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  1. Adguard [PC - Android - Browser Extension] Website - History-Blog-Forum Links: Adguard for PC 60 MTE l MalwareTips Edition [60 Days Trial] Online Installer l --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Adguard for PC Stable: l Changelog 6.1.314.1628 l Standalone 6.1.314.1628.exe l OR l Standalone 6.1.314.1628.exe l --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Adguard for Android: l Changelog 2.8.76 l Standalone 2.8.76.apk l Standalone 2.8.76 Via github channel l --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Adguard Browser Extensions: l Changelog l Download Links for All Browser l --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Adguard for Mac version: l Changelog 1.4.0 (375) l Standalone 1.4.0 (375).dmg l --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Medicines & Workaround. l Adguard Promotional 1 Year Standard License Online Installer l l Adguard 6.1.312.1629 Premium License Patch by MrSzzS l l Adguard for Windows 180 days Trial Reset 1.0.0.8 By Alker l l Adguard [Special Version] Free Trial For 180 Days l l Obtaining One Year Standard Bonus License l l Adguard for Android Premium [Latest Stable Version] l l Adguard - Windows / Android / Mac [ Request Key ] By zavana l --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Important Topic Replies: Adguard How To Backup/Restore Activation How to Backup/Restore Previous Setting Removal Instructions for Adguard --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Knowledge-base: How to use Adguard simultaneously with NoScript
  2. (Android) Nova Launcher 5.0.2 + TeslaUnread v5.0.7 Final [Prime] Nova Launcher 5.0.2 + TeslaUnread v5.0.7 Final [Prime] Requirements: 4.1+ | 4.4+ Overview: The highly customizable, performance driven, home screen.Accept no substitutes! Nova Launcher is the top launcher for modern Android, embracing full Material Design throughout. For my money, Nova Launcher is the best of the AOSP-style launchers available in Android. —Android Police Nova Launcher has some very capable hands behind it —Phandroid Our favorite is Nova Launcher, which strikes a great perfect balance between incredible performance and high customizability without getting too gimmicky and difficult to use —Lifehacker Chock full of features you won’t find in the stock launcher, and comes highly recommended —Android Central • Icon Themes – Find thousands of icon themes for Nova Launcher on the Play Store • Subgrid positioning – Much greater control than standard launchers, Nova Launcher allows you to snap icons or widgets half way through the desktop grid cells • Color controls – for labels, folders, unread badges, drawer tabs and backgrounds • Customize App Drawer – Custom tabs, Vertical or Horizontal scrolling, Custom effects • Improved Widget Drawer – Widgets grouped by app makes it much faster to use • Infinite scroll – Never far from your favorite page, loop through the desktop or drawer continuously • Backup/Restore – Sophisticated backup/restore system allowing you to backup your desktop layout and launcher settings • Scrollable Dock – Create multiple docks and scroll between them • Widgets in dock – Place any widget in your dock, such as a 4×1 music player widget • Import Layout – No need to rebuild your desktop from scratch, Nova Launcher can import from most popular launchers. Including the one that came with your phone. • Fast – Nova Launcher is highly optimized to do it’s work quickly and quietly, keeping the animations smooth and letting you use your phone as fast as you can move your fingers. Nova Launcher Prime Unlock the following extras by purchasing Nova Launcher Prime • Gestures – Swipe, pinch, double tap and more on the home screen to open your favorite apps • Unread Counts – Never miss a message. Unread count badges for Hangouts, SMS, Gmail and more using the TeslaUnread plugin • Custom Drawer Groups – Create new tabs or folders in the app drawer • Hide Apps – Keep a clean app drawer by hiding never used apps • Icon Swipes – Set custom actions for swiping on app shortcuts or folders • More scroll effects – Such as Wipe, Accordion, and Throw WHAT’S NEW 5.0.2 Feb 23 2017 Fancy shortcut menu animation Shortcuts accessible from app drawer icons Improvements for handling of shortcuts Improved app search in Korean Fixes and optimizations INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Uninstall previous version of Nova Launcher and Tesla Unread plugin 2. Install Nova Launcher and the Tesla Unread plugin from package (not from Google Play). 3. Enjoy! This is patched version, fully unlocked prime functions. No prime key is required. If your ROM came with Nova Launcher you’ll have to remove it before installing this. This app has no advertisements PRIME features Unlocked | Analytics disabled Homepages / More Info: Nova Launcher: https://tinyurl.com/6nc528q TeslaUnread: https://tinyurl.com/kl4tlon Download Links: =================================================== Nova Launcher 5.0.2 + TeslaUnread v5.0.7 Final
  3. Announcing VLC 2.1 Beta Release! Not so much activity on Play Store since v2.0.6 release. I’ve been quite busy but VLC keeps going on with very interesting evolutions! This post will only deal with features, not their implementation. I will later publish other posts, more interesting for developers, about it. Incoming features UX evolutions Presentation New Audio Player Style Dynamic UI Scrolling Updating content TV design 360° Videos support Search Android Auto Action mode Miscellaneous new features Under the hood MediaLibrary Playback performance & formats support Future 2.1.x version name will be used for beta only, we’ll decide later which version the stable release will be. To get it you need to join the beta program, and you’ll receive it like a normal update. For now, let me introduce you to the new VLC for Android. UX evolutions Presentation Video cards have been refactored, we now show you video informations over its cover picture. This is a nicer presentation and gives room for displaying more videos at once. Others lists view have been reworked too, like audio media, browsers and history. We got rid of cardview pattern, and got back to a more flat and clean design. Audio lists have been a bit lifted too but this change is lighter. Info page has also been redesigned with a fancy collapse effect for thumbnail or cover. New Audio Player Style Audio player background is now a blurred version of current art cover if available. Dynamic UI Scrolling The action bar will now hide when your scroll your media lists, to save the more useful space possible while you’re looking for your media. Album view has been revamped to become more #Material and now serves for playlists too Updating content Thanks to the DiffUtil tool from Appcompat library, grids/lists updates are now animated and more efficient. One disturbing side effect is when you refresh and there’s no change in your media library. You won’t see any update, not even any flickering. But the cool thing is whith actual content update, like during media scan or filtering the current view with the new search UX, insertions/deletions and position changes are animated: TV design TV interface had its own lifting too, nothing really impressive here. Colors are less depressive and we make long media titles scroll, I heard your (justified) frustration The interesting new feature on TV is the Picture-In-Picture (aka PIP) mode, available for all Android TVs powered by Android 7+. It’s really like our popup mode in classic phone/tablet interface (so we used the very same icon in video advanced options for PIP). You can still watch your video while using another application. 