Dhananjay Bhardwaj

Dhananjay has more than 11 years of experience in Android software customization and development, and has spent the past 10 years writing about it.

He spends most of his prime time reading, learning and writing about Android and other open-source projects. He is also a community-taught web developer. Apart from that, he loves mountain biking and playing video games on his PlayStation.

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Restore OnePlus One to Stock Firmware

Do not want to use a custom ROM, or want to take your phone to the service center for repair services? We will help you restore OnePlus One to stock firmware. The OnePlus One comes with Cyanogen OS 12.1 as its stock firmware and it’s quite easy to restore it from any custom ROM or […]

Install Android Marshmallow on Nexus 7 via BeanStalk ROM

Enjoy the sweet taste of Android Marshmallow on Nexus 7 by installing BeanStalk ROM. BeanStalk is a known custom ROM for Android and has been in development since Android Jelly Bean. It has based its latest development over CyanogenMod 13 and has finally announced its official builds for the Nexus 7 WiFi (grouper). The developer […]

How to Flash Custom ROM on Android

Flashing a custom ROM on Android is an emerging trend these days, that helps users to expand their experience over this powerful and amazing platform. I have been using custom ROMs ever since I bought my first Android (during 2011) when TWRP didn’t even see the daylight. I remember banging my head, reading several threads […]

Download Android USB Drivers for various OEMs

You can download Android USB drivers for various manufacturers including Samsung, LG, HTC, Google, Asus, OnePlus, Sony, and more. To connect your Android phone/tablet to your personal computer, and for it to be detected properly, you need to install appropriate USB drivers. Here, we are going to compile the complete list of available Android USB […]

OnePlus One Review – Is it still worth buying?

What do you think, two years later since its release, is the OnePlus One still worth buying? It’s almost two years since the phone first showed up in the market, and I have just bought one for myself. But you will definitely ask – “Why now, so late?“, well, there is no single reason, and […]

Enjoy multiple ROMs with MultiROM on Nexus 6P

MultiROM is by-far, one of the most innovative tweaks ever made for Android. Trust me when I say “I switch ROMs, almost daily” – Why? Because I love to explore the uniqueness in each ROM since all of them have something different to offer. You can now boot multiple ROMs using MultiROM on Nexus 6P. […]

Top 5 easy ways to reduce data usage on Android devices

Android is a high consuming platform, both when it comes to data and memory. But, Android users can easily slow down this consumption using several steps. Today, we are going to take data usage into consideration and help you reduce data usage on Android devices. Carrier-based data services are extremely costly these days, and not […]

How to Restore Stock Firmware on Moto G (All Models)

Follow this guide to restore stock firmware on Moto G. The instructions will work for Moto G 1st Gen, 2nd Gen, 3rd Gen, 4th Gen, Moto G5/Moto G5 Plus, and Moto G5S/Moto G5S Plus. The Moto G series is the OEM’s most prominent handsets that do well with the hardware, design, as well as on […]

How to Install ViPER4Android on Marshmallow 6.0

We always look forward to boosting our experience on our Android smartphones/tablets, either by installing custom ROMs like Chroma, or even tweaking the framework using Xposed. But there is another factor that highly influences Android users, and it is the audio experience. Today, we are here to help you install ViPER4Android on Marshmallow running Android […]