Most of you know I am a developer and make many ROM’s and so here is the official development page. Most of my updates will be posted here and beta links for testers aswell as changelogs. You can also ask questions or apply to become part of TheAndroidCity development team (even just as a tester).
My projects – ROMS
– LGUI3.0 for HTC One X
– Samsung TouchWiz5 (TeamRemics Port) for HTC One X
– LGUI3.0 for Galaxy Note
Want to help out development, testing, writing or doing videos for us?
Contact me at: email@example.com
From the developer of the successful WiFi Hack App comes the new handy Templates On The Go. A very handy app which makes it quicker for you to type messages either on SMS or even 3rd party apps such as WhatsApp or Viber. It’s a must have app as its it one of the necessities that these instant messaging applications are missing.
Please download it and let me know what you think either by commenting or emailing me
DL Link – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.templates.qfoam
TheAndroidCity has been a hit recently and ALOT of views. So I want you guys to just share this blog around so it can become viral ( not that extreme ). I know I have’nt been posting lately, its just that I got to move this blog over to: http://www.theandroidcity.com ( MY OWN WEBSITE ) In return I will start a series called Android4Noobs where you can learn how to do some developing and other Android tweaks and more cool stuff.
Another small update. My friend has entered a competition to win a MacBook Air and he needs votes. If you readers would spare a little time to vote. You will need a Facebook account.
Here is the link: http://apps.facebook.com/winmacbookair/contests/217903/voteable_entries/50895728
A many people have asked me if this blog has died, the answer is no. I am not writing reviews until my exams are over and then Samsung and HTC will start sending me devices to review.
So a friend of mine on XDA (QuantumFoam) has made his first app. Its really simple but also great. The aim of it is the fool your friends that you have “hacked” the secured WiFi and it actually uses your data plan but hides that icons and shows it connected to the secure WiFi. The app is great to use and it works. It looks very proffesional and it would be nice if you thanked him on XDA.
Original Website + DL link is http://quantumfoam.webstarts.com/wifi_hack.html
Also his XDA is http://forum.xda-developers.com/member.php?u=4518416
HTC One X Review
So the era of quad core phones have dawned upon us. HTC taking the first plunge into the market with releasing a quad core phone. When I first heard about the One X I had many questions. Is the battery life bad? Can you see the difference in speed? Does it overheat? So this is why I am reviewing this handset to answer your questions.
Firstly I will start with the exterior of the device. The HTC One X has a pleasant feel as it is made out of poly-tetra-fluoroe-thylene (long crazy word) which makes the phone feel very sturdy. The HTC One X has three capacitive touch keys which are very responsive, but I preferred the onscreen controls like the Nexus as this phone is bigger than the Nexus but the screen size is the same size-ish. The HTC One X has an 8MP camera at the back which has smile detection and more. It can also take pictures and videos together and also has an instant shutter speed to catch the moment very quickly. This is all very good and the phone is well equipped.
Now for the main part, Hardware. This is what the HTC One X is most famously known for. A Quad Core 1.5Ghz Nvdia Tegra 3 with a ULP geForce GPU. So this phone is not slow. It is like a phone version of Usain Bolt, a phone version of the Veyron. It is very fast and I’m happy to report that this phone does not overheat with this chip and is very snappy from start up. The benchmark score for the One X on mine was 11022 which are certainly higher to say the Evo3D which is 4815.
The screen is super clear thanks to the 720×1280 pixel 4.7” screen which produces a 312 pixel density. The screen is the same as the Galaxy Nexus but produces a little smaller DPI as is it 0.5 inches bigger than the Nexus.
The internal memory of the One X is 32GB (26GB user space) but lacks SD card support. HTC addressed this problem with adding cloud features to it such as a bigger Dropbox space, SkyDrive and more. So memory is not an issue for the One X.
The One X is very kitted out with features such as the Beats Audio and HTC Sense 4. HTC Sense 4 is the best UI I have ever used. It’s fast and intuitive and pretty. Its functionalities are great and very easy to get used to. The weather live updates with animations are pretty as so is the overscrolling effect.
The HTC One X is an amazing handset and is definitely worth getting either for an upgrade or a new smartphone. I like the way HTC have done this phone and really like their new line up of the One Series. I would like to see what Samsung have to offer with the SIII but I am pretty keen it won’t be as great as this phone. We shall wait and see and I will review the SIII and compare with the One X.
Quad Core beast with stunning looks and features