360° Videos support VLC now supports 360° videos, you can change viewpoint by swiping or with remote control arrows. Cardboard/VR mode is not available yet but we are working on it. Search Search has been splitted in two modes: First step, the text you type in triggers a filtering in the current view. Exaclty like in current playlist view. Then, if you want to do a global search, click on the SEARCH IN ALL MEDIALIBRARY button to show the new search activity. Which will bring detailed results grouped by video/artist/album/songs/genres/playlist Bonus: VLC will now be compatible with voice search. Asking Google Now “Search game in VLC” will trigger a game search and show you this new search result screen. Android Auto This release will bring Android Auto compatibility. You’ll be able to use VLC as your travel music player with easy browsing into you audio library, with the minimum possible distraction from driving. Action mode You can now select multiple items by long press on them (classic context menu is still available with the three dots icon) and enjoy actions like play it all or add selection to playlist Actions available depend on media type and selection count. This is very handy for starting or creating a playlist. Miscellaneous new features DayNight mode integration Restored double/long click on remote play to skip songs Removed sound lowering on notification Force previous song on audioplayer swipe Fix audioplayer layout for black theme and RTL Save subtitles delay and optionally audio delay for each file. Support for LG devices with 18:9 aspect ratio Under the hood MediaLibrary That’s the most important change in this update, because it affects the whole application, but you should barely notice it… VLC now uses medialibrary like VLC for Tizen, others VLC ports will follow. It’s a C++ library, written by Hugo Beauzée-Luyssen, which parses storages for video/audio files and manages a sqlite database to model your media library (with album, artist, genre classification, etc..). It replaces the old system we had on Android which just saved media files with their metadata, we had no proper structure for media library. So these categories listing are now faster, we don’t have to generate categories at runtime. And this is all native code, which is faster than Java. Beside this speed improvement, one of the main benefits of this medialibrary is to provide better search results For now we are focusing on the first scan performance to make it at least as fast as the previous system. So, this library is aimed to be a common module of all VLC ports, wich means all debugging, performance and any improvement will benefit other platforms. Next steps for this library will be media scrapping, and network scan: Medialibrary will get informations and illustrations for your media, so we’ll be able to present you a nice collection, and not files list anymore. We will also group media by shows/seasons et genre/release year/whatever You will be able to scan your NAS content to access your media easily. Playback performance & formats support VLC core team worked hard too to bring performance improvements and some new features. Here are some highlights: 360° videos support Adaptive (HLS/Dash) & TS playback improved OpenGLES 2.0 is now used to render video (for software decoders & mediacodec) Support for VP8/9/10 in MP4 e-AC3 HDMI passthrough Future We also plan to implement a feature to download media on your device, in order to sync your series episodes or songs from your NAS to your device. We’d like to support videos playlists like we do with videos grouped by their common name prefix. As previously stated, medialibrary will allow to make VLC a real media center with fancy movies/tv shows presentation, and better artists/albums illustrations. At last, I started an extension API in order for everyone to develop android applications which will provide content to VLC. For example, we will release (with sources of course) extensions bringing support of podcasts subscriptions and Google Drive access. Source Videolan News - VLC for Android 2.1 beta Direct Download without Beta Program - APKMirror
  4. A group of highly talented and well resourced hackers are spying on the Israeli Defense Force by hacking into the personal smartphones of individual soldiers, according to newly released research by Lookoutand Kaspersky. More than a 100 Israeli servicemen are believed to have been effectively targeted with the spyware. Dubbed ViperRAT, the clandestine hacking collective was found actively hijacking soldiers’ Android-based smartphones to remotely siphon images and audio directly from the devices. By compromising dozens of mobile devices, researchers say that the hackers were able to successfully establish an expansive espionage campaign. Highly sophisticated malware allowed the attackers to control each phone’s microphone and camera. In effect, the hackers were able to eavesdrop on soldiers’ conversations and also peer into live camera footage — wherever an affected smartphone’s camera would be pointed, that vantage point could have also been viewable to the hackers. In addition, the malware forces the smartphone to transfer geolocation, call log, and cellphone tower information, network and device metadata, personal photos, SMS messages, internet browsing and application download history, to a mysterious server. A vast majority — roughly 97 percent — of the total 8,929 files that were exfiltrated by the hackers via IDF phones were identified by Lookout researchers as being encrypted images, which were taken using the phone’s own camera. The IDF worked closely together with private industry, including Kaspersky Labs, to investigate this incident, which first gained notoriety several months ago when a cohort of fake users on a popular dating application began sending malicious links to Israeli servicemen. At the time, it was theorized that Hamas was behind these attacks. It is now clear that this elaborate social engineering scheme was part of a much larger espionage effort driven by a far more advanced actor. “Hamas is not widely known for having a sophisticated mobile capability, which makes it unlikely they are directly responsible for ViperRAT,” a Lookout blog post reads. “ViperRAT has been operational for quite some time, with what appears to be a test application that surfaced in late 2015. Many of the default strings in this application are in Arabic, including the name. It is unclear whether this means early samples were targeting Arabic speakers or if the developers behind it are fluent in Arabic. This leads us to believe this is another actor.” Lookout’s research team found that ViperRat used several different mechanisms to infect devices. With the dating application honeypot, soldiers were encouraged by what appeared to be a young woman to download a trojanized version of two different, typically legitimate chat applications, SR Chat and YeeCall Pro. Other Android smartphone applications common to Israeli citizens and available in the Google Play store — including a billiards game, an Israeli Love Songs player, and a Move To iOS app — where found to contain hidden ViperRat malware. Source
  5. Mozilla Firefox 52.0 Beta 8 Download Page-Beta: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/beta/all/ Windows en-US: x86: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/releases/52.0b8/win32/en-US/Firefox Setup 52.0b8.exe x64: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/releases/52.0b8/win64/en-US/Firefox Setup 52.0b8.exe Windows All languages: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/releases/52.0b8/win32/ https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/releases/52.0b8/win64/ Checksum: SHA512SUMS SHA512SUMS.asc Release Notes[Beta]: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/beta/notes/ Firefox for Android 52.0 Beta 8: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/mobile/releases/52.0b8/ To download beta candidates(build 1): https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/candidates/52.0b8-candidates/build1/ Android beta candidates(build 1): https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/mobile/candidates/52.0b8-candidates/build1/
