Continuing on from the success of the EOS ICS roms, Team EOS Xoom present to you EOS 4, JB 4.2.1 based on JELLYBEAN! It is the goal of Team EOS to develop and maintain the highest performing and most stable AOSP based rom for an array of platforms. The launching point for this development […]
With all this developer excitement going on after the Jelly Bean source was released a bunch of devices started getting previews of Android 4.1.1 on their device. The Nook Tablet has seen a port running for the 16GB version of the tablet. The port is extremely alpha with a bunch not working although there is […]
The Transformer Prime was the first quad-core device and Asus has committed to updating it to Android 4.1 but why wait when developers can get it done much faster. Bumbledroid has posted two videos of 4.1.1 running on the TF201 that can be seen below. Bubledroid is part of the AndroidRoot.mobi team and he also […]
The Nexus Q, otherwise known as Google’s glowing ball, has had it’s own little version of CyanogenMod 9 built for it by developer Jason Parker. According to his Google+ post, the Bluetooth and WiFi work, with the sound being a bit of a mess, but more should be expected to come in the future! […]
Have you been waiting for CyanogenMod 9 to mature before you got a taste for some tasty Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0.4) on your phone? Well! Now is the time! The first Release Candidate for CM9 has been built and released for a truck load of devices, with some possibly still building. CM9 brings with […]
NVIDIA has been recently called out by Linus Torvalds (the guy who leads development of Linux, the system Android runs on top of) and their recent loss of a massive Chinese order for GPUs has made the company rethink some of their strategies towards Linux and open-source.