And yes, it does apply to the Galaxy S8 as well. And it took a team of six members several months to get this exploit together.
We recently talked about why to root your phone, but that left many asking the question: How do I root the Nexus 6? Luckily, it's not all that difficult!
For an increasing number of us Power Users, "stock plus root" is the way to go. Here's why I went with a Nexus 6 root, but kept the stock ROM.
Some things that used to require you to root your Android are built-in features now. Here are a few that still need root access, that probably shouldn't.
There are many reasons why you'd want to root your phone, but an LG G Watch root via a custom ROM? Yup. And it's awesome!
Geohot's new Towelroot root method can be used to root AT&T and Verizon-branded Galaxy S5 phones, along with almost every other Android device available.
The Nokia X is an Android that doesn't look like it is. Here's how to Root the Nokia X and make it look like a real Android.
What is BusyBox, and what do we know about a new BusyBox that may be replacing the old one? I'm glad you asked! Read on to find out.
Check out this app which lets you change, theme, & automatically hide your Android's soft buttons - sort of. Watch the video to to see what I mean.
Read about what rooting is -- and why you might not want to do it -- in this informative article from Joe the Android Guy.
Learn how you can root your Galaxy Nexus without OEM unlocking it, and without wiping your device.
Read about how to get insane amounts of speed out of your Nexus 7 by flashing the Elite Kernel.