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by dgstorm at May 6, 2015
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The Goat Simulator is an awesome success story because it combines comedic creativity in a package that was easy to make. In fact, many of the "bugs" in the game where intentionally left because they added to the hilarity offered by the crazy things you can do with your goat.

Of course, because of the runaway success of the game, you had to know the developers would come out with an add-on to the "soon-to-be-franchise." This expansion takes the goat to a new low quite literally... It's called GoatZ and your beloved Goat is now a zombie who must consumer people to live! Imagine the horror and the comedic gold!

GoatZ will hit Steam tomorrow, May 7th, for Windows, Mac, and Linux. It will also come to Android and iOS as a standalone game for $4.99 (the same price as the original Goat Simulator).
by dgstorm at May 6, 2015
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Folks who signed up to be notified when Project Fi becomes available may have just received positive news in their email inboxes today. Google sent out the first batch of invites. While this will be welcome news for many, there is one caveat that could be a deal-breaker for many. There are a number of limitations on the new service which only kick in if you are porting your current Google Voice number. Here's the skinny on the list of features that are not supported if you port your Google Voice number,
  • Making and receiving calls using Google Talk, Google Voice apps, or Obihai devices
  • You won’t be able to use Google Voice for texting or visual voicemail
  • Text, voicemail and call history is no longer saved in Google Voice
  • If you already turned on Google Voice text messages and voicemails in Hangouts, they will continue to be available only in Hangouts
  • Certain Google Voice settings aren’t available: spam filtering, call recording, call switch, conference calling on the fly, caller ID (incoming), and outgoing caller ID (anonymous Caller ID).
  • As part of signing up for Project Fi, Google Voice apps and the website won’t be available.
To be clear, many of these features are already built-in to the Project Fi service, so you aren't necessarily losing all of this. Still, it's a head scratcher why Google is having this issue. We will keep you posted with more details as they arrive.
by dgstorm at May 6, 2015
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Even though many of the big name manufacturers have opted for the Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 over the 810 because of its heat issues, there are still some OEMs brave enough to use the bigger 810 chip. In fact, Xiaomi just announced their latest flagship and it will include the Snapdragon 810. The device is the Xiaomi Mi Note Pro, and it will launch May 12th to China only.

Here are the full specs for the device:
  • 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor
  • 64GB eMMC 5.0 flash storage
  • 5.7″ 2K (2560 x 1440) display from Sharp/JDI (515 PPI)
  • Sunlight Display technology for unparalleled outdoor visibility
  • 13MP camera with optical image stabilization (OIS)
  • 4G Dual SIM
  • Supports LTE CAT 9 for up to 450Mbps download speeds
  • Hardware-optimized Hi-Fi audio for improved sound quality
  • High-capacity 3090mAh battery, supports Quick Charge 2.0 (charges up to 70% in 1 hour)
  • Aluminum frame and curved 2.5D and 3D glass on the front and back
The device will be an incredible value at only RMB2999 (about US$483) unlocked. It's a shame these devices don't hit the US more frequently. At this price, they would likely sell like hotcakes!
by dgstorm at May 6, 2015
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There is a new program started by LG which is meant to help a few (limited) users try out the new LG G4 before it even hits US retail shelves officially. On top of that, the units will be offered at no cost to the lucky folks chosen.

Of course, there's a catch... (you knew there would be). Folks who are chosen will be required to jump through some social media hoops. Here's a quote with the description followed by the LG sign up page link.

Stop by our dedicated LG G4 section for further discussion: LG G4 Forum Android Forum at

Source: LG
by dgstorm at May 6, 2015
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Take notice Motorola fans! Some new intel on the 3rd generation of the Moto X may have just been revealed. The source is completely uncorroborated, so it may be nothing. Still, you know how this goes... it's better to share it even if it's wrong then to ignore it and it turns out to be right.

Here's the scoop on the Moto X (2015):
  • 5.2-inch AMOLED display with QHD resolution
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor
  • 4GB of RAM
  • 32/64GB of memory
  • 16-megapixel Clear Pixel camera
  • 5-megapixel front-facing camera
  • 3,280 mAh battery
  • Android 5.1.1 Lollipop
If this spec-list is accurate, then it seems to be further evidence that smartphone OEMs have mostly abandoned the Snapdragon 810 from Qualcomm. It seems that even the potential for heat related issues is enough to ward off manufacturers (probably for good reason).

