Droid Incredible Now Expected to See Froyo Update Tomorrow

Think of this post as a Monopoly-style "Bank error in your favor". The Droid Incredible is now expected to see Android 2.2 updates as early as tomorrow, August 27th. This is a few days earlier than what we had last heard and only a couple of weeks beyond the initial rumored time frame.

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Galaxy S Unlockable, T-Mobile Vibrant Supports AT&T 3G

It was a very slow day, but we have a bit of breaking news tonight.  Engadget is reporting that Dagentooboy of XDA-Developers has discovered that the codes used to unlock the Samsung Galaxy S are not stored at Samsung headquarters, but in a .BAK file on the handset.  The codes are in fact so ...

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Froyo for Droid X Leaked (Updated)

Droid X owners, you’ll probably be getting a Froyo update OTA sooner rather than later, but if you need it now and want to take matters into your own hands, you can do so. Keep in mind: this is a likely unfinished, probably still buggy pre-release version of Froyo for the Droid X that ...

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Get a Speed Boost with New N1 Radio

The XDA Developers site is reporting to day that they have had some of their members reporting a drastic speed increase when in a 3G signal area with the installation of a new radio on their N1′s.  The new version of the radio comes from a Korean N1 build, users noticed the version number ...

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HTC Merge – New Android Phone Sneaks into Verizon Inventory System

A new device has shown up in Verizon's inventory system known as the HTC Merge. Details about the device are extremely sketchy at this point, with literally nothing coming out of either Verizon or HTC.

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Droid Froyo OTA Goes Live

Reports are trickling in about the Moto Droid Froyo update, saying that Verizon has begun rolling out Android 2.2 to the original Motorola Droid yesterday. I know, some of you rooted Droid owners have had Froyo for a few weeks, but this is the first official OTA (over-the-air) 2.2 release. ...

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HTC Releases Source Code for Droid Incredible, EVO 4G

Today brings welcome news to Droid Incredible and EVO 4G owners who like to dabble in rooting and ROM-flashing.  HTC has released the source code for the two popular super phones, undoubtedly leading to some great new looking builds.  While this doesn’t mean much to the average Android ...

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One Click Lag Fix for Galaxy S Phones

The power of the Android community continues to amaze me, as there is now a one-click fix for the lag issues we have been hearing about with the Galaxy S phones out there.  Developed and released by a private individual, it is awesome that we have a platform where the crowd can work on ...

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USB Tethering Works on Droid with Froyo…But You Have to Pay.

I have been patiently waiting for Froyo for months. The one thing I really wanted was WiFi tethering. Then I found out that wasn’t coming to the Droid. I was upset. I do a lot of work on the road, and while I can usually handle everything from my Droid – it would be nice... Read More

Hitler Ready to Ditch His Cliq for Windows Mobile over 2.1 Update [HUMOR, VIDEO]

Apparently, it's not just us common folk who are up in arms over the Motorola Cliq and its lack of a 2.1 update. It appears Hitler is also one of the few unfortunate souls waiting on an announcement or update. Things are getting so bad that he is considering switching to Windows Mobile or rooting.

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Froyo Manual Update Now Available for Motorola Droid

The Android 2.2 update for the Motorola Droid has finally been released for manual update! That’s right, all that Froyo goodness is finally here for you to enjoy.  To manually update your Droid, read the directions below.

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Copy Paste It Adds Copy/Paste Across the Whole Android System

Android has had cut/paste functionality since day one, but sometimes it is limited to cutting and pasting within an individual app or functionality on our handsets. The video below highlights a new app from Edward Kim called Copy Paste It that brings universal cut-and-paste functionality to ...

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Official Froyo 2.2 for EVO 4G

The guys over at XDA Developers have released information about the 2.2 update for the HTC EVO 4G by Sprint.  As we mentioned before, the official release is going live starting today, August 2, but EVO users can grab it now.  This file has NOT been rooted, so if you install it on a rooted... ...

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Droid Does Everything…. Except Tethering

Phone Scoop is reporting today that when the Motorola Droid gets Froyo later on, it will not have the native tether, nor the wi-fi hotspot capabilities.  The reason?  Check this quote out: The Motorola Droid, however, will not offer these features. Verizon Wireless spokesperson Brenda Raney ...

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Motorola Open Sources Droid X

It appears Motorola may have finally given us what we wanted: the open source software for the Droid X. That’s right, now developers can mess around with the 4.3-inch beast even more! This isn’t quite as exciting as the 1-Click Root that came to the Droid X just a few days ago, but ...

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