Monthly Archives: October 2015

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Chromium browser for android

chromium browser icon

The popular open source browser Chromium has made its way to the android. Its apk was added to play-store today. Just after few hours of uploading its apk it was removed from play-store for some unknown reason. Its is said to be designed especially for…


MTP connection in android M


Starting from android M google has changed the way MTP(Media Transfer Protocol) connection works. Before M when device get connected to PC with help of USB cable phone using MTP mode. But starting M, plug in device to PC wouldn’t help because by…


Android M hidden features.

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Android M is released now. Some of us have already got FOTA upgrade and some impatient ones would have flashed factory binary. In case you are facing problems flashing factory image or don’t know how to flash factory image. Please refer to this…


Enabling Finger Print Sensor Windows 10

fingerprint sensor

Enabling Finger Print Sensor Windows 10 Fresh installation of windows 10 will not let you get fingerprint sensor driver enable already. In order to make it work what all suggested from neuroNBoosters is to follow below steps and enjoy. On Windows 10 there…


Android apps from Google creative Labs

Meter screenshot

Google creative lab is famous for its incredibly intuitive and creative applications. Previously it had release apps like Lip Swap (just for fun) . It has some useful and fun apps in its store. We will guide you through few of them. Meter Meter is…


Install Android Marshmallow(M/6.0) on Nexus 5

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neuroNBoosters will help in installing Android Marshmallow(M/6.0) on Nexus 5 even before OTA. Prerequisite Take backup of current device before installing android marshmallow. Download below items – Factory Image for Nexus 5 Google USB Driver Nexus Root Toolkit Installation Install Nexus Root Toolkit.…


Transfer data between Linux and Android

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Hi Folks, There are a lot options available to sync data between Mac/Windows and Android, amongst them most either don’t support Linux or are slow. While checking lots of such software neuroNBoosters came across KDE connect, which is very simple yet very powerful.…