Galaxy Nexus (Linux) Rooting Guide: Part Two - "Rooting" and Custom ROMs

Standard Disclaimer: I am not responsible if you "brick" your device or in anyway damage it or void your warranty. Procede at your own risk. » 8/08/13 11:25pm 8/08/13 11:25pm

Galaxy Nexus (Linux) Rooting Guide: Part One - Installing ADB/Fast &…

Standard Disclaimer: I am not responsible if you "brick" your device or in anyway damage it or void your warranty. Procede at your own risk. » 8/08/13 10:25pm 8/08/13 10:25pm

I think you're right. It's no longer about RAM or CPU, most people look at "features" now. I switched from a S3 to a Galaxy Nexus (on Verizon) after a couple of months because I wanted a "pure" Android phone WITHOUT rooting. But someone who listens to a ton of music would want an HTC with "BoomSound", or if you want… » 8/07/13 6:04am 8/07/13 6:04am

Setting up the Android ADT (from scratch) in Ubuntu 12.04

As an Android developer (or any programmer or coder, for that matter), one of the most important tools is your IDE or Integrated Development Environment. Some people will argue six ways from Sunday that a stand-alone code editor is more useful, this post is focusing on the official ADT Bundle from Google. So let's get… » 8/06/13 6:55pm 8/06/13 6:55pm

Goo-buntu Desktop

Been swapping back and forth between Windows 8 and a bunch of Linux distributions on my touch-screen ultrabook but at the end of the day, Ubuntu is faster, more stable, and more comfortable for me to use. Being that I love Android and Google however, I decided I need to bring some of that Google Now style to my… » 8/06/13 9:16am 8/06/13 9:16am