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Samsung Galaxy S IV Image Spotted in the Wild?

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Time for those blurry, low quality pictures of a new phone to start surfacing from depths of the interwebs. SamMobile claims they got their hands on the one of the first images of the newly Galaxy S IV that has been rumored to be hitting the digital streets in May. As you can see from the image above, it is just a straight shot without the screen on, and you can see the flash from the camera being used to take the picture. Always seems to happen. These guys that take these pictures never seem want to turn the flash off for some strange reason.

Specs have also been talked about with this image release.  13 megapixel camera, 2GB of RAM and a quad-core 2.0GHz Exynos 5450 processor, all hiding behind a 4.99-inch display are looking to be what we might see rocking in this device. Looking at the image, it does not really look much different from the GSIII, which I am sure there are slight differences we just cannot see from this image.  I do not see Samsung drastically changing the design of the Galaxy line anytime soon.

So let us know what you guys think. You planning on getting the GSIV this year? Or is there another phone that has caught your eye?

Source: Android Community

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Starting this month, all T-Mobile stores expected to carry the LG Nexus 4

If you’re still dying to grab the Nexus 4 but were unable to due to the influx of orders that crammed Google Play, then you may be in luck as T-Mobile is planning on carrying the device on every store starting this month. Thanks to an image obtained by TMONEWS, we should expect every T-Mobile store to carry the device, presumably for the same $200 on contract price tag.

Will this finally be your chance to nab the elusive device?

source: TMONEWS

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Starting this month, all T-Mobile stores expected to carry the LG Nexus 4

If you’re still dying to grab the Nexus 4 but were unable to due to the influx of orders that crammed Google Play, then you may be in luck as T-Mobile is planning on carrying the device on every store starting this month. Thanks to an image obtained by TMONEWS, we should expect every T-Mobile store to carry the device, presumably for the same $200 on contract price tag.

Will this finally be your chance to nab the elusive device?

source: TMONEWS

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The Ubuntu phone’s time, if ever, is now – not in 2014

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And any number of hurdles still stand in Canonical's way, no matter how cool things look now

Canonical has been buzzing in our ears about Ubuntu as a mobile device operating system for a while now. We've seen them tout integrating a solution into Android for a year, and before that they had plans for their own mobile version of Ubuntu that more than a few Linux geeks were following. Today they came full circle and showed off a native OS on an Android phone, getting some of us pumped for the "next big thing."

But with yet another announcement without a single flashable image, will Ubuntu OS even have a chance?

Let's discuss the pros and cons, and see why 2014 might be too late for any success for Canonical. Read on.

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Samsung Galaxy Grand – 5" display and 1.2GHz dual-core processor

Good lord, Samsung really does want to make 5″ screens the new default size. That’s what you get with the Samsung Galaxy Grand, which appears to be a mid-range Android model offering a 5″ display powered by a dual-core processor. It’s a bigger, slightly less powerful Galaxy S3 by the look of it.

Android 4.1 is the launch OS on the Galaxy Grand, with the only real downside here being the display resolution, which may look a little rough on that screen running at 480×800. There’ll be a dual-SIM version, too…

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..which makes us suspect it won’t see a UK launch. But you never know. Love these Samsung info-pics. Everything you need to know in one image without any messy cutting and pasting.

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Leaked images show new red and brown Galaxy Note 2 versions

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It looks as though the Galaxy Note 2 is going to have some new color options for 2013 — at least brown and red as seen in a leaked image today. The official color names are "Ruby Wine" and "Amber Brown," but we think just "red" and "brown" will do. Our first reaction is to think that these may be carrier- or region-specific variants that get the new colors, but considering that the original two colors made it around the world at launch, we could see these hit the U.S. carriers as well.

This may remind you of a leaked image from a couple days ago which showed a Note 2 in svelte black casing, but AndroidSlash has updated its original story to say that the image appears to be a fan-made fake. For now, the best bet is that we'll see brown and red along with the current crop of colors. Anything more is a bonus.

