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SafetyNet pass 1

Evidently you can get Android Pay working on a rooted device

I’m late to the party, as usual these days, but it appears you can once again get Android Pay working on a rooted device. I’ll

February 23, 2016 Android, Good and EVO
roottools 2

How to install the Xposed Framework on Android 6

While Android 6.0 has been around a while for other devices we haven’t covered much in the Xposed Framework side for a while. This is

February 17, 2016 Good and EVO
Android Root 0

Thanksgiving Eve: Some root disclosures

JCase, one of the authors of the Sunshine S-OFF tool, weaksauce, and probably others, has posted two pages dealing with some of how some root exploits actually

November 25, 2015 Good and EVO, Pocketables
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How to root a WiFi HTC Nexus 9 running Android 6.0/Marshmallow

Some of you may be aware I’ve been in possession of John’s old Nexus 9 for a few months and for the most part it’s been

October 27, 2015 Android, Good and EVO
First Row Network Utilities 1

First Row Network Utilities give rooted users tools

First Row Network Utilities at its core is a root tool that allows you to find out what’s on your network, and then mess with

September 28, 2015 Android, Good and EVO
Android Pay 15

Android Pay is here, unless you’re rooted (workaround)

If you’re like me you probably passed out on some couch cushions you have laid on your office floor due to newborn and needing a

September 18, 2015 Android, Good and EVO
roottools 20

I’m starting the EVO project, could use your help

The king is dead, long live the king. The HTC EVOs have passed into that great obsolescence horizon, but being built like a brick shithouse

September 14, 2015 Android, Good and EVO
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WiFi calling might come to the Nexus 5 (and other devices) after all…maybe

Android developers and tinkerers should be pleased to know that the latest AOSP release – android-5.1.1_r5 – finally includes code for WiFi calling, a feature

June 25, 2015 Android, Features
hTC FTM mode 26

HTC One M9 unresponsive, no charge light, won’t power on?

I had an interesting thing happen the other day with my HTC One M9 that I thought I would share. The fix can be used

June 01, 2015 Android, Good and EVO
Code thief kanger 0

A purely self serving reason to avoid kangers

Kanging in the development world is generally understood to mean stealing code without giving credit, asking for permission, and claiming you’re the developer when you’re not.

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