Tag Archives: user

Android 4.2 Includes Photo Sphere, Multi User Support, And More

Google launched many devices today, and their unifying factor was the new Android 4.2. Thought it’s still called Jelly Bean, it comes with plenty improvements and new features. This isn’t a small update. Here are a few new features: Photo Sphere http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=0poff-mHQ4Q Photo Sphere is an awesome new… Read more

More Proof Android 4.2 Is Launching With User Account Support?

We just reported on a bunch of leaked information on the Nexus 10, which was running Android 4.2 software. In the quick settings panel, it showed an icon for a user account, showing that they could be switched. We have also known for a long time that user accounts were in the making in ICS. However, this alleged shot of the settings of a Nexus 10 (which… Read more

[Root] Set Up User Profiles In Jelly Bean

There was a lot of hidden code found in Jelly Bean referencing different user accounts. The code wasn’t finished or at all usable to a normal user, all being invisible. Although, with a quick hack, it is actually usable! Now, this procedure requires root, and may be dangerous. None of us are responsible for any possible damages or data loss, so do this… Read more

Google Play Movies Embracing Rooted Users, Allows Playback

Apparently, Google Play Movies has been allowing rooted users to play movies on their devices since Google I/O. If you are not aware, neither movies nor books worked on rooted devices previously. I don’t know what Google has done to get rid of the risk of people stealing the movies (I hope it’s not a bad form of DRM, though some minor DRM would be fine… Read more