Earlier this month at the Google I/O event we saw first non-Nexus Device getting some nexus treatment by Google, courtesy the Samsung Galaxy S4 stock Android edition which was launched at the event.
With that launch we were expecting that some other devices would also get stock Android treatment and we were not wrong. Read the full post
Nexus 4 was a late entrant in the Indian Smartphone market. It was delayed for almost 6 months after International release, before releasing over Flipkart and local indian stores a couple of weeks ago.
But now it seems Indians are quite lucky to get the White Edition of the Nexus 4 before the rest of the world. The Nexus 4 white edition is expected to be released worldwide on June 10, but the phone is now readily available in Indian local stores in Delhi. Read the full post
After the grand success of their Canvas series of smartphones: the Canvas 2 and the Canvas HD, the indian Mobile company has released yet another Phablet from their arsenal. The newest entrant in the never ending list of Phablets from the company is the 5.3″ tall Micromax Doodle. Read the full post
After the big announcement of Samsung’s Flagship phone Galaxy S4, the next big thing expected from Samsung is their next iteration of the Galaxy Note series of phablets.
Of late we have been hearing some rumors about the Galaxy Note 3. The latest one suggests that the Galaxy Note 3 would be featuring a Plastic OLED Unbreakable Display. Now that’s something ! Read the full post
Android phones/tablets are always hooked up with a primary Google account that you have to enter when you activate your device. But if at any point of time you decide to change that primary Google account on your device, you would be in a tough situation. The only way by which it can be changed is by doing a factory reset (hard reset) that would wipe all the data on your phone, including downloaded apps, settings, SMS and much more. But if you go on a little further with your device and root it, here’s a simple solution using which the primary Google account on your device can be changed without factory reset.
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