October 28th, 2011
September 19th, 2011
RUN! Version 1.2.2 is up on the Market now! You can get it here. Here is the changelog:
View High Scores at Game End
Fixed “Play Again” crash
Minor orientation bug
New Time Attack Mode!
Prep work for ad free version
Minor Bug Fixes
May 13th, 2011
Well, my game sound boards got pulled from the Market. So, here is a direct link to the APK’s to install. Just open these links on your phone to launch the installer:
Please note, if you are an AT&T customer they have disabled your ability to load applications not from the Market. You will need to use the Sideloader Wonder Machine to install non-Market apps.
February 1st, 2011
The server move is complete. Now back to my next Android project!
January 31st, 2011
We are currently moving our hosting service to a new dedicated server. Some services will be down for a few hours. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to have everything back up as quickly as possible.
October 22nd, 2010
Are you rooted and using an Droid X and Droid2? Do you want to overclock your phone with the greatest of ease? We don’t blame you! DX/D2 Overclock is on the Android Market now. Search by that name or “Unstable Apps” and get it now!
September 22nd, 2010
If you install the 2.2 OTA update, DO NOT FLASH BACK TO 2.1 WITH THE SBF FILE. You will lock your phone at the moto logo until a new SBF gets leaked. Again, if you install the 2.2 OTA DO NOT FLASH BACK TO 2.1!
September 7th, 2010
Ok everyone, by now most everyone knows that with the latest 2.2 updates from Motorola and Verizon, your automated software rooting tools no longer work. Easy Root is of course included in this. The following is what I recommend you do to get your root back.
Droid 1 Users:
1) SBF Flash back to FRG01B 2.2. Here is a great guide for this.
2) Use Easy Root to root your newly downgraded phone.
3) Install ROM Manager by Koush from the Market (If you can, get the $4.99 version to support this great work. If you can’t, there is a free version as well.)
4) Install a custom ROM (I recommend CyanogenMod 6 personally) and never deal with Motorola and Verizon taking all your roots away again.
Droid X Users:
This are a bit unclear for you guys at this time. With the /boot partition getting locked down for now and no “real” recovery partition it makes life a bit difficult. The official 2.2 update will remove your root and block tools like Easy Root. Once the official 2.2 OTA hits we will see what our options are.
So, this post will get updated later for the Droid X when the official OTA hits, but the key thing to get out of this…get away from official ROM’s from Verizon/Motorola. They will constantly try and stop you from using your phone as you like. If you have a Droid 1, get CyanogenMod and enjoy having root and faster more open phone.
September 3rd, 2010
I get a lot of emails about 2.2 support (FRG22D specifically) on the Droid and 2.2 support on the Droid X. As of right now, their are no good options for automated soft roots. I will be putting together a guide in the next few days to help people with their options if they have upgraded to the 2.2 OTA on either of these devices. Your best option will be to SBF flash back to 2.1, root w/ Easy Root, then install ROM Manager and install a non-official ROM and never worry about lossing root again. Again, a new guide for this will be up in a day or two.
August 27th, 2010
I just wanted to drop a quick reminder to everyone about the dangers of OTA updates and your access to root applications. Your phone maker wants to get rid of your root at every turn and each new update leads to needing new ways to root and keep your root. The FRG22D OTA going out for the Droid 1 now will remove your root. We are working on adding support at this time, but it may take a few days, so…if you can wait. If you can’t, you will loss root until then.