Today, HTC has released a detailed list of devices that will be updated to Android 4.0. Very few specifics are given about each device, but HTC did provide a two-month release window for each update. While there are no real surprises on the list, it’s nice to finally have specific time frames to ... Read More »
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Android 4.0 is breathing new life into HTC phones across the globe with improvements to the OS and updated version of HTC Sense. We all love the new features packed into Ice Cream Sandwich, but if you own an HTC phone that is scheduled for an Android 4.0 update you might be more thankful for ... Read More »
AT&T is the least popular wireless carrier in the US among Android fans, so it was a little bit of a surprise to see them issue an upgrade to Android 4.0 for the HTC Vivid earlier today. AT&T took the opportunity to too their own horn by saying, “HTC Vivid will be the ... Read More »
Android 4.0 for the HTC Vivid is finally here. We’ve already seen what the Android 4.0 update for the phone looks like with last week’s dialer trick, but now AT&T has announced that Vivid uses can officially download the Android 4.0 update with HTC Sense 3.6.
AT&T and HTC may not be ready to push out the Android 4.0 update for the HTC Vivid quite yet, but forum members over at Android Central have figured out a way to manually trigger the update directly from the phone. If you own the AT&T HTC Vivid, simply type *#*#682#*#* in your phones dialer ... Read More »
With the Android 4.0 update for the Samsung Galaxy S II, HTC Sensation and Sensation XE currently making its way across the globe, the HTC Velocity in Australia now joins the Ice Cream Sandwich party. HTC Velocity owners in Australia are reporting that Android 4.0 is currently being pushed out over the ... Read More »
Since Google’s unveiling of Android 4.0 back in October 2011, the main question most of us want answered is: “When will my phone be updated to Ice Cream Sandwich?” We know HTC is working hard to update as many phones as they can, but there are hardware limitations to take into consideration, not to mention the dreaded fact that ... Read More »
HTC and AT&T have been served with cease and desist documents from Vivid Entertainment which claim that the HTC Vivid’s name will lead to confusion in the marketplace. Vivid Entertainment is threatening HTC and AT&T with legal action if the handsets name is not changed.
We don’t claim to be trademark experts here, but trademark ... Read More »
Here in the US, we have an established pricing system on newly released Android phones that generally denotes the level of hardware you can expect. For quite some time now, a handset that costs $199 with a two-year contract is a top end phone. Anything below that generally features last-gen internals, a downgraded display or ... Read More »
Curious if your device will be receiving an update to Android 4.0 anytime soon? HTC just announced through Facebook the “first wave” of phones that will see upgrades to Ice Cream Sandwich in early 2012. Only eight models are listed right now, but HTC is continuing to assess their product portfolio, so more devices ... Read More »