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Verizon’s Motorola DROID RAZR HD And RAZR MAXX HD Now Support Isis Mobile Wallet

imageEarlier this week, Isis Mobile Wallet payment platform went live on three U.S. carriers – Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T. Verizon had only one device listed as supported at launch, with the DROID RAZR HD / MAXX HD compatibility set to arrive by the end of October. The Galaxy S III was also listed, but according to this list, it doesn’t seem to be ready just yet.

Two days ago, Verizon released the first update v0.7.2 for the RAZR HD variants with only a mention of one new feature in the changelog: an “updated Google Security Patch.” Today, Verizon amended the update document and added the mention of Isis Mobile Wallet, thus fulfilling its promise right on schedule.

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Motorola DROID RAZR HD AND RAZR MAXX HD Smartphones Get Minor Security Update

 

Verizon’s hottest smartphones for the fall may be only a few weeks old, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t get a  welcome update, right? Well Verizon and Motorola have announced a minor security update for the DROID RAZR/RAZR MAXX HD smartphones. The build— version 0.7.2.XT926— brings a “Google Security Patch”… which may or may not remove the ability for owners to partake in any shenanigans with the device.

The update is expected to reach owners sometime within the week, so if you’re an owner of either device, make sure you’re on the lookout for the update.

source: Verizon Wireless


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DROID RAZR HD and MAXX HD Receive First Update – Only a Security Patch

The DROID RAZR HD and RAZR MAXX HD on Verizon are scheduled to receive their first update this week as build 0.7.2. The update includes nothing that you probably care about. In fact, it’s a “Google Security Patch,” which could mean that it’s simply a fix for the root method that was released just before [...]

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Getting To Know Android 4.1, Part 5: Calendar and Settings

Jelly-Bean-LogoWe’re back! If you are somehow just joining us, where have you been? This is Getting To Know Android, the series where we milk every little detail out of the latest version of Android and put other change logs to shame.

Expect this version to be heavy on the pictures because, honestly, we’re getting down to the bottom of the barrel here. There won’t be much left to cover after this. To make up for the sparse commentary, we’re getting a two-for-one deal this week: Calendar and Settings!

The usual formatting applies, ICS is on the left, Jelly Bean is on the right.

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Brightness settings, Will my Galaxy Nexus arrive? [From the Forums]

From the Forums

Just in case you missed out on some of the Android news today, now is the time to go ahead and get yourself fully caught up. Here on the blogs and in the Android Central Forums there is plenty to talk about. Have some questions? Need some help or just looking to chat Android? You know where to go, check out some of the threads below to get started.

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Wallpaper Wednesday – 4 Leaf Clover Patch, Susquehanna River & Sunrise

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Susquehanna River 4 Leaf Clover Patch

OK, OK. We're a day late. Looking for something new to set as the wallpaper of your Android device? Instead of downloading apps, or spending hours searching for wallpapers on Google, why not just hit up the Android Central Wallpaper Gallery? Finding new wallpapers is a breeze, and hey we even showcased some of the great new uploads right above.

Luckily sharing wallpapers with the rest of the Android Central community only requires a couple of clicks, and then everyone can enjoy them. Be sure to check that you are logged in when uploading these so we can give you proper credit for the greatness you share with us. Browsing the gallery is a breeze, you can browse the top downloads, the newest uploads or even have them randomly displayed. Each week we will showcase some of the top uploads here on the front page, so how about sharing a few with us?

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myPill, iOS Contraception Reminder App, Supports Patch Contraceptive

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Announcing that Hashsoft has just released myPill version 2.1, their birth control reminder app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.

Following many requests from its devoted users, this version finally bring the long-waited patch contraceptive theme, a contraception product. Just like nicotine patch works, this can be placed on the shoulder or other body parts, this hormon patch replaces the need of swallowing pills daily.

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Could This Possibly Be The Samsung Galaxy S III?

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Samsung has been holding on somewhat tightly to any details of its highly anticipated upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S III. We’ve heard a few ridiculous rumors here and there over the past several weeks, but today’s “leak” looks to be the most believable thus far – either that, or a masterfully created hoax.

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As pointed out in this thread on Reddit, there are many aspects of this leak worth pointing out, beginning with the biggest hints of all: the date in the calendar and location in the weather widget. If these are to be believed, then we’ll be looking …

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DROID X2 Over-The-Air Update Being Pushed Out – Brings Bug Fixes And Google Security Patch

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Motorola Droid X2 users should be expecting a 35MB over-the-air update hitting their device in the coming days. Software version 1.3.418.MB870 is being pushed out and will bring the usual set of bug fixes, a little added bloatware and some kind of “Google security patch.”

