Tag Archives: Ports

GameStick Gets A New Look, Dock To Go Along With It

The GameStick has gotten some pretty big support on Kickstarter, not only blowing through its $100,000 goal but getting more than five times that. The company behind it, PlayJam, has redesigned the GameStick using feedback from people, and this is the new design. Not only does it have a bit more of a grip to it (still looks incredibly uncomfortable to… Read more

You Can Enjoy Bites of Jelly Bean Now

I’ve been searching the forums for only a short time and I’ve already found a Jelly Bean OTA, a port, and the .apk for the Jelly Bean Play Store.  Android 4.1 Jelly Bean was only announced Wednesday morning at Google I/O 2012.  I’m sure there’s more going on and I just haven’t found it yet.  I’m personally excited to try out Google Now when I can get my… Read more

Ice Cream Sandwich works its way to the HTC Droid Incredible 2

Ice Cream Sandwich ports seem to be all the rage these days, and we now have another phone to add. The Droid Incredible 2 for Verizon Wireless has gotten a working beta, and the dev claims it’s well worth the flash. Most things are working, but be warned, as the camera, GPS, Bluetooth, the Gallery app, and a few other things aren’t working. Everything… Read more

Nexus One receives full Ice Cream Sandwich port

Lately many Android phones have been receiving early ports of Google’s new update, Android 4.0. One of the most notable is the original Nexus phone, the Nexus One. While there was previously a poor port of the SDK preview, it now has a full port from ICS’ AOSP through Cyanogen Mod 9. It’s still in alpha form, so don’t expect everything to work, but we’re… Read more