The OnePlus One is now receiving an update to Cyanogen OS 13.1 which, among other things, brings with it Mods support. What that means ... Read More »
Yes, you are reading that title correctly. After years upon years of receiving unofficial ports of every version of Android and a few other operating systems to boot, the HTC HD2 has just received a working port of Android 6.0, Marshmallow.
Working is a relative term, of course, as pretty much nothing besides the screen, ... Read More »
By now, I’m sure you’re all familiar with Dustin’s thoughts on the Nexus 7. But there’s another side to the story. I, for one, really like my Nexus 7. Mine still performs admirably for a one-year-old device. In fact, I even bought my dad one for Father’s Day. As far as I’m concerned, ... Read More »
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When it comes to alternative software for your Android device, CyanogenMod is still the cream of the crop. Over the weekend, the first semi-stable builds of CyanogenMod 10.1 were made available for select devices, giving us an idea of just how far CyanogenMod 10.1 is into development.
With the release of CyanogenMod 10.1 Milestone 1, ... Read More »
The Nexus 7 is a very capable little device. With a little tinkering, it is capable of running MIUI, a highly customized version of Android that takes after iOS, Ubuntu, and coming soon, Chromium OS.
Android developer Hexxeh has posted a video on his blog proving that he has Chromium OS, the open ... Read More »
When it comes to the wide world of custom third-party Android firmwares, three names have been established as the crÃ¨me de la crÃ¨me: 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 »
The most talked about new feature to come out of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean has to be Google Now, Google’s answer to the virtual personal assistant craze. Unfortunately, there’s only a couple of devices officially capable of running Jelly Bean and using Google Now at the moment, and outside of officially-updated devices, only those who ... Read More »
Android 4.1, Jelly Bean, was just announced some 24 hours ago, and already the Android community has it up and running on several Galaxy Nexus models. So you say you want to give it a go for yourself? Here’s what you need to know:
Keep in mind that when doing these kinds of things, you ... Read More »
Now that Android 4.0.4 for the Nexus S (i9023, i9020-T) is out, you may be wondering how to get your device up and running with the latest version of Android. Allow us to help. If you’re running stock 4.0.3 or any ROM with Clockwork Mod Recovery, the process to update your device couldn’t be ... Read More »
The Android modding community will never cease to amaze me. XDA developer NODO-GT has recently developed a software mod for the HTC Sensation 4G that drastically improves the device’s imaging capabilities with a few simple flashable files.