If you’ve been holding out, waiting for Android 4.0, it’s been all but confirmed that the device will most likely not be seeing an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich in it’s lifetime (officially, anyway). Which is awfully strange seeing how a device with dual-cores was just about made for the new multi-threading improvements found in ICS. Who knows, maybe Motorola still has something up their sleeves for the ‘ol Droid X2 down the line.

[VerizonWireless]


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SXSW: Pulse Joins The Local News Category At South By Southwest

For those of you familiar with the Pulse news reader app for Android you are well aware of the awesome interface and easy reading ability of your RSS feeds via Pulse. Well Pulse was on hand at South By Southwest in Austin Texas this weekend to announce new local features.

Local news has become an important category for app developers. While there are several different sources popping up in the form of apps, for local news, Pulse has the knowledge and experience behind them from their RSS reader app that lays your news out across the page with easy access to the news that matters most.

More after the break
To deliver local news, via the new Pulse Local, Pulse has teamed up with CBS News, and AOL’s Patch which will give you a mix of hard news and the latest goings on from your community. For local sports Pulse has partnered with; SB Nation. Bleacher Report and CBS Sports, as well as others for uber local sports news.

Pulse has also teamed up with Groupon, Living Social and Gilt City to deliver local deals to your Pulse app as well. And of course there’s food mixed in their too courtesy of Zagat.

Pulse has received praise from Time Magazine, TechCrunch and Fortune Magazine among others. Look for the new Local features soon at Pulse’s page in the Google Play Store

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Droid 2 Global Update Rolling Out Now, Breaks Root and Causes Issues for Rooted Users

The Droid 2 Global update we told you about recently is rolling out to all devices and proves to be a solid update for those users who remain unrooted and plan to stay that way. The update provides a few bug fixes such as the annoying Out of Memory errors, camera not saving settings after power down, random power-ups and reboots, and  added a Google Security Patch. Like I said, if you like to keep your device stock this update should bring plenty of improvements but reports are showing the update breaks root.

Not only does this new update cause a few issues for rooted users, it also patches the vulnerability to gain root if that’s something you’re looking to do in the future. If you are rooted and you decide to update, I highly recommend not flashing an older SBF image as a few readers mention the possibility of bricking your device. The update provides an updated bootloader so things may go awry if you start flashing all willy-nilly. I would suggest staying away from the update if you are a root junkie like myself, but if you use your device like the manufacture intended, then the update will be no problem at all. To force the update go into: Settings–> About Phone–> System Update. From there you can apply the update without waiting for the notification to hit your device.

If you guys experience any issues, let us and the other readers know in the comments. Thanks! Also, if you want to look in to the root issues you can check out this Rootz thread.

source: Verizon


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Galaxy Nexus Kernel Patch using AC Charge for Faster Charging

Ever wish your poor little (awesome) Galaxy Nexus would charge just a little faster? Sure why not right? Well and XDA senior member by the name of chad0989 has built a kernel patch for faster charging. What this patch does is for an AC charge giving you less time for you GNex to be plugged into the wall.

Now this is not for any average Android “download and flash” user who is not confident in his abilities. This is for developers be placed in the kernel before it’s compiled. Yes I know. Big let down. But hey, bug these guys on the forum and I am sure they will be able to whip out this in no time.

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Droid 2 Global OTA Update Build 4.5.629 On The Way, Brings Bug Fixes And Enhancements

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The Verizon support docs were recently updated with information on a new OTA that should start hitting Droid 2 Global devices within the coming days (if not sooner). While the update isn’t anything major, it still brings some notable enhancements to the D2G:

Device Features

  • Device is enabled with the Wireless Alerting System.
  • A Google Security Patch has been added to improve security level.
  • Fixed issue where the device may power ON without user interaction.
  • Adjusted camera settings will be saved, even after the device is powered down.
  • Resolved possible device resets while playing music.
  • Reduced Out of Memory errors.

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Your Droid 2 Global Should Be Receiving an OTA Update Soon, Here’s What to Expect

For those of you Droid 2 Global owners, you should start to be on the look out for a new software update in the near future. The upcoming build number will be 4.5.629 and should bring some welcomed improvements. Some of the listed fixes are:

Device Features

  • Device is enabled with the Wireless Alerting System.
  • A Google Security Patch has been added to improve security level.
  • Fixed issue where the device may power ON without user interaction.
  • Adjusted camera settings will be saved, even after the device is powered down.
  • Resolved possible device resets while playing music.
  • Reduced Out of Memory errors.

