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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The One series of handsets from HTC are impressive to say the least. The One X and One S are a beast in terms of performance, they have a pretty decent camera, and a superb build quality and screen to go along with it. However, one of the issues with the One series of handsets […]

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The Xperia S is Sony’s best offering in its NXT series of handsets. While the hardware of the phone is nothing to go gaga about, 1.5GHz dual core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 4.3-inch 720p HD display and 32GB of internal memory, it is the camera on the handset that is the true showstopper. The […]

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Last week, the talented developers over at XDA forums had managed to port the beta Xperia Arc S Ice Cream Sandwich ROM to the Nexus S. Today, the developers at XDA have gone to the next level, and have managed to port the beta Xperia Arc S Ice Cream Sandwich ROM to the latest Nexus […]

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ClockWorkMod a.k.a CWM is probably the most popular and the oldest custom recovery available for Android phones out there. Koush and other developers do a fantastic job of porting CWM recovery to handsets within minutes of gaining root access on any new Android handset. However, with time, CWM has become a pain to use. Koush […]

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The Samsung Galaxy S2 and the Galaxy Nexus were among the few handfuls of Android handsets launched last year that supported USB OTG feature. For the unknown, the USB OTG feature allows users to directly connect a pen drive, external HDD or any other USB device to their handset, via a mini-USB adapter. Handy, eh? […]

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