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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The Galaxy Nexus has been a ruaway hit among the developers and Android fanboy. Even though the handset does not really have killer specs, the 4.65-inch HD Super AMOLED screen with its 720p resolution and the latest version of Android – Ice Cream Sandwich – are enough for people to go break their existing contract […]

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Over the last few weeks, there has been quite a huge controversy regarding the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Galaxy S. Originally, Samsung had stated that the Galaxy S and Tab won’t get the Ice Cream Sandwich update. However, due to the public outcry and negative media coverage, Sammy said that it is re-evaluating […]

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Google had introduced native Wi-Fi Hotspot capability and USB Tethring back in Android 2.2 FroYo. Sadly, most carriers in the United States either remove these features or simply block them. The only way these carriers allow users to tether is by subscribing to a tethering plan, which does not really make any sense. There are […]

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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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Back in 2009 and to a certain extent in 2010, rooting Android handsets was quite tough for normal users. Back then, rooting your handset required you to open ADB, type in some mumbo jumbo commands, push some files to your phone and what not. Rooting was considered to be the territory of advanced users then.However, […]

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The Samsung Galaxy S was no doubt the most popular Android handset of 2010. The phone had a lot of modding potential as well, and more than a handful of developers who were supporting it. One of the most popular Custom ROM for the Galaxy S was from a developer known as Darkyy. The Darkky […]

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The Samsung Galaxy S2 was among the first Android phones to get an Alpha build of Ice Cream Sandwich. However, the CM9 build of SGS2 has hit a road block, and the developers are waiting for the kernel sources to be released from Samsung to solve the remaining issues.This has however not stopped the developers […]

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The Samsung Galaxy S came with a Wolfson audio chip, whose true potential was unveiled by supercurio’s Voodoo Sound mod. The Vooodoo Sound mod was then portred by Supercurio to many other Android handsets and tablets, which use the Wolfson audio chip. In my opinion, a Voodoo’d Galaxy S or Nexus S is right among […]

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