November, 2011
Archive

  • LG Optimus series to be first LG devices with Android 4.0

    If you are the owner of an LG smartphone that wants to know when your device will get the upgrade to Android 4.0, LG has a bit of information today. An official Facebook post has fingered the devices that will be getting the

    November 28, 2011 • Views: 240

  • Galaxy Nexus boot image with volume fix lands

    If you are tired of the volume bug on your Galaxy Nexus and waiting for the fix to the bug to hit from Samsung, you can grab the official boot image with the fix now. Modaco has a link to the official file up for you to download.

    November 28, 2011 • Views: 185

  • Video of Acer Iconia Tab A200 leaks

    Those big on Acer tablets will like the latest leak that has been spied. What appears to be the video promo for the Acer Iconia Tab A200 has leaked showing off a few more details and offering a better look at the tablet than we

    November 28, 2011 • Views: 232

  • SPB Software gobbled up by Yandex

    A nice 3D interface certainly makes our smartphones and tablets look better and one of the firms we have talked about a few times called SPB Software is being purchased by another firm called Yandex. The move will see new 3D UIs

    November 28, 2011 • Views: 342

  • Android Community Weekly: November 27, 2011

    Its been another great week of news here at Android Community, so let me sort out some of the high points for you. Most important to many, our sister site SlashGear had taken the time to extensively review both the Samsung Galaxy

    November 27, 2011 • Views: 200

  • CyanogenMod 9 beta comes to Galaxy S, alpha for Nexus S

    We love us some custom ROMs here at Android Community, and perhaps none more than the venerable CyanogenMod. Steve Kondik and his team announced that they would begin on version 9 just after the Ice Cream Sandwich source code

    November 27, 2011 • Views: 1312

  • Verizon pits DROID 4 against DROID RAZR, ends in stalemate

    “Sieve” doesn’t really describe the DROID 4 leaks at this point. In amongst a smattering of press images for the as-yet-unconfirmed phone (as if we needed it at this point) came a direct comparison of the DROID

    November 27, 2011 • Views: 293

  • Android Market website updated to support rooted devices

    Google has updated their Android Market website to allow any user, with the Android Market installed of course, to push applications for automatic download on their devices. Many rooted devices haven’t had a problem with

    November 26, 2011 • Views: 409

  • Archos Arnova 7b and 10b G2 specs released

    Official specifications of the Archos Arnova 7b and 10b G2 tablets have been released, and these economically savvy devices look to be decently equipped. Both tablets will ship with Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) on-board and

    November 25, 2011 • Views: 544

  • ClockworkMod “somewhat” working on the Nook Tablet

    It seems that ClockworkMod may have been successfully ported to the recently released Barnes & Noble NOOK Tablet. If this new tablet is just as hackable as its former NOOK Color, then we could very well see Android 4.0 (Ice

    November 25, 2011 • Views: 319