Android 5.0 Lollipop is a great release. It’ has improving usability with material design, given us quick access to our notifications on our home screen, and more. However, there are some very unique idiosyncrasies regarding the notification sounds and silent mode. Basically, it’s not truly silent. In this episode of XDA Xposed Tuesday, XDA TV Producer TK reviews an Xposed Module that helps you truly silence your Lollipop device. XDA Recognized Developer tonyp created the True Silent Mode module. TK shows off...
Kyocera Zio M6000 and Samsung Galaxy S 4G Forums Added
Our little (not so little) family of device forums keeps getting bigger as time goes by. In the case of today’s additions, we are introducing a new brand in our midst, Kyocera. The Zio M6000 is a mid to entry level Android device, running on an older version of Android (1.6), so you can expect it to be a bit laggy if you have never had a chance to play with one. It would certainly make an interesting project to get this device to run on Froyo. On the other side of the spectrum, we added the new iteration of the Galaxy devices from Samsung, the Galaxy S 4G. As its name suggests, the device is 4G capable. Other than this, the device is rather similar to its predecessor, the Vibrant and as such, going for T-Mobile in the US.
So, do you have any of these? If you do, please share your experiences with the rest of the community. Any and all contributions for the continued improvement of these two would be highly appreciated.
Please visit the Kyocera Zio M6000 Home.
Please visit the Samsung Galaxy S 4G Home.
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