trying to get used to the new Google Play moniker for the former Android Market, but Google itself is full steam ahead and has already released its forst notable update to the service. The 3.5.15 update to the familiar Vending APK doesn't change things as drastically as the last one, but there's still a few useful features you'll want to check out, the first of which is the new My Apps section with tabs accessible by swiping right from the front page. The software should be rolling out to just about everybody in the next couple of days, but if you can't wait, the guys at XDA have already put up an APK for one and all.
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more than a little upset that the official Ice Cream Sandwich update was months overdue. Now Engadget claims an anonymous source saying that Google intends to sestart the long overdue OTA software process in "the next few weeks". Take it for what it's worth (and without a confirmed cource, it isn't worth much) but it's at lest a ray of hope that those who paid for Nexus hardware and timely software will finally get their money's worth.
began rolling out to owners of the Samsung Nexus S, Google's developer phone that was less than a year old at the time. Almost immediately Google pulled the update, citing battery and WiFi issues. Three months later, there hasn't been a peep out of Google on the status of the update - which is small comfort to owners of the Nexus S CDMA variant, who haven't seen any update at all.
its official blog. It's a pretty predictable bunch; none of the phones is older than 18 months or so, and all the mid-range and high-end phones released in the last year are present. There are a few surprises, like the HTC Rhyme and the Thunderbolt (not that they aren't appreciated) and some phones that we already knew about, like the Sensation series and the Vivid/Raider.
Samsung Galaxy S II owners in continental Europe and South Korea are getting their updates. The update includes HTC Sense 4.0 that's found on the new HTC One series, though it's reportedly significantly faster than the previous 3.5 build on the Velocity.
updated its outlook, but unless you have the international Motorola RAZR (not Verizon's DROID RAZR) things still aren't looking that great. As a developer device, the XOOM tablet's WiFi version already has Ice Cream Sandwich, but everyone else is waiting for an OTA update - and they'll be doing so for quite a while.
just released some information today regarding their lineup of Android smartphones. Detailing what devices will get the tasty treat we all know and love that is Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. According to Verizon most of their recent devices will see updates, as well as older phones like the ThunderBolt but surprisingly many didn't make the cut.