  6. With everyone from local scammers to government agencies trying to get hands on your data, there’s never been a better time to beef up your privacy game. Fortunately, there are a ton of options out there to keep your messages, files, and phone safe on Android. Before we begin, we should point this out: using a smartphone is always going to be a risk. Especially one running services from Google. You can use these tips and apps to protect some of your communication, but you’re never going to be totally off the grid as long as you’re using an Android phone. That doesn’t mean you have to make it easy on an attacker, though. Change These System Settings to Protect Your Privacy When you first get your phone, it’s a good time to start protecting yourself. During the setup, make sure you disable any options asking to track your data. After that (or if you’ve already set up your phone), there are a number of precautions you can and should take. We recommend everything on the following list, but they all come with some convenience sacrifice, so decide for yourself which ones you need: Set a strong alphanumeric password. Android gives you the option to use a pattern or PIN to lock your phone, but to be safe, you should use a strong alphanumeric password. Open the Settings app and head to Security > Screen Lock. Set a password that includes numbers and letters. Don’t use your fingerprint to sign in. Fingerprint sensors are convenient, but the law around them is complicated. While it’s still being hashed out in the courts, currently police can compel you to use your fingerprint to unlock your phone. It’s better to just not use it at all. On Nexus and Pixel devices, head to Settings > Security > Pixel Imprint and delete any fingerprints you’ve saved. Encrypt your phone (if it isn’t already). Some manufacturers don’t encrypt your phone by default. If you have to enter a PIN before the phone boots up, it’s probably encrypted already. Just to be sure, head to Settings > Security. Under Encryption, you should see “Encrypt phone.” If it says “Encrypted” below that, you’re good. Otherwise, tap it and follow the instructions to encrypt your phone. This may take a while and it may slow down some older phones, but it’s worth it to protect your data. Hide notification information from the lock screen. Android will show notifications even when your phone is locked, but you can hide sensitive information if you don’t want prying eyes to see. Head to Settings > Notifications then tap the gear icon at the top. Finally, tap “On the lock screen.” You can either choose “Hide sensitive notification content” to conceal things like messages and email contents, or “Don’t show notifications at all” to ensure no one sees anything. Disable Google’s tracking activity. Google is the biggest glutton for data around, so disabling their tracking is almost a Sisyphean task, but you can at least turn off as much as you can. Head to this link, click the menu button at the top, and choose “Activity Controls.” Here, you can disable location tracking, search tracking, voice tracking, and even your YouTube history. Note, Google may still keep some anonymized info about you, but this can minimize how much they have. Turn off Google backup. Google backs up a ton of information about your device, including call history, apps, and even what Wi-Fi network you’re connected to. If you’d rather Google not have that info, head to Settings > Backup & reset > Backup. You can either disable backups entirely (and make your own) or selectively disable the data you don’t want to store. Turn off any unnecessary app permissions. As of Android 6.0 (Marshmallow), Google finally lets you pick which permissions to give to apps. For starters, that means you should probably get an Android phone running Marshmallow if you’re concerned for your privacy. Then, head to Settings > Apps and tap the gear icon at the top. Then tap “App permissions.” Here you’ll be able to see permissions for things like Calendar, Contacts, Location, and Microphone. Tap each one and disable any apps you don’t trust. Keep in mind, this may break some apps if you’re not sure why they need that permission. If you’re really not sure you can trust an app, you might be better off uninstalling it. Turn on two-factor authentication. Your account is only as safe as your password (which isn’t very safe) unless you enable two-factor authentication. You can turn it on for your Google account here, and then for any of your other accounts on this list. It’s also a good idea to use an app like Authy to manage your authentication tokens, since it lets you lock the app with a PIN. This protects your tokens in the event someone steals and unlocks your phone. Enable Android Device Manager. ADM can find your phone remotely, so it might be a bit of a toss up from a privacy standpoint. On the one hand, it means Google will have information about where you are. However, you can also use it to locate or wipe your phone remotely. If you want that nuclear option in case you lose your device, this might be a good tool to have. That should handle a lot of the data and vulnerabilities that come with having an Android phone (though you should still assume there’s some kind of data being tracked from your account). However, that’s only part of the equation. Next, you’ll need to take a look at the apps you use every day. The Productivity Apps That Protect Your Privacy Most productivity apps are designed to help you get stuff done as conveniently as possible. Protecting your privacy, however, is rarely the most convenient. Consequently, you might need to use apps that are designed to protect as much data as possible, even if they have to forego useful features like cloud syncing or complex computer analysis. Some, like a VPN, you might not need all the time, but you should almost always be using apps like a password manager. Also keep in mind that if you received your phone from your company through the Android at Work program, your data will still be visible to them even if you use these apps. If you want to keep your information as private as possible, use your own phone and keep it as locked down as possible. Web Browser: Brave While lots of browsers claim to protect your privacy, we’ve found that Brave stood out as one of the best. It uses HTTPS Everywhere to keep your traffic encrypted and it blocks scripts, cookies, phishing, pop-ups, and ads. If you find that a site doesn’t work with Brave, you can selectively re-enable each of those features to figure out what’s breaking the site and even whitelist it if you decide it’s worth it to you. On the desktop, Brave has a weird system that lets users choose to pay publishers instead of seeing ads. However, this doesn’t appear to exist in the mobile version, so you can safely ignore it. It’s not perfect, but it gives you a lot more flexibility to block third-party data tracking than Chrome does. Email: ProtonMail or Gmail For the most thorough email privacy, ProtonMail is the way to go. It encrypts all of your messages by default. You can send email to other ProtonMail users and they’ll be able to read it like normal. If you send it to anyone else, they’ll be given a link where they’ll need to enter a password in order to read your message. This is a very inconvenient way to send email, but if you need to guarantee that no one but the recipient reads your email, this is the way to go. If you’re slightly less paranoid, Gmail is still an excellent way to keep your email private from everyone except, well, Google. Every email is sent over SSL and Google encrypts each message from sender to receiver. Unfortunately, Google itself is still able to see and scan your emails, and it may even have to turn some data over to the government if they receive a legal request. However, Gmail will at least protect your messages from some random snooper or someone who finds your phone (as long as you have a strong password and two-factor authentication, like we mentioned earlier). In general, email is pretty hard to secure since it always relies on a third-party server to send messages. If you’ve got a good reason to wear your tinfoil hat, you can always try rolling your own email server, but keep in mind it’s really hard. Messaging: Signal or WhatsApp If you really need to communicate with someone securely, Signal and WhatsApp are going to be much better for your privacy than email. Both of these apps feature end-to-end encryption, they don’t store your messages after they’ve been delivered, and they can both do voice calls on top of text messages. Inconveniently, both parties will need to have the app installed to use it, but it’s fairly easy to set up an account. For those who want the absolute most privacy possible, however, Signal offers a slight edge. It doesn’t store metadata about who you’re talking to, but WhatsApp does. Neither app knows what you’re talking about, but WhatsApp knows who you’re talking with and when. If WhatsApp receives a legal warrant, it can hand over that