Recently we reported about an issue that people who own Nexus One’s and have upgraded to “Gingerbread” have been having with a 3 second or so delay in hearing or being heard when answering calls on their device. People have been posting their issues in the Gingerbread issue tracker, but not getting much help.
Do you have CM7 on your Tablet? Or do you just want some cool tweaks for your phone? In the final release of CyanogemMod 7 (version 7.0.0), there is a
Yet another coveted Android ROM has leaked to the internet this week, this time in the form of Gingerbread for the EVO 4G. The popular Sprint handset is a favorite
Some Nexus One owners who rejoiced at getting Gingerbread in February have just weeks later begun griping about a bug in their phone’s version of Android 2.3. Affected users report
It is still unofficial, but the Motorola Droid X2 has been caught again on camera. This time it is showing off the boot animation featuring the famous Droid Eye
Earlier this year, Samsung and Google launched the first ever phone running Gingerbread, known as Nexus S. The Nexus S is an amazing device that offers a “Pure Google Experience.”
If you’re a Droid X owner pining for some Gingerbread and haven’t availed yourself of the recent leaked builds, it looks like your wait may soon be over: Android 2.3
Last year, T-Mobile USA launched the T-Mobile G2, which is a true successor to the first Android powered phone known as the T-mobile G1. The T-Mobile G2 is an amazing
An updated Android Test Market mysteriously appeared on Tech in 10’s Galaxy S Vibrant today. The result was the ability to download non-released and updated versions of a few of the core Android Apps like the Music Player and Gallery. Tech In 10 states that their Market changed on its own to a assumed test or developer version. The actual market does not show major differences on the surface, but it does include Google’s announced, but not yet implemented content ratings. T
There are more XPERIA X10 Mini images this morning for you to check out. We got the above image from Sense.net, showing the form factor of the Android 2.3 powered handset. Also pictured is a bit of the UXP launcher that Sony is implementing into it’s Android builds.
The one thing that I love about Android is the amazing development community behind it. We have developers of all kinds, working their fingers to the bone to bring us the latest and greatest software to our devices. The most notable of these is the CyanogenMod team.
Got a rooted Droid X or Droid 2? If you’ve been jonesing for some Gingerbread goodness, we have good news for you. The good devs at MyDroidWorld took leaked official
For those of us Android users that are looking forward to being able to literally do everything with our Android powered smart phones, Google has taken another step towards making that a reality by partnering with Mastercard and Citigroup to make NFC payments a reality.
With over 21,000 registered devices using CyanogenMod v7 RCs or Nightly Builds, it’s typically a very exciting moment when a new milestone is reached. Though most users that flash their
Boy Genius is reporting today that Best Buy has announced that they will be begin to take pre-orders for the Sprint version of the Nexus S starting today. There is no word on what the final pricing is going to be for the Gingerbread handset, but Boy Genius confirmed by contacting a Best Buy store that a deposit of $50 will guarantee you a phone on launch, which will be applied to the final purchase price. BGR also reports that the Sprint version is identical to the T-Mo version, but slightly thicker because of the CDMA and WiMAX radios. More information as we get it on the Sprint Nexus S.