Tips Lumigon T2 FAQ'sview story

http://androidforums.com – 1. General Android phone FAQ's? 2. How can I improve my battery life? 3. Are there any Lumigon T2 Tips & Tricks? 4. What are the known problems with the Lumigon T2? 5. Forum related questions. 6. What is root?/What does being rooted mean? Q: General Android phone FAQ's? A: Here is a thread on general Android Phone FAQ's Q: How can I improve my battery life? (General)

Wifi not working properlyview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I have a Samsung N150 Netbook with a Atheros Communications Inc. AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter.I ran both wicd and networkmanager. wicd can't connect at all, networkmanager can, but the connectiondies after like 10 seconds.I have another Laptop running Ubuntu, which uses networkmanager, which just works, and i recently hadan Android, which also worked just fine. (HowTos)

ICS for samsung galaxy ace 2?view story

http://androidforums.com – just bought my first samsung and first android phone. I used to have a Blackberry so i don.t really know anything about android. I just want to know if its true that samsung galaxy ace 2's OS is able to upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich? and if it is, is it really advisable to do so? what difference would it make? i tried searching the net for answers but can't find one. hope you guys could help me. (General)

[GAME] Duck Shot - 8bit slingshot huntingview story

http://androidforums.com – Hey, wait this isn't just another Duck Hunt knockoff?! Duck Shot is a retro style slingshot game where you have to complete level objectives and collect coins and power-ups from fallen ducks. Upgrade your slingshot and gain new abilities like shooting fireballs and lighting strikes. There's tons of features like dynamic wind, day and night cycles, and special enemy ducks. (General)

U.S. Samsung Galaxy S III Review, A Contender Not To Be Reckoned With? (Video)view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Introduction Well, we didn’t have to wait too long this go-around for a Galaxy S device to make its way across the pond into the hands of the US masses.  Not even a full month yet, most of the US carriers will be getting their devices and those who pre-ordered it will be playing with one any day now. (IT news)

Google’s “Longest Day Deals” Discounts Great Apps For Just 99 Cents In The Play Storeview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Google has just launched the Longest Day Deals in the Play Store and has put many popular apps on sale for just 99 cents. This is a limited time sale, so grab these while you can! Now’s the time to snag that copy of Mass Effect Infiltrator you’ve been dying to try out. Or how about GTAIII? (IT news)

standalone SNES/MAME games on Android, excitingview story

http://androidforums.com – I tell you a place, where You can enjoy classic games such as Super Mario, Street fight, Metal Slug……, whatever you can think of when you played in childhood. what's exciting is you don't need to download emulators, just find the apps you like, install and play it. (General)

Google Android, Chrome OS Surprises at Google I/O?view story

http://www.thevarguy.com – Where is Google heading next with Android and Chrome OS for smart phones, tablets and cloud-enabled devices? And where might Google Apps Authorized Resellers find their next profits? The Google I/O conference (June 27-29, San Francisco) will offer plenty of answers. Here’s the early scoop from The VAR Guy. Google I/O is designed mainly for software developers. (IT news)

New App Will Allow SIM Unlock on Galaxy S III (I9300)view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – For those of you folks who are looking to use your  Galaxy S III (I9300) on more than one carrier, we have some good news for you. Familiar Android developer Supercurio has created an app that will unlock  your new device’s baseband to allow access to any radio-compatible SIM cards. (IT news)

New Swype Update Includes 4-In-1 Keyboard And Next Word Predictionview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – One of the best keyboard alternatives in the game has just gotten a substantial update. The biggest item on its agenda was the addition of word prediction— and Swype has successfully achieved that. Swype has included something called Next Word Prediction which you guessed it: gets smarter based off a user’s historical usage. (IT news)