Source: UnwiredView; AndroidSlash

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Samsung to release the Galaxy Note 2 in black

A black Samsung Galaxy Note 2? Certainly not much of a surprise, but a great move by Samsung nonetheless. An image of the back side of the Note 2 in black was acquired which prompted this rumor to circulate.

While there’s no official word from Samsung on the validity of a black Note 2, it isn’t far-fetched and we should most certainly expect it to be released sometime next year.

Would you guys pick up a black Note 2?

source: Sammobile

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Samsung to release the Galaxy Note 2 in black

A black Samsung Galaxy Note 2? Certainly not much of a surprise, but a great move by Samsung nonetheless. An image of the back side of the Note 2 in black was acquired which prompted this rumor to circulate.

While there’s no official word from Samsung on the validity of a black Note 2, it isn’t far-fetched and we should most certainly expect it to be released sometime next year.

Would you guys pick up a black Note 2?

source: Sammobile

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Samsung to release the Galaxy Note 2 in black

A black Samsung Galaxy Note 2? Certainly not much of a surprise, but a great move by Samsung nonetheless. An image of the back side of the Note 2 in black was acquired which prompted this rumor to circulate.

While there’s no official word from Samsung on the validity of a black Note 2, it isn’t far-fetched and we should most certainly expect it to be released sometime next year.

Would you guys pick up a black Note 2?

source: Sammobile

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Samsung to release the Galaxy Note 2 in black

A black Samsung Galaxy Note 2? Certainly not much of a surprise, but a great move by Samsung nonetheless. An image of the back side of the Note 2 in black was acquired which prompted this rumor to circulate.

While there’s no official word from Samsung on the validity of a black Note 2, it isn’t far-fetched and we should most certainly expect it to be released sometime next year.

Would you guys pick up a black Note 2?

source: Sammobile

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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in Black Surfaces

If a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in Marble White or Titanium Grey weren’t satisfying your smartphone design needs, and maybe a traditional black was more your thing, get ready! According to a press image (above) that is reportedly real, it looks like an official black version may be on the horizon. This wouldn’t surprise us, [...]

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A few apps to get you started with your new smartphone

Coming up with a top 5, or even a top 10 list of apps is sort of difficult these days. But not because it is hard to find 5 or 10 apps to recommend, but because there are so many worth recommending. That being the case, we decided to recommend some apps that will get the new smartphone user started. After all, it is the holiday season and we suspect more than a few people will be getting a new Android smartphone. So without any further adieu, here are the apps that I install first when getting a new device. These are also the apps that I almost always have installed.

lookout

Lookout: This is a security and antivirus app and while I appreciate that it scans apps that I install, I primarily use Lookout for the find my phone feature — you know, just in case it gets lost of stolen. With Lookout you can remotely track your device as well as remotely lock and wipe your device. This app just gives me some peace of mind.

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Evernote: What can I say here, Evernote serves as my digital brain. I could easily write thousands of words about my love of this service. Evernote is free to use, available on multiple platforms and allows me to easily capture text notes, image notes and audio notes. If you are often taking notes or needing to jot things down to remember, Evernote is a good solution, especially if you like the ability to also grab those notes from a regular computer.

runkeeper

Runkeeper: A big part of my mobile use comes with this app. I am an avid runner and like using Runkeeper on my smartphone. Runkeeper is an easy to use app that has been more than reliable for me. And similar to Evernote, all of my runs are also stored online so I can access and view them from my smartphone as well as on the computer. I have been using Runkeeper for years, across multiple devices and have logged thousands of miles. In fact, I only have one complaint and that is so minor and specific to my use case, it is not even worth mentioning.

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Facebook, Falcon Pro for Twitter and Untappd: A big part of smartphone use these days is social and given that, how can we not mention Facebook and Twitter. For Facebook I always use the official app. For Twitter I like the official app, however I have been rocking Falcon Pro lately given it seems to have a bit more feature wise. One of the Falcon Pro features is being able to see image previews while browsing the timeline. And sure, I like and use Google+, but rounding out my top 3 social apps is Untappd, one that beer lovers will likely enjoy.

