It’s weekend folks, and it’s time for our weekly article: Week in Review @PocketDroid! We started the past week with an interesting story: the LG Optimus One P500 finally received its official Gingerbread update! Here’s a cut from the article:
Owners of P500 device can now update, to the latest version the official Gingerbread from LG Mobile. If you haven’t already updated to Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread, then this is the firmware you should download. Click here for the full story!
A day later, we found out that the HTC Desire got the Gingerbread update, but only for developers. Here’s a small part from the story:
Finally a Gingerbread official update comes to HTC Desire, but wait, the update is ment for experts only! What?!? What is this, what is going!?!?!
You’re probably confused by now, right? Well, let me tell you whats going on. Earlier today, HTC announced on its Facebook page, HTC Desire is getting the long awaited Gingerbread 2.3 update, which is not for everyone who owns such a device, its for advanced users only. Click here to read the full article!
Later we informed you that the latest devices of the Sony Ericsson Xperia lineup, the Xperia Arc, Play and Neo are getting official CyanogenMod support! How great is that! Here’s the story:
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Some days later, we wrote an interesting article, which informed you that HTC will launch a web-based unlock tool for unlocking bootloaders. Here’s a paragraph from the article:
HTC made an update on its Facebook page thread discussion about unlocked bootloaders, in which they promise a new software update this month which will support unlocking for only a few selective phones , the HTC Sensation, followed soon by the HTC Sensation 4G from T-Mobile and the HTC EVO 3D on Sprint. In order to achieve this, HTC will release a web-based tool to help enthusiastics and developers in the process of unlocking their HTC phones. Click here for the full article!
Finally, we wrote an article about Total Commander for Android! Here’s a part from the story:
Total Commander for Android is still under heavy testing, right now it is on v1.0 beta 10 but it is stable for use, still bugs might appear. Click here for the full story!
So, that was about it for this Week in Review @PocketDroid! Stay tuned to PocketDroid to be informed about the latest smartphone news!