On some Chromebooks, you can now download Android apps from the Chrome Web Store and the Google Play Store. Yes, that’s right, the same apps that run on phones and tablets can now run on Chromebooks without compromising their speed, simplicity or security.
Putting your Chromebook into “Developer Mode” will allow you to have full root access, including the ability to modify your Chromebook’s system files. This is often used to install a Linux system alongside Chrome OS like Crouton. Enable developer mode has other uses, too.
Switching channels is a way to get the latest features before they roll out to everyone. Keep in mind that choosing to enable experimental features may result in crashes and bugs.
This weekend I attended the Houston Hackathon v4. It was an amazing experience, to say the least. I got to meet very talented people and work on a project that helped the Houston Community. This article will highlight the many brilliant projects that were created.
The Toshiba Chromebook 2 (2015 Model) does not come with much storage by default. Both the CB35-C3300 (Celeron 3215U) and the CB35-3350 (Intel i3-5015U) Broadwell models only come with 16GB of onboard SSD memory.
This is a review of the SuperCard DSTwo, a slot-1 DS flashcard loaded with features. In this review, I will discuss the main features, what you can expect as well as a video review. What’s in the box? So when you first receive the package, you’ll get a box similar
What is PPSE-DS? PPSE DS stands for Project Pokemon Save Editor DS. It is a small bit of homebrew made to run on Nintendo DS Flash Carts. It edits the saves of Generation 4 Pokemon games right on the flash cart. It is similar to Pokesav or Pokegen but different in
What is PokeGen? PokeGen is a Pokemon data editor for Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, Heart Gold, Soul Silver, and Black and White 1 & 2. It works from a computer and can interact with a game by using one of these: an Action Replay, a flashcart, or a GTS sending program. PokeGen