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Android on HP TouchPad Bounty: Now Over $2,000

XDA has teamed up with HackNMod to pool together resources in an effort to make the bounty for porting Android to the HP TouchPad as large as possible. As a reminder, you can still find TouchPads for sale for a little as $99 (though they're sold out for a couple of weeks, we're told). With...

Android on the HP TouchPad: Let’s Do It!

You might have heard that HP is no longer supporting webOS devices. Now that the TouchPad is on sale for $100 or less around the internet, there is great interest in porting Android to the tablet. At XDA, we push the limits of our mobile devices, and getting Android ported to the TouchPad would be...

Get More Out Of Your Touchpad With Perfect Keyboard For Android

Fed up with your stock Android keypad? Why not try out XDA forum member for.digit's Perfect Keyboard for Android. Perfect Keyboard lets you take command of your Android device's touchpad keypad, enabling customisation with seven different themes and adding additional functionality to your device. The app features custom dictionaries, background and text colours as well as the...

List of Nougat ROMs for Popular Devices — Find Your Android Update! [UPDATED DAILY]

It's been a while since Android 7.0 Nougat has been out. If you have a Nexus device which is currently supported, you already have your taste of the latest Android in most cases. But if you are a non-Nexus user, you would be lucky if your OEM even promised you an update, let alone deliver it...

HTC Vive Teardown Shows a Module Design

iFixit just published their teardown of the HTC Vive and they gave it an impressive repairability score of 8 out of 10. They said the headset breaks down easily without damage, the headstrap and face pads are removable, they only use standard Phillips and Torx screws and the touchpad hardware is from the Steam controller so...

TAG Heuer $1500 Android Wear Watch? Moto X Style Gets Marshmallow, HTC One A9 Rooted! – XDA TV

It's Friday, November 13, 2015, and let's talk about what happened this week over at XDA-developers.com. So, you got $1500 bucks you can spare? If so, you can pick up TAG Heuer's newest watch, called Connected, which is an Android Wear device. It's got an Intel Atom chip in it, 1 gig of RAM, 4 gigs...

Marshmallow Update & Unofficial Port Round-Up — Get Up to Date!

Come one, come all! While Nexus owners have already gotten a taste of some sweet, sweet Marshmallow, most users are left waiting for an official update. For many devices, it's hard to say when they'll receive their 6.0 updates given how many layers of testing each device needs to go through. Nevertheless, we're compiling a list...

128Gb Zenfone 2 Coming! LG G4 Unveiled – XDA TV

The LG G4 has been unveiled. That and much more news is covered by Jordan when he reviews all the important stories from this week. Included in this week's news is the announcement of the ASUS ZenFone 2 with 128GB of storage and be sure to check out the article talking about the release of...

Next@Acer Press Conference – Unveiled Products Roundup

Acer might not be the biggest manufacturer when it comes to Android, but nevertheless they offer some good products for reasonable prices. At today's New York event, their inaugural next@acer global press conference showed us what's next in their Android and Chromebook repertoire, as well as some Microsoft products. Their new line-ups are focused on...

Say ‘Hello Alexa’ to Amazon Echo – XDA TV

For whatever reason, Amazon appears to be continually trying to disrupt the Android and Google services relationship. They want a piece of that action. From the Kindle tablets to the failed Fire Phone, Amazon is certainly running up against Google. Of course, it could be said that Amazon is an idea company in the same...

Google Adds Android Apps Support to Chrome OS

Some time ago, Google decided to give up on Android and focus on Chrome OS as the main operating system for more traditional computing form factors. Since that time, we've seen Chrome OS ship on Chromebooks, Chromeboxes, and the like. It seems that the engineers at Google changed their minds and decided to Androidify their second operating system by allowing it...

LuneOS Goes Official and Brings webOS to Android Devices

webOS has had rather turbulent history. Initially developed by Palm, the Linux kernel-based operating system has never found had an easy time making its way to mobile devices. However, and what may come as a surprise to many reading this, development work on the platform is still well underway. There are even working ports for...