Kansas City resident, and XDA forum member, RunsWithWood has noticed that the T-Mobile LTE network is up and running, at least for testing purposes anyway.
Ever wondered about what goes in to building your own ROM, or had a great idea for a theme for your device but have never been sure how to go about it? Well XDA have launched their new XDA University website, which is aims at helping you on the path to becoming a developer.
The playground is open. That’s just one of the slogans used by Google to illustrate how anyone can mold and modify Android to suit his or hers needs and desires, but unfortunately we’re still seeing numerous manufacturers closing the playground to custom ROM developers.
Aiming to become the place where new generations of Android developers can learn about developing ROMs and the likes, XDA is planning to launch a new crowd-sourced initiative website, the XDA-University.com.
Where do we draw the lines when it comes to the size of the so-called phablets? For some of us, the idea of using a phone that is 5-inches or larger seems less than appealing. Others gladly flock to monster smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Everyone is different, but is there a size that is too big? How about 10.1-inches? If you’ve always dreamed of a 10.1-inch monster phablet, your wish is granted- sort of. A new mod from the XDA Developers forum allows Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 users to easily transform their tablets into voice calling devices.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 sure has had a lot of customization already, with a root arriving long before the tablet even hit the market. Shortly after, ClockworkMod was ported to Note 10.1, and now even custom ROMs have begun to surface. Looking to get your mod on with the Galaxy Note 10.1? XDA Developers forum has some of the first custom ROMs already. There are three different ROMs, each with their own different features and appeal.