Rumors have been flying around lately that Google will open retail stores here in the United States. For some, this seems like tech mecca, replete with devices to worship. For others, this comes across as Google getting a bit ahead of itself.
LG has announced the WCP-300, the world’s smallest wireless charger that’s compatible with the Nexus 4, Optimus G Pro and other LG devices.
If you’ve thinking about purchasing an LG Nexus 4 and don’t mind signing a service contract with T-Mobile, you’ll be happy to know that you can now get the 16GB version of the smartphone for free, with a two-year commitment.
A user on the XDA-Developers forum has found a way to fix the lack of Nexus 4 USB OTG with an unlocked bootloader, a custom kernel, a USB Y cable, and common sense.
New reports indicate that some Nexus 4 units overheat and turn off at around 140F (60C). Does the Nexus 4 has an overheating problem?
Looking to manually update your Nexus to Android 4.2.2? Then this is the guide you’ll want to take a look at.
Even if Nexus 4’s limited supply issues have technically come to a happy ending, it’s still not very easy to track the sneaky little devil.
The latest Android 4.2.2 update for the Google Nexus 4 removes support for manual activation of LTE on the device. Did you use LTE on your Nexus 4?
Ever wonder how we’re sporting our own Android devices? Well, here’s your chance in a brand new segment called How I Android, this one with Josh’s Nexus 4.
Hey, hey! Last, but not least, the Nexus 4 joins every other Nexus device with Android 4.2.2 (JDQ39) finally starting to roll out now. How do you get it?