Android 3.0 based tablets don’t have native hardware mass storage mode. Users need to use Windows Media Player or any other MTP based app to transfer their music and videos to their tablet. Sadly, this so called ‘feature’ is present even in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The Galaxy Nexus has 16GB or 32GB of [...]

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One of the key new features in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is the new People app and Phone app. Unlike the previous Contacts app, which was nothing but an utter piece of crap, Google totally redesigned the Contacts app and renamed it to the People app. The People app now aggregates all the status [...]

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What a month December has been so far! First an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich based ROM leaked for the Galaxy S2, and then Sony Ericsson itself released an Alpha Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for some Xperia handsets, and lastly, Google started rolling out the official Ice Cream Sandwich OTA update for the Nexus S.Now, [...]

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Nearly all the popular high-end Android handsets have got an alpha build of Ice Cream Sandwich since the OS code went public. Thanks to the new features and changes brought about in Ice Cream Sandwich by Google, it was clear that mid-range Android phones with less than 512MB of RAM and a Developers also had [...]

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Surprise Surprise! Sony Ericsson, which was known for its poor track record in updating its Android handsets to the latest version, has released an alpha Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM for a few of its Xperia handsets. This makes Sony Ericsson the second company to release an ‘official’ beta/alpha build of Ice Cream Sandwich [...]

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  It was just moments ago that SamFirmware leaked the first ever Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich based firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S2. Even though the leaked firmware (XXKP1) is based on Ice Cream Sandwich, the whole UI still looks similar to the Gingerbread based firmware, all thanks to Samsung’s TouchWIZ UI. Thankfully, Samsung [...]

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While most of the Snapdragon, OMAP and Exynos SoC based handsets have already got a semi-working port of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, nearly all of the Tegra 2 handsets are still waiting for some Ice Cream Sandwich love. While an ICS ROM for most of the Tegra 2 handset is under development, none of them [...]

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Samsung Galaxy S2 owners, here is some bad news from you. Codeworkx, one of the main developer who is working on bringing Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich ROM to the Galaxy S2, has updated his blog with some bad news. The ICS development for Galaxy S2 was going at a break-neck speed with the developers [...]

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Nearly all the popular Android handsets have got an alpha or beta build of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, since the OS code went public. The only exception to this statement will be Motorola handsets. Due to the encrypted bootloader on found on the company’s handsets, none of the Moto branded handsets got an early [...]

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HTC Desire Z owners, must be feeling jealous, since a bunch of Android handsets (Galaxy S2, Galaxy S, Nexus S) got an early alpha build of the Ice Cream Sandwich port since the OS code went public, except for their handset. Thankfully, a new pre-Alpha Ice Cream Sandwich ROM just popped up for the Desire [...]

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