You can fool your teachers into thinking that Galaxy Note is an e-reader.
anyone kind enough to provide me a good tutorial to root galaxy s2 2.3.4?
Can someone give me a rundown on the Samsung Galaxy Mini? My work is providing me with one soon and I'd like to know what any of you think of it
What's the best tablet that I can get for $500?
Are there any 7" ones that can run Ice Cream Sandwich?
So, anybody have any idea how to fix scratches on a Galaxy Nexus? I've got one on the top bezel, intersecting the speaker well and a smaller one just above the screen and right beneath the larger one. They're significant enough to feel.
I had one on my old ipod and it felt thick enough that I recon you wouldnt feel the scratches at all.
Sony has cut $100 off the price of its first tablet, the Tablet S, in a move to entice consumers to its Android slate.
Those who buy a Tablet S also receive a free 180-day trial of Sony's Music Unlimited service, as well as five free rentals from Sony's Video Unlimited Service.
Through the end of January, the company is offering up five free downloadable "Classic PlayStation" games in its PlayStation Store app for new Tablet S owners as well.
The price drop, as listed in Sony's online store, pushes the Tablet S down to $399.99 with 16 gigabytes of built-in storage or $499.99 for 32 gigabytes of storage.
The dual-screen Sony Tablet P, which made its debut alongside the Tablet S as a prototype in April, still hasn't been released or given a launch date, although the tech giant promises it is on the way.
The Tablet S features a 9.4-inch touchscreen with 1280 x 800 resolution and a wedge-like shape that makes the slate feel something like a rolled magazine in the hand. A Wi-Fi Internet connection is needed for use.
The device also has a 5-megapixel camera in the rear and a 0.3-megapixel camera up front, 1-gigabyte of RAM and a dual-core Nvidia Tegra2 processor. The tablet runs on Google's Android Honeycomb operating system, but Sony has promised an update to the newer Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
Yeah, $100 price drop is pretty nice and you get some more stuff.
7-inches? Maybe the Galaxy Tab that's 7 inches
Not sure if late (didn't know about V5), but Asus Prime is confirmed to have a completely locked bootloader, without the possibility of Root/Custom Roms
Report it stolen and write the story down you provide you will be asked to repeat it many times. Get the times and dates spot on.
Report to police give them EMI number (maybe called something else)
Wait a week or so new one in the post.
Or you can deal with your OCD issue like a man and get the fuck over it.
OH GOD I SPELLED ACQUIRED WRONG IN OP.
Gonna stick cyanogen on my s2.
How old is my version of cwm, I have 18.104.22.168 .
I DID IT.
Sorry for potentially sounding stupid but does anyone know how to get ICS for a G2x? I've been seeing a lot of people with it on their phones and was wondering if mine could get it too.
I need help finding something, I think it was in the old Android thread.
An app called SteamDroid.
All I really remember is the snazzy logo and it was supposed to be one of those Steam friends chat apps.
Is newegg trying to overcharge, or is amazon trying to scam people?
$150 in difference must mean something.
Bah, to download free music from the Android market I have to enter in credit card info?
Welp my first gen droid shit the bed afyer almost two years. God damn i loved that thing.
Then i went and picked up a galaxy nexus and ho lee shit is this thing righteous
Grabbing a cheap tablet to fuck about with.
Found out that some guy ported CM9 to GT540, so I downloaded and installed it. It is just a bit slower, but runs fine and has haptic feedback working + wifi works nicely too.
Guys, if I backup an authenticator app with Titanium Backup, does it backup the "login" data too? So I don't have to put in serial number and all that shit again?
This whole SWTOR Security Key thing is keeping me from flashing CM9. :C