My new Nexus 5X was a bit troublesome on pure Android as I was used to Cyanogenmod (nightly snapshots). So I had to do what a girl has to do: Flash that thing. Add Gapps and be happy. Practically, the phone was rebooting every time a phone call was made or received. What I did miss was that […]
Careful guys, there is an update for the brand new P8000 phone out there which semi-bricks your phone. After this warning, it might already be too late as you might have just flashed the update like I did. That way the phone got stuck in a boot loop and you are litterally stuck for a while. The problem […]
The OnePlus One is one of those nerdy phones being shipped with Cyanogenmod per default and an easy unlocking process. In other words, it’s the android hacker’s wet dream. But at the moment things do not look that bright at the horizon: Cyanogen Inc did partner up with Micromax, a competitor of OnePlus in India.
OnePlus does a phone, namend One – the new “Flagship Killer” in town, attacking with solid 32 or 64 GB of storage, 3 GB of RAM and a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 801 Processor. Quite some power if you ask me, but honestly – as a nerd I am not impressed that easily. You know: Hardware is getting old and […]
August 2012 was a nice time as Google started to take over Motorola and things actually started to look pretty bright on the smartphone market as everyone was hoping for google taking action. For me it was a reason to purchase the Atrix 4G device which turned out to be great just until they promised and cancelled updates […]
After unlocking the bootloader of my Motorola Atrix 4G, things went down the drain a little as things didn’t go smooth anymore. So peeking at the memory management for looking for ressource hogs, I noticed that only half of the device memory was detected. The problem is already (well) known as it is just a missing parameter at […]