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Back in February, we had reported that one of the developers over at XDA forum is working hard on bringing CM9, based on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, to the Galaxy W. The Galaxy W is a mid-range Android smartphone from Samsung, that has more than enough horsepower under the hood to run Ice Cream Sandwich [...]

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Sony has until now, released one alpha and one beta Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for the Xperia Arc S, Neo V and the Ray. While the alpha ROM was pretty much unusable, the beta ROM was much better and included some new features as well. However, the company also received a lot of requests from [...]

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Yesterday, Google rolled out the official Android 4.0.4 update for the Nexus S, Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi edition in the United States, along with pushing it to AOSP. Even though 4.0.4 is a minor bump in the Android version, it includes lot of underlying changes. Some visible changes include performance enhancements and quicker auto-rotation. The Android 4.0.4 update was [...]

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Back in December last year, a new ‘value pack’ firmware for the Galaxy S was leaked online. This new firmware included many of the Ice Cream Sandwich features including Face Unlock, performance improvements, a photo editing app, and an updated TouchWIZ launcher with folder support. Sammy has also added some UI elements from TW4 to [...]

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After quite a few months of delay, Google has again started pushing the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update to the Nexus S. The big-G however is pushing a newer build of Ice Cream Sandwich, Android 4.0.4, which contains some incremental but important changes. According to an XDA user, HAKA, this new update is noticeably faster on [...]

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Earlier today, the folks over at Droid-Life got tipped that Motorola and Verizon will soon start rolling out the Android 4.0.4 (IMM76) ICS update for the Wi-Fi variant of the XOOM in the United States. The new version of Android includes quite a few minor but important changes, including a quicker screen rotation, a shortcut to [...]

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The CyanogenMod team has been working hard on adding new features in CM9, and by supporting as much devices as possible. Until now, the CM9 team had officially started rolling out the CM9 nightlies for the Motorola XOOM, Samsung Galaxy S2, Sony’s Xperia handsets, the Nexii handsets and a few other Android devices.

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When Samsung and Google unveiled the Galaxy Nexus back in October, last year, many were disappointed to hear that the phone only has a 5MP camera. Yes, the Galaxy Nexus 5MP camera has Instant Capture feature, which snaps a picture as soon as the on-screen shutter button is pressed, but it still does not make [...]

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Earlier this morning, DesignGear and the folks over at RoozWiki leaked the first ever Ice Cream Sandwich firmware for the AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket 4G (SGH-I727). Like the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Galaxy S II, the leaked ICS firmware for the Skyrocket is also plastered with TouchWIZ so as to spoil [...]

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In the Android world, there are numerous custom ROMs available for every handset. Every ROM is different from each other in one-way or the other. However, one ROM that stands out in the Android world is CyanogenMod ak.a CM. The first ever CM ROM was released by Steve Kondik, the founder of CyanogenMod, when he [...]

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