The HTC One S is one of the newest Android device coming from HTC along with the HTC One V and HTC One X. The HTC One S comes with Android Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0.3), HTC Sense 4, a 4.3 inches touch screen and a dual-core CPU. It is a great device and as usual very soon after its release it is possible to root it.
I stumbled upon this theme the other day and thought it looked really nice! BroBot175 @ XDA created a theme for Android tablets which brings Windows Metro UI style to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Asus Eee Pad Transformer. If you like the Metro UI Microsoft is using in Windows 8 and Windows Phone 7 this theme is for you! Check it out after the break.
If you own a Kindle Fire and many of us do you will definitely want to root it to open up its full potential: custom ROM with Ice Cream Sandwich, full Android access, etc. jcase @ XDA is the developer of BurritoRoot an all-in-one solution to root / jailbreak your Amazon Kindle Fire simply. BurritoRoot3 was recently released, find out more after the break.
Google recently introduced their Chrome browser in beta mode for Ice Cream Sandwich devices. Unfortunately the browser was not available to everyone and thanks to lenny_kano @ XDA it should now be possible to install this Chrome beta release on more Android ICS devices. Find out more after the break.
The Archos Gen9 tablets have been out for quite a while already and have been quite successful as Archos announced record financial results for 2011. The Archos G9 101, G9 80 can now be permanently rooted which means you could install a custom ROM on it, remove any bloatware etc. Let’s find out how to root the Archos G9 80 and 101 tablets after the break.