Samsung Galaxy Note: Big, Thin, Gorgeous (Hands-On Photos)

• November 10, 2011

Samsung Galaxy Note was announced a couple of months back which fills the game between a high-end smartphone and a tablet, a 5.3-inch Android device with a gorgeous Super AMOLED display, dual-core processor and 8 megapixels camera. We got our hands on one of the units and our first impression was: WOW. It was the same when we saw the Samsung Galaxy S II for the first time, but that was 4.3-inch of screen size. Galaxy Note is a full-blown 5.3-inch Super AMOLED display that can make you stare at the screen for long!

Fake New Android Market and Install Paid and US-only Apps

• November 9, 2011

We have covered this before, and here we are again with the same topic. Market Enabler stopped working for the latest Android 3.0+ releases, but looks like there is another similar app in the Android Market that does the same job, but more effectively without any issues at all. For those who are still new to this, Market Enabler is a free Android app for rooted Android devices. It allows you to fake your network carrier and access Android Market apps/games from different countries. You can also download paid apps from countries where only free apps are available.

HOW TO: Root Android 4.0 ICS on Nexus S

• October 26, 2011

Android 4.0 SDK port for the Nexus S got another release today, and developers have managed to iron out most of the bugs and almost, everything works now. Only a few minor issues that you should ignore as this is not even built from an official source code. However, if you are one of those who have tried playing around with the Android 4.0 ICS ROM on your Nexus S and are now using it for your daily-basis ROM for testing out bugs, I’m sure you would love to have root access on your phone.

Android ICS 4.0 SDK for Nexus S – Complete Details on How to Install ROM

• October 25, 2011

Android ICS 4.0 SDK port for the Nexus S is now available for download – this time, it very much works, as compared to the previous first release which barely had anything working. You can now download the Android ICS 4.0 ROM for Nexus S and try it on your phone. I have already posted step-by-step instructions earlier on how to install Android 4.0 on Nexus S for the previous first release of the SDK port. But if you still have any issues with it, I’d post the instructions again below.

How To Install Android 4.0 SDK Port on Nexus S

• October 24, 2011

I managed to install the Android 4.0 SDK port on my Nexus S, just for the heck of trying it out and playing with Ice Cream Sandwich on a mobile device. We have already played with ICS on the computer (how to?). Let me make this clear in the start, this is just a developmental build and nothing at all works in it. If you are daring enough and still want to give ICS port a try on your phone, well, keep on reading then.

Android 4.0 for Tablets Screenshots: This is How ICS Will Look on Tablets!

• October 24, 2011

Google unveiled Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) at a special Google/Samsung event in Hong Kong last week. They talked about the various new features and additions they have made to the OS, like the new UI, improved apps etc. Google only showed how ICS will perform on the Android phones, but didn’t really talk how it would be on the tablets. After all, ICS is supposed to be the same on phones and tablets. We got our hands on the Android 4.0 SDK and explored a bit to get the tablet version working.

Android 4.0 Screenshots from the Android SDK

• October 24, 2011

We just wrote a long tutorial on how you can install the Android SDK in Windows. For those who don’t want to install, but still would like to check out how is the new Android OS, here are some screenshots take from the Android 4.0 SDK Emulator. I spent a while exploring all the new features in the Android 4.0 and tried them out using the emulator. You can see the gallery of Android 4.0 screenshots after the jump.

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