As a proud owner of a Motorola Xoom Wifi edition, I expected an Android update as soon as I heard about Android 4.1 and fortunately enough, only a few days after it was released, a notification popped up, letting me know I was ready to update. Android 4.1, or Jelly Bean, as it is commonly known, is a fantastic upgrade from ICS. While it is not a complete UI makeover like ICS was to Honeycomb, it does bring hundreds of improvements on an already polished operating system. Thanks to Project Butter, the OS feels absolutely lightning quick and has virtually no lag whatsoever. Does it fare well in today’s competitive mobile OS market? Let’s find out.
Recently , on 29th May to be more specific , Samsung rolled out an Ice Cream Sandwich Update for India based carrier Galaxy S2 (GT-I9100) users via Kies and OTA (Over the Air) . Since then, after updating my mobile I have been engrossed in finding out the particular user interface changes that have been added in the ICS upgrade. Listed below are some of the changes which I could notice in my phone. There might be other changes too which I have missed. If so , please let me know.
Face Unlock is one of the most talked about features in the latest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). However, tech-blogs and phone reviewers have used it and also come out with ways to override this security unlock feature and get access to the phone.
One of the great advantages of the Android operating system is the ability to install different firmware versions on your Smartphone. These different flavours of firmware are called ROM's. Detailed instructions after the jump.
First and second generation HTC products such as the HTC Hero, G1, Aria, Legend, G2 Magic, Aria, G1, Droid Eris etc, Mostly Android devices.
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Windows Phone 7 Devices including the Nokia Lumia 900, Nokia Lumia 800, Nokia Lumia 710, HTC 7 Surround, Samsung Focus, LG Optimus 7,LG Optimus Quantum, HTC TITAN, HTC TITAN II, HTC Arrive, HTC Radar, HTC Trophy, HTC 7 Pro.