Bypass Android Lock screen
Locked out of your phone? Well you are in luck. There is a way to bypass your Android lock screen. Now before you get too excited, there are a few stipulations. First, this only works when your security is set to pattern lock. Secondly, you must have a rooted android device. And finally, you need to have adb debugging enabled. I know this might only be a small percentage of people out there, so for those of you who do, here’s how you can bypass Android lock screen.
Enable Ultra High Graphics Dead Trigger 2
It’s not surprising that certain games purposefully limit the maximum graphics level that the user could set. However, it becomes an issue when the device you’re playing on is more than capable of handling the maximum graphics level, even though the developers didn’t think so. Unfortunately, Dead Trigger 2 is a perfect example of this scenario. Fortunately, with a little file modification you can enable the secret “ultra” graphics mode only accessible to latest generation iPhones and Tegra devices.
Android Boost Speaker Volume
Let’s face it. Even at max volume, sometimes the speaker on your phone just isn’t loud enough (Yes, I’m looking at you Nexus 5). However, you could digitally raise the maximum volume that the speaker allows itself to go to. This will require a rooted android device and could run the risk of damaging your speakers if you go too high, so be warned.
What You will Need: A rooted Android Device ES File Explorer Step 1: Mounting the System Open up ES file explorer and enable the root explorer.
Android Floating Window
One of the most iconic features of the Galaxy Note 3, is the multi-window feature. It’s extremely cool and makes great use of the abundance of screen real estate. Unfortunately, that’s not a native Android feature. However, with the help of an Xposed Module, you can achieve the floating affect on any android device. Here’s how to get Android floating window display:
What You Will Need: A rooted Android Device Xposed Installer App Halo App(Android 4.