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Pixlr Express: In buying a smartphone, one of my must have features is a good camera. I take at least a few pictures each and every day and love to edit and share them. Filters, such as in Instagram and the Flickr app are nice, but I like to be able to dive a bit deeper with other tasks such as cropping. The Pixlr Express app is free, easy to use and with lots of features.

doggcatcher

Slacker, Audible, DoggCatcher: Aside from running, my most common use is audio listening. I almost always have headphones plugged in and am listening to something. In my case I use Slacker, the $9.99 per month pro account because it gives me mobile caching as well as on-demand listening. And while I hate to keep recommending paid services, Audible is fantastic. It helps keep me entertained while getting in some long runs and doing chores around the house. Finally, while Audible is great, I only get one book per month with them and I supplement that with podcast listening. For the podcast listening, I have used DoggCatcher for years. I love the app and given it has been so reliable for me over the years, I cannot recommend it enough.

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Netflix, Hulu Plus: Video is one set of apps that I always have installed, but often do not use. I am a Netflix and Hulu Plus subscriber and these are my go to apps. They also work nicely when on hour, or hour plus car rides as they can help keep the kids entertained in the back seat. We think most will know what both of these services offer, movie and television streaming. In fact, we think the only real limiting factor here is whether you want to spend $8 for one, or subscribe to both and end up paying $16 per month.

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Flipboard, Instapaper: Rounding out my must have apps is reading. Flipboard, what can you say — it does what it should and it does it well. If you want to read news in a magazine like set-up, you cannot go wrong with Flipboard. Personally I use it on my Galaxy S III and my Nexus 7. And given I spend all day working on the web, I often find stories I want to read, but don’t have time to read at that very moment. This is where Instapaper comes in, it generally serves as an end-of-day reading list.

And as you may have noticed, one category of apps that were left off were games. I do play some Android games, but more often than not play on my Nexus 7. I more often than not have no games installed on my smartphone. But if I were, two that I have been playing lately include Pudding Monsters and Dead Trigger.

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Samsung Galaxy Camera video walkthrough

Our full review of the Galaxy Camera is coming later today. In the meantime, we've got an extensive view walkthrough of Samsung's Android-powered point-and-shoot camera. We take a look at hardware, software, image and video quality, and that all-important camera app. If you're after a quick primer on one of the first Android-based smart cameras, it's definitely worth a click.

Check back later to for our full verdict on the Galaxy Camera review.

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Polaroid rumored to be working on Android-powered camera with interchangeable lenses

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Nikon and Samsung have already brought Android-powered smart camera to market, and now it seems Polaroid may be looking to edge into this market with a somewhat different device. According to the latest round of online rumors, the company may be bringing to market the world's first Android-based compact camera with interchangeable lenses.

Today's leak comes from Photo Rumors, which sources a company profile for article in industry publication Dealerscope. The article about Sakar international, which is apparently collaborating with Polaroid on the device, reveals the camera as the Polaroid IM1836. This apparently features a 18.1MP sensor, pop-up flash, a 3.5-inch touchscreen and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The camera is said to offer Wifi and HDMI connection options, but there's no mention of any cellular data option, or internal hardware like CPU or RAM.

Visual similarities between the IM1836 and the Nikon 1 J2 have led to speculation that the Polaroid may use the Nikon's lens ecosystem, though right now the relationship between the two cameras remains unclear.

Crucially, the inclusion of interchangeable lenses would indicate that this device is more focused on image quality than earlier Samsung and Nikon offerings. Image quality been a common complaint of the Samsung Galaxy Camera, which costs as much as a mirrorless camera, but produces point-and-shoot quality pictures.

There's no word as yet on when Polaroid's Android-powered camera might make an official appearance, but we'll be on the lookout for it at CES in Las Vegas next month.

