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The adventures of Joxy and the One (Part 1)

Posted by Joxy on January 27, 2014  /   no comment
HTC One rear

I recently got an HTC one. It’s a beautiful phone but I did not start using it straight away because I simply had to root it and install a custom ROM first. What is rooting? And why do it? In my understanding, rooting enables one to use a phone to its fullest abilities, and removes […]

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University degree required to root a smartphone

Posted by Moverick on June 17, 2012  /   21 comments

I was introduced to the world of flashing by Windows Mobile years back. Since then, I have flashed Symbian, Android and iOS devices quite a bit. However, I am done with rooting and flashing. After flashing the Nokia E7 to experience Belle OS on it while Nokia delayed many months ago, I made up my […]

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Custom ROMs, Manufacturers, and Consumers

Posted by Moverick on March 18, 2010  /   5 comments

Custom ROMS abound on a variety of mobile platforms. They usually spring from attempts by users to address one or more core and unresolved failings in a device’s firmware. Take the modding scene for the Samsung i8910 HD, for example: Samsung promised a device that offered 720p video recording at 24fps, but that came out […]

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Customising your smartphone: how far do you go?

Posted by Moverick on February 12, 2010  /   7 comments

Smartphones are highly versatile tools, regardless of what platform one chooses. While MobilityNigeria regulars are not reflective of the average smartphone user on the street (by default, regulars here live close to the cutting edge of things), we thought we would still sample you all out with regards how far you go in customising your […]

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