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Android SDK tips and tricks.

September 11, 2010 Leave a comment

The Android SDK is meant to be a set of developer tools to create Andorid apps, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be useful to Android users. In fact, there are plenty of interesting and useful ways you can use the SDK. It allows you to make changes to the phone’s settings, do things not usually allowed on stock devices, and it can even get around some nasty carrier restrictions. All of this without ever having to root your phone. All you need is the Android SDK, an Android phone, and basic knowledge of you computers command prompt or terminal. Read more…

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A simpler way to move apps to SD card on Android 2.2.

July 22, 2010 Leave a comment

As most Android 2.2 users have already noticed, finding out which apps can be moved to the SD card is not exactly intuitive. Since developers have to update their apps to support this feature, most apps don’t even allow it yet. To make matters worse, trying to find out which apps can be transferred over using the built in app manager can get incredibly frustrating. Navigating through settings menus and scrolling through dozens of apps get tiresome, especially when you have a handful of freshly updated apps that need to be checked. Lucky for us there’s a much easier way to do this, and all it requires is one awesome app from the Market.
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