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Samsung's latest S Pen phablet may be a wonderful device, but the Galaxy Note 3 has also been shrouded in controversy, some of which involve the new KNOX security framework. But now thanks to some developers from XDA, at least one of those problems can be put the rest and owners will now be able root their devices without tripping up KNOX.
XDA Developers, user Sletmo has created a Google Now workaround which will display information in just about any language.
HTC HD2 smartphone receives yet another breath of life. Thanks to some ardent souls over at XDA developers, the well-aged smartphone is getting the latest iteration of HTC's custom Android interface, the HTC Sense 5.
Nexus 4, according to the guys at XDA-Developers. Sadly, it only works in Canada, so the rest us are left out of this one. If you are in Canada, by simply entering a code hidden away in the phone you can LTE speeds. It almost seems too easy, but multiple users in Canada have tried it, and are showing data speeds that are right on par with you would expect to see from a 4G connected phone.
Galaxy S III devices. It isn't hard to imagine why, considering that many draw comparisons between Local Search and Siri and Samsung has already been through enough legal tussles with Apple to last a lifetime. Sadly, it seems like Local Search isn't coming back anytime soon, but there is a way to fix it, provided you aren't against rooting your S III and doing a little work under the hood.
over at XDA.
HTC myTouch 4G Slide was at the top of its class upon its initial release, and now early adopters can take advantage of an early Alpha Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) port thanks to XDA Developer tbalden. Named 'Futureal', this ROM ports the earlier leaked HTC One X firmware to the myTouch 4G Slide. It's all done through ClockworkMod recovery, thus requiring root access to your device.
leaked a few days ago - but developers have already compiled a couple easily flashable ROMs for the public to try out. Not only that, they've taken out some of Verizon's 'bloatware' to help it run even smoother.