What is rooting you ask? The simple answer is that it gives Android users superuser permissions over their device and full access to their phone. For those familiar with iOS and jailbreaking, its is a similar albeit more complex and deeper unlock. However, because iOS devices are fairly standardized, it's usually quite an easy process to jailbreak your device. When it comes to Androids though, the vast variety of brands, carriers, firmwares, and versions make searching for a root for your phone hectic and time-consuming. This revolutionary app will save you a lot of time as a (almost) universal application to easily root any Android device.
Thursday, February 6, 2014
Sunday, June 16, 2013
If you're one of those people that aren't crazy about updating your device to the latest model, got your device before they were booming, or just have an old iDevice sitting around with nothing to do with it this may be for you. The untethered iOS 4 jailbreak has been around for quite a while and is quite straight forward to execute on the iPod Touch 2nd Generation or iPhone 3G. This also works with pretty much any other device but probably isn't of use as those devices are on higher firmwares by now. So for some people that are anxious to jailbreak their spanking new iPhone, or fairly new model iPod Touch, try your hand at jailbreaking one of your older devices without the worry of slowing it down or messing it up to much, but getting a sense for what its all about. Or maybe you still use your old version iPod Touch 2G, or iPhone and finally decided to jailbreak it.
Thursday, June 13, 2013
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
The jailbreak community has come to terms with the fact that they will never be able to develop the untethered jailbreak for iOS 6.1.3 during a time in which it is still relevant. However, recent progress shows that an iOS 7 update may be right around the corner. Many are asking the question: should I update to iOS 7? Is it worth losing all my precious jailbreak features? Let's take a look at this.