Ah, the wonders of the XDA-Developer Forums! So much good talent among the developers there! One in particular, ezterry, has ported the myTouch 3G’s Froyo 2.2 update to the Godfather
Samsung has made their Android 2.2 Froyo build available to Galaxy S handsets in the UK, but when will it hit the United States? According to the latest batch of related news, this could be sooner, rather than later.
Samsung UK has officially started rolling Android 2.2 out to their beloved GT-I9000 Galaxy S handset. According to their twitter account, the update has begun already and will hit everyone by the end of November.
I love Google Instant. I wish Google ran my local DMV, and ran it like Google Instant. My enter key feels neglected sometimes and cries for attention late at night.
Want some news about LG’s new Android tablet powerhouse? Last we heard from the Korean tech giant LG, it was scrapping plans for Froyo and looking forward to a more
This is not going to be what you T-Mobile myTouch 3G owners wanted to hear, to those of you still waiting for Android 2.2 to get out to your device.
The MyTouch 4G is going to hit the stores on November 3rd for $200 after a $50 mail-in rebate. Consumers purchasing the device also get a 8 GB microSD card
It looks like all manufacturers are giving some early Christmas-presents. We’ve seen the 2.1 update for the Xperia, the HTC Wildfire, and more goodies are coming! Archos is joining the hype too, giving their brand new Generation 8 tablets a Froyo update.
I have a personal gripe about European Android devices being cooler then ours. I know, you disagree, but take the Galaxy Beam for example… I have coveted that bugger since
Android has a whole lot of platform versions, splintering the market. For some developers it’s really hard to choose between compatibility and new features. Developing for Android 2.2 means that
Word is coming in that various users across Europe (Norway, Denmark, and Sweden) are seeing Android 2.2 updates to their Samsung Galaxy S phones.
Today, Samsung has published a file in its open-source portal what seems to be the final Froyo update for the Galaxy S.
T-Mobile is about to start making good on their promise to leave no (myTouch) phone behind. According to information obtained by TmoNews, the carrier is set to roll out Android
South Korean handset maker LG Electronics Inc said yesterday that they were calling off plans to launch an Android 2.2 tablet. According to an unnamed official, Android 2.2 ‘Froyo’ is not the best platform for them to launch their first tablet on.
It appears that an official Android 2.2 build has leaked for the Samsung Galaxy S series AT&T Captivate. A user from XDA forums going by the name of designgears has