Tag Archives: XDA Developers

Nexus 4 Sales Estimated At 370,000 Thanks To Some Sleuthing

With the hope that T-Mobile’s upcoming efforts to put the Nexus 4 into all of their retail stores will lead to a boost in availability, plenty of questions are being asked about just how many Nexus 4 units exist. Well, thanks to some sleuthing by some XDA Developer fans, we can gather around 370-400 hundred thousand units exist. Even as Google and LG remain tight-lipped on both sales and inventory numbers, … [read full article]

CyanogenMod Breathes New Life Into T-Mobile G2 With CM10.1

In yet another reason why the folks from XDA are an Android users best friend, some crafty devs have taken CyanogenMod 10 code and placed it on a T-Mobile G2. There’s no question this reinvigorates a device that has been stuck at Android 2.3 for as long as I can remember. While it may not run as fast as todays handsets, the software is definitely good enough for daily driving. The ROM is … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy S III S-Voice APK Leaked, Use At Your Own Risk

Need something exciting to try this weekend with your rooted Android device running Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 or above? Take advantage of a newly leaked APK for Samsung’s soon-to-be-released S Voice application for the Galaxy S III thanks to a leaked ROM making its way across the internet. We’re hearing that the software is imperfect and that’s to be expected from unfinished software from an unfinished ROM. Said another way, if you’re expecting this … [read full article]

Official Ice Cream Sandwich Update ROM For HTC Ruby/Amaze 4G Hits XDA

While we’re still waiting for T-Mobile and HTC to announce the official releases of both the HTC Sensation 4G and Amaze 4G Ice Cream Sandwich updates — but if you’re comfortable doing a little hacking and tweaking on your Android device, XDA has you covered. The “official ICS update for Ruby,” the Amaze 4G codename is now available from XDA-Developers.com.  It looks like the download has come to a crawl, but if you … [read full article]

AT&T Version Of Samsung Galaxy Note Can Play Nice On T-Mobile With A Little Hackery

We first caught wind of this two days ago and took to Twitter to let the community know you can now run a AT&T Galaxy Note on T-Mobile, with some hacking. Thanks to the crazy smart members at XDA Developers, you can use the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note (i717) and hack it to use T-Mobile’s 4G network, albeit with some caveats. There are actually two steps required to carry out this … [read full article]

Ice Cream Sandwich Running On A T-Mobile G1, Kind Of

It’s clunky, it’s slow and you would not want to use it in real life but the fact that the talented folks at XDA-Developers have an Ice Cream Sandwich port up and running on a three year old T-Mobile G1 shows a lot of promise. It’s performance is powered by an archaically sounding 528MHz single-core processor, however this shows that other old-school Android smartphones might also get a taste of Ice Cream … [read full article]

Some T-Mobile Galaxy S II Models Suffering From Poor Screen Calibration?

The T-Mobile version of the Galaxy S II has already solidified itself as one of the best smartphones ever to grace the Magenta network and our review of it was glowing. Unfortunately, there seems to be, at least for some users on XDA Developer Forums a bit of an issue with the Super AMOLED Plus display. The XDA thread takes an in-depth look at the panels on both the T-Mobile and … [read full article]

HTC Pyramid Reappears In The Wild, Still No Word From T-Mobile

We’re still waiting for T-Mobile to give the official nod to the upcoming HTC Pyramid, until then we’ll continue to make do with the leaked shots. This time we’re seeing more of the Pyramid in the wild courtesy of XDA-Developers.com. As it stands, the specs acquired by the individual (s) over at XDA differ from our own. The XDA post states the Pyramid will come with a 960 x 540 qHD … [read full article]