Posts by Rajesh Pandey

Android-5-Lollipop

Android 5.0 Lollipop. Photo: Google

Last week, Google released the updated developer preview images of Android 5.0 Lollipop for the Nexus 5 and 7. Even though these images are clearly targeted towards developers, it did not deter many advanced users from installing it on their Nexus 5 or 7. 

Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android.

Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Every platform has its own share of power users who know their way around the OS and how to extract the very maximum, in terms of performance and efficiency, from the device running it. The secret behind a power user’s efficiency are his tools (read: apps) and experience.

While I cannot help you with the latter, I can definitely list down some apps that are a favorite of Android power users community, which should help you in extracting the very best performance from your device.

The Developer edition of Galaxy Note 4 will come with an unlockable bootloader. Photo: Samsung

The Developer edition of Galaxy Note 4 will come with an unlockable bootloader. Photo: Samsung

Just like every other device that hits the Verizon networks, the Galaxy Note 4 also comes with a locked down bootloader, which makes gaining root access and flashing custom ROMs on it a challenging task. 

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Photo: Motorola

As soon as Google unveiled Android 5.0 Lollipop today, Motorola also announced its intention of bringing the very latest of Android to all its devices. 

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Besides the RE Camera, HTC also unveiled its newest member to the Desire family — the Desire EYE. This selfie focused handset comes with dual-13MP cameras (in the front and rear) along with two-tone dual-LED flash allowing you to capture “the big and small moments in perfect clarity.” 

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