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Nexus 4 Not Supported In AOSP For Now

We have some bad news for you early Nexus 4 adopters: It isn’t supported in AOSP. JBQ has said that the “Nexus 4 is not supported in AOSP at the moment: no source files, no binaries.” Considering it’s a Nexus device, this is extremely disappointing. The Nexus 4 joins the Nexus 7 3G in not being supported by AOSP, making this launch far from flawless…. Read more

Google Wallet No Longer Supports Verizon Galaxy Nexus

Verizon may have blocked the Google Wallet app from their Galaxy Nexus all this time, but it didn’t stop people from installing it anyway. Sideloading, through the browser, or even just coming pre-loaded with custom ROMs, there were many ways to get it installed. The thing is, it would work just fine. Now, it seems that either Verizon or Google has… Read more

Motorola’s $100 Credit Eligibility Page Live, Get Money For Non-Updated 2011 Moto Phone

At Motorola’s event yesterday, they said that most of their phones released in 2011 and after would be getting the Jelly Bean update. Of course, not all. Some phones will be stuck on an older version of Android (Gingerbread!). However, if you own one of these devices, Motorola announced that they’d give you $100 in credit if you buy one of their new… Read more

Verizon Inductive Charging Kit For Galaxy S III: Not Samsung Made

Looks like Verizon is intent on selling its own charging pad for the Galaxy S III. While the back plate is genuine Samsung, the actual charging pad is not. The charging pad will be sold by Verizon for $50, while the Samsung inductive backplate will be $40. If you want this pair, and don’t mind a non-Samsung charging pad, call Verizon and ask if they… Read more

Verizon DROID Incredible 4G LTE Is Denied The “One” Label

HTC’s Jeff Gordon recently said that “Verizon is not going to be carrying either of the HTC One devices currently announced.” This also means that the HTC DROID Incredible 4G LTE some people were hoping would be the Verizon One isn’t a One series phone at all. The Incredible 4G LTE actually uses a different Qualcomm chip from the One X. It isn’t the… Read more