data. WhatsApp can also backup your messages to Google Drive, though they’re encrypted so that shouldn’t be that big of a deal. Even if law enforcement requested it from Google, they wouldn’t be able to read it. Still, it’s important to know that the backup is there. Password Manager: LastPass or 1Password The best way to protect a strong password is to not know what it is. Password managers can generate long, complicated passwords for you and automatically enter them into the sites you visit. Our favorite password managers are LastPass and 1Password. LastPass is free and lets you sync your password vault across platforms, but the downside is that it uses its own servers to do it. While your data is encrypted while it’s on LastPass’s servers, it’s still possible for it to get hacked if someone targets the company, which happened once. Their encryption was strong enough to prevent the attackers from gaining access to users’ stored passwords which is encouraging, but if you need to be super careful, you might not want to risk it. 1Password, on the other hand, offers two kinds of syncing. You can pay $3/month to sync your account through 1Passwords servers, or you can just use your own Dropbox account. You can also skip syncing altogether and store all your passwords in a local vault and manually copy them from one device to another when you need to. This makes sure that no one can get access to your vault, even if they attack a third-party. VPN: Hideman, Tunnelbear, or NordVPN Using a VPN is the most basic way to secure all of your web traffic. Once you connect to a VPN, your traffic is encrypted so no one snooping can see what you’re looking at. This is particularly useful when you’re on public networks where you might not control your internet connection. On this front, we like Hideman, NordVPN, and TunnelBear. Each service requires a monthly fee, but you get a small allotment of data for free each month. You won’t want to watch hours of Netflix with it, but it can help cover your traffic when you’re at the airport or hotel. Notes: Notes Lock Google Keep was a surprise hit for note takers, but you can’t lock your notes down and they’re all stored on Google’s servers to boot. Notes Lock on the other hand keeps all your notes on your device and secures them behind a pass code, PIN, or pattern lock (though for the best security, you should probably use the pass code). You can use Notes Lock to write down notes or create to-do lists in a variety of colors and fonts. Even as a generic notes app it’s pretty robust, which makes the security features the icing on the cake. If you want to sync your notes, you can choose to save your notes vault to Dropbox to share it between devices. Like with 1Password, this gives you more control over how your data is stored, rather than passing it off to a company like Google. Of course, this means someone could find your notes vault in Dropbox, but it will still be encrypted so they shouldn’t be able to read it anyway. Cloud Storage: SpiderOak Dropbox is pretty good at protecting your data, but if you need to go one step further, SpiderOak is the best way to store data in the cloud and keep it secure. The company employs a “zero knowledge” policy, using local encryption so it can’t read what’s in your files before you even upload them. SpiderOak doesn’t offer any free storage, but it offers 100GB/month for $5 which is competitive with services like Dropbox and Google Drive. This should be a good start to protecting your typical Android usage from prying eyes. Nothing in here (or anywhere, really) is 100% bulletproof, but you’ll be one step ahead of the pack, which is often enough to get your everyday attacker off your back. Article source
  7. Despite the long lines you see stretching from stores when a new iPhone comes out, Android phones rule. According to IDC . Android’s market share hovers at over 80 percent while iOS has a market share in the teens. Android’s popularity — and vulnerability to attacks — arise from Google’s decision to make Android an open OS. Being an open OS lets many manufacturers make devices that can run Android. However this leads to OS fragmentation when several vendors each release several models over several years resulting in thousands of active versions of Android. This wouldn’t be a big deal except each version has software vulnerabilities that must be patched. At best, it can take weeks for users to receive a patch from Google, a smartphone manufacturer, or an OEM. Attackers have taken notice. To exploit these vulnerabilities, attackers now put malware right in the Google Play app store. They do this by obfuscating the malware components of their apps to slip them past Bouncer, the tool Google uses to scan apps before allowing them to be sold through the Google Play store. Another way to get malware past Bouncer security scans is to use a dropper. A dropper attack starts with the attacker uploading an app to Google Play that doesn’t contain malware. After the victim downloads and installs the dropper app, it contacts the attacker’s server and downloads malware to the user’s device. A case in point is “Charger” ransomware for Android devices that Check Point security researchers recently analyzed. Researchers discovered Charger embedded in an app called EnergyRescue, which is available through Google Play. The infected app steals contacts and SMS messages from the user’s device and asks for admin permissions. If granted, the ransomware locks the device and displays a message demanding payment. You can read more about Charger ransomware here. Malware for Android is also becoming more dangerous in other ways. Check Point’s mobile research team has observed attackers putting redundant components in malware. If security disables one component, the second component keeps attacking. Other persistent threats prevent users from removing their malware by hiding the app’s icon, delaying when the malware runs, camouflaging malware to look like a legitimate app and using social engineering to get elevated privileges that stop users from uninstalling the app. If your organization’s employees connect their Android phones and tablets to your network services like email and VPNs, an alarm should go off in your head. Make sure you have mobile security controls in place that will prevent users’ mobile phones from becoming an entryway for attacks on your organization. Learn more about today’s changing threat landscape by downloading the 2016 Check Pont Security Report. 2016 Check Pont Security Report PDF https://www.checkpoint.com/downloads/resources/2016-security-report.pdf Source: Bob Matlow, Security Advocate http://blog.checkpoint.com/2017/02/15/android-perils-popularity/
  8. anyone interested to know more about latest samsung? after what samsung yet to face from note7, do you think this time it will fix the problem? Site: http://www.leaksamsung.com Sharecode[?]: /2017/02/probably-best-leak-of-samsung-galaxy-s8.html
  9. Mozilla Firefox 52.0 Beta 4 To download beta candidates(build 1): https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/candidates/52.0b4-candidates/build1/ Android beta candidates(build 1): https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/mobile/candidates/52.0b4-candidates/build1/ Download Page-Beta: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/beta/all/ Windows en-US: x86: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/releases/52.0b4/win32/en-US/Firefox Setup 52.0b4.exe x64: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/releases/52.0b4/win64/en-US/Firefox Setup 52.0b4.exe Windows All languages: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/releases/52.0b4/win32/ https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/releases/52.0b4/win64/ Checksum: SHA512SUMS SHA512SUMS.asc Release Notes[Beta]: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/beta/notes/ Firefox for Android 52.0 Beta 4: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/mobile/releases/52.0b4/
  10. Hi Guys, I was wondering what Windows based File managers you guys are using for your andfroid devices i usued to use only Android Commander untill ddevelopment stopped now i use it alongside MobileGo. what are you guys using and does anyone know which is the closest to android commander, this was the best imho.
