Big thanks to RD1945 over on Xda-Developers for the following guide on how to install RUU updates using HBoot
1) First you need the RUU.exe that you intend to install. The current ones for the HTC Desire HD can be found here.
2) Start the RUU. Don't let it start flashing your ...more»
I recently received my new phone the beautiful HTC Desire HD, currently there is no persistant root available for it or the HTC G2 but people are working on it.
One of the ways mentioned as a possibility to root the phone was to create a GoldCard that ignores the CID/signing ...more»
With the release of PSGroove and PSFreedom the PS3 became the easiest and cheapest of the next generation consoles to be hacked.
The greatest part about the hacks is that their both open source, this has meant that after the initial versions that only worked on certain developer class USB drives the software has now been ported to countless devices. Being open source has had it's disadvantages in that Sony released a firmware update 3.42 within a week which has disabled the ability to run either of these hacks for now.I've been checking the compatibility list daily
This is a mashup of two tutorials that I've been reading the first is posted over at villainrom.co.uk (credited to zjr8) the other at blog.coralic.nl. They both describe the compilation of your own Android Kernel both focus on the HTC Hero as their example device.
Compiling your own kernel allows you to ...more»
I found this interesting guide over at xda-developers posted by jaymac407. Having watched Hak5 last night in wich they discussed de-authing wireless clients based on their Wireless Card Vendor ID I think this might be a useful guide.
Before starting you will need an Unlocked SPL for your device to allow us to ...more»
I have offered Feeyo the use of my server to store and distribute his Cronos ROMs as Hostgator give me unlimited space and bandwidth. This will allow people who cannot access the Rapidshare, MegaUpload and 4Shared type pages at home or at work as is now the case for myself with ...more»
I came accross a post by MentalDeath (lovely name) over on the Cronos Forum and I though I'd repost it here. It details the installation of your own or custom bootanimation on to your Android phone.
So to push the bootanimation you will need AndroidSDK.
Download the bootscreen you desire to use and place ...more»
I've stumbled upon a cool little app for android phones called messap.li . This little gem analysis the applications you currently have installed on your phone and then generates a web page displaying them with the QR codes for installation so that you can share it with your friends.
Checkout my current ...more»
Installing applications to an Android phone is simple, either use the Market application to find and install, put the apk file for the program on to your phone/SD card and install using Astro or finally you can use the adb push command to push the files to the phone. These ...more»