Since Google sells the Nexus 4 unlocked and without a contract, it makes the perfect smartphone for pre-paid wireless service. We already covered the best pre-paid plans for the Nexus 4, but I wanted to take a moment and explain my personal setup. After carefully reviewing all the options, I decided to ... Read More »
A few days ago, my Logitech Revue received its long-awaited update to Android 3.1 and with it came glorious, glorious access to the Android Market. The main category I’d been longing to fill was a solid media player with decent codec support. I finally found that in Plex so I wanted to ... Read More »
Many of you have probably purchased one of the (literally) most awaited devices in the history of Android. After being announced at CES, the Motorola Droid Bionic took over 8 months to be released. It went through its fair share of delays and revamps/upgrades and now it’s in your safe hands. Of course, ... Read More »
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Today Google started pushing out an update for the Nexus S that brings the firmware up to 2.3.2. The file is only about 600 KB big and the build number goes from GRH78 to GRH78C, so all signs point to this being a minor update. Samsung tweeted that it fixes the Read More »
Have you ever wanted to create your own ringtones, but you just didn’t know how? Anyone with an Android phone can easily create their own ringtones from YouTube videos in only 5 simple steps. Full instructions after the jump.
A few weeks ago we launched the new Android and Me mobile site to almost unanimously positive reviews. The outpouring of support for my first major mobile build really got me excited and to return the favor I wanted to try to share some of what I learned.
Google Apps is a service from Google for using custom domain names with Google services. Android allows you to use a Google Apps email as your primary account, but this guide is for setting up a secondary account. Many people have different email accounts for work and wish to keep them separate from their personal ... Read More »
This guide is outdated and a newer version if offered. Please visit How to root a T-Mobile G1 and myTouch 3G.
I first wrote this guide several months ago, but decided not to post it. After all the cupcake builds were released and people kept asking for help with upgrading, I decided to ... Read More »
One of the advantages of a G1 with Google is that contacts are synchronized seamlessly between the G1 and its associated Gmail account. This means that the contacts are available both on the handset and on virtually any computer connected to the internet.
This can pose a problem for people migrating from BlackBerry to the ... Read More »
Three Tips for New Android Users is a new weekly segment from Christopher Earle. Each week he will focus on helpful hints for beginners as he learns Android. If you have any suggestions for tips or need help with your G1, please contact us. Read on for this week’s edition.
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