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AT&T Optimus G Updating To Jelly Bean 4.1.2

After a long wait, with both the international and Sprint models already updated, the AT&T LG Optimus G is finally being updated to Jelly Bean. The update will add the standard Jelly Bean features, like the beloved Google Now and expandable notifications, and on top of that, LG improved their UI in small ways. Unfortunately, the Q apps that are included… Read more

ASUS Rolling Out Jelly Bean 4.2 Update To Transformer Pad Infinity

ASUS continues its trend of fast updates for its tablets with the newest version of Android for its highest end tablet available. Yes, the Transformer Pad Infinity is getting an update to Android 4.2, and it’s rolling out today! While the update to 4.2 isn’t huge, it does bring multi-user support for all of you who share their tablet. It also brings a… Read more

HTC Thunderbolt Updating Again, Fixing Bugs ICS Introduced

The HTC Thunderbolt has been a helluva ride for its owners. With the long awaited and really really late Ice Cream Sandwich update, the device was apparently left with bugs. That’s not exactly what the already struggling owners wanted. But luckily, Verizon hasn’t given up, and has announced another update for the device. This update is supposed to fix… Read more

AT&T Pushes Bug Fixing Update To Galaxy S II

Yesterday, the Sprint Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch got an update to Jelly Bean, complete with the new Nature UX. A day later, the closest brother the Epic 4G Touch ever had, the AT&T Galaxy S II, is also getting an update. This is a big reason to get excited, right? Yes and no. Unfortunately, the update doesn’t change the Android version; it’s still stuck… Read more

Samsung Updating Korean Galaxy Note To Jelly Bean

The original Samsung Galaxy Note is being updated to Jelly Bean in Korea. It’s a reason to celebrate because this is far more than just an update to a new Android version, but it’s a totally different user interface. This update includes the newest Nature UX from the Galaxy Note II, along with many new features. They include Project Butter for smoother… Read more

People’s Sony Xperia Z Handsets Randomly Dying

It seems that a significant amount of people are having their Sony Xperia Z handsets just die out of nowhere. Some can be revived (by holding power and volume up), some never come back to life. It seems we have another sudden death issue on our hands. So far, people have not found a link between all the deaths. Some people’s devices die, some don’t…. Read more

Swype Beta Updated With Many Fixes

Swype has so far been the undisputed king of swiping keyboards on Android. Even though SwiftKey recently released their version of swiping, dubbed Flow, Swype still has them beat by a little. It’s simply a bit more accurate. So if you’re a dedicated Swype user, there is an update available for the beta keyboard. Here is the full changelog: Swype Beta… Read more

Sprint Updates LG Optimus G To Jelly Bean

We never understood why the LG Optimus G launched with Ice Cream Sandwich while its nearly identical brother, the Nexus 4, launched with Jelly Bean 4.2, two major updates ahead. But that doesn’t matter, because Sprint’s model of the Optimus G is one version closer with the Jelly Bean update rolling out now. Not only does it come with Google Now and… Read more