A couple of days back, we brought you a universal rooting method for Gingerbread-based Samsung smartphones, courtesy of the hardworking folk of XDA developers. Today, we present you a similar discovery, this time for Motorola devices running the Big G's older smartphone software.
Like most companies in the software industry, Google wants to spread its Android mobile operating system to just about anywhere that'll have it.
Google has started rolling out Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread (Build GRK39F) for their latest Google experience smartphone, the Nexus S. We are here to guide you how you can install the update right now in an easy to follow manner.
The almost obsolete Google Nexus One - predecessor to the Google Nexus S - has received a minor update to its operating system. Google has begun rolling out Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread (Build: GRK39F) for it and we’ll guide you on how you can install this update manually, right now.
China is known for a lot of things: The Great Wall, a rich history, paper, gunpowder, Pandas and, of course, knock off gadgets. We came across a pretty cool knock off today: it’s called the Aocos N19 and it is a 9.7” tablet that looks like an iPad, but works like an Android-powered device.
Folks interested in trying out Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread on the discontinued HP TouchPad are in luck, as a couple of days ago developers working on the TouchDroid project uploaded a comprehensive walkthrough detailing some of the many steps required to install Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread on the HP TouchPad. If you’re interested, you can follow the guide after the break.
We’re getting closer and closer to a stable port of Android to the HP TouchPad, folks! A video uploaded today shows that the developers behind the TouchDroid project have managed to achieve another one of their objectives: the ability to dual-boot webOS and Android 2.3.x “Gingerbread”.
We’re getting closer and closer to a stable Android port for the HP TouchPad - a webOS-based tablet which was discontinued less than two weeks ago. A new video has been released today which shows the HP TouchPad booting into CyanogenMod 7 which suggests that development of Android on HP TouchPad is coming along very nicely.
HTC recently released the official update to Android 2.3.3 “Gingerbread” for their popular Desire smartphone. The update doesn’t get pushed to users over-the-air the way they usually do, instead users who are confident with installing ROMs are suggested to download and install it manually after going through a few, simple steps. These are the steps we will be guiding you through today, follow the guide after the jump!
A few lucky birdies have managed to get their hands on Android 2.3.4, the newest point-release of Android 2.3, on their Galaxy S II's. As with any private release, it has already leaked onto the Internet, and if you have a Samsung Galaxy S II, you can install it today.