ZDBox: All-in-One Toolbox for Non-root Android Users

| February 23, 2011 | 1 Reply

There are times when hacking your device is fun to do. Hacking is breaking into your device’s system to get more control of it.  This is usually possible by breaking the barrier put up by the manufacturer or the carrier. But it is good to have an app that does it all without the hassle of breaking in or, worse, bricking. This application offers you all-in-one functionality in one package.

ZDBox was created by member ikaola on XDA Developer Forums. The app has a good-looking user interface which allows you to control information and functions for your phone. Its main functions are Battery Info, Traffic Counter, Do Not Disturb, App Lock, Task Killer and App Manager. The app is free and available in ikaola’s thread.

At present, ZDBox is not fully ready and ikaola would appreciate if anyone would come forward to help him with developing and tweaking it. There are often problems related to these kinds of all-in-one applications, which cuts down each function, keeping in mind the size of the whole thing.

But, this is different in terms of its possibilities. The app was installed and tested on a Samsung Continuum and worked without any issues. It was had to imagine that it was still in development. Check out the thread linked above for more details, and also check out out the gallery of screenshots from ZDBox.  Click any photo for a much larger view.

Source: xda developers via AndroidCommunity

Category: Android App News

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