I hope you had a fantastic Thanksgiving holiday, even if Thanksgiving is not your thing. Since you’re probably over-stuffed, I thought I’d throw you even further over the edge with this super-sized, Thanksgiving edition of the Round-up:
- Someone over at XDA Developers hacked the Nexus 4 to turn on the LTE radio. This could change my opinion of whether to get a Nexus 4 device.
- Google announced it’s going to fix a networking issue “in the next update” of Android. That’s “comforting” news, since the issue only effected a small number of people, and I don’t even really understand the problem.
- A problem that is hurting a lot of people is that Google developers forgot to add December to Android 4.2’s date picker. I guess the developer who’s supposed to check that detail can kiss his/her job goodbye.
- If you own a Samsung Galaxy Note and you want Android 4.1.2, you might try this hack to install Jelly Bean on your device. Of course, you could just buy a Galaxy Note 2 and wait for Android 4.2 to drop soon via OTA.
- Samsung is also highlighting its Premium Suite for the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. The suite looks cool. If you’re looking for a sweet tablet that isn’t an Asus Transformer or Nexus 10, check out the Galaxy Note 10.1. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
- Android Guys gives this list of things worth knowing about Android, which basically runs down some of the new apps available.
- If you’re looking for more apps, check out this post. If you’re talking Android apps for lawyers, don’t forget about my list.
- This story is an example of why I still believe Google is good.
- Obviously I’m really excited about Asus’ confirmation that Android 4.2 is in the works for its Transformer brand tablets.
As we rush into the Christmas holiday, I hope your season isn’t like this. If it is, remember Clark “gets it” in the end.