My netbook works indeed on Win 10 and my smartphone is indeed one of the newest on the market. Uberizer 1.8 works well on my netbook too, and this new one to. It is on my phone that this uberizer does less than the 1.8 version.
That's indeed the case, Uberizer v2.1 is a light version compared to the full blown v1.8. But the features in v1.8 are also a lot for rooted devices, and Android 2.2. Uberizer v2.1 has more features that do not require root any more and are compatible with later versions of Android.
BTW, I've removed the root and apk options from the Uberizer as well, these will be available seperately.
The problem with the original Uberizer was, you can do too much with it. It wasn't a popular app despite being powerful. I guess people use a tool for the function they require. A root tool for rooting, etc. The Uberizer just features it all, rom modding, apk modding, rooting, device management, reports, whatever the list goes on and on! The last full blown version had 189 functions, and I guess people got lost in it.
So now we have:
Uberizer, which is primairy a Android Control tool
Noname, root tool for Android 1.6 - 4.2 devices
Noname, apk tool for decompiling/rebuilding/modifying etc
TechKnow Universal ADB Driver
Where these 4 combined first in 1 large app, I'm sure it's best to split this up.
I always had problems describing the Uberizer to people, how to explain what v1.8 does? It's a lot, it even features a Virtual Machine that you can run on your Windows system en then transfer to a Android device, together with the other functions.
I also like the new size of the Uberizer (1.7MB)
It will take some time to complete the next few apps, but the main one is done !