Android Central reports that Cincinnati Bell has Ice Cream Sandwich ready on their servers to be deployed on the Nexus S starting next week. With my hands on experience for the past couple of days with Android 4.0, you do not want to miss out on this. Get ready for it.
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Soak test members are reporting that they are now retrieving a major bug fixer update for the Bionic. It also sounds its live now since even non-members are reporting they as well have received an update. This update is meant to fix a lot issues that plagued the Bionic. If you haven’t been informed that [...]
Relief is on its way Bionic owners, an update for your phone is about to go live. It includes improved stability to avoid those annoying power cycles, a faster focus in for camera, and improved 4G/3G connectivity. Also a welcome addition, you can support 8 devices on your hotspot. Another issue this update solves is the [...]
After Facebook’s nice refresh update, Twitter released an update of their own. The user interface has been redesigned and pretty well at that. The four timelines have also changed “home” which is the timeline, “Connect” which is your mentions, “Discover” which is your search and hastag center, and “Me” which is your organized profile and [...]
The Gingerbread update that we brought word on last week, is now available to the masses. Simply head into Settings>About phone and check to make sure that it is available. There are a bunch of fixes and enhancements tied to this update. The full change log is listed after the break.
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 Android Phones being released in a heavy pace, we all think to ourselves what will be my next phone? With the RAZR, Rezound and Galaxy Nexus in all our heads for our next phone, where will the LG Nitro come in place.
Androidcentral just received information from Samsung that Android 3.2 update for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 has begun to be push out again. We all remember that there was an issue last week with the 3.2 update leading to WiFi issues and Samsung pulled the OTA real quick. Reports are that the bug has been resolved and [...]
Sprint has released a Maintenance update for the HTC EVO Design 4G, but have not mentioned what has been changed. Version 1.19.651.0 is said to take 20 minutes to download. Has anyone received or already updated to the new version yet? If you have what, if any differences have you found? [via PhanDroid]