Source: Photo Rumors; via: The Verge

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Samsung Galaxy Grand – 5″ display and 1.2GHz dual-core processor

Good lord, Samsung really does want to make 5″ screens the new default size. That’s what you get with the Samsung Galaxy Grand, which appears to be a mid-range Android model offering a 5″ display powered by a dual-core processor. It’s a bigger, slightly less powerful Galaxy S3 by the look of it.

Android 4.1 is the launch OS on the Galaxy Grand, with the only real downside here being the display resolution, which may look a little rough on that screen running at 480×800. There’ll be a dual-SIM version, too…

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..which makes us suspect it won’t see a UK launch. But you never know. Love these Samsung info-pics. Everything you need to know in one image without any messy cutting and pasting.

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Latest Kik Messenger update infuses the app with Reddit browsing and sharing

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Where the boys at Google have been sitting on their hands when it comes to adding new features to Google Talk (when are we going to be able to send pictures!?), the boys at Kik are picking up where Googs left off. A sort of hybrid between normal SMS and instant messaging, Kik combines the best of both, allowing users to quickly and easily share photos (and more) with users on Android or iOS. Because the Kik service requires users to create user names and not actual phone numbers — unlike rival messaging service, WhatsApp — users no longer have to worry about changing your number if some weirdo wont leave them alone.

If you haven’t been keeping up-to-date on all the Kik happenings, recently their Android app was updated with a new way for users to share using a new feature they called “Cards.” There were 3 cards at launch: YouTube Videos, Sketch, and (Google) Image Search. Think of Cards as tiny apps within the app, that allow for direct sharing of content with friends, family, or acquaintances. Where you could technically do this the “old fashioned way” by sending links via SMS or on Google Talk, when cards are shared with other Kik users, the content is immediately displayed in the conversation view and users wont ever have to leave the app to view. Genius.

Today, Kik was updated in the Play Store yet again, this time adding an all new card called “Reddit Pics.” As the name suggests, the mini-app allows for easy browsing of Reddit’s images, and you can even custom tailor browsing by adding your favorite subreddits. Once an image is found that is deemed worthy of sharing, simply send the image directly to another another Kik user where they can even read the caption. Gotta hand it to ‘em, it’s an awesome update for an already great app. Can’t wait to see what the guys at Kik come up with next. The update is live on Google Play and, as always, Kik Messenger for Android is completely free to download.

[Kik on Google Play]

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US Cellular’s Samsung Galaxy SII Receiving Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4 Update (FK19)

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If you’re still toting the US Cellular-connected Galaxy SII, good news – it seems the device’s update to Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4 is ready to go and can be installed using USC’s “Simple Upgrade Tool” any time now.

The update, which carries software build number FK19, brings with it all the Ice Cream Sandwich goodness some other carrier variants already enjoy including Face Unlock, TouchWiz improvements, and more.

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Image: US Cellular’s Ice Cream Sandwich Promo Document

While US Cellular’s Galaxy SII may be a bit late to the Ice Cream Sandwich party, it’s nice to see continued support for the device, 10 months after it first debuted on the carrier.

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US Cellular’s Samsung Galaxy SII Receiving Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.4 Update (FK19) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Google pulls Nexus 4 factory images and binaries from its developers site

 

Some hawk-eyed hackers noticed something strange this morning: the factory images for the Nexus 4 seem to have disappeared from Google’s developer site. A factory image is a file that allows you to restore your device completely to stock in case something goes wrong while hacking and tinkering with your device. Interestingly, the Nexus 7, Nexus 10, and Galaxy Nexus factory images are all still available to download, indicating that the Nexus 4 factory images were deliberately pulled by Google to make some changes to the core code. Could it be that Google is trying to completely disable the recently discovered 4G antenna? We hope not. It’s anyone’s guess really, what Google is up to. Anyone have any good theories?

