The HTC One M9, Available in both 'Gold on Silver' and 'Metal Gray' colors will be available for sale in stores across the US on April 10th, however most carriers are starting preorders tomorrow on March 27th. No matter which network you order yours from you will be covered by HTC's new Uh-Oh service. Throughout the day today we have seen just as many announcements from carriers regarding pre-order information and prices for Samsung's new flagships the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. If...
Replace Stock MMS with Vanilla MMS on Droid Incredible
If you’re a Droid Incredible owner and long to have the Vanilla MMS application on your Android device, rather than the slow and clunky Stock MMS application, take a look at the tutorial written by XDA forum member shoman24v.
The dev has successfully removed the Stock MMS app and replaced with the Vanilla MMS app, stating that the new app is much smoother. SMS and MMS have both been tested for sent and received items as well as FB integration.
To follow the tutorial, a basic knowledge of adb commands and the Android SDK is required.
For the full tutorial, check out the forum thread.
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OnePlus is one of those companies that appear one day and next thing you know, they are all over the internet. Their original OnePlus One phone was a major success in the mobile space due to its low price yet remarkable specifications - the ultimate goal of the company and their “Never Settle” slogan. We love talking about “the little OEM that could”, not necessarily because they are good or bad, but because their business and marketing strategies are very...
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will be available for sale across the big four US carriers on April 10th, but most pre-orders start tomorrow, March 27th. Which network is the right choice for your new phone? That's a question whose answer received a new wrinkle today as announcements about pricing and bundled perks landed from all angles. Here's the rundown of Samsung offerings as we know them, but it's worth mentioning that HTC's newsroom was just as busy rattling off...