Tag: nexus

Mar 18

Android 5.1 Lollipop Full Review! What’s New?

“Click Show More!In this video we take a look at the latest OTA update from Google. Android 5.1 Lollipop. This update brings new features like VoLTE, dual sim support, device security, animations and more!To support DroidModderX bookmark this amazon link. It won’t cost you any extra, and I get credit” View More

Nov 28

How to Unlock Boot loader of Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 – Guide

“It’s all about Nexus 6/9 as it’s the latest flagship device from Google and was one of the most awaited devices in 2014. So for all those who have bought this smartphone can now root the device.” View More

Nov 23

[Updated : Motorola and AT&T Devices Work On Sprint] PSA : CDMA Carriers Probably Won’t Activate Your Nexus 6 Unless It Was Purchased From Google Play Or That Carrier (And What You Can Do About It)

“Update: Motorola has announced that all Nexus 6 devices should be able to be activated on Sprint now.” View More

Jan 22

Google’s Larry Page Talks Improving Nexus Hardware Supply, Motorola’s Opportunities For Device Innovation

Google’s conference call regarding its quarterly earnings mostly rehashed themes we’ve heard before – cross-platform remains a priority. But Google CEO Larry Page had a few words to share about hardware in his own kick-off spiel. Page reiterated what we’ve heard recently about hardware supply levels from the Google Play store, and dropped (it’s a pun, …

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Jan 20

Nexus 4 demand 10 times higher than Google expected

Ten times as many British phone fans want the Nexus 4 than Google expected. LG has once again blamed Google for stock issues with the perenially sold-out smash-hit Android phone, saying the Big G had no idea of the potential demand. Speaking to Challenges, LG France boss Cathy Robin pointed the finger at Google. LG …

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Jul 28

CyanogenMod 10 ported to the Google Nexus 7

The Google Nexus 7 may be the first tablet to ship with Google Android 4.1 preloaded. But that hasn’t stopped independent developers from building custom ROMs for the tablet. One of the first is an unofficial build of CyanogenMod 10 for the Nexus 7. Like the tablet’s default software, it’s based on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. …

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Jul 28

How to change the Nexus 7 user interface to full tablet mode

The Google Nexus 7 tablet has a user interface that looks like a cross between the Google Android UI for smartphones and tablets. With Android 3.0 through Android 4.0, things were pretty clear-cut: If you had a phone, the notification area was at the top of the screen and you couldn’t rotate the home screen. …

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Feb 07

Official Google Blog: Introducing Chrome for Android

Introducing Chrome for Android In 2008, we launched Google Chrome to help make the web better. We’re excited that millions of people around the world use Chrome as their primary browser and we want to keep improving that experience. Today, were introducing Chrome for Android Beta, which brings many of the things you’ve come to …

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Jan 21

Latest Apple patent lawsuit targets Galaxy Nexus lockscreen

The latest installment of Apple vs. Samsung saga sees Cupertino taking offense with the lockscreen on the Galaxy Nexus. The complaint, filed once again in Germany, is the first directed towards the Android 4.0 flagship device. The claim made is that the Galaxy Nexus infringes upon Apple’s own slide-to-unlock utility model.  FOSS Patent’s blogger Florian …

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Dec 24

The Next Big Thing – Galaxy S II

via The Next Big Thing – Galaxy S II – 90sec – YouTube.

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