Source: Google Developers

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Google pulls Nexus 4 factory images and binaries from its developers site

 

Some hawk-eyed hackers noticed something strange this morning: the factory images for the Nexus 4 seem to have disappeared from Google’s developer site. A factory image is a file that allows you to restore your device completely to stock in case something goes wrong while hacking and tinkering with your device. Interestingly, the Nexus 7, Nexus 10, and Galaxy Nexus factory images are all still available to download, indicating that the Nexus 4 factory images were deliberately pulled by Google to make some changes to the core code. Could it be that Google is trying to completely disable the recently discovered 4G antenna? We hope not. It’s anyone’s guess really, what Google is up to. Anyone have any good theories?

Source: Google Developers

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Google Nexus 4 factory images and binaries removed from Google Servers

Not sure what is going on here, but we have come across some news that might be less than exciting for many developers and Google Nexus 4 owners across the planet. For some reason Google has removed the Factory Images and Binaries from their servers for the device. The Factory Image is the file one would flash to their device to take it back to stock after any number of mishaps. Developers love them for the simple fact that they can flash away and try new things and still go back to stock with ease.

There are a few possibilities as to why it was pulled. Could be to strip out anything related to LTE connectivity that might have been left over in the stock image. This would be prompted by the recent developer activity that got LTE working on AT&T in some locations. It could have also been because of a critical bug issue inside the factory image that caused issues.

We will keep an eye out int he usual location to see if an explanation is issued by anyone. Until then, if you have the original factory image, be sure to keep it some place safe.

Source: Google  via Softpedia

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Pixel Twist for Android, a Fantastic Puzzle Game From Noodlecake Studios

I stumbled upon Pixel Twist just a bit ago in Google Play. So far, I’m really loving it. For a puzzle game, it isn’t all that hard, but what I do like is the concept. You’re given a bunch of random-looking pixels and an image that you need to match them up with. To make [...]

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Silicon Image reveals UltraGig 6400 wireless HDMI output for next-gen phones and tablets

Silicon Image reveals Ultragig 6400 wireless HDMI output for nextgen phones and tablets

Up ’til now, the WirelessHD standard has been best suited to large, thirsty devices like laptops, AV adapters and projectors. If we wanted video output from a battery-powered weakling of a mobile device, then we’d either be looking at a WiFi-based option, which can sacrifice bandwidth and latency, or at a wired connection like MHL, which effectively means tethering ourselves to the TV. However, Silicon Image claims it’s come up with a new WirelessHD transmitter, the UltraGig 6400, which allows for gaming and full 1080p60 video and yet is easily light-footed enough to fit into a smartphone or tablet.

The company’s optimistic photoshop above shows off the compactness of the module relative to the type of flagship phone it’d one day like to be part of: the silicon itself is 10mm x 7mm in area, or a fifth the size of the older WirelessHD Gen3. Just as importantly, the 60GHz transmitter consumes less power than a smartphone’s own local display (around 500mW, with a 30-foot line-of-sight range), has a mere 5ms latency to allow for interactivity, and shouldn’t add more than $10 to the cost of manufacture. Of course, we’d have to add a little more to that sum in order to purchase the mains-connected HDMI receiver box — but in return we’d get to enjoy all our mobile vices at something much closer to life-size.

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Snapseed for Android now available

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Snapseed developer Nik Software, now owned by Google, has released an Android version of its photo sharing app. The app has several filtering and tweaking options to allow photos to be improved, distorted or stylized. And of course there's a big Google+ button up top, so there's no doubt as to where Google wants you sharing your snaps.

Bundled image tools include basic stuff like cropping, brightness and contrast controls, as well as more exotic capabilities like framing, "grunge" and "drama" filters.

In addition to the Android launch, the iOS version of Snapseed is available for free from today.

Hit the Google Play link above to get downloading, and let us know how you're getting on with Snapseed down in the comments.

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Google releases Android 4.2.1 (JOP40D) factory images and binaries for Nexus devices

As expected, Google just posted the factory images and binaries for Android 4.2.1 (JOP40D) for the family of Nexus devices. For the Nexus 10, the factory image is still at JOP40C due to an issue. These files allow you to restore any of these Nexus devices to stock if you ever get into trouble, so download them now and keep them in a safe place. Links are below for both the factory images and the binaries.

