My phone takes better pictures than that.
How big is the risk associated with putting CM9 on a touchpad and doing a dual boot setup between android and webOS? I REALLY don't want to brick the touchpad.
Since nobody has posted this yet, Google I/O 2012 KeyNote Day 2 is Live
This cirque de solei thing is really stupid and nobody cares about it as anything more than a tech demo
Chrome can be installed to more iPhones than Android phones
I'm trying to get Jellybean on my phone, but I'm having trouble rooting the phone..
When my phone is on, my computer displays "Android ADB Interface", but when I boot in fastboot, it just said "Android 1.0", and I can't install the SAMSUNG Android ADB Interface drivers...
I'm following this guide, any help would be appreciated.
Not got an OTA?
Looking at the Nexus 7 at the moment, I might take the plunge and pre-order a 16GB model.
Wait, was Hexxeh one of the 6000+ people who got swag on Keynote Day 1?
Well did you, Hexxeh?
Nexus 7 tablets: Don't expect the full 16gb to be available. The 8GB version for example has only about 5,5GB of free space. Which is really REALLY low. I was hoping google would go around this and actually give you 8GB of space for YOUR stuff.
That's like saying that you've bought a prebuilt computer with a 250GB hard drive and you wonder why 30GB is missing? Operating system and other various required files.
nice phone mate (pffasfsgfsgfsyasdfa"
I own a Samsung Galaxy Y, do I win? *Hides every other Android device*
It's firmly middle of the road but for a contract of £12.99 per month it's a great deal.
Have you used the Nexus 7 yet?
I think that maybe in a few years I'll get Google swag once I finish my uni course.
I actually have a legit reason for actually going next year (and hopefully getting into the first Keynote) because two months later, I would be going through a Android Development course (it's a Comp Sci course) and I wouldn't have to buy another phone, which probably won't be a development phone/tablet like the Galaxy Nexus/7.
Plus, I can show it off and get extra marks and stuff.
This is such a huge turning point for google I think.
Just now I'm worried they'll be sued because siri