HTC recently released details on which models will get upgraded to Android 4.1. Owners of older models left in the cold are angered and upset, and I feel its time to take a stand and mark my point. All Android users have to choice, but you might have to accept the compromise it involves.
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If you havent jumped onboard the Jelly Bean wagon yet, then maybe its time to consider doing so now. The Android 4.1 sporting version of CyanogenMOD, CM10, is popping up for quite a few devices and seemingly working well.
Its been way too long, and HTC has clearly been in breach of the GPL agreement, but the kernel sources for the HTC One S has finally been released. This brings renewed hope that Android AOSP/CM9 and the likes will run even better on the Sense-ridden device. Stay tuned for …
Already taken the jump and flashed a custom ROM onto your HTC One S? Well then you might want to consider updating your radio firmware as well. Here is how!
The HTC One S is standing in the shadow of its larger sibling the One X. Is the One S an inferior little brother or does it deserve an equal amount of the spotlight? Hop on in to find out.
HTC claims their new One X and One S devices are the new camera kings on the market. I test their word against the iPhone 4S, considered by many to be right up there with the best when it comes to the camera. Buzz on through to see the results.