  11. Sticky Password Premium - 1 Year[365 Days] Promo by Comss.ru Overview: Sticky Password Premium is a password Manager that allows you to store your credentials locally or in the cloud, synchronizing them with computers Windows, Mac, Android devices, iPhone and iPad, ensuring that you can create secure passwords and automatically enter them, wherever you are. Sticky Password Premium for Windows can automatically log on to websites and apps, to import data from browsers and other password managers will automatically recognize and store the type of the created web account, create a password and has a dashboard showing all the weak passwords, so the user know where we need to strengthen security. Features: Award-winning password Manager Automatic login and form filling High data security: AES‑256 Support for all platforms Windows, Mac, Android and iOS Cloud sync and backup copy, the local sync via Wi-Fi Annual subscription license with priority support More Info: Product Homepage, Detailed Features, Security, Edition Comparision Supported OS: Windows, Mac OS X, Android 2.3+ and iOS 7.0+. Links: Offer: https://www.stickypassword.com/ru/comss-giveaway Optional Offer: 90% Off on Lifetime Premium License. To avail, visit the offer page and click on the link named "предложение ограничено" below the "Скачайте БЕСПЛАТНО" or "Download now for FREE" button. To change the language, choose from top of the page. Note: Limited Period Offer. Expires by 28 February 2017. Current Status: Open. Terms: The offer is valid for new users Sticky Password and is available until February 28, 2017. You'll receive an annual license for 1 user for home use only. The license can be used for all your devices, including desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets. You'll receive free updates and technical support during the term of the license. Steps: Visit the above promotional page(Russian) or English(Translated) Click the "Скачайте БЕСПЛАТНО" or "Download now for FREE". Optionally you can use the below link from "Downloads". During installation, login/create an account. Just install the software to activate a yearly subscription. Activation will occur automatically. You will then be able to install the application on the mobile device, using the created account. Downloads: Windows - Giveaway Installer - Size: 29.7 MB: http://download.stickypassword.com/files/campaign/StickyPassword_rev801054_comss1073.exe Mac - Giveaway Installer - Size: 7.6 MB: http://download.stickypassword.com/files/campaign/StickyPassword_rev984_comss1073.dmg Other Downloads: Android App iOS App Note: You need to install either Win / Mac giveaway installer and then use the apps to activate on other devices.
  12. Firefox for Android - 51.0.2 App Description: Release Notes: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/android/51.0.2/releasenotes/ Links: Note: Android 2.3.x devices[API-9] are not supported from Firefox for Android 48.0. APK - API-15: Note: Android v4.0 and "above" can install from below links. Android 3.x[Honeycomb] API-11 to API-13 are not supported from Firefox for Android 46.0. en-US: https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/releases/51.0.2/android-api-15/en-US/fennec-51.0.2.en-US.android-arm.apk Other Languages: https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/releases/51.0.2/android-api-15/ Multi: https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/releases/51.0.2/android-api-15/multi/fennec-51.0.2.multi.android-arm.apk APK - Android x86: en-US: https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/releases/51.0.2/android-x86/en-US/fennec-51.0.2.en-US.android-i386.apk Multi: https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/releases/51.0.2/android-x86/multi/fennec-51.0.2.multi.android-i386.apk Source: https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/releases/51.0.2/source/fennec-51.0.2.bundle https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/releases/51.0/source/fennec-51.0.source.tar.xz Key: https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/releases/51.0.2/KEY File SHA512SUMS File SHA512SUMS.asc Other Details: Homepage Google Play
  13. Nokia and HMD Global Confirm MWC 2017 Launch Event for February 26 Hopefully, a couple of smartphones will be unveiled Despite the fact that Samsung has already confirmed it will not launch the Galaxy S8 at MWC, while Sony is rumored to show its new flagship in secret rooms only, this year's trade fair looks pretty promising when it comes to new devices. After successfully launching its first Nokia-branded smartphone in China, HMD Global will finally reveal its plans regarding the next handsets that will (hopefully) be available worldwide. Aside from the Nokia 6 that's exclusive available for purchase in China though major retailer JD.com, HMD Global plans to launch at least 5 or 6 other Android smartphones by the end of the year. Will it live up to the expectations? At least two other Nokia-branded handsets might be introduced at MWC 2017 on February 26, including the company's first flagship smartphone. Unfortunately, the expectations are very high now that new Nokia-branded phones will be once again available on the market, and we fear that HDM Global's new product might not live up to the hype. However, it's important to note that the Nokia that once was, will never be again. The Finnish giant has already decided to let another company handle the design, manufacturing and sale of Nokia-branded smartphones. Since we're less than one month away from Nokia's launch event, we won't have to wait too long to find out whether or not HMD will manage to meet Nokia fans' expectations. Naturally, it won't be able to appeal to everyone, but it would be nice to know that Nokia's spirit still lives in some (if not all) HMD Global's upcoming products. Source
  14. Nokia 6 Finally Goes on Sale Outside of China for $370 The phone is available in the Philippines in white color Well, it looks like starting tomorrow, the Nokia 6 will be available for purchase in another country, although customers will have to pay more. PinoyTechnoGuide reports major retailer Lazada will begin selling the Nokia 6 in the Philippines. As some of you probably know by now, Nokia 6 is available for purchase in China through JD.com retailer for only $245. However, customers in the Philippines will have to pay $370 for the mid-range smartphone. On the bright side (no pun intended), Nokia 6 will be available at Lazada in white color, which is rather odd considering HMD Global only released the smartphone in black version in China. It's also worth mentioning those who purchase the smartphone through Lazada will benefit from free shipping. We don't know if there's a purchase limit per customer, but it doesn't seems so. Checking out the specs listed by Lazada, it seems they're selling the same device that's been introduced in China not long ago. So, expect a mid-range smartphone running Android 7.0 Nougat operating system right out of the box, coupled with an octa-core 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor. The Nokia 6's 16-megapixel rear-facing camera has already been compared to other cameras on flagships like the OnePlus 3T and Huawei Mate 9 Pro, and it performed admirably. There's also a secondary 8-megapixel camera in the front for those who like to take selfies. It also sports a 5.5-inch full HD (1080p) display with 2.5D scratch resistant Corning Gorilla Glass 3 coating. On the inside, the Nokia 6 packs 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage (expandable up to 128GB via microSD card). Source
