Already got your hands on a Galaxy Nexus? Well, chances are, you don’t like that there-by-default Google search bar at the top of the homescreen and are looking to remove it. There is a very simple method for this and you can check it out after the jump!
The big thing right now in the world of Android is undoubtedly Android 4.0, or Ice Cream Sandwich as Google has christened it. It may not even be available on any phones in the United States yet, but all the buzz is definitely of the cold sandwich variety.
For those of you using the Nexus S by Samsung, you’ll probably have access to the newest Android OS (Ice Cream Sandwich) way one or the other. Thanks to CyanogenMod 9, you’re able to get an early preview on your devices now. The newest alpha is by no means the last, but it runs smoother and faster than its predecessors.
While the Samsung Galaxy Nexus isn't yet on sale in the United States, the handset has been available in the UK for a week or so already. Lucky, Brits queued up iPhone-like in order to get their hands on the device, but it hasn't all been plain sailing since then.
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was open-sourced to Android Open Source Project (AOSP) a few days ago and folks from the Android modding community are had at work to port it over to as-of-yet unsupported devices. The Nexus S, which is certain to get an official update to Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) from Google itself, has already received a AOSP-based ICS custom ROM from the community. The one we’ll be talking about in this post is said to be stable enough for daily use, so if you’ve got a Nexus S available, you should definitely give this a try! Check out the details after jump!
Earlier this month, Adobe made an announcement of its plans to cease development of Flash on mobile browsers. Instead, they would refocus their efforts on the Steve Jobs supported browser technology of HTML5, which can basically display the same content as Flash, but without the need of a plugin.
The latest and, according to some, most important update to Google’s Android OS - 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich - was open-sourced just a few days ago and talented folks from the hacking and developers community have already managed to get Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) working on some of the most popular handsets. In this post, we’ll guide our readers on how they can flash ICS on a Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy S II. Check it out after the break!
Google has a lot riding on Android 4.0, A.K.A. Ice Cream Sandwich. The first release of Android to combine the chaos of all previous releases of the mobile operating system with the flair of Honeycomb, 4.0 will be the first version of Android to be used on both smartphones and tablets.
Google's latest iteration of Android will be reaching out to several handsets on the HTC roster in the early stages of next year, if a note on the company's official Facebook page is anything to go by.
We can only pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Nexus from the UK and it has already been rooted on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich! Talk about fast! It seems that the developers over at MoDaCo have been swift on their feet getting this task taken care of so you can fully enjoy every nook and cranny of your new device using their Superboot.