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How To Update LG Optimus 3D P920 to an ICS-themed ROM

by: Carl ParkerDecember 9, 2011

For LG Optimus 3D P920 users who want Ice Cream Sandwich on their phone, you’re going to have to wait a few more months for the official firmware from LG. Unfortunately, LG has yet to release a timeframe for the official release. However, through enthusiasts, it’s now possible to easily make your LG Optimus 3D look like it has Ice Cream Sandwich.

Through the King 3D ROM, your LG Optimus 3D can enjoy the look and feel of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.  The custom ROM includes the following functions, capabilities, and enhancements:

New framework Optimized ram Increased speed of microSD Increased speed of system Added ringtones ICS Added bootanimation [...]
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How to Root the LG Optimus 3D P920

by: Carl ParkerDecember 9, 2011

The latest version of the Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 may have come out with the latest Samsung Galaxy Nexus phone, but it’s possible to get it for your LG Optimus 3D P920 through rooting your phone. A word of warning however: rooting your device voids the warranty and the only way to restore the warranty is by installing the original stock firmware.

Before proceeding to root the LG Optimus 3D phone, there are a few things that need to be done:

Before You StartEnsure that the phone is left with a charge of at least 70% so that it doesn’t get turned off during the rooting process. Back up all the data on your phone so that it can be restored safely if any [...]
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Dual Core Comparison – nVidia’s Tegra 2 vs. TI’s OMAP 4

by: Edmund ApostolOctober 25, 2011

Go through the lists of hardware specifications of the various popular dual-core Android devices, and you’ll likely notice two processors frequently come up. These would be nVidia’s Tegra 2 and Texas Instrument’s OMAP 4. And while the former was a little more favored by the earlier models such as the Motorola Atrix, lately it seems that the 4th generation of TI’s OMAP (Open Multimedia Application Platform) is gaining ground with the mobile device manufacturers. A good example here would be the Droid Bionic, a smart phone initially reported to be powered by a Tegra 2 processor but eventually reached store shelves with an OMAP 4 under the hood.

The two system-on-chips [...]

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Predictions: What Android Phones Will Get Ice Cream Sandwich

by: AlexanderOctober 22, 2011

After the big announcement made In Hong Kong, the Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 were officially announced. We were all left wondering if our beloved Android phone would be getting the update to Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich. Well, we have put together a nice list of our predictions of what devices will, what devices might, and what device will not be getting official ICS updates.

With contracts, and over $500-off-contract prices for new phones like the Galaxy Nexus, which is coming next month, we’d like to keep our current phone around as long as possible – right?

Phones that will get ICS

All of these phones, I think will be getting [...]

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Skype Updated for a Whole Wackload of Android Devices With Better Video Chat & More

by: Darcy LaCouveeSeptember 29, 2011

Well it’s about time! According to Skype’s official changelog, their Android app will be adding video chat functionality to over 14 new devices. The update isn”t without its growing pains though, as it looks like Skype is planning to further monetize their burgeoning free service by way of a few ads here and there.

Either way, as one of the world’s most popular video/messaging/free calling services, it’s good to see, and more importantly, it’s good for everyone and especially the new near 600,000 Android device owners being added daily.

I read somewhere a few weeks back that at any given moment, Skype is responsible for as [...]

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LG – Things Are Not “Looking Good” – A Critical Look at LG in 2011 and Beyond

by: RandySeptember 27, 2011

LG is no longer a foreign name among Android lovers. They have set their footprints in the heart of consumers — or have they?

The First Dual-Core Phones, Half The Excitement

The LG Optimus 2X was one of the first dual-core phone to hit the market, back in early 2011. I remember it well, as I switched from the Samsung Captivate to it. It was nice to handle and browsed impressively fast, but not without its own share of growing pains.

Initially, I was more impressed by the dual-core, dual-channel memory LG Optimus 3D, but that was delayed at that point of time, so I decided to settle with the Optimus 2X. It was generally a good device and very easy to [...]

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Sharp’s New Glasses-free 3D Android Smartphone Comes with 8-megapixel Dual-lens Cam

by: Elmer MontejoSeptember 12, 2011

LG has the Optimus 3D and HTC has the EVO 3D–both smartphones featuring glasses-free 3D display and 3D image capture. Add to that Sharp’s recently announced glasses-free 3D smartphone, the Sharp Aquos Phone SH8298U.

Sharp announced last week its next 3D-capable Android smartphone after the Sharp Lynx 3D.

The Sharp Aquos Phone SH8298U has a 4.2-inch glasses-free 3D display with qHD (960×540) resolution. The glasses-free 3D display enables the user to view 3D content without using specialized eyewear.

A single-core, 1.4-GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255 processor powers Android 2.3 Gingerbread, along with 2 gigabytes of internal storage and [...]

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LG Planning to Trim Down LG Optimus 3D Waistline

by: Alvin YbañezSeptember 9, 2011

LG is planning to bring out in 2012 an updated and slimmer version of the LG Optimus 3D, one of the developers of the 3D handset told Pocket-lint early this week.

Henry Noh, who was on the development team for the LG Optimus 3D, explained that the current build of LG Optimus 3D isn’t the “ slimmest and sexiest phone on the street” and that they want to make it slimmer.

LG’s main reason for enhancing this 3D-capable phone—aside from providing improved specs—is to keep in line with competitors for a slimmer phone chassis next year. Thus, LG intends to produce slimmer and sexier–if possible, the thinnest–phones that the company hopes to launch next [...]

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AT&T to Release LG Thrill 4G for US$100 on September 4

by: Elmer MontejoAugust 30, 2011

AT&T’s “first dual-core, dual-channel RAM processor” smartphone targeted at mobile entertainment fans is set for release this Sunday, September 4. AT&T confirmed on Facebook yesterday that the LG Thrill 4G will be available for US$100 starting on Sunday.

Here’s AT&T’s post on Facebook:

Our world is in 3D and your smartphone is your world. Starting Sunday, September 4, your smartphone can be in 3D, with the new LG Thrill 4G with glasses-free 3D for just $99.99. Tell us what you’d do first with a 3D camera!

The LG Thrill 4G’s release date on AT&T has been moved several times, owing to [...]

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Best Dual Core Android Phones from US Carriers

by: glennAugust 6, 2011

Some time soon, you might find the single core processing power of your smartphone won’t be enough to support all the mobile features you want to try out. Luckily, there are Android phones with dual core parallel processing that are already on the market, and there’s many more scheduled for release in the market soon.

Upgrading can always be a challenge, so to help you make a more informed decision, here’s a brief presentation of these current and upcoming super Android phones that the carriers are or will be offering.

Verizon: Droid Bionic

Droid Bionic is Motorola’s yet to be released Android phone. Verizon subscribers have been anticipating this model’s [...]

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