Official Pinterest App Available on Google Play Store

pinterest appPinterest has finally released an official Android app. Pinterest is a very popular social network that has grown faster than any social platform in history and has finally joined the world of mobile apps. They have started to show off their mobile platform on Android and IOS. Pinterest relies on its users to pin items for their friends to share likes and dislikes in the form of a picture and small description. The mobile app has been long awaited and many have been impatiently waiting for quit some time.

The official Pinterest app for Android looks a lot like the Pinterest website and has been laid out very well for mobile devices. You can view your tiled homepage with all of your friends pins. A few of the features that you will notice is the fact that you can search for items you would like to pin, friends items to re-pin and comment on pins. A few other items you might be interested to hear is in the app is the ability to search for friends to follow.

Official Android Blog is finally here!

android blog

Almost 4 years ago, Google launched their very first mobile OS which is now known as the most famous mobile operating system, Android. Whenever any official news or report related to Android is released by Google, it always shows up on Google Mobile blog or any other Google blog but not anymore; because finally after a wait of four-long years, Official Android Blog is finally here.

Official Android 4.0 for Nexus S tested on I9023

I own a GT-I9023 Nexus S phone. Google officially released 4.0 for Nexus s, so I immediately started to install it manually.
I downloaded the update from Google and installed it following this steps:

  • Copy to the root of your internal storage
  • Switch off your Nexus S
  • Hold Volume Up and Power to reboot into the bootloader
  • Select “Recovery,” then press power button
  • Once the triangle with exclamation mark appears, press power button and volume up at the same time to enter recovery menu
  • Select “Apply update from /sdcard”

At first I tought everything is OK, but then I noticed there is "No service", the phone could not connect to the mobile network, so no phone calls or mobile net access was available.

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