A few Android senior citizens have found themselves wander onto HTCDev’s list of officially supported devices. The HTC Hero, Legend, Droid Eris, MyTouch 3G and MyTouch 4G are the oldest, er– newest devices ripe for the unlocking using HTC’s handy dandy bootloader unlocking tool. Nice to see HTC throw a couple of oldies in there but this ultimately begs the question: are any of our readers actually still using any one of these devices? I’ve always had a soft spot for the HTC Legend. I’ve oft fantasized of a Legend 2 with the same stylings as the original, only thinner, and with a bigger screen and better processor.
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They’re claiming that the original inclusion of Android O was a mistake. The G4 Plus was only supposed to get Android Nougat.
more_vertPixel 2 headphone jack photo
The photo has been heavily blurred to protect the leaker, but we can clearly see the bottom of the phone. A USB Type-C cable is plugged in, but the only other feature is a small microphone hole.
Samsung is currently pushing out an update to Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 owners which allows for the ability to deactivate the Bixby button on the side of the device.
more_vertHere's a look at the Huawei Mate 10
Although the Huawei Mate 10 won’t be announced until October 16th, a new image has been leaked which shows off the front of the device.
Project Fi is getting a new trade-in program that will grand service credit when you turn in an eligible device. Language found on the Google Store suggests it will be available there, too.
Get a Galaxy Note 8 and you want to know the best way to transfer all your stuff from Android or iPhone? Samsung has released a series of handy videos that shows you how.
Google and HTC have officially announced a new “cooperation agreement” which costs Google $1.1 billion to acquire the team who have worked on the Pixel lineup of devices.