Email, Messaging & Data

  • improved ability to access and receive Gmail messages when the Mobile Hotspot is turned on.
  • Addressed error that replicated thumbnails in message threads.

Applications & Widgets

  • WAV files can be played from Visual Voice Mail.
  •  Purchased ringtones are now able to be downloaded, saved and used where appropriate.

The update is going to be 19.4MB in size and should be rolling out soon, if not now. I just checked my girlfriends DROID 2 Global and nothing was available yet so you may have to wait a bit before you can update. Be a pal and let us know in the comments when you see something, will ya?

source: verizon 1 / 2

 


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Motorola Droid X Receives Update

Motorola Droid X, maybe, is not the most popular smart-phone in Moto’s line but it certainly has a couple of things that I find interesting and comfortable. Also, I do enjoy its mechanical buttons which are very rare nowadays. So, this interesting representative of Moto’s family receives the v4.5.621.MB810 update which brings lots of great things including:

Prevents lockups or resets after the Over the Air (OTA) update.

OTA update notice screen displays the correct estimated update time.

Improved browser security with the Google Security Patch from Android 2.3.6.

Fixed issue where the device may power ON without user interaction.

Resolved possible device resets while playing music.

Adjusted camera settings will be saved, even after the device is powered down.

Reduced Out of Memory errors.

WAV files can be played from Visual Voice Mail.

Device is enabled with the Wireless Alerting System.

Improved stability of Music Player reduces resets.

Shortcuts to applications remain on the device even after applications are moved to the SD card.

Improved connectivity with 3G Mobile Hotspot data connectivity.

Addressed error that replicated thumbnails in message threads.

Corrected errors where Yahoo! mail notifications were not displayed properly.

Reduced duplicate message errors.

Improved ability to access and receive Gmail when the Mobile Hotspot is turned on.

Sorted contact groups.

Device recognizes Multimedia ringtones after purchase.

Button background lighting turns off while in the desktop cradle.

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Droid X update v4.5.621.MB810 now rolling out to the masses

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We've known now for quite some time that it was coming but for all you Droid X owners out there, the v4.5.621.MB810 update is now rolling out to the masses.  As noted in the change log, this release covers a lot of bug fixes:

  • Prevents lockups or resets after the Over the Air (OTA) update.
  • OTA update notice screen displays the correct estimated update time.
  • Improved browser security with the Google Security Patch from Android 2.3.6.
  • Fixed issue where the device may power ON without user interaction.
  • Resolved possible device resets while playing music.
  • Adjusted camera settings will be saved, even after the device is powered down.
  • Reduced Out of Memory errors.
  • WAV files can be played from Visual Voice Mail.
  • Device is enabled with the Wireless Alerting System.
  • Improved stability of Music Player reduces resets.
  • Shortcuts to applications remain on the device even after applications are moved to the SD card.
  • Improved connectivity with 3G Mobile Hotspot data connectivity.
  • Addressed error that replicated thumbnails in message threads.
  • Corrected errors where Yahoo! mail notifications were not displayed properly.
  • Reduced duplicate message errors.
  • Improved ability to access and receive Gmail when the Mobile Hotspot is turned on.
  • Sorted contact groups.
  • Device recognizes Multimedia ringtones after purchase.
  • Button background lighting turns off while in the desktop cradle.

It's not Ice Cream Sandwich sadly but it's a massive update either way. Go ahead and check for software updates, it should be there. If not, sit tight it will be along shortly and don't forget to drop by the Android Central Droid X forums and let us know how it's working out for you when you get it.

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UI Patch Available For Galaxy Nexus, Adds Dedicated Search Option To ICS Menu Bar

And so the Galaxy Nexus customization begins.  Just as soon as the device arrives, you’re more than likely going to want to head on over to Modaco’s for some awesome hacking and tweaking.  They’ve got a UI patch which allows you to assign a permanent search button to the standard ICS menu bar.  In addition, they’ve added customization that allows you to rearrange the icons in whatever order you want.  It appears that this is only the beginning and we’ve yet to see what the dev community has in store for the device.  Here’s to more customizable features and hacks as the days of the Galaxy Nexus unfold.  Feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments below.

 


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MoDaCo’s Paul O’Brien Releases Patch For Galaxy Nexus Softkeys With Menu And/Or Search Key Reinstatement

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One of the most prominent new features on the Galaxy Nexus, and Ice Cream Sandwich, is that the soft-keys are displayed right on the screen. While the notion is a sound one, there will always be those who miss some of the legacy features left behind. In this case, those would be the Menu and Search keys, stalwarts of Android’s interface paradigm since its release with the G1. What was once four buttons – Home, Menu, Back, Search* – has been whittled down to just Home and Back, along with the introduction of the new multitasking-purposed App Switcher button….

