In this tutorial, learn how to save yourself the money you'd pay someone to unlock your Google G1 phone from T-Mobile and do it yourself in just a few quick minutes. This is actually a very easy process and this clip will walk you through the process step by step so you can fr ...more
Jailbreaking isn't just for Apple devices anymore! You can jailbreak your G1 phone as well, which will give you access to third party apps outside the regular market store. After you've connected your phone to your computer, download the software, and you'll have a freshly jai ...more
Rooting (also called jailbreaking) a phone grants you superuser access, which allows you to download third party applications and otherwise alter your phone. This tutorial shows you how to give yourself root access on a T-Mobile G1 cell phone. Be careful, because rooting will ...more
T-Mobile says that you are unable to use the new G1 Google Android phone without purchasing the expensive data plan. Basically, this tutorial will show you exactly how to get around that rule and unlock your phone, regardless of your plan. You won't have Internet on your phone ...more
Google G1 users, want to switch your phone network? In this video, learn how to unlock the Google G1 HTC Dream Phone. All you need to complete this tutorial is your phone and a SIM network unlock pin code.
This video is made specifically for G1 T-Mobile users. The author explains to us that there are no instructions in the manual on how to do a hard reset so this video will explain how. The first step to reset the phone is to power down the phone by pressing the end key and then ...more
In this video we learn how to disassemble a T-Mobile G1 HTC phone for repair. First you want to make sure to wear an ESD wrist strap and make sure it's secure around your wrist. Then remove the battery from the device. Next unfasten the screws from the back of the housing on t ...more
Not only can your T-Mobile G1 phone get Internet access by itself, you can also use it as a router or modem for your home wifi network. All you need is to download a single app from the market, install it, and you're ready to set up your home wifi network!
Want to set up WiFi tethering on your rooted T-Mobile G1 cell phone? How about save space by moving apps and onto your phone's SD card? Multi-touch? It's easy! All you have to do is install a custom ROM! Learn how to load a costom ROM onto your T-Mobile G1 Google Android smart ...more
In this clip, we learn how to install a SIM card into a G1 Google Android cell phone. It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this mobile phone owner's guide can present a complete overview of the process in about two minutes. For all of the details, and step-by-step instructions, t ...more
Learn how to load a cracked Hero ROM onto a rooted T-Mobile G1 Google Android smartphone! Custom ROMs help you to unlock your phone's hidden potential and allow you to, among other things, turn your mobile phone into a 3G wireless modem with free WiFi tethering. For all of the ...more
Root your G1 the easy way! Unlock your mobile phone's hidden potential by running custom ROMs, overclocking it, and even turning it into a wireless hotspot with WiFI tethering. For all of the details, and to get started rooting your own G1 cell phone, take a look. Learn how t ...more
Want to turn your G1 into a 3G wireless modem? This clip will teach you everything you need to know. It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this mobile phone hacker's guide can present a complete overview of the process in about three minutes. For more information, including detail ...more
Unlock your mobile phone's hidden potential by running a Hero ROM on it! Loading custom ROMs lets you do fun things with your Hero like overclocking it, and even turning it into a wireless hotspot with WiFI tethering. For all of the details, and to learn how to put a custom RO ...more
Want to activate your G1 but don't have a data plan? It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this mobile phone hacker's guide can present a complete overview of the process in about six minutes. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look!
In this tutorial, we learn how to root your G1 or MyTouch 3G with one click. First, go to theunlockr and download the MyTough 3G Root video. Now, go on your phone and click on the settings. Go to applications, then check "unknown sources", then go back and click on "sd card" a ...more
Root your MyTouch 3G the easy way! Unlock your mobile phone's hidden potential by running custom ROMs, overclocking it, and even turning it into a wireless hotspot with WiFI tethering. For all of the details, and to get started rooting your own MyTouch 3G cell phone, take a lo ...more
Rooting a cell phone can give you so many different perks and advantages that you wouldn't normally have. But at the same time it can also cause damage to the phone itself that it may even cease to function properly causing any money that you spent, to go down the drain. This ...more
Root your T-Mobile MyTouch 3G or G1 Android smartphone using the flashrec.apk method, which will permit you to replace your recovery image in a single click. For detailed, step-by-step instructions, and to get started rooting your own T-Mobile Android MyTouch 3G or G1 phone, w ...more
These days, it seems new phones get announced every other week. We've grown accustomed to glossing over the specs, looking at some press renders, then moving on to check out the next phone. If you had done this in September 2008, you might have overlooked what would become one ...more
The latest and greatest in Qualcomm's long line of mobile processors, the Snapdragon 845, is now set to touch down along with the Galaxy S9 and S9+. And as gorgeous as Samsung's newest flagships are, the processor that powers them under the hood is just as highly anticipated. ...more
Now that ARCore is out of its developer preview, it's time to get cracking on building augmented reality apps for the supported selection of Android phones available. Since Google's ARCore 1.0 is fairly new, there's not a lot of information out there for developers yet — but w ...more