  15. Mozilla Firefox 52.0 Beta 2 To download beta candidates(build 1): https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/candidates/52.0b2-candidates/build1/ Android beta candidates(build 1): https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/mobile/candidates/52.0b2-candidates/build1/ Download Page-Beta: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/beta/all/ Windows en-US: x86: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/releases/52.0b2/win32/en-US/Firefox Setup 52.0b2.exe x64: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/releases/52.0b2/win64/en-US/Firefox Setup 52.0b2.exe Windows All languages: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/releases/52.0b2/win32/ https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/releases/52.0b2/win64/ Checksum: SHA512SUMS SHA512SUMS.asc Release Notes[Beta]: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/beta/notes/ Firefox for Android 52.0 Beta 2: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/mobile/releases/52.0b2/
  16. Lineage OS Announces A Bunch Of Newly Supported Devices For Its Preview Builds Last month, Cyanogen announced that it was shutting down its offices, leaving the future of CyanogenMod in question. However, from the company's digital ashes rose a new project called Lineage OS. The developer team behind the operating system announced that it would support more than 80 devices. However, at launch, it only supported a handful of devices. Now, the company has updated its roster of supported devices, adding a number of older handsets to the list. Previously, the developer team had only included the LG Nexus 5X, Huawei Nexus 6P, Motorola Moto G4 / G4 Plus, Nextbit Robin and Xiaomi Redmi 1S. The company has now updated its list of supported devices to include: Asus Nexus 7 2013 (4G / Wi-Fi) LG Nexus 5 Huawei Honor 5X LG G4 (T-Mobile / International) LG G3 S LG G3 Beat Motorola Moto X Pure (2015) Motorola Moto E Motorola Moto G Motorola Moto G4 Play OnePlus One Oppo Find 7a Oppo Find 7s Samsung Samsung Galaxy S III (AT&T / Sprint / T-Mobile / Verizon / International) Samsung Galaxy S II (International) Sony Xperia SP Xiaomi Mi 3w and Mi 4 Xiaomi Mi 5 Xiaomi Mi Max Xiaomi Redmi 3/Prime Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 As can be seen, the list of devices has increased drastically. That said, the developer team has not announced how many installs its operating system has garnered. Previously, the company had announced that experimental builds of Lineage OS had been downloaded more than 50,000 times. This figure is bound to change with more devices being supported everyday. You can download the latest nightly and experimental builds on supported handsets by heading over to the download page here. Source
  17. Try These Cool Android Smartphone Hacks And Get The Best Out Of Your Mobile Here are some of the best Android smartphone hacking Apps Android is undoubtedly the world’s most popular mobile operating system. With over 1.5+ billion plus users, Android is way ahead of iOS. Similarly, in Apps space, Android hacking apps are also increasing. Many of these hacking Apps are meant for pros but some can become useful to you also. With such hacking Apps, you can remove unnecessary bloatware utilizing most of the internal storage memory. While other times, such hacking App may help you remove irritating ads or allow you to access blocked system Apps. We bring you such hacking Apps which let you get the best out of your Android smartphone. Remember most of these Apps require a rooted smartphone to try them out. INCREASE RAM Root your phone. Download ROEHSOFT RAM EXPANDER from Google Play Store. Convert desired amount of SD card space into system swap RAM. This will make apps perform better when you have lot of storage area in your SD card. Wi-Fi WPS/WPA TESTER Download WIFI PS/WPA Tester App from Google Play Store. It let’s you analyze your WiFi security and others in the vicinity and attempts to hack their password It only hacks WPS enabled WiFi networks. REMOVE UNWANTED SYSTEM APPS OR BLOATWARE Root your android phone and Download sSystem app remover (ROOT) from Google Play Store. Remove many unwanted inbuilt Apps which you don’t think are necessary from internal storage of your Android phone.\ HACKING HUB Download the app Linux Deploy from Google Play Store. This installs Linux Operating system on your Android phone. Then use use Aircrack and other hacking Apps on your phone to hack WiFi and website passwords. FREE STUFF Root your phone Download and install BusyBox App from Google Play Store. Install modded Play Store from Lucky Patcher. With Lucky Patcher App you hack in-App purchases and get free stuff or game coins ACCESS BLOCKED CONTENT Download CyberGhost App from Google Play Store. Use it to connect to a VPN of a country of your choice. Now you can download apps from Google Play Store which are blocked in your country and also use websites like torrent websites blocked in your country. BATTERY LIFE Root your phone Download Greenify App from Google Play Store Hibernate many user and system apps. Greenify allows you to hibernate apps that won’t use battery and memory in background. So, you can save battery life and RAM. BUILD PROP EDITING Most of the Android smartphones out promise you 8MP images but in fact deliver only 6MP picture quality on 8MP camera. If you are facing a similar issue, you can solve it using this hack. This also requires a rooted smartphone. Download BuildProp Editor App from Google Play Store. Goto –>add entry Ro.ril.max.jpeg.quality. And set it’s value to 100 so it looks like Ro.ril.max.jpeg.quality = 100 Once done, your 8MP smartphone camera will deliver you 8MP images TUBEMOTE Download Tubemote from Google Play Store. Now you can download any and all online videos, not just from YouTube but any website in your desired resolution and quality at high speeds. You can also download just mp3 or m4a sound files from videos. ANDROID ID CHANGER Root your phone. Download Android Device ID Changer App from Google Play Store. Change your Android ID, which apps use to identify you and restart the phone. Your Android smartphone has a new Android ID. DRIVEDROID Download Drivedroid App from Google Play Store. Once installed, open the App and download LINUX.iso file from the dropdown menu. Burn this image on your phone and use it as CD or USB drive to boot your PC. KABOOM THE SELF DESTRUCTING APP Download and install Kaboom App from Google Playstore This App lets you control the photos and messages you post online. You can use this App to make the images and posts disappear at a set time. FAKE LOCATION Download Fake Location GPS App from Google Play Store Go to —> Settings Tap on Build Number 7 times to unlock Developer Options. Enable Mock Locations. Open Fake Location GPS app and set your location to any place in the world you wish. Source
