Week in Review @PocketDroid (19.11 – 25.11)


Mozilla updated the Firefox Android browser to run on ARMv6 devices:

Mozilla updated their mobile Firefox browser version adding support for Android ARMv6 smartphones that have at least a 800MHz processor and 512MB of RAM which by the way Google kinda of forgot to add it in their Chrome browser. Now supports hardware video decoding >>

Samsung Galaxy S3 can now be updated to Jellybean in Hong Kong and Taiwan:

Android 4.1 JellyBean firmware upgrade for Samsung GALAXY S III begun rolling out for about a month and a half starting in Eastern Europe (Poland) and spreading gradually from there world-wide.

Today the latest version of Android operating system reached Hong Kong and Taiwan. Users who own a GT-I9300 can get the software update through OTA (over the air) notificationupgrade or by simply plugin-in the handset via USB cable to a laptop/PC. Make sure the latest version of Samsung Kies software tool is installed first.

 LG Optimus LTE2 and Optimus Vu2 now getting Jellybean:

Last month LG Mobile has issued a partial schedule on the Android 4.1 JellyBean upgrade which includes Optimus VU 2, Optimus LTE 2 and the LG Optimus G (no word for older devices). As we speak JellyBeanfirmware build V10E is deploying onto LG U+ Optimus VU II F200L and firmware build V10P onto LG U+Optimus LTE II F160L smartphones in Korea, while Optimus G users will have to wait until December. >>

 Rockstar announced GTA Vice City for Android arriving on December 6th:

Rockstar Games has officially announced Grand Theft Auto: Vice City 10th Anniversary Edition arrival scheduled for early next month (December 6). The game will be available on Google Play Store for $4.99 compatible with a ton of Android devices: See more >>