PA3 is a competitor to other multi-device ROMs like CM and AOKP. Now, Paranoid Android 3.0 is available for the Nexus 4, 7, 10 and Galaxy Nexus.
A Wi-Fi issue seems to be affecting a variety of Nexus devices (Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Galaxy Nexus) running Android 4.2 and Android 4.2.1, with Google reluctant to call it a software issue.
Should LG and Google pop the champagne? According to an unofficial tally, the two companies should soon celebrate the sale of the millionth Nexus 4. But is this a performance to be proud of? Or should they better keep it to themselves?
A U.S. appeals court has just issued a brief order basically telling Apple to take a hike after it tried to request for a revival of last year’s Samsung Galaxy Nexus sales ban as part of an ongoing patent dispute.
Sprint is pushing out Android 4.2.1 to the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. No word from Verizon as to when we’ll see it from them.
Not only is the Nexus 4 out of stock with most retailers, Google included, but its predecessor has reached end-of-life with Verizon.
With Bell giving out the “end of life” sentence to the Galaxy Nexus way back in October, we wouldn’t have expected a lot of stock to remain unfinished going in 2013.
What could be more romantic than a custom kernel that combines all the best qualities of other custom kernels in the Nexus forum on XDA? For hard-core users, this is a dream come true. And, if we have to thank someone who’ll wave the magic wand for us, it’s XDA Developers member twistedumbrella. Let’s get ready for this Jelly Bean-compatible StarKissed Kangerade kernel for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus GT-I9250. The StarKissed Kangerade is a multi-source kernel based on Linux version 3.0.54. It comes with 10 governors: HotplugX, InteractiveX, OndemandX, Sakuractive, PegasusQ, Adaptive, Abyssplug, Savagedzen, Lulzactive(q), and Fantasy. SIO and VR…
All great ROMs become even more awesome with the right kernel. Unfortunately, pre-cooked ROMs don’t always have the kernels with the modifications that you need. That is why some experienced users flash kernels to improve performance, speed, or battery life. However, if you want a kernel for your Samsung Galaxy Nexus GT-I9250 that is stable and fast, then the kernel known as Leankernel by XDA Developers member jackpham will work best for you. The LeanKernel is one of the many well known kernels in the Nexus forums. Aside from its stable and up-to-date build, the developer has removed unnecessary kernel…
“What is a Nexus device?” seems like a very strange question to ask on a site dedicated to all things Android, but that’s not entirely so!