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by dgstorm at Aug 31, 2015
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Apparently T-Mobile's CEO, John Legere, is hopping mad about folks who abuse the T-Mo network by using tethering workarounds to game the system. He called them "thieves" and plans to go after them with multiple methods, including throttling. Here's a quote from his press statement:

by dgstorm at Aug 31, 2015
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It looks like the hot new leak crazy train is still forging ahead this morning! There was a new Sony Xperia Z5 video which leaked online recently, but is has since been pulled. Despite that, some still shot images were gathered for the device. Here they are in a compilation shot (shown in the thread below).

The most notable thing that this video revealed before it was yanked was that the device will supposedly have a 4K display. We have heard rumblings about that previously, but didn't put too much stock in them. The was also talk that this device will not be the base model Xperia Z5, but instead will be a more Premium/higher-end version.

What do you folks think? Isn't a 4K (2160x3840 resolution) complete overkill on a 5.2-inch screen? Either way, at least Sony is trying to push the envelope again. They really need to get a solid hit with a smartphone to avoid their mobile division crumbling into obscurity.

Source: SlashGear
by dgstorm at Aug 31, 2015
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The above image is not for this rumored device.

We are keeping this hot new leak train rolling this morning! The latest intel is about LG's next 2015 flagship. Even though one of LG's execs recently downgraded the next 2015 LG device from "super premium" to "high class," that doesn't mean it won't be a stout device. In fact, that might be the case in more ways than one.

The latest rumor shares some of the specs for the device and they seem a bit beefy. From the sound of these specs, this next LG will be closer to being another G Pro device than a regular G flagship. The intel indicates that LG is planning on including a 5.8-inch 2K QHD display and dual-rear cameras.

It was only last year that LG paused production of their G Pro line. Could this be a return to form for that line of phablet-style devices?

Source: LG's Upcoming Flagship To Differentiate Itself Through Camera Prowess?
by dgstorm at Aug 31, 2015
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Holy smokes! Here's a hot new leak to follow-up the previous "hot new leak." According to Motorola will be bringing an all new active life-style flagship device to market in December of this year. It's called the Motorola Bounce, and it will supposedly be designed to do exactly that without breaking. Here's a spec-list which was shared along with the above leaked image:
  • 5.43" Quad HD display
  • Snapdragon 810 chipset
  • 3 GB of RAM
  • 32 GB/ 64 GB storage
  • 3760 mAh battery
  • 21 MP rear camera
  • 5 MP front camera
  • "shatterproof"
Other than the infamous Snapdragon 810 chipset, these specs seem phenomenal for a ruggedized device. If this rumint proves true, Motorola fans have something to look forward to this Christmas!

Source: @upleaks
by dgstorm at Aug 31, 2015
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This is exciting stuff for folks who are curious about the rumored Blackberry Android. The image leaks we have to share today are of the new Blackberry Venice Android device. Along with the leaked pics, we also have some supposedly confirmed specs.

Obviously the pictures confirm the QWERTY keyboard, which slides out from behind the display. The pics if the phone show that it will also have a front facing speaker and a microSD card slot. Finally, the leak supposedly confirms that the device will have a 16MP camera with dual-flash. There's still no word yet on the internals of the phone, but we will keep you updated as more details emerge.

Check out the rest of the photos in the thread below.

Source: Phandroid
by DroidModderX at Aug 30, 2015
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Lollipop is known for its material design which really modernized the look and feel of Android. The other thing it is known for is introducing several bugs to Android. One of these bugs is the MobileRadioActive bug. When you turn off your mobile data this bug keeps the mobile radio awake, which then won't allow your phone to go to sleep. This has been the source of unnecessary battery drain for many users. The bug has apparently been fixed in Android Marshmallow, but if your device is not slated to receive that version of Android you will probably want to head to the link below to grab the Xposed Framework module to fix this. This is pretty simple to use if you are familiar with Xposed.

via XDA
by DroidModderX at Aug 30, 2015
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Are you looking to step up your Snapchat game. One of the simplest ways to do this would be to grab the Snappref's Snapchat utility for Xposed Framework. The list of features is pretty long and includes Paint tools, Location spoofing with a map, Speed spoofing, unlimited viewing time, ability to hide timer, ability to block discover which saves lots of data on your data plan, and custom filters. Head to the link below to grab this xposed module.

via XDA
by DroidModderX at Aug 30, 2015
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Earlier this evening PC747 made a good and valid argument on why Root is dying. As these phones get higher speced and the software is tweaked we are finding less reasons to really NEED root. At this point if you are rooting you are doing so to either stick it to the man, or because you genuinely enjoy the mods you get from roms or xposed framework modules.

That being said their is still much that can be improved when it comes to OEM skins. Optimization is the main reason I still root and run custom roms. Developers dive into these stock roms and can clean them up and make them faster. "Arter97" has developed a custom kernel for the Note 5 that he says fixes memory management.

Last week I uploaded a quick speedtest which clearly shows that multitasking and memory management. The Note 5 ended up losing to an Iphone 6 because it had to totally shut down and reload every app. You should see your Note 5 pick up the speed a bit after applying the custom kernel found below.

via XDA
by DroidModderX at Aug 30, 2015
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One of the major selling points of the OnePlus One series was the inclusion of CyanogenMod right out of the box. This year OnePlus decided to grab some top developers from the Paranoid Android team to build their own version of Android "OxygenOS". The great thing about the OnePlus 2 is that it is incredibly developer friendly. You can easily root it and get a custom recovery installed.

Once recovery is installed you can flash whichever cusotm rom your like. There is now an unofficial build of CyanogenMod 12.1 available for download. This build is surprisingly usable. Working in this build are a booting OS, working display, touchscreen, camera, audio, RIL, Sensors, Wifi, Bluetooth, and GPS. Their are a few bugs including fingerprint scanner, laser autofocus, notification slider, and enforcing selinux.

The lack of fingerprint support alone would be enough to detour me, but if you are interested in a stock vanilla AOSP experience more than you are a fingerprint scanner this could be right up your alley.

by DroidModderX at Aug 30, 2015
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About a month ago I posted a lengthy rant about an experience I had in a local Verizon Wireless Corporate store. The short version of the story is that the staff their refused to sell me a phone for cash stating that I would lose my unlimited data. I have since purchased a phone from Verizon's online store and used my own sim. Nothing happened I did not lose my unlimited data. The whole experience got my blood boiling though.

I decided to try a little experiment to see just how much data I could use in one month with my unlimited data package. The thought was that If they are getting ready to give us unlimited data grandfathered users the boot I might as well take advantage of the unlimited data package that I had.

I started out just trying to use my data pretty heavily. I even tried doing some tethering but even at that it was hard for me to use more than 10GB a day. If I was going to get to my goal of 1TB in a moth I was going to really have to ramp things up. I did a quick google search for 1GB test file and found a site that had several test files. I began downloading about fifteen 1GB test files at a time and was able to download about 50GB per day this way.

After several days of this I had reached 350GB and was growing a bit weary. I had to constantly be adding files to the download que and this was all causing my phone to overheat to the pointe of making it reboot, and was also draining the battery like crazy....
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