We’ve been waiting a while for Verizon to announce the Nexus. Are we actually going to hear the news Wednesday morning?
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An update for Google Maps (v. 6.0.0) was released this morning, bringing indoor maps for selected airports, malls, and more. Also on the top left a new quick menu feature showed up to access certain options quicker.
With Ice Cream Sandwich showing up on numerous devices latley, now we can add one more. JT1134 from RootzWiki has Ice Cream Sandwich ported onto his Samsung Fascinate. At the least shown below you can use this as your daily driver.
According to a reader from Droid-Life the Galaxy Nexus received an update to Android 4.0.2 was made available to test devices within the last day. It could be possible that the update addresses some of Verizon’s concerns that delayed the release.
We already knew that Ice Cream Sandwich was arriving to Sony’s Xperia lineup but no official date was announced. TechnoBuffalo reports that the head of marketing Maurizio de Palma said on Facebook that the update should “arrive by March.” This sounds like a reasonable and believable
Finally some news about the Galaxy Nexus that doesn’t have to do with a rumored release date. Team MoDaCo released UI patch that allows you to put a search button on the bottom of the menu bar permanently. You can also rearrange it how you see fittingly.
With still no word on the release date for Verzions version of the Galaxy Nexus, there has been a couple of reviews for the International version that have been released. Click on links to read the full review. Androidcentral Review, The Verge review. Take my word for it they are not disappointing at all! You still looking to [...]
An employee from a 3rd party Verizon shop, two posters showed up in the last day to help promote the Galaxy Nexus. This morning Google released the specification details for the LTE version of the ever so anticipated Galaxy Nexus.
Verizon couldn’t keep their hands off of one phone, can they? The Galaxy Nexus will indeed have two bloatware apps, My Verizon and Backup Assistant will come preloaded. It can be argued that these two apps can be very useful,