Current intel pegs the launch of the Moto X (2015 Edition) sometime between August and September. We will keep an eye out for more info until then.

We just created our Moto X 2015 Edition section for you folks right here: Moto X 2015 Edition Android Forum at

Source: STJS
by DroidModderX at May 5, 2015
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The great thing about Android is the freedom to change pretty much anything you want with the OS. You can change your launcher, you can change your keyboard, and you really have the freedom and liberty to make your device suite your style and needs exactly. Theme developer "Pecco" has released a clean theme for the Galaxy S6 dialer. ExDialer Green Theme adds a touch of green to the dialer, and is pretty simple to install. Just install the app. Then go to menu, preferences, theme to apply it. Grab this theme from the play store link below.

via Play Store
by DroidModderX at May 5, 2015
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Themes are becoming all the rage in the mobile handset world. OEMs have even adopted themeing in their latest skin overlays. The M9, S6 and even the upcoming G4 come with Theme choosers. Samsung is even incentivizing theme development for their theme chooser. This has always been an option for those running custom roms like CyanogenMod 12. Themes give your device a whole new look, and are one of the most appealing custom options.

The all new Florid theme brings a monochromatic overlay with material blue action bars, and pink accents. The whole theme was built with Google's specific material design guidelines in mind so you won't lose that stock feel you get from Android Lollipop. Themed elements include Settings, SystemUI, Framework, Messaging, Gallery, Calculator, Browser, Dialer, Contacts, PowerMenu, WhatsApp, Instagram, Eleven Music Player, Hangouts, Google Play Music, Google Play Store, Google Play Books, Google Play Movies, Google Plus, Youtube, and more! Grab this theme from the link below.

via XDA
by DroidModderX at May 5, 2015
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CyanogenMod for the OnePlus One has been a welcomed advancement for those who love root freedom. Many users wish for a day where OEMs and carriers would allow for their devices to be fully unlocked giving you the freedom of choice. While CM has been great on the OnePlus One some of you may have decided you would like to try the new OxygenOS. To your dismay the rom doesn't come prerooted, but no worries there is a pretty simple way to get this rom rooted.

You will first need to be sure your OnePlus One is bootloader unlocked and that you have installed the TWRP as your stock recovery. You will then need to download the proper version of SuperSU which you can grab from the link below. Be sure to download the SuperSU file on your phone so it will be in your Download folder. Boot into recovery mode by pressing Power+VolumeDown keys from powered off state. Once TWRP has booted tap install, navigate to the download folder and choose the SuperSU file you downloaded. Swipe to confirm the flash. Then reboot to enjoy your freshly rooted OxygenOS.

by DroidModderX at May 5, 2015
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Oppo is still hard at work preparing for the release of ColorOS v2.1, but have today released a post in their forums showing off the new design elements of the OS. The first change introduced is a new design for the Icons. These new icons have a flat and simple design with brighter more energetic colors. These icons are designed to be simpler yet more recognizable. The next change was to the second level interface. This includes changes to the settings app, quick settings, and more. The last change is in the form of all new wallpapers. ColorOS v2.1 will feature 12 hand picked wallpapers. The release should come to oppo handsets within the next few weeks.

via oppoforums
by DroidModderX at May 5, 2015
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The release of the Galaxy S4 brought features overdrive! The Galaxy S4 was on feature overload and many consumers saw the majority of these features for what they were, gimmicks. There were pages of gesture control features, but only a few that were really worth using on a daily basis. Since then Samsung has weeded out the not so useful Gesture controls and we have a much simpler list of gesture controls in TouchWiz on the Galaxy S6.

To access the gesture options you will head into your settings and then scroll down to and choose the Motion and Gestures option. There you will find four gesture options that can actually add value to your daily phone experience. Direct Call when turned on will automatically call the person on the current contact card when you lift the phone to your head. Smart Alert will cause the phone to vibrate when you pick the phone up alerting you that you have received notifications while you were away from your device. Mute turns off your phones sounds and vibrations when you either cover the screen of your device with your whole hand, or turn the phone screen down on a surface. Lastly Palm Swipe To capture allows you to quickly grab a screenshot of your homescreen by swiping...
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