Instagram for Android was released a couple of days back on Android phones and since then we have been seeing a new update with bug fixes daily. Instagram 1.0.0 was released on day 1 which apparently had some issues with the camera on some Android phones due to which the team at Instagram released another update – Instagram 1.0.1 – then Instagram 1.0.2, Instagram 1.0.3 and now Instagram 1.0.4. You can update the app from Google Play Store, or if for some reason you can’t see the update of the app yet or your phone isn’t supported, you can download […]
HTC Desire was one of the most sold Android phones of its time. It was launched just after NExus One withan updated version of HTC Sense after HTC Hero. HTC Desire S is the successor to HTC Desire. HTC has been rolling out Android 4.0 ICS updates to its various HTC phones which were scheduled to get the ICS updates on their phones officially, but not all of them have received it. Do you like installing and trying out custom ROMs? We at Team Android are always looking for new and stable custom ROMs that you can install on your […]
HTC has been rolling out Android 4.0 ICS updates to its various HTC phones which were scheduled to get the ICS updates on their phones officially. HTC Sensation and HT Sensation XE have already got official ICS Android 4.0.3 updates, but the Desire S still has not received it. Do you like installing and trying out custom ROMs? We at Team Android are always looking for new and stable custom ROMs that you can install on your Android phones and extend their features/functionality over the official software updates. HTC Desire S ICS is already available now, thanks to a custom […]
HTC Wildfire was one of my favourite budget Android phones. It had pretty low-end features like a 600 MHz processor, 280 MB RAM and a small display screen and had natively Android 2.2 on it and is still being sold at an affordable price in various countries. Well, now we can even get Android 4.0 ICS on HTC Wildfire. We have already covered Android 4.0 tutorials for low-end Android phones like Samsung Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Gio and Galaxy Fit – HTC Sensation XL as well. HTC has no plans to release an official ICS update to Wildfire and have kind of dropped […]
Haris Nadeem • April 8, 2012
Samsung Galaxy S2 is actually the most sold and most popular Android phone at the moment, and with that sales figures comes more developers interest. There are tons and tons of custom ROMs available for the Samsung Galaxy S2. Official Galaxy S2 Android 4.0.3 ICS ROMs are already available for download, but some custom ROMs are way better that official updates. Previously, we have seen tutorials on official Android 4.0.3 build XWLP3, XXLPS, XWLC2 and XXLPJ – and CyanogenMod 9, HyDrOG3N-ICS – for Galaxy S2.
Huawei MediaPad is a 7-inch Android tablet from Huawei that was released last year with Adnroid 3.0 – Honeycomb. It has recently been upgraded to Android 4.0 ICS software update. We bring you a tutorial to install Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 (rooted) on MediaPad / SpringBoard, the easy way without any problems. This is the International version of MediaPad Android 4.0 update. A tiny notice that I’m sure you must be knowing as well. Rooting your Android phone will void your warranty, but then you would be able to enjoy your favourite root apps i.e Titanium Backup.
Samsung Galaxy S3 will be releasing by the end of this month or the next and like always, Samsung has been very lip tied about their upcoming flagship Android phone. And not to mention, Samsung Galaxy S3 is also one of the most anticipated phone of the year 2012. We have already seen Galaxy S3 leaked photo and release date, but no one is sure if that is actually true or that even exists yet or not.