Earlier this year Google announced Project Fi which is the company’s attempt at being their own carrier, even though technically the company would be piggybacking on Sprint and T-Mobile’s network. Now Google had stated that they planned to start off slowly and at the time of launch, they stated that only the Nexus 6 was the only phone that was supported.
Apparently this is because of the hardware used that allows it to work on Project Fi. However it turns out that might not necessarily be true. According to XDA forum member Robpol86, it seems that he has managed to get Project Fi up and running on his Nexus 5. Naturally we’re sure many have tried it in the past, but perhaps his method could be worth checking out. Read full post →Google’s Project Fi Successfully Activated On A Nexus 5
The camera on the HTC One M9 isn’t exactly spectacular despite HTC’s attempts. The company had pushed out an update earlier this year followed by another one a couple of weeks ago. However the update that was released a couple of weeks ago was for the global version of the phone, meaning that handsets on carriers had to wait.
The good news is that if you’re a HTC One M9 owner on Sprint, you might not have to wait too long. According to a recent tweet by HTC’s Mo Versi, he has revealed that the camera improvement update for the Sprint version of the phone is scheduled for a release on the 1st of July which is only in a couple of days! Read full post →Sprint’s HTC One M9’s Camera Improvement Update Coming 1st July