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Nexus device factory images updated to Android 4.2.1 (JOP40D)

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Just a quick heads up that, as promised, the factory images for the Nexus 4, and Nexus 7 have been updated, should you need to get back to stock. Nice and easy. If you notice that there's no updated image for the Nexus 10, you've got a good eye. Google's JBQ in the Android Building Group notes that there was a problem with the JOP40C image (which has since been fixed). So hang tight. More on that here.

Otherwise, get your download on should you need to.

Download: Nexus factory images

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Google: Nexus 4 Not Sold Out, Google Play Just Experiencing High Traffic

The yellow bar that we have captured in the image above just appeared on Google Play. It reads: Google Play is currently experiencing very high traffic. Nexus 4 is not sold out and will still be available for purchase. Please try again shortly. Thank you for your patience. So, there you have it. The Nexus [...]

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Nexus 4 Showing that it Indeed Can Have LTE Support

Remember how there was this big deal about the Nexus 4 not coming with LTE support? Well forget all that! Nexus 4 can have LTE support…in Canada. Yes, Telus customers have been reporting that they have been able to tap into the hidden LTE chip inside. Hidden LTE chip? That makes no sense. According to the image above and the videos I have seen, it would be true.

When you go into the phones settings, and hit the preferred network option, there is the option to be on LTE, or to have both GSM and LTE. Now it only brings in the LTE from Network 4 that is available in our neighbor country. Engadget tried to tap in a similar network in the UK, but were left with no LTE on the Nexus 4. Pretty interesting. Canadian friends, let us know if this can happen on your phone. US friends, it is all good because hopefully your GSM speeds are still pretty rockin.

Source: Engadget

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Android 4.2 OTA update and factory image live for ‘yakju’ Galaxy Nexus

With the Takju variant of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus received Android 4.2 last week, it’s now the Yakju’s turn. To be specific, this 4.2 update is for the international version of the Galaxy Nexus not purchased in the Play Store and you should be running build JZO54K as a prerequisite before updating. Along with the 4.2 update, Google was also nice enough to provide the factory images to go along with the update. The OTA should be hitting applicable devices soon, or you could always try to fetch the update yourself via setting/about phone.

source:  Google Devs


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Google working on fix for “December” bug in Android 4.2

A pretty big oversight was made by the Android QA team, it seems, as the update introduced a glaring omission from the contacts date carousel. Users trying to associate a date with a contact were surprised to find that the month of December was missing. While this isn’t an experience-breaking omission it’s still something that’s so painfully obvious that it infuriates many-a soul (especially if you have a ton of friends whose birthdays occur in December).

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Luckily for us Google is already on the case and is working up a quick fix to get it out to Nexus devices everywhere. Google’s statement even pokes a little fun saying the update would be out in time to make sure you won’t be forgotten by loved ones whenever your birthday or anniversary rolls around. This would indicate that we should see it in a matter of days, and there’s no reason to believe otherwise as we imagine this fix should be fairly straight forward and easy.

This issue didn’t affect the calendar app, mind you — it was only the date selector field in the People app missing the month. We’re not sure how this bug affects contacts who were already in your address book that had a December date under their entry, but if anyone’s entry was wiped out then hopefully this will restore it.

Google still has a host of other issues with Android 4.2, though, including performance issues for many people on the Nexus 7. We hope they’re hard at work on all of that stuff, as well. Chances are we will have to wait for a separate upgrade to iron those issues out, though, so don’t be bummed if all your problems aren’t solved in one fell swoop.

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Verizon’s Black Friday Ad Lists “Cranberry” DROID RAZR, Galaxy Nexus, and LG Lucid for Free

Verizon’s Black Friday ad is out and includes a couple of decent deals. First, as you can see in the image above, Verizon and Motorola are releasing a special edition “cranberry” color for the original DROID RAZR. No, this is not the new RAZR HD, but the same RAZR that was released a year ago. [...]

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