reviewed the G2 it basically right after those reports came out and the problem seemed to be fixed, if not OVERLY fixed with a super tight fitting hinge that seemed like it'd never get loose again. Now there's official word that indeed, T-Mobile did work out the problem, a T-Mobile rep telling XDA user hyunnnnny they'd even gone so far as to replace older versions with working ones.
Monthly Archive: December 2013
Millenius Pty Ltd in Melbourne have just snapped up a couple of pics of Android TV, a device that supposedly runs Android 2.2, full HD 1080P Video Decoder, HDMI, Support for Flash 10.1, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 1GHz Cortex A8 CPU, Android Market, and has a total of 3 (or is it 2?) USB 2.0 ports.
boot screen, browser demo, and hardware demo, this is the demonstration of Notion Ink Adam's GPS Mapping app. This app is developed by Merio, and rather than just enlarging Google Maps to its giant 10.1-inch display, Adam brings forth this whole new lovely situation supporting POIs, turn-by-turn directions, and of course, 3D!
tweet from the folks at Cyanogen that said they'd not released an official version of 7 because they'd not fixed the camcorder yet. Later that day, a fix did indeed occur. XDA Developers forum member Koush released an alpha version with the fix, the real deal undoubtedly now heading up quick.
unlocked the free version of its software to support unlimited track IDs. Previously, SoundHound - which is available for Android devices as well as iOS devices - only supported five IDs per month in the free version, requiring an upgrade to the premium app for any more than that. The app also shows lyrics, artist information and previews the top songs. SoundHound is still offering the premium app, for those who don't want adverts.