So you got a shiny new Samsung Galaxy Nexus in your hands and you are left wondering exactly just what it can do, and how to do it. It’s the first device to launch with the newest Android operating platform, Ice Cream Sandwich, and while the core functionality is the same as older versions, a lot has changed, too. From the on-screen buttons to the new menu locations, there’s a good [Read More...]
If you’re a dyed-in-the-wool modder, here’s a great weekend project — modifying your Verizon Galaxy Nexus to work with the HP Touchstone. I’ll tell you right up front — this one isn’t for the faint-hearted. It involves breaking the case open and voiding your warranty. But AC member ohiomoto has a beautiful step-by-step to guide you through, and there’s no need for a soldering iron. Things are always fine if you [Read More...]
Google may not have officially pumped out Ice Cream Sandwich for the Nexus S 4G yet, but that won’t stop you from having it. We’ve got two custom ROMs in the forums that are dripping with ICS goodness. If you’re a fan of the stock Android experience, you can get a fully working AOSP 4.0.3 ROM for your 4G, with just [Read More...]
We’ve seen some inspiring Lego stands people have made for their smartphones. Legos are affordable, accessible, and fun as hell to play with (admit it) so they are the perfect building materials for all sorts of projects. This one, for the Sprint Epic 4G Touch, from AC member mlsanders83 takes the cake though. It’s simple. unobtrusive, and looks like a little tiny Android geek working on a giant sized Super AMOLED [Read More...]
Here we go again, folks. Yet another Motorola Droid Bionic review (of the pre-release nature) is under way in our Droid Bionic forums. And along with some great info, Joe the Insider’s given a few of the clearest hands-on pics we’ve seen thus far.
As for Joe’s thoughts on the DB? In his own words:
Initial thoughts. The phone is extremely light [Read More...]