Pulse News is currently rolling out their latest update to the masses. (That would be us.) This release will bring some much needed supported for articles written in international characters as Pulse previously sometimes jumbled things up a bit on that front. It also includes some bug fixes for tablets, if you’ve been having issues with that. Personally, I’ve not seen any issues with tablet mode, but apparently enough users have to [Read More...]
Casio and Verizon are continuing to roll out software updates for the G’zOne Commando, following the rugged phone’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread update late last year. The latest software for the Commando brings it up to version C771M100, and adds free push-to-talk capability, along with the usual sprinkling of bug fixes. The new software is also apparently built on a newer build of Gingerbread than the last version, and includes the “latest Google [Read More...]
If you’re a user of Pulse News you’ll want to the Android Market and grab the latest update. Getting bumped up to v2.7.4, this releases addresses some issues with dark mode and more importantly takes care of a few bugs for tablet users. It’s not a huge update but it’s an update either way and we like updates — especially when they improve the end-user experience. Whether you’re looking to give Pulse [Read More...]
Google Music has been updated to version 4.1.512, bringing fixes to shuffle mode and fixes for folks using multiple Google accounts. The update looks to be across the board for all devices running Android 2.2 or higher, so be sure to check and see if your copy is up-to-date. We love Google Music around here, and on devices without removable storage it’s a life saver. Hit the break for the download [Read More...]
Amazon is pushing out Software Version 6.2.2 for the Kindle Fire over the air, and it’s also available for manual installation. Here’s what’s new:
Enhances fluidity and performance. Improves support for manually setting up e-mail providers in the e-mail app Adds full-screen browsing
The upate is currently pushing out over the air. But if you just can’t wait, you can also install it manually. Here’s how:
Make sure you have at [Read More...]
If you have been patiently waiting for your Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 LTE model to receive the TouchWiz update you will be pleased to know the update is now rolling out. The update brings a mini apps tray, a quick panel for easy access to things like screen brightness, wifi, auto rotation and more. In addition to adding TouchWiz to the device they have also enhanced the wifi connectivity, fixed [Read More...]
T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S II is getting an update today to Android 2.3.5, software version T989VUVKL1. You’re getting a trio of “enhancements” (read: bugfixes) with this update, including caller ID, battery and Wifi calling. T-Mobile notes that the update’s not mandatory, but we can’t think of why you wouldn’t want a better phone.
You can get the update over the air, or use the Kies Mini desktop [Read More...]
If you have an Android phone chances are that you use Google Maps, and you’ve got a new update waiting for you in the Android Market. Usually when we see an update for Maps, we see features like indoor mapping, or updates for places and check-ins, but this time around it simply states that this version is a bug fix for “newer devices”.
We have no idea if newer devices means [Read More...]
Adobe has updated Flash Player for Android to version 220.127.116.11, which fixes video streaming issues on the Galaxy S II, adds support for 1080p video on Tegra 3 devices like the Transformer Prime, and generic fixes for video decoding and playback. It’s a recommended update, even if you don’t own one of the aforementioned devices, so hit the market and update or grab the link after the break. Adobe did promise to keep [Read More...]
Samsung’s just let us know that the Android 3.2 update for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 has begun to push out again. You’ll recall how a couple weeks ago the initial update led to Wifi connectivity problems for some, and the update was pulled. That bug has been squashed, and the update’s good to go again.
If you skipped the update the first time around, you can download it over the [Read More...]