It's that time of the year again, when the largest players in the mobile sphere gather in Barcelona for MWC, and one of the most highly anticipated unveilings is the next iteration of Samsung's Galaxy S series, Android's biggest OEM and one of the best selling series in the world. Numerous leaks have ensured that nothing mysterious remains about the supposed Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, with images of both devices from multiple angles, as well as side by side shots and...
Jelly Bean Lands on the Motorola Droid
The Motorola Droid, an iconic device, with it’s sliding QWERTY keyboard and D-pad. With it’s now measly 550MHz CPU and 256 MB of RAM, it’s one of those everlasting old school devices that never seems to disappear completely. Thanks to XDA Senior Member kfazz, the Droid once again get’s a refresh. This time with a custom Jelly Bean ROM.
Based on CyanogenMod 10, Jellybean for Droid is a functional build of Android Jelly Bean. Of course, as with all these older devices running the latest flavour of Android, there are a few minor issues, but the ROM is functionanl and usable, and gives Droid owners a taste of Jelly Bean.
If you want to invigorate your Droid with some of that sugary Jelly Bean sweetness, head on over to the ROM thread.
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MWC is here, and two of Android's biggest OEMs, HTC and Samsung are gearing up to launch their flagships. The rumored HTC M9 is no stranger to the camera and various leaks have showcased the device from all angles, with cranked up internals and a look similiar to its predecessor. Despite the extensive nature of these leaks, actual announcement garners a lot of anticipation and is happening at an HTC event titled "Utopia in Progress", with the live stream available right here:
When Google announced its wearables initiative around this time last year with LG and Motorola being the frontrunning hardware partners, many were skeptical about the endeavor. However, in the time since then, the platform has grown in leaps and bounds and what started off as a two manufacturer arena, soon expanded to include all the big OEMs out there. Today marks another step in Android Wear's advent, as one of the relatively smaller OEMs, Huawei, took the wraps off the...