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Google Nexus One 2.3.6 OTA (GRK39F) Rolling Out Now – Here Is How To Update From 2.3.4 (GRJ22) Manually
Saturday 24th of September 2011
Nexus One owners, you’ve got an update waiting for you this evening. The version number is 2.3.6 (GRK39F), which will apply right over 2.3.4 GRJ22. If you still haven’t gotten yours OTA, we’ve got the download link and instructions below.As for the changes it brings, we haven’t gotten much to go on except for the following blurb: "important bug fixes and security patches." If it’s anything like the Nexus S 2.3.6 update, it will contain a fix for the voice search bug (was this even a problem on the Nexus One- Speak up).Installation instructionsNote: If you……Continue Reading HereGoogle Nexus One 2.3.6 OTA (GRK39F) Rolling Out Now – Here Is How To Update From 2.3.4 (GRJ22) ManuallyArtem Russakovskii – androidpolice.com
Here is how to turn that camera shutter sound off.
Tuesday 29th of May 2012
I LOVE this camera. It is awesome to be able to snap a dozen photos and pick one(s) that you like. Seriously cool! That shutter sound though is kind of annoying so I used to kill it. I could not find a way to turn it off within the camera settings so I just created a Tasker profile so that when the camera app launches it turns silent mode on. You can snap away and you won't hear a thing. Tasker then automatically turns silent mode off when you exit the camera app so you don't even notice it. If there is a way to set this in a setting someplace I have just not seen it yet. Either way it is a good lesson in using Tasker. ii I also tested to make sure that if you already had the phone in silent mode that Tasker did not turn it off when you exited the camera app. It doesn't. It does indeed return the phone's audio to its previous state before you launched the camera. This includes vibrate mode as well. This all works fast and requires nothing on your part. It is just quiet now. ii I just thought I would share for anyone who wanted to remove that shutter click!There may be an easier way
Google to start offering $10, $25 gift cards in a store near you; here is how to redeem them
Friday 17th of August 2012
It looks like Google is getting ready to start offering Play Store gift cards in retail location such as Target, Best Buy and others. Soon, you will start seeing them next to those iTunes and Kindle cards. The folks at Android Central were able to get their hands on snapshots of $10, $25 Google gift cards which I think look really nice.A lucky Target employee was able to snag a gift card and shared the code with the folks Android Police who were able to redeem it. Here how they did it:Email yourself this URL: http://play.google.com/redeemClick EnterPick “Play Store” w…Continue Reading HereGoogle to start offering $10, $25 gift cards in a store near you; here is how to redeem themZack Nebbaki – droidmatters.com
Here is how to make MMS work on Straight Talk ATT with the Nexus 4:
Sunday 18th of November 2012
Here is how to make MMS work on Straight Talk ATT with the Nexus 4:I did not see a thread for this and I had to do some research to get this to work so I made a guide for everyone else. I posted this on slickdeals.net as well.Settings:You will have two APN's.https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B67yJYeMMoKbSHNtMnFRZ21iYW8The first APN is for data, calls, normal texts.https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B67yJYeMMoKbbXI0dGw4M1pNMkEhttps://docs.google.com/open?id=0B67yJYeMMoKbTU4zbWtfT3dQWmshttps://docs.google.com/open?id=0B67yJYeMMoKbZkJPSjJQVUl0cXcThe second APN is for MMS.https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B67yJYeMMoKbMzhBVm5BYzlsQWMhttps://docs.google.com/open?id=0B67yJYeMMoKbQXhRMWhIQ1dQeEEhttps://docs.google.com/open?id=0B67yJYeMMoKbRktyS0lmNUpUakU
The Samsung Galaxy S3 announcement is nigh! Here is how to watch it live
Thursday 03rd of May 2012
The day counter has gone down to zero and now we are only a few hours away from the Samsung Galaxy S3 announcement. We are sure you don’t want to wait any longer to learn all the details (we know we don’t), and the best option to get all the hot news right away is watching it live. The event starts at 7 PM, London time. This means that in the US, it is 11 AM Pacific, 12 PM Mountain, 1 PM Central and 2 PM Eastern. You can join us in the knuckle cracking fest in multiple ways. The most popular will probably be through a computer. If you want to watch the live event from your PC, simply go to the following links:Samsung Mobile FacebookTh…Continue Reading HereThe Samsung Galaxy S3 announcement is nigh! Here is how to watch it liveEdgar Cervantes – phandroid.com
Any way to mute the camera shutter sound?
Monday 25th of June 2012
I've silenced all sounds, all media sounds, silenced everything in Audiomanager....the camera shutter sound STILL will not obey.Can you test this out on your Elite and post results?
[Guide] How to disable stock camera shutter sound on your X10!
Tuesday 01st of February 2011
Some people with certain branded x10 handsets (like those on T-Mobile UK) do not have the option to have no shutter sound in the stock camera app, this very short guide will tell you how to disable it.You must be rooted to be able to do this, although, if you do not wish to keep your phone rooted, you can temporarily root your phone using z4root, then follow this short guide, and phone will no longer be rooted after phone restarted.First of all (after root) you need to download root explorer ($3.87 /
Here it is...how to turn off 4G!
Tuesday 10th of July 2012
Even better battery performance days ahead!http://www.droid-life.com/2012/07/10/how-to-turn-off-4g-on-verizons-galaxy-s3/
New Nexus S 2.3.6 OTA Update Rolling Out (GRK39F), Reportedly Fixes Tethering – Here Is How To Install It Manually
Tuesday 27th of September 2011
A few weeks ago, a Nexus S update 2.3.6 (GRK39C) with voice search fixes started rolling out, but it was immediately discovered to break Wi-Fi and USB tethering. After many complaints, Google pulled the OTA, and it seems like they’ve spent the last couple of weeks making sure everything works as expected.A new update surfaced tonight, also numbered 2.3.6, but this time bearing build GRK39F. While there is no official changelog, based on the fact that an update with the same exact build hit the Nexus One a few days ago and didn’t break tethering, I think…Offic…Continue Reading HereNew Nexus S 2.3.6 OTA Update Rolling Out (GRK39F), Reportedly Fixes Tethering – Here Is How To Install It ManuallyArtem Russakovskii – androidpolice.com
How to remove the camera shutter sound?
Tuesday 16th of July 2013
I just bought a Galaxy S4 and I saw it's quite impossible to disable the camera shutter sound. I already tried to: 1) put mute or vibration mode 2) search for an option in the camera setting 3) installed Enforced Stream Silencer Nothing works the only workaround is explained here: This actually works for me too, but of course it's not really comfortable. There are not other methods or applications as Enforced Stream Silencer which work on my Galaxy S4 too?