CyanogenMod, the popular custom ROM that has somewhat become the go-to-guy for alternative and innovative Android solutions, will soon make that process super easy with a native screen recording utility.
Samsung event gets closer it seems the Galaxy S4 related leaks and rumors seem to be going into overdrive. We recently mentioned those screenshots showing the Smart Scroll and Smart Pause features and now it looks like we are getting a look at some screenshots from a US model Galaxy S4. The images come courtesy of the folks at GSM Israel and while these seem believable enough, we have to remain skeptical.
officers over at Android Police have uncovered some code that indicates Ice Cream Sandwich phones starting with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be able to take screenshots without any additional software or rooting. The addition is a long time coming - while screenshot capabilities have technically been a part of Android since its beginning, it's always been a bit of hassle. The new process will allow any user to take a screenshot by pressing the Power and Volume Down buttons at the same time.
Screencast and screen recorder and our only complaint was we didn't have audio, that all changes today as they've just updated and have introduced audio recording to the application.
Nexus Prime video was leaked, then the Nexus Prime and ICS launch event was canceled (possible on the 27th now), and in general the news just keeps getting better for Android fans.
developers over at XDA and we have some pictures for you and a video.
Media Solutions they have both a free version to test the app and try all of the features, as well as a paid version for $2.99 for those wanting to record for a bit longer.
HTC Bliss we showed you again yesterday. While the leaked photos didn't show us the new user interface, today they have leaked for your viewing pleasure and we have all the goods after the break below.
RootzWiki are claiming these are 100% legit and real screenshots but we will just let you decide.