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Galaxy Nexus Receives UI Patch, Adds Dedicated Search Option To Lower Menu Bar

  As soon as you get your hands on a Galaxy Nexus, there are already going to be a few tweaks and hacks you can perform to make the phone your own.  For example, just released is a UI patch by Team MoDaCo which allows there to be a permanent search button in the bottom menu bar. [...]

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HTC Acknowledges Data-Exposing Vulnerability In Some Devices, Promises Over-The-Air Patch Shortly

imageHTC acknowledged the vulnerability in some of its devices that Android Police together with Trevor Eckhart disclosed Saturday night. The privilege escalation vulnerability currently allows a potentially malicious app that uses only the INTERNET permission to connect to HTC’s HtcLoggers service and get access to data far exceeding its access rights. This data includes call history, the list of user accounts, including email addresses, SMS data, system logs, GPS data, and more.

HTC added that a software fix is already in the works and will be pushed to affected devices following a brief testing period (hopefully carriers won’t end…

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ROM – @CdTDroiD Pyramid3D Neon for HTC Sensation

CdTDroiD has released an update to Pyramid3D Neon. The latest version is now V7.2.0.

This release is supported on the following Device(s):
- HTC Sensation

Pyramid3D v7.2.0 - Full ROM

FULL WIPE

  • Fixed weather again 
  • Added modified browser with extra settings and tabs enabled
  • Updated init.d scripts (Removed a few disruptive issues)
  • Added O/C Daemon system to replace overclocking apps
    - Added Daemon controller for over/under clocking (stock is set to 1.5ghz)
  • Fixed a few minor bugs with SystemUI and framework
  • Much better speed and responsiveness all round

Pyramid3D v7.1.1 - Small Patch

Flash over v7.1.0 NO WIPE NEEDED

  • Updated kernel to 0.1.0 v2 – Thanks Baadnewz
  • Lowered thermal protection values for CPU downclocking too fast
  • Few minor build.prop tweaks

Pyramid3D v7.1.0

Full wipe recommended for best speed but not needed

  • Added Faux123`s v0.1.0 Kernel O/C at 1.56Ghz OnDemand
    - Fixes USB Storage mode.
    - Fixes Black screen on incoming call for some.

    NOTE: You need to go to Settings > Sound and uncheck “Quiet ring on pickup”, “Pocket mode” and “Flip for speaker” to fix


    - SetCPU works well just dont use extra profiles or you will get the SU notification all the time.
    - L2 Cache Bandwidth Boost (from max 310MHz to 360MHz)
    - Fixes 3D glitches in games
    - 3D Engine from 266.6 MHz to 320 MHz

  • Fixed HTC Stocks + Widgets
  • Fixed Market not downloading apps
  • Fixed Updater-script so it formats /system and /cache on install
  • Fixed Weather widget refreshing everytime you look at it (Only some had this issue)
  • Fixed a couple of minor errors from 2.3.5 base
  • Fixed framework issues (replaced)
  • Fixed Dual clock timezone bug
  • Added HTC Hub back at request
  • Added HDR Camera mod – Disabled shutter sound
  • Added CPUMaster as stock OC app (If you use SetCPU be sure to uninstall CPUMaster)
    - O/C Damon coming in next update
  • Added Beats mod for improved sound (Needs more testing)
  • Added more customizing options (See my signature)
  • Improved scrolling in menus
  • Improved call handling (Dial out speed etc..)
  • Improved proximity sensor wake/sleep speed
  • Improved WiFi a little more
  • More speed tweaks
  • More battery tweaks
  • Best update to P3D yet  - Enjoy and click thanks if you like it 

Pyramid3D v7.0.2 - Small Patch

Flash over any 7.0.x NO WIPE NEEDED

  • Fixed screenshot function
  • Fixed 3G Icon for TMOUS users
  • Changed Dalvik Cache size from 64mb > 48mb

Pyramid3D v7.0.1 - Small 5mb Patch

  • Same as v6.1.1 Without the MoreLocal2 App

Pyramid3D v7.0

Full Wipe Needed for new base

  • New 2.3.5 Base !! – (Thanks Baadnewz for the help and advice!)
  • Fixed Languages to have American, New Zealand and British – Happy yet? 
  • Fixed Market auto restore
  • More battery tweaks
  • Changed default wallpaper back to stock and themed ones in “HTC Wallpapers”
  • Added 5×5 App drawer as stock option
  • Updated init.d scripts – NEW
  • Disabled Annoying ADB Notify in status bar – NEW
  • Added a couple of performance tweaks – NEW

