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MoDaCo Custom ROM for the LG G Watch

Jan 18 2015 09:00 AM | PaulOBrien in Android | 0 comments

Learn how to install MoDaCo Custom ROM for the LG G Watch.



Meeting with hudl: On battery charging, Lollipop and more....

Jan 16 2015 04:00 PM | PaulOBrien in Android | 25 comments

I mentioned it on the forum a little while ago now, but today I had the pleasure of meeting up with the hudl team at their smart London offices to talk about hudl, hudl 2 and their plans for the future.



The return of the MoDaCo podcast

Jan 07 2015 03:00 PM | James Norton in Android | 2 comments

Paul O'Brien and James Norton are returning



MCR modpack for the Nexus 5, 6 and 9 (r7)

Jan 07 2015 12:00 PM | PaulOBrien in Android | 8 comments

MCR modpack for the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 is the first step on the road to Lollipop MoDaCo Custom ROMs.



The MoDaCo last-minute gift guide

Dec 17 2014 08:00 AM | PaulOBrien in Android | 0 comments

Are your friends and family struggling to find you gifts? Are you struggling to find presents for techie friends? We're here to help!



Decrypt and (optionally) add double-tap to wake on your Nexus 6

Dec 16 2014 02:00 PM | PaulOBrien in Android | 0 comments

Use our custom boot images to decrypt and (optionally) add double-tap to wake on your Nexus 6, boosting performance and convenience.



Sonim XP7 Extreme hits crowdfunding target + Ask MoDaCo

Dec 16 2014 10:00 AM | PaulOBrien in Android | 2 comments

The Sonim XP7 Extreme, a seriously rugged LTE Android Smartphone, has hit its $150,000 crowdfunding target on IndieGoGo. We have one in to put through it's paces - and we're taking your questions too.



LG G Watch R Review

Nov 10 2014 04:00 PM | PaulOBrien in Android | 10 comments

LG has another go at Android Wear, ditching square for round this time.



Nexus 9 Review

Nov 03 2014 06:00 PM | PaulOBrien in Android | 25 comments

Have Google and HTC finally delivered a large Nexus tablet to get excited about?



Motorola Moto G 2nd Gen Review

Nov 01 2014 10:00 AM | Mark Dearlove in Android Reviews | 17 comments

The original Moto G is still one of the best low cost devices you can buy but the new model is now here. How does the 2014 device stack up? I took it off to Hong Kong to test out its capabilities.