WugFresh’s Nexus Root Toolkit now supports all Nexus devices including the Nexus 7, Unlock and Root with one double clickview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – It used to be called the Galaxy Nexus Root toolkit, but with version 1.5, it’s now called the Nexus Root Toolkit because it supports all Nexus devices, including the Nexus 7. WugFresh is famous for giving us the quick and easy way to unlock and root the Galaxy Nexus as well as flash it back to stock and re-lock it. (IT news)

Jelly Bean Rolling Out To HSPA+ Versions Of The Galaxy Nexus; Other Developer Devices To Followview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – It was only a matter of time before we saw the first batch of Google devices get the anticipated Jelly Bean update since you know— it had just released Android 4.1 to the AOSP and all. And so just when you thought life with the GSM/HSPA+ version of the Galaxy Nexus couldn’t get any better, it just got better as it is officially getting the smooth and buttery update. (IT news)

LG VS930 for Verizon Wireless smiles for the camera and gets leaked service manualview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – With the LG Spectrum (VS920) on the way out the door, Verizon needs a replacement. The VS930 seems like the perfect device since it recently passed through the FCC. Engadget was able to get some pics of this device, which resembles the Optimus LTE II. There is one problem through as it doesn’t look like the VS930 will sport 2GB of RAM like the LTE II. (IT news)

Samsung Releases Source Code for Sprint Galaxy S IIIview story

http://www.talkandroid.com –   Earlier this week we reported that Samsung released the source codes for both the T-Mobile and AT&T Galaxy S III. Today, they have gracefully given Sprint the same treatment and released the source code for Sprint’s CDMA Galaxy S III. Samsung has been on point and quick with releasing their source codes, something that HTC could learn a thing or two from. (IT news)

Samsung Galaxy Y CDMA now available in Indiaview story

http://www.themobileindian.com – Samsung Galaxy Y CDMA is now available through Flipkart.com for Rs 7,490. It will work on the Reliance, Tata and MTS networks. (IT news)

Deactivated My Phone?view story

http://androidforums.com – My Meid has somehow zeroed out? i know metro will probably be pissed and not let me use my phone on there netowrk if the meid/esn are screwed up. originally it was the esn, but then i went into cdma and put it back, but now the meid is zeroes? (General)

The One X and Galaxy S III are top dogs for now but will become goats when Jelly Bean arrivesview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – There’s no question that right now the top two phones to buy are the HTC One X and the Samsung Galaxy S III, but they won’t be so popular 6 months from now. It won’t be because better handsets will be released, it’s more about Android version updates or lack thereof. Both phones come with Ice Cream Sandwich onboard, and for now seem like the latest and greatest. (IT news)

Errors when flashing roms on htc evo 3dview story

http://androidforums.com – So i wanted to flash the MikVirgin ICS (which thank god i did not since im on a gsm phone and not a cdma like the current version allows) on my rooted Htc Evo 3D hboot 1.49 software version 1.20.631.3 and keep getting an error when trying to flash it (status 1 error ) and some other status errors. Do you have any idea why is this? Suggestions? (General)

Quick Rant: Mobile Carriers Are Doing A Disservice To Its Customers And Customers Should Begin Looking At Prepaid Options Insteadview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – The great thing about today’s technology is the ability to choose from a variety of mobile carriers to best suit our needs. That means some of you can choose Verizon Wireless for example because of great nationwide coverage and the solid 4G LTE speeds. Others choose AT&T because of the ever-improving 4G LTE network or great selection of mobile devices. (IT news)

Sprint EVO 4G LTE review: Is this the EVO you’ve been waiting for?view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – The original EVO landed on Sprint two-years ago and was one of the most popular Android phones in the U.S. After that success, the second chapter arrived last year; the EVO 3D. That was a complete disappointment, but not a complete disaster since most original EVO owners had 2-year contracts, which meant they weren’t buying anyway. (IT news)