Samsung Galaxy S4 Developer Edition available for Verizon at $649

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Back in May, we told you that developer edition of the Samsung Galaxy S4 is headed towards AT&T and Verizon, and we might see it soon. And guess who won the race? Samsung officially unveiled the developer edition of the famous smartphone for Verizon, and it is available for $649 directly ...

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HTCdev adds several devices to Unlocked Bootloader Menu

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One of the responsibilities of the HTCdev team includes providing a method to unlock the bootloader on several HTC devices. They now allow users to unlock the bootloader on over 30 devices worldwide. Last month we saw them unlock six more handsets on devices near 2 years old. This time around, ...

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HTC makes good on promise, all future devices to be unlockable

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Peter Chou has made good on his word to no longer lock the bootloaders of HTC Android phones. It was noticed by XDA member Nightwing, while tweaking an HTC Rezound. Upon being questioned, HTCDev posted the following message, reassuring users of their commitment to an open Android experience: ...

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Good news from Asus for Transformer Prime users

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Asus heard and responded to the irate customers on Facebook and Twitter, sounding off about the locked and encrypted bootloader on the Transformer Prime. Asus announced that it is working on a bootloader unlocking tool. But with this comes a couple of downfalls. The first is obvious: the ...

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HTC Adds Flyer to List of Devices with Unlocked Bootloader Support

HTC has quietly added yet another device to their officially support unlocked bootloaders, this time tossing their Flyer tablet in the mix. The growing list also includes various versions of the Evo 3D,  as well as the Sensation, and Sensation 4G. Should you own of these 7-inch Android tablets, ...

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Future Samsung Devices not to Have Locked Bootloaders!

Today is a good day for ROM flashers who intend to buy a new Samsung device. Supercurio’s source says that the future Samsung devices will not use a locked bootloader, unless if Google would require it specifically — which is a small chance. The same source says about the bootloader ...

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