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.
11/30/2011, If you own the recently release Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, the good news is that if you have been itching to install some custom ROMs or make some modifications to the device, a root method for the tablet has recently been uncovered, although we’re not sure if this root method will work across the board (i.e. T-Mobile’s version of the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus). However for those interested in […]
11/17/2011, It was discovered not too long ago that the Amazon Kindle Fire could sideload apps not from Amazon’s app store, so we guess we can’t say that we’re too surprised to hear that the Barnes & Noble’s recently launched Nook Tablet gained that ability as well.
10/31/2011, For those who own slightly older Android devices and you’re worried about Ice Cream Sandwich not making its way onto your device, you can now add another phone to the list of Android smartphones that have received the Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) port in the form of the Samsung Galaxy S.
09/20/2011, We reported last week that HTC had plans to introduce the HTC Sensation XE, an Android device that’s basically an upgrade to the HTC Sensation, and at the same time would be sporting Beats Audio technology integrated into it. If you only just got your hands on the HTC Sensation and you’re feeling a little cheated by the announcement, not to worry as there is a ROM now available that […]
09/19/2011, Just last week we reported that the Samsung Epic Touch 4G had it source code released by Samsung, in an effort to give back to the Android developer’s community. Unfortunately at that time, the source code release and all its mods and ROMs that followed would be pretty much moot unless the device itself was rooted.
09/01/2011, Worried about your privacy? If you are, perhaps you may want to hold off from updating your HTC Sensation and EVO 3D to the latest Gingerbread OTA. Why? It appears that a commonly used Sense system app called CIQ added a new feature in the OTA which they’re calling “User Behavior Logging”.
04/15/2011, It looks like what HTC said about Sense 3.0 not being able to work on their older Android phones isn’t true after all – it’s either a ploy by HTC to get you to buy their newer phones, or the company just doesn’t want to bother developing Sense for their older models anymore. Well the folks over at XDA-developers managed to get their hands on the HTC Sensation/Pyramid ROM dump […]
04/14/2011, The other day, a HTC spokesperson was quoted as saying Gingerbread (Android 2.3) would be arriving on the EVO 4G, though an exact date wasn’t given (Q2) and now it looks like the build could be making its way to your phone sooner than later. Some folks have managed to acquire a leaked version of the EVO 4G Gingerbread ROM and have posted it up online for anyone to everybody to […]
03/07/2011, If there’s one thing you can be sure of about the Android community, it’s their dedication to get things done especially when it comes to porting the latest versions of Android to different phones. The folks over at XDA-developers have done it again. This time they’ve managed to port Honeycomb over to the HTC HD2 – a phone that was built to run Windows Mobile. Anyway, like most first versions […]
11/01/2010, Palm devices may not be the most popular phones out there at the moment, but there are plenty of webOS fans out there. While not everybody might be hot on getting Palm’s hardware, there are many who wish that the software was available for other devices (which it isn’t). That being said, the folks over at XDA Developers think they might be able to do something about it, and they’ve […]