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Sony rolled out Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Update Roadmap to give up the models on sale in 2011

Sony rolled out Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Update Roadmap to give up the models on sale in 2011

Recently Sony officially released its Android  4.1 Jelly Bean update roadmap for its android smartphone users. In all honesty, we have mixed feeling about the plan. overjoyed that  the Sony Xperia T, Xperia TX and Xperia V recently released will receive the Android 4.1 update in the first quarter of 2013, namely around February. Later followed by the international version of Sony Xperia S, Xperia ion and Xperia go to get the Jelly Bean OS. The carrier versions are still unknown when will eat the 4.1 Jelly Bean. Wha’t more Unfortunately, all the Sony Xperia series andorid deivces on sale in 2011 can’t (Read the article)

AT&T set the Samsung Rugby Pro release date on Octomber 21 for $99.99

AT&T set the Samsung Rugby Pro release date on Octomber 21 for $99.99

At the end of September, AT&T officially launched the Samsung Rugby Pro for us, but AT&T didn’t tell us when it would be available on sale or how much it cost. Recently, just on Octomber 20th, AT&T finally revealed the release date and price of Samsung Rugby Pro, we know this new android smartphone will hit AT&T stores on Octomber 21st for $99 with 2 year contract.

Samsung Rugby Pro is a rugged device, it has no big changes compared with its presucessor, it gives us a thick feeling, the soft plastic material feels very texture. Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro smartphone is designed wit a 4 inch WVGA Super AMOLED touch screen, powered by a 1.5GHz processor with 8GB (Read the article)

AT&T Sony Xperia Ion LT28i unlocking and rooting tutorial

AT&T Sony Xperia Ion LT28i unlocking and rooting tutorial

Recently my friend got the Sony Xperia Ion LT28i from AT&T, today he tried to unlock it, howevery he alwasy failed, then he turned to me for help. Fortunately, after searching online for a while, I find someone has successed to unlock his Sony Xperia Ion, and he shared the method on one mobile phone forum. I saw many users has maken their Xperia Ion LT28i unlocked in this way.Here was just the instructions of how to unlock att Sony Xperia Ion.

Note: Please firstly back up all the data on your phone, ncluding apps, pics, media files, settings, mails, contacts etc.

Steps of how to unlock att ony Xperia Ion LT28i:

1. login in the Sony offiical unlock website.
http://unlockbootloader.sonymobile.com/instructions

2. drag the webpage below untill you can see the Continue , click’ Continue’ (Read the article)

Tutorial for getting rooted AT&T LG Escape

Tutorial for getting rooted AT&T LG Escape

I’m looking for the method of rooting the lg escape P870 for AT&T, because I has gotten for about two months, and I have installed too many apps on it So that now I’m always warned the storage is insufficient, therefore, I decide to remove some useless apps. Unfortunately, When I go  to settings- apps- app management, I find I’m forced to stop uninstalling an app, clearing cache, etc. I’ve done some research and from what I can tell I should firstly root my LG Escape, then I can cancel the apps and software what I don’t need. Any one know how to do this?If you have maken your handset rooted, please shared the Tutorial here, thanks!

AT&T HTC Window Phone 8X coming soon with 8GB/16GB

AT&T HTC Window Phone 8X coming soon with 8GB/16GB

In September, HTC HTC released the first Windows Phone 8 smartphones, one of which is HTC 8X, but at the beginning of the launch date,  this handset only came with16GB version. According to the latest news, recently it was reported that AT&T will also offer 8GB version of HTC 8X for us, in addtion to the 16GB version, In order to meet the needs of entry customers. It was said AT&T‘sInternal sales had started the Windows Phone 8x’  training, but the price was not disclosed. By customary rule, the 8GB version of HTC 8X  will be more cheaper.

upcoming at&t cell phones – AT&T HTC Window Phone 8X smartphone photos: (Read the article)

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