If you own Samsung’s tough and rugged Galaxy S5 Active or it’s sleek, metallic younger brother, the Galaxy Alpha, the sweetness of Android Lollipop is coming to you now. Over-the-air
The Galaxy S3 was arguably the best phone of 2012 – it was the first smartphone to have a quad-core SoC, and the 4G variant bumped up the normal Galaxy S3
Long awaited, or better said rumored, Android 4.4.3 has started rolling out on LG Nexus devices after reaching Sprint’s Nexus 5 in April. First in line is Asus Nexus 7
If you own a Tegra Note 7 device, you should be seeing an update soon – if you haven’t already. NVIDIA announced earlier this week that it was releasing an
Thank goodness for the folks over at XDA. According to 2 separate (yet equal?) threads, we’re seeing OTA updates coming to both the Nexus 10 and the Nexus 4. The
Google never fails to do something last minute that makes users happy. Today is no exception, as they’ve just released the Jelly Bean OTA to the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus. The
In a process called “eating your own dog food,” Google employees with a Nexus S began receiving the Ice Cream Sandwich OTA on Friday. “Dog fooding” is a process in
Thunderbolt owners! Open your settings, go to “Software Update”, and click “Check New”, because Verizon has just sent out the 1.70.605.0 build! While it is still Froyo, the update does include some enhancements.
G2 owners! It really looks like 2.3 Gingerbread update you’ve been waiting for is almost here! TmoNews is reporting that G2 owners, whom have ordered replacement phones, have gotten their new G2s with Gingerbread already pre-installed! On top of that, a leaked HTC document (as seen below) further pushes the notion that we are getting very close to an OTA rollout.
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
Tonight on the Android Guys Thursday Night Droid-cast stream, (wow that is a mouthful) #36 (wait wasn’t #36 last week? NO IT NEVER HAPPENED): You can listen and watch LIVE
Rejoice newer myTouch users! Months after original myTouch owners had their Froyo delivered, T-Mobile has just announced that the myTouch 1.2 (3.5mm headphone jack version) and the myTouch Fender LE are the next in line for the tasty treat. MyTouch Slide users still have to wait a little bit longer, though, due to two specific issues.
Ahhhh, it must be nice having a handset that Samsung acutally pays attention to. We are getting work that Nexus S owners are getting an update already for their device.