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Android L likely to mean Lemon Meringue Pie – Android LMP
Ever since Android L hit the scene everyone has been wondering what the ‘L’ stood for, and today it looks like there’s evidence as to just what Android L stood for. According to Android Police, Android L will stand for ‘Lemon Meringue Pie’ after reference to ‘LMP’ was found multiple times in source code and... Read more » The post Android L likely to mean Lemon Meringue Pie – Android LMP appeared first on AndroidGuys.

23-08-2014, 15:08 By Dan Bartram
Nova Launcher Beta updated to include new drawer animations
Nova Launcher Beta has been updated once again, this time bringing new app drawer animations among a lot of other bug fixes. Some of the new animations included are circular opening, slide up motion, and a lot more. In addition,app drawer search now shows recently installed and updated apps without search query. To download the beta, you […] Come comment on this article: Nova Launcher Beta updated to include new drawer animations Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and ...

23-08-2014, 13:49 By Aditya Thawardas
Microsoft reportedly working on Chromecast competitor
With Chromecast’s booming popularity, everyone’s trying to come up with a competitor. Count Microsoft in. According to recent FCC filings, there’s a device Microsoft is working on codenamed HD-10, which features WiFi, HDMI support and a USB connection. A separate filing at the Wi-Fi Alliance website details that the device will use Microsoft’s Miracast to stream from a Windows […] Come comment on this article: Microsoft reportedly working on Chromecast competitor...

23-08-2014, 13:38 By Aditya Thawardas
Minuum Keyboard got updated, floating and compact modes in tow
Minuum Keyboard certainly offers a unique way to type on your Android device. Many people are not ready for something like that yet, others have however embraced the opportunity and are using the app as their only keyboard. I personally have tried it out and it’s just not my thing. Whether you love it or hate... Read more » The post Minuum Keyboard got updated, floating and compact modes in tow appeared first on AndroidGuys.

23-08-2014, 13:32 By Kristijan
Dropbox’s Carousel gallery app updated with new features and Android L support
Since its launch in April, Dropbox’s Carousel gallery app has been downloaded over 100,000 times from the Google Play Store. The app is a solid replacement for your stock gallery app, no matter whether we’re talking vanilla Android app or one of the gallery apps that come with skinned versions of Android. The app received... Read more » The post Dropbox’s Carousel gallery app updated with new features and Android L support appeared first on AndroidGuys.

23-08-2014, 13:19 By Kristijan
What you need to know about phone cases and drop protection [WARNING: Science content]
There are a lot of different case options out there: thick ones, thin ones, squishy ones, hard ones, colorful ones and clear ones. Nick Sarafolean just wrote a great piece on how you can use a case with your phone to make it more unique. But cases ...

23-08-2014, 11:28 By Brooks Barnard
"LMP" - Lemon Meringue Pie - Looking More And More Likely As The Official Name For Android L
We've been wondering what the codename for the "L" release of Android would be ever since KitKat was revealed, and today it looks like we've got more evidence in support of "Lemon Meringue Pie." Thanks to our own research and a submission from reader Yuku Sugianto, we've found multiple official sources in code and documentation that list the next release as "LMP," which can only refer to the delicious baked good. "LMP" - Lemon Meringue Pie - Looking More And More Likely As The Officia...

23-08-2014, 09:46 By Michael Crider
Samsung Galaxy Alpha available for pre-order starting August 28 in the UK
Samsung has announced that their premium Galaxy Alpha device which offers a metal chassis design will be available for pre-order in the UK beginning August 28th. The phone will sell on September 10th at the Samsung Experience Stores and the Samsung Store in Westfield shopping centre, Stratford. It will go on sale at retail stores... Read more » The post Samsung Galaxy Alpha available for pre-order starting August 28 in the UK appeared first on AndroidGuys.

23-08-2014, 09:36 By Dan Bartram
[Developer Giveaway] Win One Of Two Tickets To Droidcon London, Europe's Largest Android Developer Conference
No, it's not a free phone, but sometimes knowledge (and a good time, to boot) can be a lot more valuable than stuff: today we're giving away two passes to Droidcon London, Europe's largest Android developer conference. If you were to buy a ticket for Droidcon right now, you'd be forking over a hefty 300 pounds, but you may not have to. This contest is open to everyone, it doesn't matter where you're from - you just need to actually intend to go to Droidcon if you win. [Developer Giveaway] W...

23-08-2014, 09:00 By David Ruddock
Samsung OTA Update For The AT&T Galaxy S5 Active Adds... Well, Not Much
Those of you with a tough-as-nails Galaxy S5 Active for AT&T are probably wondering when your phones will be updated to Android 4.4.4. And you can keep on wondering, because the latest over-the-air update from Samsung keeps the phone on the same 4.4.2 build it had when it was released three months ago. But it does add... uh, some user interface changes in the default email app? Roll out the barrels! Samsung OTA Update For The AT&T Galaxy S5 Active Adds... Well, Not Much was written by...

