Developers over at XDA forums had already managed to find a loophole in LG’s security system on the G3, which allowed them to easily gain root access on it. Sadly, the method did not work on the CDMA variants of the device, which was a bummer for many.
Android devices come in various shapes and sizes with displays of varying resolution, unlike the iPhone and iPad. However, to save developers the headache of supporting so many different resolutions, Android has its own software density, which is somewhat independent from the resolution of the panel.
The Xiaomi Mi 3 might be an year old but it is a fine handset by all means, especially for the price it retails at in most of the Asian markets. While the development community around the device is not really flourishing because of the lack of source from Xiaomi, it is an incredibly easy device to root.
Mods to increase the loudness of the speaker and the headphones are extremely common for Android devices nowadays. Previously, we have seen such a mod surface for the HTC One M8, the Galaxy S5 and the Xperia Z2. Joining this list today is LG’s latest flagship — the G3 — which already comes with a pretty loud 1-watt rear facing speaker.
Android users only have two options if they want to stream any kind of content from their device to a TV or monitor — MHL/Slim Port (Wired) and Chromecast (Wireless). The problem, however, is that Android does not take into consideration the resolution of your TV and will mirror the content only at the native resolution of your Android device, which can lead to a sub-par experience because of the difference in density.