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Earlier today, HTC released the kernel source code for the Tegra 3 variant of the One X after getting quite a lot of criticism from Android modding developers. The lack of source code was hampering the third party  for the One X was hampering the third party development of the handset. While quite a few […]

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Last night, Samsung announced one of the most hotly anticipated Android handset of 2012, the Galaxy S III. From the hardware point of view, the Galaxy S III absolutely trumps its competition out there. The GPU inside the SGS3 even manages to beat the powerhouse PowerVR SGX543MP2 GPU found inside the iPhone 4S, which clearly […]

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The recently released HTC One X has in a short span of time managed to interest a lot of third party developers, and already has stable ports of some of the most popular custom ROMs including CM9 and MIUI. However, the basic step of rooting the HTC One X is a very tough job in […]

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One of the major under the hood changes in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was GPU rendering. The feature was introduced by Google in Android 3.x Honeycomb, but since Honeycomb was never intended for phones, GPU rendering did not come to Android phones until Ice Cream Sandwich arrived. So what exactly is GPU rendering? GPU […]

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The HTC One S went on sale in some regions of the world earlier this month, and the custom ROM development scene for the device is still in its infancy. While there are quite a few custom ROMs out there, they are all based on the stock firmware the device ships with. However, I am […]

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Motorola releases most of its smartphones only with Verizon’s. The company rarely releases handsets in association with any other U.S carrier. For its European and Asian customers, Motorola releases a separate GSM variant of the handset, since Verizon is a CDMA network. Sometime last year, Motorola started releasing phones that were capable of supporting Verizon’s CDMA network, […]

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CyanogenMod 9 is still in Alpha stage for the majority of the devices. The CM team is busy in getting a stable Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich base for all the popular Android devices before adding new features on top of it. Due to this, CM9 as of now feels like stock ICS with just […]

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Earlier this month, Google started rolling out the Android 4.0.4  (IMM76D) update for the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S and the Motorola XOOM. This new update brought with it lots of bug fixes, some minor tweaks and performance improvements. Sadly, the update also introduced an irritating bug for some Galaxy Nexus owners, where the phone would […]

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The Sony Xperia S is the Japanese handset maker’s flagship device for 2012. Sadly, for a 2012 flagship, the Xperia S lacks a lot of things including Ice Cream Sandwich, which is a deal breaker for many. The company has promised to roll-out the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Xperia S sometime in Q2, […]

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The revamped recent app menu switching UI in Ice Cream Sandwich is definitely one of the best UI changes introduced by Google in Android 4.0. The ability to swipe and remove an app from the recent app menu is extremely useful as well. Microsoft’s budding mobile OS – Windows Phone – also has a similar […]

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