More and more smartphone manufacturers have been moving towards on-screen buttons, with Google really pushing for it over the physical button alternative. However, there are still a few OEMs (we're looking at you, Samsung) that have preferred to keep things a bit more traditional. Tell us which way you prefer and why.
Evo 3D Gets ICS OTA, Online Nandroid Backups, Google Now on ICS with Voice! – XDA Developer TV
When it comes to covering awesome articles from the XDA Portal, one man has the super powers to review the news that you need to know. That man, or is it machine, is Jordan. Today, Jordan talks about online Nandroid backups without rebooting. The story about the Dolphin Browser beta and Dolphin engine is discussed, and how the Droid RAZR received a GSM patch to use CDMA ROMs on GSM devices.
In Ice Cream Sandwich news—yes it is still being worked on—Jordan mentions the official update for the EVO 3D. Also, Google Now with Voice Search is working on Ice Cream Sandwich. Jordan-News Power Activate!
Links to stories mentioned:
- EVO 3D Finally Gets Official ICS Update – Unimpressed is the Word of the Day
- Google Now with Voice Search Finally Working on ICS
- GSM Patch for Droid RAZR Brings GSM to CDMA ROMs
- Dolphin Browser Beta with Dolphin Engine Now Available
- Online Nandroid Backups Without Rebooting Ported to Most Android Devices
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