Week in Review @PocketDroid

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Another week had passed, and it’s time for the Week in Review @PocketDroid! So, let’s get started!

This week was quite interesting. We’ve had some interesting stories that are worth noting. At the beginning of the week, we found out that Team Hacksung has released an unofficial CyanogenMod 7 port for the mighty Samsung Galaxy S2! Here’s a part from the story:

CyanogenMod 7 is not yet officially ported to Samsung Galaxy S2, but you can take a peak to the CM7 as Team Hacksung done an unofficial portation of the RC1 version. Click here to read the whole article

 

Soon after, we discovered that the Samsung Galaxy S2 is getting its first CyanogenMod 7 nightly builds! Here are some words from the story:

CyanogenMod developer Atin M has posted on his Google+ profile that the Samsung Galaxy S2 is going to get its first nightly builds soon. Here’s his post: Click here for the whole story

Another interesting news was that Samsung Galaxy Ace was finally treated with Gingerbread! Here’s the story:

Theres three months now, since Gingerbread update unofficialy made it to SG Ace, but only today Samsung released an official update through Kies on a few selective countries.

-updates later today-

Some moments later we informed you that HTC has released the kernel sources for the HTC Flyer. Here’s a part from the article:

HTC lately made the kernel source code available for a few selective smartphones and now for the HTC Flyer tablet.

Google Android operating system is based on the Linux kernel which is an open source code, but not all the code inside a HTC devices is totally free. Thats why HTC plans in the near future to release a software developer kit for the Sense UI that is running on-top of the Android for all HTC handhelds. Click here to read the whole article 

And finally, we found out that T-Mobile G2x finally got the Gingerbread update! Here’s a paragraph from the article:

The Gingerbread update for the T-Mobile G2x has just landed, soon after LG announced it. You can update your phone with the LG Mobile Software Update tool. Click here for the whole article 

So, that were some of the most interesting articles that we had written the last week. Stay tuned to PocketDroid to read the latest and greatest news that happened in the Android world, and don’t forget to read the next “Week in Review @PocketDroid” next week!

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