Verizon HTC One max users, today’s your lucky day. Available now as an over the air (OTA) update, Big Red’s HTC One max variant is finally being updated to the latest version of HTC’s good looking third-party firmware, Sense 6.0.
The update, which weighs in at 613.5MB and brings your device ... Read More »
Right on the heels of the Android 4.4.4 soak test starting its rollout for the Sprint Moto X, AT&T has released the Android 4.4.4 update to its own model of the Moto X. But you don’t have to be a participant of the soak test ... Read More »
It appears that Motorola’s insanely quick update pace has slowed down as of late. While KitKat is abundant on the company’s more recent devices, updates to the very latest — and insignificantly different — versions of Android have slowed down. However, Sprint and Motorola have one for us now.
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The Samsung Galaxy S5 packs some of the latest hardware available (though the Galaxy S5 LTE-A is a bit better), and its speed shows that. But there’s no doubt in my mind that the S5 has more lag than it should, most likely due to ... Read More »
Samsung has a new flagship out, but older devices haven’t been left behind. In fact, Samsung is now adding some Galaxy S5 features to the older Galaxy Note 3. In the UK, the Galaxy Note 3 is beginning to get an update featuring both Download Booster and KNOX 2.0, both first seen on the Galaxy ... Read More »
Usually, Motorola is the quickest with Android updates. With the 4.4 KitKat, 4.4.2 and even 4.4.3 updates, Motorola was the first to upgrade its devices — aside from Google, that is. Motorola hasn’t pushed any Android 4.4.4 updates yet, though, and now it’s been beaten to the punch by Sony.
The Sony Xperia Z1, Z1 Compact and ... Read More »
Many people have been asking about updates to the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note II. Apparently it’s a very popular device, and with its good specs and serious power under the hood, I am not surprised. Thankfully, the many owners of this device are getting a treat from Samsung and AT&T, because the device is being updated to ... Read More »
Samsung has been on fire with these updates lately. We know that KitKat 4.4.2 was released quite a while ago by now, but most companies don’t support older devices whatsoever. But Samsung is pushing out new updates for old devices constantly, and today is no different. Samsung and Verizon are updating both the Galaxy S ... Read More »
Samsung is known for supporting old devices well. The Samsung Galaxy S II was updated from Gingerbread all the way up to Jelly Bean 4.1, with many smaller updates in between, giving it a lifespan of almost two years. However, it looks like the Galaxy S III will beat that record by quite a bit. ... Read More »
The LG G3 has a cool feature called Knock Code. It’s an extension of LG Knock, which allows you to turn your phone or tablet on and off with a simple double tap on the display. For devices without physical home buttons, it’s really useful to just tap on a sleeping phone and have it wake up without having ... Read More »