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  • The Pokémon Go app is reading files on your phone, but there’s a reason

    It’s probably not what you think, but it’s not great news for people who prefer to root their phones.

    As anyone who roots their Android phone will tell you, it’s not always easy to play the games you love these days. Lots of game developers deploy anti-root detection methods to keep you from playing their game if you root your phone. An all too common explanation for why this anti-root philosophy exists is to combat cheating, and one place in particular this explanation irritates users is Pokémon Go.

    Niantic won’t even let the app fully start if it looks like you are rooting your phone, and the method being used to look for whether your phone has root access rubs a lot of people the wrong way.

    Stay out of my file system

    In order to tell whether your phone has root access, Pokémon Go on Android asks for permission to look at your file system. This is a fairly common permission for an app to ask for, since most apps need to write something to your phone, it’s not a …

  • Weekend poll: Is your phone rooted?

    Android has evolved quite a lot into the operating system we know and love today, but years ago, many enthusiasts (including me) actively plugged its earlier feature gaps via a process called “rooting.” In brief, rooting allows us to make modifications at the system level—though it does so at the cost of potentially reduced security, among other risks.

    About every two years we like to check in and see how many Android enthusiasts out there continue to root their devices, and here we are again.

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    Weekend poll: Is your phone rooted? was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • 5 apps you don’t want to miss this week

    We’re back again with 5 fresh apps for you to try. This week’s lineup includes Polarsteps for tracking your adventures, Anchor for creating your own podcast, Alarmy for getting you out of bed on time, Ava Lockscreen for bringing back lockscreen widgets…

  • Just $100 will get you an Echo Plus and a free white Philips Hue Smart bulb

    Alexa, find me a deal.

    Amazon has the Echo Plus with Built-in Hub on sale for $99.99, which saves you $50 off the normal price. As an added bonus, you’ll also receive a free Philips Hue White A19 LED Smart Bulb with your order. The smart bulbs normally sell for at least $30 a pop, so this deal is a fantastic one if you’re looking to add some intelligence to your home. We’ve seen this bundle fall no lower than $119.99 until today.

    Echo Plus has all of the features of Echo that you know and love, but it also has a hub built right in. That allows for simple and direct setup of compatible smart devices. No more buying things separately to control your smart home gadgets. Simply ask Alexa to discover your devices and you’ll be using your new Hue bulb in no time.

    Users rated this 4.4 out of 5 stars.

    This sale is part of a huge price cut on Amazon devices. Whether you’re looking to expand your Echo family or you’d like to check out the Fire TV, or basically anything in between, be sure …

  • [Deal Alert] Anker’s Mars portable projectors are 26-30% off ($280-$400) for today only on Amazon

    Anker launched its first Android-powered portable projector about a year ago, the Nebula Mars. Since then, it also released the smaller Nebula Capsule, a sequel to the original Mars, and a Mars without Android. The two latter models, as well as the original, are heavily discounted for today only.

    Firstly, Anker is selling the original Nebula Mars for $399.99, a $200 savings over the original price. This is still the brightest projector the company sells, with a rating of 500 ANSI Lumens (the Mars II is only 300 ANSI Lumens).

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    [Deal Alert] Anker’s Mars portable projectors are 26-30% off ($280-$400) for today only on Amazon was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • What is HDR and when should I use it on my smartphone?

    HDR, or high dynamic range, can turn a good photo into a great photo. But what is HDR and how do you use it? Also, how do you go a step further with HDR+? Find out here!(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)

  • Today only, Anker Nebula Mars Portable Cinemas are up to 30% off

    Movies under the stars.

    Amazon is offering up to 30% off Anker Nebula Mars Portable Cinemas today. Prices start at $279.99 and there are a few different models to choose from.

    These devices are a projector and speakers all rolled into one, so all you need is a wall and some movies and you can have your very own theater. Don’t forget the popcorn.

    The Nebula Mars Lite Portable Cinema, on sale for $279.99, is the most basic model. It has dual 10W speakers for immersive sound, a 300 ANSI lumens brightness for 1280x720p resolution, and a battery life of three hours. It autofocuses in a single second and can connect via USB, HDMI, or Aux to play media. The downside of this model is that there is no built-in operating system.

    As a step up, this Nebula Mars II Portable Cinema basically has all of the features of the previous model, plus some additional bells and whistles. It includes everything from above and DLP IntelliBright technology. This model also comes running Android 7.1, which …

  • Android 9 Pie revisited: Our 7 most favorite and 3 least liked features

    Almost two weeks have passed since Google served us a slice of its official Android 9 Pie. Some of us had followed for months as the different developer previews landed and weren’t too fazed by the final release, but for those users who preferred to w…

  • [Update: Reverting] Android Messages v3.5 adds new Material UI with dark mode [APK Download]

    Both Google Phone and Google Contacts had Material redesigns earlier this month. As such, people began speculating that Android Messages would also soon be revamped, and now it’s happened. On top of the redesign, version 3.5 of Android Messages also brings a long-awaited dark mode.

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    [Update: Reverting] Android Messages v3.5 adds new Material UI with dark mode [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Learn the ins and outs of Excel for $49

    Microsoft Excel is one of the most widely used programs in business. It helps companies take care of their books, pay employees, build plans, and much, much more. You can probably get the very basics of Excel, but if you’re looking into a job where proficiency is a big asset and/or required, chances are you’ll need a little more help.

    There are many courses that teach you how to use Excel — you can likely take many at local schools and colleges — but these courses can be quite costly, and then there’s the fact that you have to leave home and learn on someone else’s time.

    Excel with Business is perfect if you want to learn all there is to know about Excel, on your own time. By enrolling in the school, you’ll receive a lifetime subscription to four complete courses, so you can learn at your leisure and refer back to the material when you need a little help. These courses are usually $1,980 altogether, but through Android Central Digital Offers, you’ll pay just $49. That’s…

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