Amazon has made available the 6.2 update for the Kindle Fire today via their site. While no specific changelog was given, users who have already downloaded and applied the update have been reporting more responsive buttons and all around smoother UI. Oh yeah, and if you’re rooted, the update will in fact remove root from the device but getting it back is just as easy using the SuperOneClick method you used to root it the first time. Hit the Amazon download link here for full instructions on how to apply the update and let us know if you guys notice any other changes. Cheers.
android Best of Phandroid
stars Popular this Weeklaunch
Snapchat has debuted a new tool called Lens Studio that will allow anyone to create and share their own AR effect inside the app.
Need a new portable charger as an every day carry item or stocking stuffer? Check out these deals and save up to 30%.
Analysts believe Samsung’s market share will take a dip next year amid tougher competition in both flagship and budget smartphone markets.
Xiaomi has introduced a new red version of its Xiaomi Mi A1 smartphone, which is part of the Android One program.
Google has announced that support for Project Tango will end on March 1st, 2018. The company will be moving forward with support and expansion of ARCore.
To celebrate the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, OnePlus released a special edition of the 5T which included new wallpapers. You can now download these for yourself.
more_vertBest Apps of the Week
Every week, hundreds of new Android apps are submitted to the Play Store. If you’re not paying attention 24/7, it’s easy to miss some of the best stuff.
more_vertFirst Things To Do With Android
It’s that time of the year and if you’re looking to finally upgrade your aging Android device, the holidays are the best time to do it. Our guide on the 5 things every new Android user should do will get you started off right. Take a look or share with your loved ones!
Instagram is testing a new section called “Recommend for you” in certain users’ feeds, which shows posts your friends have liked or that an algorithm thinks you will like. Your main feed could soon have a lot more content.
more_vertGoogle Assistant comes to tablets
Google has announced that Google Assistant is now officially available on Android tablets, as well as any device running at least Android 5.0 Lollipop.