Since the demise of Vanced, there has been no alternative to YouTube that offers the same functionality. Yes, there are open-source apps like newpipe and skytube that are fairly excellent, but they are not particularly popular among users who prefer the original YouTube interface. After receiving a stop and desist notice from Google, the creators of YouTube Vanced stated that the app will be shut down. They were also compelled to cease creating and distributing the app by Google. As a result, a new initiative called ReVanced was formed to continue on the vanced heritage.
As you may be aware, Windows 11 is significantly more modular than Windows 10, and Microsoft may offer upgrades to current features such as Windows Settings in addition to big feature updates. This implies that Experience Packs, in addition to cumulative upgrades, will include a variety of new features and small enhancements. So, if your computer or laptop does not meet the minimal requirements for Windows 11 installation, this tutorial is for you since we will show you two simple ways to install Windows 11 on an unsupported device.
When Linux was originally introduced, many of Microsoft Windows' programmes had not been adequately adopted, leaving users with several obstacles. As a result, Wine was born, a compatibility layer that enables Windows programmes to run on Linux. Wine could only run a few Windows programmes at first, but it can now run hundreds of them, making it a versatile Linux system. People frequently worry that moving to Linux would cause them problems because many Windows applications are not yet accessible for Linux systems, but they no longer need to worry because wine is constantly being optimised and fixed, making it more compatible and efficient. Wine's creators went to great lengths to make the accessibility layer as user-friendly as possible.
Do you want to use your favourite Android applications and games on your Linux computer?
If so, you've come to the correct spot because we'll introduce you to anbox and show you how to install it so you can run any Android app on your Linux Distro.
If you own a Xiaomi device, you've probably grown tired of the slowness, bloatware, advertisements, and other unnecessary services that come with it. Isn't it fascinating that we have a solution to this problem, and it doesn't need rooting your device? If that's the case, just keep reading till the end.
Remember how, in one of our previous guides, we talked about Shizuku and how you can use Shizuku and a terminal app to grant special permissions to an app using wireless debugging? That is one method, but we have another app that will make granting permission even easier. So read this guide all the way to the end.
In one of our recent posts, we guided you to unlock the bootloader of your android device so that you can try different mods. However, the basic and the first step to making installing mods easily is to install a custom recovery that allows you to access different partitions of your device and helps in flashing zip files, custom ROMs and firmware without any hassle. So if you are interested in installing TWRP on your android device and how to use it, then this guide is just for you.
Well If you searching for a latest guide to unlocking the bootloader of your Xiaomi device to try different mods and custom ROMs, then you have landed at the right place. Today in this post we will bring you a complete guide on how to Unlock the Bootloader on Any Xiaomi phone. So read it till the end as the each step is important in order to unlock the bootloader.
Are you away from your pc? Are you tired of plugging USB cable again and again and dont want to root your device just to grant a few permissions.
If yes, this guide is just for you. In this post, we will guide you to grant special/system-level permissions to certain apps using an app called Shizuku.
Back in years, rooting your android device allowed us to gain administrator level rights and perform various task. However, root is old fashioned these days as Shizuku, an app that makes it easy to grant special permissions to other apps without rooting your device.