A couple of weeks ago, some of the developers over at XDA forums managed to get USB OTG/Host Mode working on the Samsung Galaxy S running Ice Cream Sandwich. Considering how similar the Galaxy S and the Nexus S are, it was just a matter of time before the USB Host Mode/OTG was ported to [...]

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The Motorola Droid RAZR will go down in the history of Android phones as the phone that was announced at the wrong time – Just 12 hours before Google announced Ice Cream Sandwich and Galaxy Nexus. The RAZR is by no means a bad handset – it is insanely slim (7.1mm), packs a dual-core processor, [...]

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Late last week, Andrew Neal – a developer in the CyanogenMod team – released an early beta build of the new stock music player in CM9. Today, Andrew Neal has released a near final build of the new CM9 music player for all Android users to try. The CM9 music player is possibly the most [...]

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Google introduced NFC – Near Field Communications – back in late 2010 when it announced the Nexus S. At that time, the company touted NFC to be the next big thing in the smartphone world and how NFC will replace our wallets going forward. While NFC is indeed useful, its adoption rate has been pretty [...]

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Today, Motorola started rolling out the Ice Cream Sandwich ‘soak test’ update for the Wi-Fi variant of the XOOM for the people who had signed up for it. For the unknown, a ‘soak test’ by Motorola is like beta testing a new software update before it rolls out to the general users. Users who are [...]

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At the moment, not much is known about all the new features and tweaks the CyanogenMod team will be adding in CM9, which is based on Ice Cream Sandwich. The CM team however did announce two major changes in CM9. Firstly, ADW Launcher will no more be the stock launcher in CM9. Instead, a new launcher [...]

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At the beginning of this year, an Android 4.0.1 (KP4) and an Android 4.0.3 (KP8) based firmware were leaked online for the Galaxy S2 by SamMobile. The KP4 firmware was unstable and had a RIL crashing issue. The KP8 firmware was much better, but sadly had a random reboot issue that made it unusable on [...]

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Last night at CES, Nvidia and Asus announced that they will start rolling out the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Transformer Prime, the world’s first tablet with a quad-core Tegra 3 SoC, beginning from today.Quite a few users in the United States have already got the update and installed it on their [...]

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One of the key new changes in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is that it supports x86 based processors right out of the box. This is quite important for Intel, since its Medfield based SoC for phones, is ultimately an x86 based processor.There was still some work left on the x86 scenario when Ice Cream [...]

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In the last month, two Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S2 had leaked on the Internet. However, both the firmwares were clearly in alpha stage, and were not usable on a day to day basis. Now, the folks over at SamMobile have released two new Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich [...]

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