Motorola Droid A855 Gets ICS Custom ROM [Download & Install]

The first Droid from Motorola, gets its first taste of Ice Cream Sandwich! This comes in from XDA-Developers forum member kfazz in the form of a custom ROM based on Android 4.0.3 and is a Pre Alpha release for now, meaning, the ROM is not fully functional or suited as a daily driver. The ROM is strictly meant for advanced users who can help test the ROM, or for those who are simply adventurous. So if you wish to try out the first early ICS build for the first Droid, do not let us stop you. Read More

ClockworkMod 4 Recovery For Motorola Droid 1 / Milestone Now Available

We have confirmation that ClockworkMod 4 recovery is now available for the Motorola Droid / Milestone! This comes in from RootzWiki forum member birdman who apparently was bored and decided to give this a go. Of course, not to forget Koush who pioneered the ClockworkMod recovery. While Droid / Milestone owners have been making it around the Android world with the bootstrap recovery, the owners can’t really complain about that, as it is still a fully functional recovery without any serious bugs to it. However, with the Droid / Milestone coming of age, it is refreshing to see something new for the device, and a genuine ClockworkMod recovery is always useful.

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Install BIOS Boot Animation On Android Devices

We all remember the good old PC days when you used to power it on and watch the BIOS check RAM and notify you of other hardware status and then bring the Windows logo to you. While most motherboard manufacturers customized the boot up to something more graphically entertaining and moved most of the data stream behind the scenes, there are still a lot of us nostalgic for that boot up. For this reason, we are bringing you a BIOS based boot animation that would remind you of the good old days and works on a range of Android devices. You can try out the new boot animation by following the below mentioned simple procedure to replace your existing boot animation. Read More

How To Root Motorola Droid

Getting root access on your Android phone gives you access to a lot of features not otherwise available to the user. It also grants superuser rights to the user, which are not given by default as any changes made through the superuser account can possibly harm the operating system if not done carefully. However, if you want to use your Droid to the fullest and you know what you are doing, please go ahead and root it with the below mentioned guide. In order to root your device you will need to replace the stock recovery one that allows the rooting of the device. Read More

Install Kalagas CyanogenMod 6 Theme on Motorola Droid / Milestone

Do you get bored of stuff easily? Are you amongst those who require a constant variation in everything they do and look at? Do you, like me, carry a handful of wallpapers in your Android device so you change them as soon as you get bored of looking at the one you set a day ago ? If you fit this description and have a Motorola Droid or Motorola Milestone running CyanogenMod 6, we have a stunning theme for you! Read More

Install MotoFrenzy Android 2.2 FroYo ROM On Motorola Milestone

Motorola Milestone also known as DROID is the WCDMA/GSM version of Motorola Droid, and it is amongst the few Android devices for which we have not featured custom ROMs in the past. All that is about to change as we bring you an Android 2.2 FroYo based custom ROM for the device so if you are still running an earlier version of Android on your Milestone, read on to learn how to get FroYo up and running on it. Read More

How To: Install Android 2.2 Froyo On Motorola Droid

Recently, Google started rolling out Android 2.2 Froyo to the Verizon Motorola Droid. Many Droid owners have already upgraded to Froyo through the official OTA update by now, but there still may be some who have yet to receive it on theirs. In case you haven't been able to update due to lack of OTA notifications or due to using your unlocked Verizon Droid on another CDMA carrier, you can manually install Android 2.2 Froyo on your Droid. As always, we're here to help you do just that, so read on for our complete guide including the download link and the installation instructions. Read More

Top 5 Features of Motorola Droid 2

Droid 2 seems to be the next big thing by Motorola after successful launch of Droid X. Everyday there are new leaks and speculations but this time the leak is a bit huge and is more reliable. The official Droid 2 “Top Features” brochure seems to have surfaced out of thin air and it is now confirmed that Droid 2 will come preloaded with Android 2.2 Froyo. Droid 2 will also come with built-in support for Flash 10.1 which means that you won’t have to “flash” the flash again from recovery.

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How To: Root Motorola Droid X

Finally there is some great news for Motorola Droid X users longing for the Root to happen. As of now, it is confirmed that Droid X is officially rooted with instructions also surfacing simultaneously. The credit for this root goes to super moderator at Droid X Forums, B16. Read More

How To: Fix Motorola Droid X Wi-Fi Connectivity Issue

Motorola Droid X was released couple of days back and it has received a very well-deserved deserved high-end smart phone welcome by the Android user and enthusiast community. But now as the story evolves, there is evidence issues that Wi-Fi connectivity on Droid X actually is very poor (for some users at least). Luckily, the issue can be fixed with a few tricks. While this is no permanent solution, it should do for now till Motorola decides to fix this issue in an update. Read More

How To: Boot Motorola Droid X In Recovery Mode

Got your hands on the new Motorola Droid X and can't wait to start tinkering with it? One of the most commonly used ways to customize your phone is to install ROMs and mods to it via recovery. While the Droid X doesn't yet have a custom recovery available, we're hoping it will change soon. In the meantime, you can easily access the stock recovery and perform the operations available there. In what follows, we will show you how to boot your Motorola Driod X into recovery. Read More