RootzWiki

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RootzWiki
RootzWiki logo.png
Rootzwiki.com screenshot.png
Web address rootzwiki.com
Slogan Unleash your phone
Commercial? no
Registration Optional
Available in English
Alexa rank 12877[1]
Current status Online

RootzWiki is a web site for users of Android mobile phones. It is concerned with the rooting of such devices,[2][3] a subject which is important to those seeking fuller use of their devices. The site features news, a wiki and a forum.

History[edit]

The site was re-created in April 2011.[4] The wiki is administered by Denham Crafton.[5] Collaborators of the project include Steven Smith, Andrew Myers, Taylor Potts, Caleb Nance, Rory Holderness, Steven Richards, Stephen Bird, among others.

Reception[edit]

As of January, 2012, the RootzWiki Twitter account has more than 12 900 followers.[6]

RootzWiki has been referenced by The Verge,[7] Engadget,[8] Gizmodo,[9] International Business Times,[10] and many Android news websites, like Android Police[11] Android Authority[12] droid matters,[13] phandroid[14] Android Central,[15] Android Advice & Tutorials,[16] among others.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rootzwiki.com Site Info
  2. ^ Nuñal Paul (December 26, 2011). "How to Root Your Droid X Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread". Android Authority. Retrieved January 3, 2012. "However, if you own a Motorola Droid X, you will be happy to know that you can still root your device without breaking a sweat. Some developers from RootzWiki [...]" 
  3. ^ Udalov, Alexander (December 27, 2011). "Kindle Fire Rooted Again: How To Instructions". Mobile Magazine. Retrieved January 3, 2012. "Good discussions of this procedure [...] can be found at rootzwiki." 
  4. ^ "RootzWiki:About". RootzWiki. April 11, 2011. Retrieved January 3, 2012. "RootzWIki was reborn on Aprill [sic] 09 2011." 
  5. ^ "DrMacinyasha". RootzWiki. Retrieved January 4, 2012. "Denham is also the administrator of our wiki [...] Group Super Mod [...] Name Denham Crafton" 
  6. ^ Twitter
  7. ^ Some Galaxy Nexus owners experiencing multitouch issues, software likely culprit | The Verge
  8. ^ Galaxy Nexus users reporting touchscreen trouble, lower scores in multitouch games (video) - Engadget
  9. ^ Android Hacker Tool ClockworkMod Now Has Mainstream-Friendly Touch Controls | Gizmodo UK
  10. ^ Yeginsu, Ceylan (December 8, 2011). "Galaxy Nexus on Sale in North America". International Business Times. Retrieved January 3, 2012. 
  11. ^ [Updated x2: LG Thrill] CyanogenMod Team Brings Nightlies To A Handful Of LG Devices, Adds Official CM7 Support For Samsung Epic 4G
  12. ^ Root Kindle Fire on Firmware Version 6.2.1 With Burito Root - How To
  13. ^ Root Tool now available for Transformer Prime – download viperMod Primer now | DroidMatters.com
  14. ^ Touch-Based Recovery Version of Clockwork Mod Recovery Now Available for Galaxy Nexus [Video]
  15. ^ http://www.androidcentral.com/amazons-kindle-fire-rooted-yet-again-after-621-update
  16. ^ http://www.android-advice.com/

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