Friday brought great news regarding the new Nexus 7 and it’s future with support from the Android open source community; the factory image and binaries were released by Google. This happened for the new Nexus 7 much sooner than expected by me anyway. If was only a few days ago that we found out that ... Read More »
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When the Nexus 4 was released, there was a big debacle about the factory image and source code not being released in full. No one commented on it, and reasons were not given. It somewhat defeated the purpose of having a Nexus device, if you couldn’t modify it to your heart’s content with the source ... Read More »
Less than three months after Jean-Baptiste Queru from Google announced the experimental addition of the Xperia S to the Android Open Source Project, Google has decided not to pursue further development. As it stands now, the AOSP build for the Sony Xperia S is able to boot up with support for 3G data and calling, microSD storage, Wi-Fi, multiple sensors ... Read More »
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Today Google announced they were releasing Android 4.1.2 to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). The release is a minor update to Android 4.1.1 and the release notes say it “improves performance and stability and fixes bugs.” Reports from around the web say that the update is already rolling out to the Nexus 7, and ... Read More »
“People are f*cking idiots if they bought a Nexus for updates,” said a commenter on reddit. I’m not sure if I fully agree with that statement, but I feel like an idiot after I purchased the Verizon Galaxy Nexus on launch day and then recommended it to our audience of hardcore Android fans.
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