Recommended Daemon Settings:

Wake Min 384000
Wake Max 1296000
Wake Governor – Ondemand

Sleep Min 276000
Sleep Max 384000
Sleep Governor – Conservative

Note: At the moment the stock kernel is the best but if you need to over clock try RCMix Kernel below

Tips:

For battery turn off:

  • Quiet pocket mode under settings/sound
  • Turn off auto brightness
  • Make sure wifi sleep mode is set to “Never” but should be by default
  • Turn off phone finder under locations, use wheres my droid instead if you are worried

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Droid X2 Root Gingerbread Patch[Download][Instructions]

I was super excited this weekend to see P3Droid released a pre-rooted Gingerbread patch for the Droid X 2. I owned the Droid X since it came out and knew from experience sometimes it takes a while before your device will even get rumors of a Gingerbread update. Considering the X2 hasn’t been on the market too long, I am very optimistic after receiving an OTA Gingerbread update that my X2 may not have been forgotten. 

If you don’t have completely stock Froyo, you are going to need to SBF back to stock. This means, if you used Titanium to remove or freeze system software, applied a custom rom, or ran any other modifications to your X2, you MUST SBF back to Stock Froyo 2.2.2.

Use the instructions in this thread to easily revert back to stock before applying P3Droid’s patch.

[HOW-TO] SBF back to stock Froyo, Update to P3Droids Pre-Rooted GB Update

That is the instructions I followed and I was patched to Gingerbread, fully rooted, with all bloat-ware removed, in less than an hour. I always recommend people use LauncherPro, for both my Droid X and Droid X2 they were both laggy in transitioning between home screens, unless I use LauncherPro.

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Samsung Showcase Receives Update

Finally the Samsung Showcase (Galaxy S) on Cellular South receives that awaited EE25 update that brings quite a few bug fixes but still is better than nothing. No natter what, it is good to know and realize that finally Cellular South does something to make its line of the Android based devices feel comfortable. By the way, here is the list of fixes:

Fixed, Missed voice call while playing YouTube content

Fixed, Restore Buddies now contact list after upgrade

Fixed, Force-close issue when Voice call ringtone menu selected after setting Default ringtone

Fixed, Restore default ringtone if Speak Caller ID selected prior to upgrade EC10

Fixed, Google Client ID change

Google Rooting Security Patch

Google Market security patch

Google Security

As you can see, this upgrade won’t bring you cooking and repairing skills on your Samsung Showcase but the list of bugs mentioned should definitely make your working experience on Samsung Showcase a lot better. By the way, do not forget to backup your information as far as this update will make them vanish in eternity.

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ROM – @erickwill X10x EWJet V007ex for Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

erickwill has released an update to X10x EWJet V007ex. The latest version is now 007.

This release is supported on the following Device(s):
- Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

Changelog:


Smoothest and Reliable than ever

Many new system improvements

UP 4 DAYS BATTERY

NEW PATCH FOR EWJET XKERNEL ROM

FreeKernel mod 3.51

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Flash Player Gets An Update To Patch Security Vulnerabilities

Run to the Market and go get the newest Flash Player (10.3.185.23) for your device. Security Bulletins were published by Adobe about (1) and (2) possible issues with previous versions of Flash, so here we are with the newest version addressing them. Here’s the release notes for 10.3. There is nothing listed under “recently changed” [...]

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Patch Enables Netflix App On Rooted HTC Thunderbolts Running Gingerbread ROMs

professor_tboltWhen we posted on the work-around for enabling the Netflix app on unsupported devices, more than a few of you weren’t thrilled to hear that the fix didn’t work on the Thunderbolt. We knew a fix would come eventually, and now we’re happy to report that the developer community has delivered; they’ve found a way to get the Netflix app working on the Thunderbolt. Unfortunately, there is a bit of bad news, too: it only works on devices that are rooted and running a Gingerbread ROM.

If you fit that criteria, the instructions are pretty damn simple. As…

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XDA Developer Creates Patch For DroidDream Malware

Leave it to the developers at XDA for everything. You know the old motto “there’s an app for that” well with XDA “They’ll make an app for that” and that’s what they’ve done. XDA user Rodderik has created a patch to prevent damage from the recent DroidDream malware.  The malware that we’ve been talking about [...]

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