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There are some guys who really want to get the best out of their hardware – that’s probably how we’re going to describe the guys at XDA developers forum who now present the DN4 (Ditto Note 4) ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Note II . As the name implies, the ROM brings Galaxy Note 4 features to your venerable Galaxy Note II.
There are apparently two ways to swing when it comes to device manufacturers and the “tweaking” element of Android – a facet of the open source environment that has grown inevitably parallel to the OS. One is to lock your features and make it more difficult for hackers to tweak the OS to their liking.
The latest in Galaxy Tab technology comes from Samsung to T-Mobile this summer in the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0. This device was first introduced in April of this year and hit Verizon this June. This version of the Tab will include T-Mobile apps and connectivity with T-Mobile’s 4G LTE. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.
Several carrier variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note II have already been updated to Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat. And as of today it looks like the update process has begun for AT&T users. This will have AT&T Galaxy Note II users jumping from Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
AT&T on Tuesday confirmed the immediate availability of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0. Priced at $269.99 with a two-year service agreement, the 8-inch tablet runs Android 4.4 KitKat and features 16GB internal storage, a 3-megapixel rear camera, and a 4450mAh battery.
If you have a Nexus 5 or 7 you can install the Android L Developer Preview, but if you don’t have either of those devices or want to stay on a more stable ROM, you can still experience some of the future of Android now. Bejunk over at XDA ported the keyboard and shared a flashable .
The holiday season has started and I’m pretty sure that a lot of you are thinking about how to resist glorious food the next few months. For the health buffs, they might be thinking of more ways how to burn those extra calories off. They could be preparing for “battle”, looking for new stuff and activities that would help them meet their fitness goals.
Sprint , having a busy day to kick off the week, has announced the expansion of 4G LTE to another 28 markets. What’s more, the tri-band Spark service is getting three more areasof its own. While the former eclipses the 470 market threshold, the much faster Spark LTE now reaches 27 cities. Today also sees Sprint announcinginternational Wi-Fi calling to more than 100 countries.
Some say that I'm an Australian. And that as well as being an Engineer, I also enjoy a good game and my Android devices, currently the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Nexus 7. All you need to know though is I review hardware and games, write news, and manage the AndroidSPIN Facebook and Pinterest pages.For many of us with Nexus devices, the Android L preview has only been a pipe dream that we can, for now, only gawk at from a distance. Well, thanks to the boffins at XDA, there is another device to gawk at now, and that device is the HTC One M7 .TheAndroid L preview has been ported to the HTC One M7, a photo of which is shown above, and although the ROm is currently in alpha, it’s undoubtedly better than nothing.
We’re all big fans of the NVIDIA Shield Tablet – that gaming-centered Android tablet which at one point we were unsure if it would fulfill its potential or even wow its potential market. We were blown away on both counts.
Android L and its "Material Design" is definitely a hot topic. Some have already extracted the apps from a system dump and made them available for the general public. But if you're looking only for the redesigned Google Keyboard app, then this XDA version might be the one you should be trying out.
Looking for a cheap replacement for your broken cell? Perhaps you just need a device that won’t break the bank for your tweens. Hot on the review I did just a few weeks ago on the S505 Spark , verykool has just released their first 4G LTE devicecalled the verykool SL5000. Before I get down into the details, there are two things I need to mention. The packaging for this device is very nice and I would almost say “elegant” for a device in this price range. It comes with a strong box that slides out like a drawer, which is something I found attractive for a lower priced device. On top of that, verykool in their own “kool” way provides you with a screen protector right out of the box.
AT&T announced that two of the newest budget gadget offerings will be available for their customers starting this week and the next. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 is already being offered this week while the HTC Desire 610 smartphone will be available for consumers starting next week.
Not everyone can justify splurging on a powerhouse phone like theGalaxy S5, and Samsung clearly knows it -- the tech firm just unveiledfour Android KitKat handsetsfor frugal types. The Galaxy Core II (shown here) is the standout of the bunch, although it's a curious case of taking two steps forward and one step back. While it has a larger 4.