Lets face it, gaming on an Android device (no matter how big the screen is) can be quite challenging, especially if you’re playing first-person-shooters or even games from an emulator. Wouldn’t it be a dream to use a console’s controller to play these games with, perhaps a PlayStation 3 controller?
It has been a good week for hackers who want to experiment with their Android powered devices. Earlier this week Samsung released source code for several devices, like the Galaxy S III Mini, the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note II, and their Galaxy Tab devices.
Okay, so no Samsung Galaxy S III in hand yet, right? Soon though. Even though this is the case right now we continue to see offerings from the talented Android developers out there with things like S-voice being ported to other ICS devices.
While most of the newer devices have already received Android 4.4, owners of slightly older devices have kept waiting. For owners of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Samsung Galaxy S 3, that wait might not be much longer.
-Xperia Arc with CM11
-Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4,5; Xperia L with PA 4.4.4
-Galaxy S5 with Phoenix ROM
-S4, MI3 running on 4.4.4
-LG G2 with STOCK 4.4
-HTC M8, Huawei P6
-Galaxy Nexus with 4.1.2 based ROM
-Galaxy S3 with CM10.1
-Samsung Galaxy Core
Sprint customers who own Samsung Galaxy Nexus or Nexus S 4G devices will be happy to know they are about to receive Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Sources have confirmed Sprint plans to rollout the update for the devices starting September 6th. According to Sprint’s internal information, Galaxy Nexus devices will receive update FH05 while Nexus S 4G owners will receive update JRO03R.