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Google I/O 2013 came and went. No Android 4.3 surfaced and there was absolutely no mention of a new Nexus device. We did get a new Galaxy S4 that will run stock Android and come with the bootloader unlocked — and it looks like that might be the closest we’ll [...]Read More »
If you couldn’t care less about watching the Grammys, you might have missed one of Google’s best ads for the Nexus 4. But really, it couldn’t have just as easily been an ad for Google Now, as the service is the prime focus of the ad anyway. The ad depicts [...]Read More »
Since release, Nexus 4 has been one of those “have” or “have not” type products. A combination of extremely low price, excellent specs, and low supply has turned Nexus 4 into one of the hardest smartphones to get a hold of over the past few months. However, in recent weeks [...]Read More »
Google may not advertise 4G LTE as a feature on the Nexus 4 but, as dotTech has already shown you, Nexus 4 does indeed have a 4G LTE chip built into the phone. As it turns out, it is possible to enable/turn on/use 4G LTE on the Nexus 4. This [...]Read More »
iFixit has got their hands on a Nexus 4 and took it apart. Most of what they found was expected: NFC, battery, GSM/EDGE chips, processor, etc. One thing, however, did surprise — an LTE chip.
According to the iFixit teardown, the motherboard of the Nexus 4 comes with a Qualcomm [...]Read More »
Want to root your new Nexus 4? This guide shows you exactly how to do that!
Disclaimer: This guide is intended as a helpful “how to”. Ashraf and dotTech are not responsible for any gain or loss (including but not limited to bricked devices) incurred as a result of following [...]Read More »
What happens when you couple top-of-the-line hardware with promises of fast software updates and a bargain-basement price tag in a smartphone? That smartphone sells out within minutes.
The Nexus 4, which went on sale yesterday (November 13) around the world, was sold out within minutes of availability — both 8GB [...]Read More »
So you have a Nexus 4 and want to be able to root it or install custom ROMs. Before you can do any of those things, you need to unlock the bootloader, first. This guide will show you how to unlock Nexus 4 bootloader.
Disclaimer: This guide is intended as [...]Read More »
For $299 (no contract) you can grab the new Nexus 4 — a 4.7-inch, quad-core smartphone powered by Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
The Nexus 10 isn’t the only thing Google revealed today. In addition the the awesome 10-inch tablet, Google announced their fourth installation of a Nexus Android smartphone. This one, named the Nexus 4, may be more significant and marketing disrupting than the previous three (Nexus One, Nexus S, and Galaxy [...]Read More »