This is my video tutorial on how to root the Nokia X and install all Google play services including the Playstore and even the Google Experience Launcher.
Note: This will void your warranty
Root Explorer (Please pay and buy the root explorer once you get access to the PlayStore and support the developer)
Google Framework including Playstore
Google Experience Launcher & Other Google Apps
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Just a few days after it’s announcement, the Nokia X is already starting to become available on some markets around the globe. And today Nokia’s first ever Android-powered smartphone has finally hit the shelves in India.
The Nokia X runs on forked Android which means there will be no official Google apps and services like the playstore. But of course, Nokia has put in it’s own apps and services and stated that you can download most apps found … Continue reading
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This is my unboxing video of the X Phone from Nokia.
The Nokia X (a.k.a Normandy) is powered by the Snapdragon S4 Play Chipset that houses 2 Cortex A5 cores clocked at 1 Ghz each coupled with an Adreno 203 GPU and 512MB RAM.
It houses a 3.15 megapixel Rear Camera and has 4GB internal storage with the option of expansion upto 32GB via Micro SD.
It has a 4″ WVGA IPS LCD display & … Continue reading
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As you may have heard, Nokia unveiled recently its Nokia X family of Android smartphones, running on an AOSP forked version of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with no Google Services! Nokia has installed a custom UI based on Asha’s Fastlane UI and has also developed their own App Store, with some apps that look a bit different than the ones you have grown to love all these years.
In order to help developers build more apps for their AOSP … Continue reading
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According to a source from Artesyn Technologies, Nokia is looking to manufacture more Android-powered smartphones after they announce the Normandy, or Nokia X, in the upcoming Mobile World Congress.
The same source also said that the devices will vary from ow to high-end, and will be unveiled in May to June. But the biggest question is, regardless of what the Nokia X will feature, will these devices especially the high-end ones use Nokia’s … Continue reading
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If there’s something Android users would want with Nokia, it’s how they design their smartphones. But we all know that Nokia only makes Windows Phone and Asha devices. That’s why when we confirmed that the Finnish company is working on an Android powered device, many fans of the Nokia design are delighted.
And it looks like the long wait will soon be over as according to to a Senior Executive in Nokia India, the device will be … Continue reading
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