23-08-2014, 08:56 By Michael Crider
EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free – recover deleted & lost files
Install EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free is a desktop tool for recovering lost files from storage drives when deleted, formatted or data is lost. The wizard is really simple with only a few steps to recovering precious lost files. We’ve examined it and will tell you how well it operates in this review! Click Install button... View Article EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free – recover deleted & lost files is a post from: AndroidTapp The post EaseUS Data Recovery Wiz...

23-08-2014, 06:20 By Antonio Wells
Moshi iVisor XT and iVisor Glass for Samsung Galaxy S5 Review: Serious protection for your Device
We’re big fans of Moshi‘s products here at AndroidSPIN – they’re not to everybody’s taste nor are they the most heavy duty accessories around, but they more than make up for it in style and functional quality. Today, we’ll be taking a look at two screen protectors that Moshi has made for the Samsung Galaxy S5, […] The post Moshi iVisor XT and iVisor Glass for Samsung Galaxy S5 Review: Serious protection for your Device appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

22-08-2014, 23:52 By Stephen Yuen
The HTC Nexus a.k.a. Volantis a.k.a. Flounder tablet is spotted getting Wi-Fi certification
With all the talk about the Motorola-manufactured Nexus 6 lately, this gem nearly slipped by. The other notable Nexus device release that is expected this year is a tablet manufactured by HTC. The so-called ‘HTC Nexus‘ has been referred to by many names – Flounder, Volantis, Nexus 8, Nexus 9 – but it seems an almost […] The post The HTC Nexus a.k.a. Volantis a.k.a. Flounder tablet is spotted getting Wi-Fi certification appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

22-08-2014, 22:36 By Stephen Yuen
TalkAndroid Daily Dose for August 22, 2014
With hectic schedules, it can be hard to keep track of everything in your news feed. That’s why we created the TalkAndroid Daily Dose. This is where we recap the day’s hottest stories so you can get yourself up to speed in quick fashion. Happy reading!! Accessories Convenient, but is it efficient? Samsung’s upcoming USB […] Come comment on this article: TalkAndroid Daily Dose for August 22, 2014 Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

22-08-2014, 22:14 By Robert Nazarian
HTC Tablet gets WiFi Certification
August 15th, HTC certified a device in the category “Tablet (Wi-Fi and other) suggesting that it will also come with LTE connectivity. The interesting part is that the listed Operating System is “Android, version: L” suggesting that this would be the next Nexus tablet that is expected to accompany the release of Android L. The... Read more » The post HTC Tablet gets WiFi Certification appeared first on AndroidGuys.

22-08-2014, 21:44 By Cooper
Motorola XT1112 shows up in shipping manifest, possibly another “Shamu” contender
  We’ve seen a ton of devices with different model numbers that could end up being a Motorola Nexus 6, and today you can add the Moto XT1112 to that growing list. The XT1112 showed up in Zauba’s database, which is an import/export system that tracks devices coming in and out of India. Interestingly, though, the […] Come comment on this article: Motorola XT1112 shows up in shipping manifest, possibly another “Shamu” contender Visit TalkAndroid for Android ne...

22-08-2014, 21:26 By Jared Peters
Upcoming Nexus tablet manufactured by HTC gets WiFi certification
It is expected that a Nexus tablet will arrive this fall to coincide with the release of Android L. We have seen it referred to as Flounder, Volantis, and Nexus 9. The tablet, regardless of what you call it, is widely expected to be manufactured by HTC and a tablet matching its profile has received […] Come comment on this article: Upcoming Nexus tablet manufactured by HTC gets WiFi certification Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

22-08-2014, 21:17 By Justin Herrick
Alleged Motorola DROID Turbo (XT1254) specifications show eye-opening 640 ppi display
The latest trend for mobile devices at the end of 2014 seems to be incredible displays. After all, it is the one part of a device that is always being used. Now it seems that Motorola and Verizon will have an upcoming device that will please even the most demanding viewer. A CPU-Z identification test […] Come comment on this article: Alleged Motorola DROID Turbo (XT1254) specifications show eye-opening 640 ppi display Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

22-08-2014, 20:43 By Justin Herrick
Google Knowledge Vault will be presented next week as a massive information repository
Google is on the verge of introducing something big. The company will present the Knowledge Vault that Google Research’s Kevin Murphy describes as “the largest repository of automatically extracted structured knowledge on the planet.” The Knowledge Vault, though, has much more depth to answer a question that requires much more depth and detail. It will […] Come comment on this article: Google Knowledge Vault will be presented next week as a massive information reposito...

22-08-2014, 20:20 By Justin Herrick
Samsung shows the Galaxy S5 taking the Ice Bucket Challenge, may have missed the point
One of the most viral initiatives all over the world right now is the Ice Bucket Challenge which started as an awareness campaign for the Motor Neurone Disease Association. While the campaign has done wonders for awareness and a lot of good has come out of it, it’s almost at the saturation point where some are […] The post Samsung shows the Galaxy S5 taking the Ice Bucket Challenge, may have missed the point appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

22-08-2014, 18:51 By Stephen Yuen

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