Shortly after Samsung announced they wouldn’t be updating their Galaxy S line of handsets to Android 4, Ice Cream Sandwich, word got out that the company was working on some sort of enhancement package for the device known as a “value pack,” or ICS-lite. Unfortunately, a Samsung spokesperson speaking with Read More »
With Android 4.0 being one of the most hyped updates for Google’s mobile operating system, most manufacturers have been announcing details about their plans to roll out software upgrades. No one wants to stay behind, right? LG has just given us another update about their upgrade plans, and it looks like Q2 is when LG ... Read More »
It was four days ago now, December 16th, when Google first announced they’d be rolling out an update to Ice Cream Sandwich for the Samsung Nexus S. Due to various errors and problems being reported by users from all over the web, the update is being put on hold for some.
Problems associated ... Read More »
Google promised that the Nexus S would be updated to Android 4.0 shortly after the Galaxy Nexus was released. Sure enough, just one day after the Verizon Nexus hit shelves across the nation, Ice Cream Sandwich for the Nexus S has hit the air.
As for how the update will play out, it will be ... Read More »
Today’s a great day for Galaxy Nexus users on Verizon. Not only do you finally have the phone of your dreams in your hands, there’s good chance you’ve already seen an update that makes it even better.
Android 4.0.2 is rolling out for the the Verizon Galaxy Nexus in order to tackle some ... Read More »
One of the biggest draws of owning a Nexus device is getting updates directly from Google. In fact, it’s one of the few things that make a Nexus a Nexus. We’ve talked about this on Android and Me many times and more, but today it bears repeating. Because apparently, not all Nexus devices are created ... Read More »
Throughout the madness that has become the US launch of the Galaxy Nexus, it’s been easy to forget that Samsung’s latest device won’t be the only US phone to run stock Android before the year is over. Some time ago, Google made an announcement that Android 4.0 would be rolled out to Nexus S devices ... Read More »
Last week we rolled out a a major update to our scoring system. Along with the points that we’ve had for months, we introduced a 1-100 scale that ranks your account in relation to other And Me Accounts on the site. After a week of close monitoring, we’re back with some exciting new ... Read More »
Whenever Google is put in the hot seat and questioned on the future of the company in a post-Motorola purchase world, they give the same answer: “We won’t play favorites in the way people are concerned about.” Every time I see this, I can’t help but wonder why Google, (or Schmidt, in this case) leaves ... Read More »
Motorola Xoom owners were greeted with a nice surprise today in the form of an update that included the latest version of the Android Market.
Similar to the Market already available on most phones, the latest tablet-optimized version of the Android Market features a tile layout that easily organizes new apps, games, books and more. ... Read More »