS15R is now available. Binaries have been made available too for your downloading and hacking pleasure.
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Medion Lifetab E10312, 10 inch tablet is soon going to make its way to the Aldi stores starting September 12. For just 180 Euros, you can grab the new Lifetab E10312 tablet that comes loaded with Android 4.2 jelly bean opearting system. Its specs include 10 inch display with a resolution of 1280 × 800 pixels. Inside, you will find a 1.6GHz Cortex A9 dual core processor, 1GB of RAM and 16GB flash memory.
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With the LTE version of the new Nexus 7 2013, tethering or Internet sharing is finally possible. Even on the 3G model, the Nexus 7 could not be used as hotspot, but this functionality is enabled in the Nexus 2013 LTE model.
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Until last year, Viewsonic was among the most active companies in the field of tablets. However, its success was very limited as they distributed their tablets in selected countries. Due to the economic crisis and increased competition, the Taiwanese company was forced to reduce costs and today, they released the Viewsonic Viewpad 100Q. Let us see how it fares with our favorite, the Nexus 7 2 2013 model.
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Qualcomm has churned out quite a lot of powerful processors lately, but recently Snapdragon S4 Pro got a lot of traction online as Asus chose to use it in its Nexus 7 2. The first version came with Nvidia Tegra 3 which is a quad core processor. While the Snapdragon S4 Pro processor is also quad core, it is much more powerful too. There are three versions of it – S4 Play, Plus and Prime. Here are their detailed, full specifications.
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