by Brandon Miniman | June 15, 2012 10:00 AM
In our review of the Galaxy S III, most of our complaints were software-related. Thankfully, one of the best aspects of Android is that if you don't like the software, you can change it, thanks to a vibrant third-party development community. All you need to do is root the device to get super user permissions and install a custom bootloader, like ClockworkMod. Then, you're able to install any third-party ROM with ease. In this video we show you how to go through this process. Of course, there are always multiple methods of rooting, but this particular process was quick and easy. Here are ...
by Joe Levi | May 17, 2012 9:26 PM
We recently talked about why you should root your smartphone or tablet to get the most out of your device. Even if you're not planning on flashing a custom ROM, why haven't you rooted your Android yet? For the first little bit, let's assume that you want to root, but haven't yet. Why not? That's what we really want to know! It's too technical This reason comes in various flavors: too technical, too difficult, or too confusing. Honestly, this is a very valid reason! The first step in rooting it usually connecting your device to your PC via a USB cable. That, in and of itself, isn't all ...
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