When Vodafone won the Nexus S Jelly Bean Challenge it was a great day for Vodafone, it meant that Nexus S owners got their Jelly Bean upgrade within 2 weeks of the factory image being available on the Google Dev homepage, it also meant that Vodafone were free and clear of supplying a Galaxy Mini 2 to us to review and give away.
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We know all too well the turmoil and angst that pending updates for your precious handset can cause, the dreaded “check for update” button returning the result that your device is up to date, when you know it isn’t! We know that the Nexus S update has been approved and rollout has started, we know that Vodafone have received the[Read More…]
Last we heard about the availability of the LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Note II on Australian carriers was a possible launch on Optus in December. We’re now hearing rumours that all three of the major carriers will launch the Galaxy Note II in November albeit as a staggered release with Optus first out of the gate offering it[Read More…]
It’s been a long wait and it doesn’t appear that an end is in sight. Australian carriers are still waiting for Samsung to submit the Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy Nexus to them for testing and Vodafone has just published a statement from Samsung on their blog regarding the delay in supplying the update to carriers for testing :[Read More…]
We’re a little proud to have been covering the lead up to Vodafone’s App Aid, and just a little disappointed that we aren’t physically there to cover it, but that’s just how the cookie crumbles sometimes. But, despite the lack of our presence there, things are going along really well, and of course they should be! A blog like Ausdroid[Read More…]
If you own one of the earlier Samsung tablets, the Galaxy Tab 10.1, then you’ll be happy to hear that the long-awaited Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) update is just around the corner. While Vodafone has announced via its blog that the ICS update has been approved by Vodafone and will be released by Samsung “soon”, Ausdroid tipster Calum has advised[Read More…]
While the Android 2.3.6 “Value Pack” update for the original Samsung Galaxy Tab might not bring with it every that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich has to offer, it will give you an experience that is semi close. Performance will increase; you’ll get face unlocking; menus have been arranged to that of Android 4.0. So really, it’s better than no[Read More…]