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Shuttle Music Player is now Open Source

Music is a major part of everyone’s life, and our smartphones allow us to truly enjoy our music anywhere. Over the years, Android has received a fair share of  excellent music player apps, and Shuttle Music Player has managed to stand out. Shuttle is a music player following Google’s Material …

BlackBerry Launches the Keyboard-Equipped KEYone at MWC 2017

Mobile World Congress 2017 is just upon us, and one of the announcements before the event kicks off comes to us from BlackBerry. At their keynote right before MWC 2017, BlackBerry has revealed the rest of the specifications of the BlackBerry ‘Mercury’, which is now officially known as BlackBerry KEYone. …

Android Nougat 7.0 is Rolling out to the Verizon Droid Turbo 2

About 10 days ago, we were first tipped that a user received an Android Nougat build on their Verizon Droid Turbo 2. We weren’t sure if this information was accurate, but now multiple users began to corroborate this claim and furthermore Verizon has now confirmed that a build labeled 25.11.10.kinzie_verizon.verizon.en.US with December …

How to Extract APKs or other Files from Factory Images

Have you ever found yourself needing to extract a particular application or file from a Nexus/Pixel factory image? If so, you may be interested in XDA Senior Member ZawZaw‘s guide on how to extract files from factory image archives. The guide can be followed by anyone on Windows or a …