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How to root your Google Pixel C tablet or any Nexus Phone or Tablet

How to root your Google Pixel C tablet or any Nexus Phone or Tablet

Rooting means total freedom. No restrictions from your OEM rules, your thoughts or actions can stretch your Android OS to its limits. After rooting you have permission to do anything to… Read more »

Install Batman v Superman theme on Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge [APK]

Install Batman v Superman theme on Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge [APK]

Samsung recently announced a limited edition Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice edition of S7 Edge. The phone is limited to china and if you’re in the rest of the… Read more »

Nexus 5x – Review – The league of extraordinary ‘Exs’

Nexus 5x – Review – The league of extraordinary ‘Exs’

The Google Nexus 5x is a new breed phone camoflague-branded under an extremely successful franchise. Seems like Google wanted to milk the Nexus 5 cash cow further more. If the… Read more »

The OnePlus X – Review – Does it fit the X bill

The OnePlus X – Review – Does it fit the X bill

OnePlus X is the third addition to Flagship killer series. OnePlus as a company has had its share of publicity may it be due to the scrupulous invite system for… Read more »

Run Android apps on PC [Windows, Linux, OSX]

Run Android apps on PC [Windows, Linux, OSX]

Google had been testing a tool called ARC (Android Runtime for Chrome) for Chrome OS since a while. While it ran pretty smoothly, it was in its alpha stages and… Read more »

Enable WhatsApp Calling Now [Android, iOS]

Enable WhatsApp Calling Now [Android, iOS]

WhatsApp Calling has been floating in beta testing since a while. Earlier preview builds did really bad on slow networks. The good news is this has improved by leaps and… Read more »

Android 5.1 Review, Impressions, What’s new [Changelog]

Android 5.1 Review, Impressions, What’s new [Changelog]

When Android L aka Lollipop first came out, it had mixed reactions from the community. While it worked pretty well on devices like Nexus 6, it had slew of shortcomings… Read more »

Xposed on Android Lollipop

Xposed on Android Lollipop

We at Geeknizer are a big fan of Xposed modules and we listed the 20 Best XPOSED modules for Android stock ROM. Today, majority of the savvy droid fanbase has shifted… Read more »

Why Custom Kernel is good for your Android

Why Custom Kernel is good for your Android

Rooting your Android phone opens up gateway to new possibilities. Even though rooting was must have back in days, it still is backed by strong motivators. One among them is… Read more »

Top 6 Best Nexus 6 Mods

Top 6 Best Nexus 6 Mods

Nexus 6 is unlocked, rooted and there are several custom ROMs already. But there is little for those who wish to stick to stock ROMs Xposed won’t work with Android… Read more »

Android Lollipop, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 Officially Announced

Android Lollipop, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 Officially Announced

Google has raised the curtain from the latest and the greatest in Android: Android Lollipop (Android 5.0) previously known as Android L. Biggest part of the update is even Nexus… Read more »

Sony QX1 brings dSLR Sensor, Lenses to Smartphones

Sony QX1 brings dSLR Sensor, Lenses to Smartphones

There are Android powered dSLRs, point n shoots, and few smartphones that can matchup point and shoot. But what’s truly missing is an Android smartphone with dSLR capabilities. Meet the… Read more »

5 ways Xperia Z3 is Better than Any Smartphone

5 ways Xperia Z3 is Better than Any Smartphone

Sony announced Xperia Z3, its latest Android Flagship, becoming 3rd flagship within span of one year. Look at the specs and you’ll see just another top of the line android… Read more »

Record, Replay TouchEvents on Android

Record, Replay TouchEvents on Android

Whether you’re android application developer or a regular user performing regular tasks on your Android device, you’ve definitely felt need of automating certain repetitive tasks. Tasks like going through settings… Read more »

MythBuster: Do you need Antivirus on Android?

MythBuster: Do you need Antivirus on Android?

If you’ve been reading the web or browsing through news articles about Android, chances are you’ve come across a number of articles that claim Android is vulnerable to X attack,… Read more »

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