  18. How To Use Facebook Messenger Without A Facebook Account You Can Now Use Facebook Messenger Without A Facebook Account, Know How With over one billion users worldwide, Facebook Messenger is now one of the biggest messaging platforms worldwide. In order to have a Facebook Messenger app on your device, you need to have an active Facebook account. However, there are a lot of reasons that many people may not want to use Facebook but only the Messenger app. For instance, Facebook staples like pyramid schemes, political debates, and pointless status updates can fill some users with rage and using such a social media site is a big no-no for them. Similarly, there are users who are not interested in keeping up with friends online and rather catch up over a cup of coffee or on the phone instead of through liking each other’s perfect social media posts. But, what about those people who want to keep in touch with certain people who are not on any other platform except for Facebook Messenger. In such a scenario, is it possible to use Facebook Messenger app without having an active Facebook account? Yes, it is. You can stay in touch with your friends via Facebook Messenger, by following the steps below: Open Facebook’s deactivate account page. Ignore the photos of the people who will apparently miss you and scroll to the bottom. The last option says you can continue using Facebook Messenger even if you deactivate your account. Make sure this is not checked and just leave it as is. Scroll down and hit Deactivate. Now, your Facebook account will be deactivated. All your Facebook data will be safe until you are ready to log in again. Go ahead and open the Messenger app using your old Facebook credentials on your smartphone or log in via the website on your PC. You will notice that you can continue chatting with all your friends without losing any of your data. Please note that your deactivated Facebook account doesn’t get reactivated, if you are using Messenger. Your friends will only be able to contact you via the chat window in Facebook or the Messenger app. If you want to use Messenger and don’t have a Facebook account, then follow the instructions mentioned below: Download Facebook Messenger on iOS, Android, or Windows Phone. Open the app and enter your phone number. Tap Continue. You will get a code via SMS to confirm your number. Once you have done that you can key in phone numbers of your friends and start messaging them. Source
  19. Firefox for Android - 51.0 App Description: Release Notes: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/android/51.0/releasenotes/ Links: Note: Android 2.3.x devices[API-9] are not supported from Firefox for Android 48.0. APK - API-15: Note: Android v4.0 and "above" can install from below links. Android 3.x[Honeycomb] API-11 to API-13 are not supported from Firefox for Android 46.0. en-US: https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/releases/51.0/android-api-15/en-US/fennec-51.0.en-US.android-arm.apk Other Languages: https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/releases/51.0/android-api-15/ Multi: https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/releases/51.0/android-api-15/multi/fennec-51.0.multi.android-arm.apk APK - Android x86: en-US: https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/releases/51.0/android-x86/en-US/fennec-51.0.en-US.android-i386.apk Multi: https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/releases/51.0/android-x86/multi/fennec-51.0.multi.android-i386.apk Source: https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/releases/51.0/source/fennec-51.0.bundle https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/releases/51.0/source/fennec-51.0.source.tar.xz Key: https://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mobile/releases/51.0/KEY File SHA512SUMS File SHA512SUMS.asc Other Details: Homepage Google Play
  20. Android 7.1.1 Nougat Running Surprisingly Well on a 7-Year Old Galaxy S1 Samsung released the Galaxy S in June 2010 YouTuber XTvideos posted a video showing how Android 7.1.1 Nougat performs on the 7-year old Galaxy S smartphone, announced in March 2010 and released a couple of months later in June. The video shows the first boot of Galaxy S1 i9000 running the latest version of Android. Obviously, this is an unofficial CM version of Nougat, nobody expects Samsung to release an update for devices so old. The smartphone runs a bit slow, it takes some time to load the settings menu, and the phone is running a clean OS, no apps were flashed. The user installed CyanogenMod 14.1 on the Galaxy S (GT-I9000), and since it’s an unofficial version, the phone is a bit slow in certain areas. The phone also appears to have the December security patch, which was the latest when the video was uploaded. 512MB of RAM and Hummingbird chipset inside The video shows that 7.1.1 Nougat contains most of the features that you would expect, like a revamped notification area and even quick reply. The phone can open all settings menus and it provides the user with access to developer options, without crashing, freezing or shutting down. Samsung’s Galaxy S1 (GT-I9000) had a 4-inch AMOLED display with 480 x 800 pixel resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass coating on top. It ran Android 2.1 Eclair out of the box and later received an update to 2.3 Gingerbread. These two versions haven’t been included in Android Distribution reports for quite some time now, meaning that they’re market share is well below 0.1%. Moving on the Galaxy S1 came with 512MB of RAM, 8 or 16GB of internal storage which could be expanded to 32GB with a microSD card and ran a Hummingbird chipset or Exynos 3110 with a 1.0GHz Cortex-A8 processor, coupled with PowerVR SGX540 graphics processing units. Rear camera capacity reached 5MP with autofocus, while the secondary camera was VGA. The phone drew power from a removable 1,500mAh battery. Source
  21. The ransom for the stolen contacts and messages was 0.2 BTC Ransomware app found its way into Google Play and managed to make at least one victim. The app has since been removed by the Android team. According to security firm Check Point Software Technologies, several weeks ago they detected and quarantined an Android device that had this malware on it. The owner of the phone had downloaded an app that had this 0day mobile ransomware on it, named “Charger’. The app the Android user installed on his phone was called EnergyRescue and has since been removed from the Store. However, that was not until it damaged this person’s phone. The infected app stole contacts, SMS messages and asked for admin permission. Once those were granted (and who does not tap blindly on their phone just to get through the installation process?), the ransomware locked the device and displayed a pretty telling message. “You need to pay us,” the message starts, telling the reader that otherwise, they would sell portions of their personal information on the black market every 30 minutes. Pay the price, and all files would be restored. The hackers behind the malware demanded 0.2 Bitcoins as payment, which depending on the Bitcoin