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How To:Root Samsung Galaxy Note

Warning:This article is for information purpose only, Iam not responsible for any thing that happens to your phone in the process.You may try this at your OWN RISK.

The Samsung Galaxy Note has been  been rooted barely days after its release.

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Sony Ericsson XPERIA Nozomi LT26i caught by Mr. Not-so-blurrycam

Author:engadget.com

Sony Ericsson Xperia Nozomi

Well, would you look at that: our first glance at Sony Ericsson’s upcoming Nozomi and the photos are actually in focus. The LT26i is still rocking Gingerbread, but steps it up in the display department by moving to a 1280 x 720 panel, just like the Rezound and Galaxy…

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Gingerbread’s numbers still climbing at Froyo’s expense

Author:Phil Nickinsonandroidcentral.com

Android Versions

oogle has released the latest version numbers for Android, and they’re about what you’d expect. For the past two weeks ending Nov. 3, Gingerbread has crept up to 44.4 percent (up from 38.7 percent a month ago), while Froyo has fallen to…

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Optimus 3D Gingerbread update said to bring faster HSPA+, video

Author: Alex Dobieandroidcentral.com

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Optimus 3D owners are on track for few extra treats along with their Gingerbread update later this month, if an early leaked…

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc S review

Author:Alex Dobieandroidcentral.com

Android Central

The past 11 months have seen Sony Ericsson recover from the disappointments and frustrations of its early Android efforts, releasing a solid line-up of well-designed Gingerbread-based phones in a range of different form factors. SE’s market share might be dwarfed by rival Android manufacturers like HTC and Samsung, but there’s no doubting the quality of its 2011 Xperia series.

So as we enter the final stretch of the year, Sony Ericsson brings us a refreshed…

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Cyanogenmod 7.1 Nightlies Just Expanded To A Slew Of Devices, Including AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy SII, The Motorola Atrix, And More

Author: androidpolice.com

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It looks like the Cyanogenmod team, in a continued effort to bring continually-updated Gingerbread goodness to as many devices as possible, have brought nightlies to a new crop of handsets, including AT&T’s variant of the Samsung Galaxy SII, the Motorola Atrix, LG’s Optimus Black and a handful of Sony devices including the Xperia X10…

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Motorola Atrix 2 review

Author:engadget.com

We’ve seen a lot of game-changing devices this year, haven’t we? 2011 has already witnessed the first Honeycomb tablets, the influx of LTE and the introduction of a boatload of smartphones with dual-core processors. One of those groundbreaking devices was the Motorola Atrix 4G, which we called the best smartphone at CES 2011 because of its powerful Tegra 2 SoC and simply innovative Webtop operating system with an accompanying Lapdock. It was new, and it was powerful.

Not even ten months after the Atrix’s February 22nd launch, we’re already seeing its successor, aptly named the Atrix 2. At the risk of sounding blunt, it’s not a groundbreaking device — aside from a few bumps in specs, larger display and…

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