12/07/2011, Amazon’s Kindle Fire received the CyanogenMod 7 ROM not too long ago, but if CM7 isn’t your thing or if you were more interested in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the good news is that a developer on the XDA forums is currently working on porting Ice Cream Sandwich over onto the Kindle Fire tablet.
12/05/2011, Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich is supposed to be the version of Android that bridged Gingerbread and Honeycomb, allowing both smartphone and tablet users the same experience across the board. Unfortunately Ice Cream Sandwich tablets have yet to be released/updated – at least until now.
12/01/2011, If you own the Droid Incredible 2 and you’ve been craving for some Ice Cream Sandwich, the good news is that a beta of the Ice Cream Sandwich ROM is now available for download from RootzWiki thanks to developer ProTekk. It should be noted that it is a beta and there are certain features that don’t work yet.
12/01/2011, At the moment the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the only device in the world to officially have Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 on board. There are a ton of other devices that are scheduled to receive the update, tablets included, but it appears that this mystery tablet from China may have beaten out the competition to be the first tablet to run on Android 4.0.
11/23/2011, So it seems that the Galaxy Nexus is will arriving on Verizon in December although no specific date was mentioned. However if the lack of a specific date or another potential delay does not sound like news you want to hear, perhaps this might cheer you up. It seems that if you’re willing to drop the cash, gray market importers in the US have reportedly gotten their hands on some […]
11/23/2011, Sony Ericsson has a couple of new devices coming up in the form of the Nozomi which is supposed to be their new flagship phone, the Aoba and the Nypon. The good news for those wondering about the Sony Ericsson Nypon is that photos and details of the device have surfaced, allowing us to take a glimpse at what’s to come.
11/21/2011, Good news Android tablet owners! It seems that according to Steve “Cyanogen” Kondik himself, it appears that CyanogenMod will be coming to tablets as well, which is great news especially since most manufacturers have only announced official updates for their smartphones, leaving many to wonder about the fate of tablets. We reported last week that CyanogenMod 9 was in the works for smartphones, and like we had mentioned in our […]
11/21/2011, While Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 has yet to make its way to the rest of us, for some of us on older devices that will not be getting the official Ice Cream Sandwich update, we can experience a part of ICS thanks to an XDA forum member who managed to release the ICS keyboard, giving us a taste of what’s to come.
11/21/2011, While those living in Europe may have gotten their hands on the Galaxy Nexus before those of us in the states, it seems that their joy may be short lived as a recent audio bug has popped up affecting those in Europe on the GSM 900MHz band. The problem here seems to be that the handset’s volume control has gotten a mind of its own, as it jumps back and […]
11/21/2011, One of the “perks” that Android has over iOS is its ability to run Flash, so much so that the inclusion of Adobe’s Flash Player is more or less expected on Android. Oddly enough that does not seem to be the case with Google’s latest Android build – Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.
11/17/2011, Google has released the tech specs of Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which confirms that the carrier will be getting the handset. If only they would just give us a date already! The tech specs tell us pretty much what we’ve come to expect and know about the device, with some slight modifications which are expected due to Verizon’s model being of the 4G LTE variety.
11/17/2011, Verizon/Samsung have done a pretty good job at teasing US customers with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. While folks in the UK are already enjoying their brand new Android 4.0 handset, those of us in the US are left without a release date. To make matters worse, a “getting started” video for the Galaxy Nexus has been uploaded onto YouTube sporting none other than Verizon’s logo.
11/17/2011, Sometimes being the first in line doesn’t always pay off, as Alex Ioannu discovered much to his dismay. He was the first in line to get his hand on Samsung’s brand new Galaxy Nexus at the UK launch, but when he got home he discovered that this was not the device that he paid for as his device was loaded up with an older Android 4.0 developer ROM.
11/17/2011, When Google released the source code for their Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 update, we knew that it wouldn’t take long for developers to get their hands on the source code and begin cooking up something tasty for the Android world, and team CyanogenMod wasted no time in doing so.