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...
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 D...
“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!
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According to OMG Ubuntu, the Ubuntu for Galaxy Nexus and the source code will be released at some point in “late February,” a lot sooner that we would have anticipated.
There is so much good stuff in the Android universe. We have amazing phones, tons of apps and games, and the best operating system around. Even with all that awesome at our fingertips, we are still looking to Android’s future.
Sure, it’s last year’s Nexus phone, but it’s still an Android handset worthy of your attention especially considering that it should run the latest Android OS version. I’m referring to the Galaxy Nexus, now available for $225 via Daily Steals.
Those who sport the Nexus 7 3G (tilapia) and the CDMA Galaxy Nexus – both Verizon (toro) and Sprint (toroplus) variants – can now get their CM 10.1 nightly builds.
Cyanogenmod 10.1 recently added nightly build support to the Google Nexus 7 (grouper), Samsung Galaxy Nexus (maguro) and ASUS Transformer Pad tablets.
It’s not every day that you’re going to hear a Samsung exec talking about how he uses an iPhone, iPad and Mac at home, and how he prefers Apple’s ecosystem’s to Samsung’s device centric policy. Let alone the company’s president and chief strategy office Young Sohn.