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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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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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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MIUI is without a doubt the most unique custom ROM for Android handsets out there. Unlike all other custom ROMs, which are either based on AOSP or the OEM’s firmware and add tweaks and certain enhancements to it, MIUI has a completely different UI. Some users might complain that the UI is too iOS like, [...]

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Earlier today, Samsung announced that Galaxy S II owners in South Korea, Poland and some other regions of the world will get to taste the official Ice Cream Sandwich update on their handset. Since then, the official firmware (XXLPQ) has been pulled from Samsung’s server by the folks over at Samsung-Updates.com for Galaxy S II [...]

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Moments ago, SamFirmware leaked a new Ice Cream Sandwich based firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S II (I9100). The new firmware carries a build date of 14th February, which is pretty old. The last leak, XXLPH, had a build date of 9th Feburary. So yeah, don’t expect magical improvements in this leaked firmware. I am [...]

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So Apple has just announced the ‘new iPad’, which packs some jaw-dropping specs. The hardware specs of the ‘new iPad’ single-handedly proof why it is dominating the tablet market. No Android tablet on the market currently even comes close to the hardware, rest aside the software experience which the iPad offers. On the apps and [...]

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Google announced Ice Cream Sandwich back in October last month, and pushed the latest version of Android to AOSP in December. Within weeks of releasing the code to the public, all major Android manufacturers announced that they will be updating their 2011 flagship model to the latest version of Android by end of Q1 in [...]

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