LTE nexus 7

2013 LTE Nexus 7 sees its Android 4.4.4 factory image finally

The year old 2013 LTE enabled Nexus 7 tablet already has Android 4.4.4 via an update that Google pushed out earlier this year. So don’t go getting all crazy over “it already had it.” In all actuality the 2013 LTE Nexus 7 didn’t have a stock factory image available....
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Supposed Nexus 6 caught on camera, just a few things to see really

We must be nearing the official launch announcement of the new Nexus 6. It always seems that “leaks” start to pick up more and more the closer we get to a device launch. The Nexus 6 has been suspected for a mid-October release, or at least announcement. We have heard rumored...
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Google Apps for Education

Google to offer unlimited storage to schools and students in coming weeks

In coming weeks Google will be put another notch in their belt on their quest to enrich and simplify lives for educators and students. In an effort to continue helping students have use and access to the tools the need Google will be making a pretty significant change to their education...
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Sprint goes for the “Double Data” promotion, also runs through October 31st

Just the other day AT&T announced that they are offering up double data for the same price on their Mobile Share Value plans.Their promotion runs through October 31st for new and existing customers. Not to be out done, Sprint has announced a similar deal for their customers that starts...
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Galaxy Note 4 has Gap Issues. OnePlus 2 Announced! – ManDroid Daily

The ManDroid Daily is here gang, and hopefully your Tuesday is treating you well. The Galaxy Note 4 is seeing a tiny be of controversy that involves a gap in the design. The Note Edge doesn’t seem to be as gimmicky as we might have thought, and the OnePlus 2 is coming soon. Enjoy...
Filed in: The ManDroid Show
In-App purchases

In-app purchase price ranges start appearing in mobile version of the Play Store

Part of the Google movement to keep themselves out of potential trouble, and to make life better for consumers, was to start putting price ranges on app that offered in-app purchases. That change is set to start taking effect today and Google has delivered on it. At least to some degree. Any...
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Note Edge 4

Five big features that show why the Galaxy Note Edge isn’t a total gimmick

Samsung has the money, the resources and the R&D to try things that break the traditional conventions of what we all perceive as a normal. We can toss out the words gimmick, innovation or just plain stupid all we want when it comes to a device, product or feature. In the end, it...
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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Gap

Galaxy Note 4 gap is a necessary manufacturing feature according to Samsung

There is this wonderful thing out there called the internet. It allows everyone all over the world to find something wrong somewhere with something and allows everyone everywhere to compare notes and complain in unison. Regardless if an issue is an isolated instance to a few thousand,...
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Spotify O canada

Spotify finally makes its way to Canada

The world is full of music streaming services. Some of the big names include Pandora, Google Play Music All Access, iHeartRadio, Phapsody, Slacker and Spotify. Each has its following and each has its own special little thing about it from price tag, to number of available tracks, to...
Filed in: Applications, News, Software
Android L build LRW87D

Five day old Android L build LRW87D shows up with crash log and short video

We already know Android L is coming, and we have a pretty good idea of what it’s going to be called, but we can’t help but feel excited when we see more evidence of its existence pop up. This latest news comes to us courtesy of the Chromium issue tracker once again, which...
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oneplus 2

OnePlus 2 confirmed to be coming in Q2 or Q3 2015 during Reddit AMA

Given the success of the OnePlus One, we always expected OnePlus would have been working on a successor to that device. Sure enough, Carl Pei of OnePlus today confirmed during their Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) that they are indeed already working on a follow-up, called the OnePlus 2,...
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