We aren’t sure how active the entire Xperia Play development community is but we did hear it will be getting CyanogenMod 7 soon so that is a start. Some new breakthroughs over on XDA are showing that users soon might be
The rest of the world may be keeping the Samsung Galaxy S II from us here in the states, but to show we’re not bitter the Google+ app is now available to download internationally. If you have a Google+ account, but
The Galaxy S II officially has Gingerbread, but it is ONLY 2.3.3. Well if this bothers you, devs have gotten a hold of a leak and now have a custom ROM to get you that 0.0.1 bump to the absolute latest version. The ROM,
The Atrix, the first dual-core phone here in the U.S. brought a lot of power to the table, but it also brought a lot of heartbreak. The heartbreak at its locked bootloader helped push ahead the FreeMyMoto campaign which helped
Those developers over at XDA and other popular development communities are at it again working hard to bring us the things we need, things like temp-root for the HTC EVO 3D and the Sensation 4G. Earlier the group TeamWin found an
We just found out about the exploit this morning that TeamWin was working on and it looks like it didn’t take those smart devs very long because according to the latest tweet by Kevin Brucket as @agrabren he has now rooted
You may not know who TeamWin is but they are the guys that brought things like WIMAX and HDMI Mirror to CM7 for the EVO. They are hard at work but they have families and jobs just like the rest of us and this will take time.
The Samsung Galaxy S II may not be available from any US carriers, but those who have imported it are able to use it on AT&T’s “4G” HSPA+ network. If you are using the Galaxy S II on AT&T however, there
If you hadn’t noticed, most of the hardware in Honeycomb tablets looks a little similar. Since they’re all running on NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 chipset, and we’ve already seen the Transformer and Xoom overclocked.