Tag Archive: Droid

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…]

Droid Bionic drops to $199 on-contract, sorry early adopters


The Motorola Droid Bionic was easily one of the most hyped devices of 2011. Unfortunately, when the Bionic was finally released almost three months ago, the sales did not match the hype. So what’s Verizon to do? How about chip a hundred dollars off the on-contract price?

When the Bionic first released on September 8, 2011, it cost a hefty $ 299.99 on-contract. Not that the Bionic isn’t worth $ 300  [Read More…]

Droid 4 breaks cover ahead of a December 8th launch


On December 8th, just a hair over five months after Verizon and Motorola introduced us to the Droid 3, they are going to be back at it with the aptly named Droid 4. This time around they are delivering both LTE and a dual-core processor to the keyboard slider loving masses on Verizon.

The full spec rundown is as follows:

1.2 GHz dual-core processor (Likely the TI OMAP 4430) 4-inch qHD  [Read More…]

Gingerbread for the Droid Charge is officially on its way

Droid Charge

Good news for all of you patiently waiting for Gingerbread on your Droid Charge: Verizon says today that the official update is “coming soon”, and will bring with it a host of improvements. In addition to Android 2.3, software update i510.EP4 also brings with it security enhancements, a download manager, and a new user interface and color scheme, just to name a few of the changes in store. You know the drill:  [Read More…]

Droid Charge is getting a visit from the Gingerbread man


Hey Droid Chargers/Chargites/Chargians! Verizon has that Gingerbread update you’ve been waiting for and they’ve slapped the “coming soon” sticker on it. Sorry, nothing more specific than that and no sign of ICS, but then again no one else has a phone with ICS on Verizon either. (*glares at Verizon*)

Anyway, Gingerbread is not too shabby and brings with it a whole host of changes. Beyond the security and performance enhancements some  [Read More…]

Motorola Droid RAZR source code released

Droid RAZR

If you like poking around in some source code files to see what you can see, then Motorola has now given something to do. The Droid RAZR source code has been released on sourceforge and while it’s not much use to anyone aside from developers that’s not really the point. Point is, it’s there — it’s available for all whom wish to view it.

Source: Sourceforge; thanks to everyone who sent  [Read More…]

Peter Alfonso brings some Android 2.3.7 love to the OG Droid

Peter Alfonso

Still rocking an original Motorola Droid and looking for something new to mess around with? Peter Alfonso has had quite a running record of amazing Droid ROM’s to date, and he came back again with an Android 2.3.7 based ROM. Released last month this ROM brings the Motorola Droid right into the game with the most current version of Gingerbread for your downloading pleasure. If your still on the OG Droid, hit  [Read More…]

Verizon announces holiday savings, kicks it all of with announcement the red Droid Incredible 2

Android Central

Verizon is gearing up for the holidays and come Nov. 24, they have some great deals lined up for customers. Kicking things off, they’ve now gone ahead and announced the Droid Incredible 2‘s new red color option and sale prices for a slew of other devices, mind the dates though as they are specific:

Droid Incredible 2 (Red) – Available online on Nov. 24, 25 and 28 and in Verizon Wireless Communications  [Read More…]

Motorola Smart Actions automates tasks, features, and battery life to improve Droid Razr

One of the best Android apps that I’ve ever had the pleasure of using is Tasker, which automates functions and settings on Android based on triggers. I love it because it can launch Foursquare as soon as I check into my favorite bar or turn off auto-sync when my battery drops below 20 percent.

However, Tasker has become so complex that it’s not easy  [Read More…]

Motorola Droid Razr Review: thinnest, tough…top phone?

The Motorola Droid and Motorola Razr were both game-changing phones. The Razr introduced a slim, stylish phone at a time when devices would never be considered sexy. The Droid had a similar impact on the smartphone industry, but not because of its looks. What made the Droid special was that it was a powerful phone that moved Android from fringe geeky cool to mainstream  [Read More…]