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4.0 ice cream sandwich - How do I disable the data usage warning and notification in ICS?

Monday 27th of February 2012 /
I'm running ICS on a Galaxy Nexus and my data plan is grandfathered in from the days of unlimited data with my carrier- so I don't need any warning or notification for the amount of data I'm using. However, ICS on this phone has an annoying warning and notification when I hit either 2 or 4 gb before the month is over. The notification persists in the background and will not close. How do I disable this?

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4.0 ice cream sandwich - Does Android 4.0 support WPA2 Enterprise?

Thursday 05th of January 2012 /
At the place I work, everyone can log on to the wifi network with an iPhone. They just need to add a new network, type in the network name and choose wpa2 enterprise and then add their username and password (their own unique).Everybody else with Android phones hasn't been able to connect, and it seems like they've tried for a long time.I have to buy a new phone this weekend, and I don't really want to buy an iPhone. So I was hoping if somebody knew if the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (or any Android 4.0 device) has better wifi support than the older Android versions?Sorry I don't know anything else technical about the wifi at work.

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How to Install Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on HTC Desire S - Android Authority

Tuesday 24th of January 2012 /
Google’s Ice Cream Sandwich is still hot and many are still waiting for this operating system to fill their phones and tablets to add more excitement and thrill to their devices. One device that is still ICS-hollow and eager for some filling is the HTC Desire S.Unfortunately for this phone, the official ICS update is still nowhere in sight, and there are still no clues on when it will arrive–if at all.But, thanks to programmers at XDA Developers, a beta version (BETA8R4a) of ICS for the HTC Desire S is now available  and users can finally get a taste of the latest ICS firmware. Read on to know how to install the Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 in your HTC Desire S.As far as the status of this firmware is concerned, it is important to take note that this ICS firmware for the HTC Desire S is still a beta version, which means that some features still don’t work.  Though, most features are already working, the camera still doesn’t (among other non-working features).  This can be a setback if you are going to load up your HTC Desire S with this ROM. But, if you c

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Video Comparison: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich vs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Tuesday 07th of August 2012 /
Jelly Bean (left) vs Ice Cream Sandwich (right)Google’s latest two Android versions are yet to become available to the majority of Android users, who are anxiously waiting for their devices to be updated to ICS and / or Jelly Bean. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is available officially only on over 15% of existing devices, and Android 4.1 Ice Cream Sandwich is approaching the 1% mark.Sure, there are plenty of unofficial ways to run either Android version on your existing device already, but we’re strictly referring to official Android builds here.Whether you’re already an Android device owner, or whether you’re thinking about buying an Android smartphone or ta…Continue Reading HereVideo Comparison: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich vs Android 4.1 Jelly BeanChris Smith –

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Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Update for Nexus S Starts Rolling Out Today

Friday 16th of December 2011 /
How’s this for good news on a late Friday. Google announced via the @googlenexus account on Twitter, that the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update will start rolling out today to Nexus S devices. The update will be pushed over the coming month, so not everyone will receive it right away.Related posts:Ice Cream Sandwich Update for Samsung Galaxy S II Rolling Out InternationallyNexus S Ice Cream Sandwich Update Coming In Next Few WeeksWhy the Samsung Ice Cream Sandwich Update Might Not Be Worth The WaitHTC Ice Cream Sandwich Update

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4.0 ice cream sandwich - On it's own, my Verizon Droid Razr (recently with ICS), went into debug mode. How do I get it out of debug mode?

Friday 03rd of August 2012 /
This evening I took my phone out of my pocket and the screen was on and it was in debug mode. I assume it is debug mode - there is a column of text right justified near the top of the screen that changes with time. When my finger touches the screen a vertical and horizontal line appear and track my finger movement and there is a trail left showing where I moved my finger. Along the top of the screen there are fields which display info about the finger movement. I am not a developer, but I assume this is debug mode.My question is: How can I get it out of debug mode? HELP!!!

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International Giveaway of a SmartQ T20 Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet - Android Authority

Friday 20th of April 2012 /
Hey guys, as promised we are working hard to deliver some sweet free Android goodness to you! This time, we’ve partnered up with iPadAlternative to giveaway one of the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich tablets on the market, the SmartQ T20, to one lucky winner.Just like our other giveaways, this one is international, too. Check out the specs of this awesome tablet below!Specs10.1 inch 1280×800 wide viewing angle IPS displayCapacitive multi-touch touch screen2M  front camera and 5M rear autofocus camera1GB LPDDRII RAM1.5GHz TI OMAP4460 dual core ARM Cortex-A9Google Android 4.0.3 out of the box, with Google Play supportLarge 7500mAH Built-in Li-poly batteryThe retail price for this particularly powerful midrange Android Ice Cream Sandwhich tablet is around $350+ USD. And make no mistake about the brand folks, this is a very high quality tablet! We have a review coming very soon!How to enter the giveawayWe know that some of you loyal AA fans have already liked and circled us but don’t worry we still want to share the love, you can earn entry tickets to the draw by +i

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4.0 ice cream sandwich - Does Android 4.0 (ICS) support Kannada Font?

Thursday 29th of December 2011 /
I am developing one regional language kannada news app,in which my problem is that,in 2.2 and 2.3 the app does not suppport kannada fonts whereas 3.0 supports kannada font.One month back I heard that Android would provide all 3.0 features in 4.0So my question to enthusiasts is that could any one help me about how to go with the kannada font?

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4.0 ice cream sandwich - Does Android's "Data Usage" also count uploads?

Tuesday 27th of November 2012 /
As per my question above... does the data usage that came into existence in ICS count uploads as well as downloads?

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Android Authority's Hands On of the Xoom featuring Android 4.0+ Ice Cream Sandwich [Video] - Android Authority

Tuesday 20th of December 2011 /
When I bought my Xoom 5 months ago, I really wanted to wait for a quad-core tablet, but needed it for school. Since the purchase, I have been really disappointed with the performance of Honeycomb running at stock speeds, and even when overclocked I still wasn’t quite satisfied. Last night I installed Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) on my Xoom, and I have to say I am very impressed. ICS at stock speeds runs amazing, browsing on the web is more impressive on ICS than it ever was on Honeycomb. As you can see on the hands on video below, everything is absolutely buttery smooth. Check out the video below to see Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich in action.Also in the video I was confused about video playback and couldn’t recall what was working and what wasn’t at XDA I found this:Doesn’t work:GPSCamera (missing some Motorola binaries)Video Playback (with some apps like Netflix)YouTube HD playbackWorks:BasicsGoogle Apps (via google apps package)Root (via root package below)So basic playback in YouTube works, but HD does not. Thanks to Razerbladex401 in the XDA forum

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