Tag: gingerbread

  • How to upgrade Samsung Epic 4G to Gingerbread (EI22)

    On November 10, 2011 Sprint announced the Samsung Epic 4g would be updated to Gingerbread S:D700.0.5S.EI22 over the course of the next ten days.  Sprint’s intent of slowing updating everyone to the EI22 ROM is to be able to monitor the process in the event they have to pull the update due to technical problems. […]

  • ATT Promises Gingerbread Updates For All Post-Paid Customers This Year

    If you’re an At&t Android user, today is a happy day for you. They have announced that all of their postpaid Android users will get an upgrade to Gingerbread sometime this year. The Motorola Atrix 4G is first on the list, getting their update within the next few weeks. The HTC Inspire 4G will get their’s sometime next month. Read more…

  • Thunderbolt update coming June 30th: Gingerbread in tow

    Verizon HTC Thunderbolt owners have been frustrated about random reboots, battery life, and GPS lock times, along with other issues, since release. The first update cured some of these issues, but some still remain. Well there are now some new signs pointing to an update for June 30th and with Gingerbread in tow. At least that’s what these new leaked images show us.

  • Sprint Evo Shift 4G gets Gingerbread update: June 17th

    It looks like the Evo Shift 4G will be receiving the Gingerbread treatment that many have been hoping for. According to some new information from Sprint, you can expect to start seeing the update available on your Evo Shift as of June 17th. Hit the link for more details…

  • Sprint ID App, reveals some new devices

    Like to dig deep into your mobile devices settings to find the unknown? Are you the type that looks for those secret menus we aren’t supposed to find? Well it appears that an anonymous Sprint user has discovered some newly listed Sprint devices by doing so. Hit the link for more…

  • HTC Desire Froyo Head Freeze?

    So it appears that after months of talking about bringing Gingerbread to the HTC Desire – HTC throws in the towel and says it is not possible… It appears that they can’t deliver on their promise because there is not enough memory on the device to give them “acceptable” user experience with Gingerbread (2.3) and Sense UI…

  • Gingerbread leaked for Motorola Droid X – Grab your copy now!

    You may have heard the rumors today stating that the Motorola Droid X Gingerbread update to version 4.5.588 is hitting devices. Still, no one knows whether or not this is the official build Verizon plans to release but the good news is a leak has been spotted on the Droid-Life forums. The source suggests this is the actual update!!

  • Google loses lawsuit to patent troll Bedrock Computer Technologies

    Google has been sued successfully and lost for use of Linux on it’s server platform.  Although this may not be a huge loss to Google financially, this issue could extend to the Android platform. Bedrock Computer Technology has also sued AOL, Yahoo and Amazon to name a few. Will companies like Bedrock Computer Technologies impede […]

  • [DISCUSSION] Are you enjoying the EVO 4G Gingerbread leak?

    Many geeks grabbed the official test Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) ROM for the HTC EVO 4G yesterday from over at XDA and we want to know what you think so far. Was it everything you wanted, what you wanted and more or not exactly what you expected?

  • Gingerbread leaks pouring out all over the web!

    We recently got word that some owners of the Droid X and Droid 2 received leaked Gingerbread builds with updated MotoBlur. Mydroidworld has shared the leak and we are here spreading the word. This is something very exciting for Motorola Android users and maybe will hold them over until any further official updates are released.

  • Push Notifications Finally Working For Facebook On Android?

    Some of you may have noticed in Facebook’s changelog that they supposedly enabled push notifications a few versions ago. This wasn’t working for most people, actually, probably 99% of people. Lots of people loved that feature on the iPhone. As a workaround, I always setup SMS/Email notifications, but its just not the same as getting native notifications. Since last week, I’ve seen a few reports of people saying that push notifications are starting to work for them, and others saying it still wasn’t. Mine just started working today. Read more…

  • Sprint’s mysterious HTC Shooter – dual core CPU?

    GLBenchmark has shown a screenshot of what appears to be another new device coming to Sprint, the HTC Shooter. Some say this device is possibly going to have a dual-core Qualcomm processor. What would give that away? Keep reading to learn more.

  • Android 2.3.3 supports screenshots without rooting

    Are you among the crowd who loves using Android but never could figure out why you can’t take screenshots? Most geeks know that your phone has to be rooted if you run Android 2.2 or less and want to take screenshots. That’s why some of you aren’t able to do so. We have good news though! Coming with Android 2.3.3 is the ability to take screenshots without rooting your device. How’s that sound?

  • UPDATED AT&T Focusing more on Android – Wanting to be #1

    Update! It appears the two carriers are clashing for the title of #1 Read on to find out more about the discrepancies! For months now users of AT&T have asked why aren’t there more high end Android devices available? Most of us imagine it’s because of the iPhone popularity, which is probably going to change soon. With AT&T no longer having the iPhone all to themselves they are finally putting more focus on Android devices.

  • Updating to Gingerbread (Android 2.3) blocked by Google?!

    Android Community was just sent a tip that may make some of you upset, if it’s true. If you’re an Android user waiting on Android 2.3 (aka Gingerbread) update to be available on your device, sounds like that wait may never end.