Recently I wanted to test an Android application and had to use an Android Emulator. While Android Studio’s emulator works fine, I had difficulties making it run because you can either have it rooted without Google Play Services or with Google Play Services but not rooted.Read More »Setting Up BurpSuite as a Trusted Root CA in Genymotion Emulator
I like to change the appearance of my android device and a launcher is one of the most effective ways. This launcher is completely different from the rest. CLI launcher is black with white and green letters, no icons just text, just Read More »CLI launcher – The Linux terminal Launcher
A couple of years ago I developed an app that was click based with text and what you had to do was to collect as much money as possible in order to buy new buildings and things like that. What I didn’t think of (then) was that some time since you get such a big incomeRead More »Working with large numbers [Android]
Social networks are part of our life for sure, some times facebook or twitter or any other social network. Using them at your apps will help you to promote your app and make the user part of your team. Let’s how this can be done in Android.
Cyanogen, the company behind the CyanogenMod open source operating system, is today announcing a rebranding, which will take it further away from its hacker-inspired roots and make it more mainstream than before. The new branding ditches the Android mascot logos and abundance of cyan for cleaner fonts and a simpler approach. It’s a better, more mature look for a company that has shifted away from just making tools for hackers and has software found on devices anyone can buy.
Pushbullet issued an update this morning that brings even more phone-to-computer-back-to-phone-again integration, similarly to how their previously introduced SMS-reply function works. Read More »Pushbullet Update Adds Quick Replying Via Computer to Hangouts, WhatsApp, Facebook, Other Services