Tag Archive: Rolling


Sprint Epic Touch 4G OTA update rolling out now

Sprint Epic Touch 4G

Late last month we caught word of an upcoming OTA update for the Sprint Epic Touch 4G, and reports are now that it is rolling out. The update fixes the radio signal loss and the 4G hotspot disconnect during phone calls, which is a huge relief to many of you. If you haven’t received a notification for the update yet be sure to hop into your system settings and  [Read More…]

Logitech Revue’s Honeycomb update rolling out now

Android Central

Both Logitech and Google have come out this morning with statements that the hotly anticipated Google TV update is rolling out to the Revue starting today.

Revue owners have had to wait what seems like a lifetime since the Sony Google TV devices first started to receive the update. But now, the Android 3.1 update and it’s all important Market and app capabilities will be yours over the coming days.

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Gingerbread for the Samsung Droid Charge rolling out now

Android Central

Last week we got word that the Samsung Droid Charge was set to receive its own official Gingerbread update, and now word in the forum is that the update is rolling out. Bringing a bunch of changes some of which include a new color scheme, a new download manager and added SD encryption. If you haven’t already received the update notification be sure to head into your settings and check manually for  [Read More…]

Galaxy Nexus OTA update now rolling out with volume bug fix

Android Central

The promised volume bug fix for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is now rolling out over-the-air, with multiple Nexus owners reporting that updated software has arrived on their handsets. The OTA package weighs a little under 1MB, and updates the Nexus from build ITL41D to ITL41F, while the Android version remains at 4.0.1. So far it seems that the update contains only the volume bug fix, and that there are no other  [Read More…]

Gingerbread update for LG Optimus 3D now rolling out

Android Central

Rejoice, LG Optimus 3D owners, for your handset’s long journey to Gingerbread is finally over. The European version of phone, which launched in August with Froyo, today received an update to version 21a, based on Android 2.3.5. As well as the usual goodies you’d expect from Gingerbread, you’ll also get 21Mbps HSPA+ support, a 2D and 3D video editor, improved video quality and faster Gallery app performance, just as we reported earlier  [Read More…]

Updated Android Market with Google Music now rolling out in earnest

Android Market

Google said it could be days, but it looks like a good many of you — and a number of our own devices — are starting to see the Android Market update with Google Music. Odd that the version number of the Market app didn’t change, but we’re not going to worry about that.

Note that you’ll also have a “My music” button available from the menu in the music section that  [Read More…]

Gingerbread for original Verizon Galaxy Tab rolling out

Verizon Tab Gingerbread

We just told you guys the other day that Verizon was ready to push out Gingerbread to the OG 7-inch Galaxy Tab, and it looks like they have flipped the switch — OTA’s are now rolling out.  With all the new and shiny Android tablets getting built, it’s nice to see the 7-incher wasn’t forgotten by Big Red.  A refresher:

The update is to Android 2.3.5 and will bring:

Improved security  [Read More…]

Google+ for Android update now rolling out – UI changes and bug fixes aplenty

Google+

Google+ is getting some love tonight. The latest version has just been pushed to the Android Market and should be showing up for most folks. If not, you’ll just have to sit tight for a little while longer. This release — created during the Ice Cream Sandwich developement brings a few changes to the table.

Most notably the UI and styling of the app is more in tune with how Android 4.0 looks  [Read More…]

HTC rolling out update to Android 2.3.5, Sense 3.0 for Desire S in UK

Android Central

According to reports from multiple sources, the HTC Desire S is currently receiving an update to Android 2.3.5, which also bumps the mid-range handset from HTC Sense 2.1 right up to Sense 3.0. The new version of Sense, which first shipped on the Sensation earlier in the year, features a redesigned 3D launcher and lock screen setup, amongst other enhancements.

Apparently unbranded Desire S owners in the UK, as well as owners  [Read More…]

The Age of Influence, or: We’re rolling out some scoring tweaks

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A few months back, we launched our long-awaited (to us, anyway) scoring system here on Android and Me. In that time, you guys have racked up thousands of points leaving comments and getting upvoted. Today we’re ready to unleash another bit of the puzzle: a percentile rank for all And Me Accounts.

So how does this work?

I’ll be honest. I had to look up some math help websites to remember  [Read More…]