It may be a bit late to the party, but the Android 4.1 updates for the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus on Sprint are finally available. The Android 4.1 update includes Google Now, Project Butter, offline voice dictation, improved camera and Enhanced Notifications. Be sure to check out our Andoid 4.1 overview for ... Read More »
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Samsung is no stranger to taking an idea that has been poorly executed in the past, and getting it right. But even for the world’s number one Android manufacturer, building a successful point-and-shoot camera powered by Android is no easy task.
Where others have failed, Samsung is looking to succeed. They’re taking the best the ... Read More »
When Google released Android 4.1 for the GSM Galaxy Nexus we knew it would be awhile before the update finally reached the CDMA versions of the device on Sprint and Verizon. Thanks to a leaked update file we can now confirm Verizon is testing the update for their Galaxy Nexus.
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Samsung’s Unpacked event at IFA 2012 isn’t all about new devices. Amongst the announcement of the Note II and Galaxy Camera, the Galaxy S III and Note 10.1 both got a mention in regards to when they’ll be updated to Android 4.1, Jelly Bean.
There’s still no exact date, but during ... Read More »
Taking pictures with your Android powered phone has improved over the past few years, but we all know our phones are still outclassed even by the cheapest point-and-shoot cameras on the market. With that in mind, Samsung has just unveiled its new Android powered Samsung Galaxy Camera with all the bells and whistles you’d expect from a ... Read More »
The official unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy Note II is literally just around the corner, but it seems the final details have managed to leak out at the last minute. PocketNow has posted new details about the Galaxy Note II. Most the design elements found on the Samsung Galaxy S III are included (not too ... Read More »
Now that Google has released the Nexus 7, and rolled out updates for the Galaxy Nexus to Android 4.1, we’re already looking forward to what’s next. We’re fairly confident the next big update to hit Android will be known as Key Lime Pie, but when will we finally see it?
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When it comes to the wide world of custom third-party Android firmwares, three names have been established as the crème de la crème: CyanogenMod, AOKP and MIUI. All three ROMs have managed to stay caught up with the Android Open Source Project–in most cases beating manufacturers to the punch with better, faster updates. CyanogenMod began ... Read More »
Samsung isn’t wasting any time in working to deliver Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to its latest flagship devices. Android 4.1 has been “confirmed” by SamMobile to be in testing for both the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note, and the Galaxy S III has not only been caught on film running Jelly Bean, ... Read More »
Announced today on the official CM blog, Android 4.0 based CyanogenMod 9 stable builds will be released for a handful of devices tonight.
For months now, developers from all over the world have been joining forces, working together towards a mass release of CyanogenMod 9. Some two and a half months after the ... Read More »