price. Currently, that translates in about $180, more than the usual mobile ransomware so far. Check Point notes that payments were to be made to a specific Bitcoin account, but no transactions have been detected so far, indicating that the scheme may not have been successful at all. This is not the first mobile ransomware detected There has been other similar ransomware before, such as DataLust. By comparison, they used to only demand about $15 in order to return people’s data, which must have been a lot more lucrative since people are less likely to pitch a fit over a smaller sum. Charger, as Check Point indicates, must be trying to push mobile ransomware at the same level as PC ransomware, which is a lot more prolific. Charger seems to follow the rules on other Android Malware before it, checking to see where the phone is actually located. If it is Ukraine, Russia or Belarus, there will be no malicious activity on said phone, indicating the hackers are likely from one of these nations. People should pay extra attention when it comes to downloading apps from the Google Play and pick those that already have loads of reviews and have been tested and are secure. Most malware that gets discovered on Google Play only contains a dropper that later downloads the malicious components to the device. That means you might end up with a lot more than you expected when you download that flashlight app you were considering. Just recently, the same security company revealed that HummingBad malware is back and it is way worse than it was before, in the form of HummingWhale. That particular malware makes it act like the victims’ phones are clicking on ads, racking up loads of cash for the people behind it. Source
  22. I have started this sub-section for Android Games to keep Android mobile games free from applications / themes. All nsane members are requested to post Games here. If admins as requested creates a sub-forum for it at any stage, this thread will be merged later. For posting guidelines, please refer to this post: //www.nsaneforums.com/topic/220597-guidelines-and-templates/ PS: Admin, thanks for listening to Android sub-forum request.
  23. (Android) Nova Launcher v5.0.1 + TeslaUnread v5.0.6 Final [Prime] Nova Launcher Prime The highly customizable, performance driven, home screen replacement Accept no substitues! Nova Launcher is the original and most polished customizable launcher for modern Android Features Ok, Google – Use Google Search’s hotword right from the home screen, just say the words Ok, Google. Color Theme – Set the highlight accent color for the launcher Also individual Color controls for labels, folders, unread count badges, drawer tabs and background Icon Themes – Find thousands of icon themes for Nova Launcher on the Play Store Subgrid positioning – Much greater control than standard launchers, Nova Launcher allows you to snap icons or widgets half way through the desktop grid cells Customize App Drawer – Custom tabs, Vertical or Horizontal scrolling, Custom effects Infinite scroll – Never far from your favorite page, loop through the desktop or drawer continously Backup/Restore – Sophisticated backup/restore system allowing you to backup your desktop layout and launcher settings Scrollable Dock – Create multiple docks and scroll between them Widgets in dock – Place any widget in your dock, such as a 4×1 music player widget Import Layout – No need to rebuild your desktop from scratch, Nova Launcher can import from most popular launchers. Including the one that came with your phone. Fast – Nova Launcher is highly optimized to do it’s work quickly and quietly, keeping the animations smooth and letting you use your phone as fast as you can move your fingers. Unlock the following extras with Nova Launcher Prime Gestures – Swipe, pinch, double tap and more on the home screen to open your favorite apps Unread Counts – Never miss a message. Unread count badges for Hangouts, SMS, Gmail and more using the Tesla Unread plugin Custom Drawer Groups – Create new tabs or folders in the app drawer Hide Apps – Keep a clean app drawer by hiding never used apps Icon Swipes – Set custom actions for swiping on app shortcuts or folders More scroll effects – Such as Wipe, Accordion, and Throw What’s New 5.0.1 Dec 20 Fixes for LeEco devices 5.0 Dec 13 Swipe to open drawer (a la Pixel Launcher) New Pixel style searchbar New search view, with tabs for Frequent, Recent and New/Updated apps New “Timeout” screen lock method New double-tap-swipe gestures Android 7.1 launcher shortcuts Dock backgrounds to draw under navbar Quick start to easily change major settings (Nova Settings > Backup > Quick start) Homepages: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.teslacoilsw.launcher.prime&hl=en https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.teslacoilsw.notifier&hl=en Download Links:
  24. Where Can You Download LineageOS, CyanogenMod's Replacement? It's only a matter of weeks since we learned that CyanogenMod was closing down and LineageOS would replace it. At the time, little was known about the launch schedule for the open source, Android-based operating system, but that has all changed. On Friday, the LineageOS team announced that builds will "start rolling out this weekend". At time of writing the downloads have yet to make an appearance, but there is a download portal ready for you to keep an eye on. The team excitedly says that "it's nearly 'go time' for builds to start flowing", and advertised the availability of the Lineage infrastructure status page. More usefully, there is also a wiki for the OS, as well as a stats page that shows (at time of writing) that even before builds have been officially made available, there have been more than 75,000 installs. But what about the all-important download page? There is now a LineageOS Downloads portal up and running, but despite the proclamation that downloads would roll out this weekend, the page currently disappointingly reads: "Coming soon". What's clear, however, is that LineageOS is about to arrive any second, and with this in mind the development team has shared further details about what to expect: More than this, eager users are provided with more details about how the actual installation process will work: If you're missing CyanogenMod, now is the time to turn your attention to the LineageOS download page. Source Alternate Source: First Official Lineage OS Builds To Roll Out This Weekend
  25. Mozilla Firefox 51.0 RC 2 Windows en-US: x86: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/candidates/51.0-candidates/build2/win32/en-US/Firefox%20Setup%2051.0.exe x64: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/candidates/51.0-candidates/build2/win64/en-US/Firefox%20Setup%2051.0.exe Windows All languages: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/candidates/51.0-candidates/build2/win32/ https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/candidates/51.0-candidates/build2/win64/ Other OS: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/firefox/candidates/51.0-candidates/build2/ Checksum: SHA512SUMS SHA512SUMS.asc Firefox for Android 51.0 RC: https://download-installer.cdn.mozilla.net/pub/mobile/candidates/51.0-candidates/