Mar 28th, 2012

Greetings, Phandroids. Looks like you’ve made it into another episode of the Android Overload. This is the place you can always turn to when you still have a craving for even more Android related news. On the menu tonight? Well, have a looksie below. My favorite story is despite all the Galaxy Note naysayers, Samsung claims to have shipped 5 million units of the device. Sounds like a success to me.

  • HTC Evo 3D gets a handy repair guide. [XDA]
  • Google Play Movies update adds support for Sony Tablet S and Archos G9 tablets. [Play Store Link]
  • CyanogenMod team opens up CM9 source for the HTC Sensation. [Google+]
  • Android tablet apps suck when compared to iPad counterparts. [Gizmodo]
  • ITU hosts free 1-day workshop for Android application development. [Press Release]
  • OnStar shows off new Android-based entertainment system for Chevy’s. [RWW]
  • Google to launch 3rd part comment platform to rival Facebook’s. [TheNextWeb]
  • HTC One X and HTC One V will begin shipping to Asia starting April 2nd. [UnwiredView]
  • Quick look at leaked official Android 4.0 build on the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket. [MobileTechReview]
  • Samsung ships 5 million Galaxy Notes in 5 months. Could hit 50 million devices with GS3 launch. [UnwiredView]