We were pretty bummed out to learn that Samsung would not be unveiling the Galaxy S III, or any new hardware for that matter, at MWC 2012. We are however extremely jubilant about some promising news regarding an update to Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, for the venerable Galaxy S II. Eldar Murtazin, famed Android tipster, has just tweeted that: Android 4 aka ics for...

I was browsing the interwebs looking for some interesting Galaxy S II tips when I came across a thread relating to the latest Android 2.3.5 update causing problems with the default Swype keyboard. According to the OP (original poster), it looks like the update causes Swype to auto-insert words even when it is not intended: Ever since the upgrade to 2.3.5 on my SII, swype...

In response to all the Carrier IQ controversy, it looks like Sprint has finally stepped up to the plate by removing it via software update. Original Epic 4G owners don’t get left out of the update party–they will be receiving bug fixes with their latest software package. After waiting far too long for the update to Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Sprint users were...

Samsung broke millions of Galaxy S users’ hearts when they announced that they would not be supporting an ICS update for the venerable smartphone, however they managed to make amends by announcing the ‘Value Pack’ update which promised to bring Android 4.0 with a lightweight TouchWiz package. It looks like our hopes have been dashed once more. Sad Panda Samsung’s...

The Samsung Galaxy Note is one heck of a tablet/phone hybrid–it has an astonishing 5.3″ 1280×800 Super AMOLED HD display powered by the revered Exynos SoC and now, it can also run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich: Samsung officially announced that ICS would be heading to the Galaxy Note come Q1 of 2012 but looks like the Cyanogen Team has brought it to...

Last week Samsung announced the official list of devices that would be getting the nod for an upgrade to Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. Unfortunately for the 20 million or so Galaxy S users, their faithful device was left off the guest list. Although the GT-I9000’s bigger brother’s and cousins the Galaxy S II and 2nd-gen Tab series would be seeing the latest...

Whenever Google announces an update for the Android OS, all of us fanboys can feel that Christmas-like anticipation and excitement welling up from within. Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich is no different and happy owners of the Samsung Galaxy S II have been waiting for this announcement since the first news of the Galaxy Nexus. There have been rumors and speculation regarding...

The best part of owning a Nexus phone is always being first in line for official updates from Google, and with the release of the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S owners have been eagerly awaiting at the front of the ice-cream truck. Before I get your hopes up to high, let me inform you that the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) update is in its beta stages and is being pushed to...

We know a lot of you guys out there are dedicated Samsung Fascinate users and after nearly a year since it’s release, Android 2.3 Gingerbread is finally making its way to the Verizon’s Galaxy S device. According to user reports, Samsung’s Galaxy S Fascinate on Verizon has been receiving over-the-air Gingerbread updates as of 7:50am today. Here are...

Galaxy S II owners need not feel left out come thelaunch of the Galaxy Nexus and it’s tasty software accomplice, Ice Cream Sandwich. According to the latest tweet by SamsungUK, it has been officially confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S II will be receiving the latest version of Android. When we will receive that update… who knows, but we can always speculate. Based...