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GoogleEars Modified to Work in Blocked Countries

When a community becomes as large as XDA, it's hard to find things that everyone agrees one. One of those rare things is that Google Apps would be so much better without silly carrier and country restrictions. Google Wallet should work on every Android device with NFC, and Google Music should work everywhere. There is...

Restore Galaxy Nexus Internal Memory After Bootloader Unlock Wipe

Most are aware that unlocking the bootloader on Nexus devices typically wipes the /data partition. You can sometimes root without unlocking the bootloader, backup data through a root-enabled app, unlock your bootloader, and then restore your data. However, most would prefer not to go through that hassle. Now, you can unlock as normal, and get...

Guide Released Shows How to Update to 4.2 Without Losing SD Card Formatting

Every new version of Android brings changes. Not only visible changes, but also under the hood changes. Sometimes they can be pretty big too. Just ask the folks in the Samsung Epic 4G forums, who had to switch to the MTD Partition Map. Android 4.2 saw the addition of multi-user support (on tablets), and some...

PACMan ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus

As PACMan continues to spread like wildfire, users are starting to embrace the ROM's unofficial motto: "Why choose when you can have it all?" For those who are still unfamiliar, PACMan ROM is a kang ROM that combines the best features of CM10, AOKP, and ParanoidAndroid. Since it was first released, it's been gaining momentum....

Samsung Galaxy Nexus Gets Linux-On-Android Support

A while back, we brought you news of the Linux-on-Android Project. For those who don't know, Linux-on-Android allows users to install various Linux distros on your supported device. It uses chroot, which is kind of like a virtual machine on your Android device. It lets you run Linux without overwriting anything, and with little to...

Android 4.2 Update Hits AOSP, SDK Updated, Latest Nexus Binaries Added

Earlier today, we brought you news of the Andriod 4.2 OTA update for GSM/HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus in the US, and Android 4.2 factory images for Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 7, and Nexus 10. While that's enough to get end users excited, Google isn't leaving ROM and app developers behind either. Android 4.2 Jelly Bean has...

Android 4.2 Images for Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7, 4, and 10

The past few hours have been quite exciting for Nexus device owners. Earlier today, Google started rolling out the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OTA to the Google Play variant of the GSM/HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus (takju). The OTA update file was shared with us by XDA Senior Member HAKA, along with installation instructions for all GSM/HSPA+ variants of Galaxy Nexus...

Team Liquid Releases RC7 ROM for 7 Devices

It's always fun to see AOSP-derived, source-built ROMs released for a variety of devices at once. Whether it's for five devices or for 14 devices, large scale releases mean that if you upgrade, you may be able to run the same ROM you're already familiar with.Team Liquid has recently released RC7 of their AOSP ROM...

Galaxy Nexus Gets Google Calendar Text View from Nexus 7

Even though some devices may have similar resolution screens, they don't always display the same information from the same applications. One notable example is the Google Calendar on the Nexus 7, which displays information in text view. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which has a similar screen resolution, displays information in small lines. To many, this...

Blackberry 10 Style Lock Screen Mod for ICS and JB ROMs

There are a boatload of lock screens out there. Seemingly every version of Android comes out with a new one or at least a modified version of an older one. Then there are the OEM lock screens found on TouchWiz and the HTC Sense. On top of that, there are a plethora of third party...

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Galaxy Nexus is Back!

There are very few times when we can literally jump off our seats when we read something coming out of the US courts, especially as of late with all the unfairness that has been witnessed in the case(s) of a certain Cupertino company's crusade against a comparatively lesser known Korean company. Well, while tides are...

Root Your Galaxy Nexus without Unlocking the Bootloader

The last time many sought to root a Nexus without unlocking the bootloader, HTC was the sole maker of the Pure Google Experience devices, dual-core Android devices were only a dream, and XDA Developers was a little more than half its current size. Of course, we're referring to the Nexus One. Many users chose to...