by Jules Wang | October 26, 2015 8:22 PM
Back to the wave of Marshmallow that will be tiding towards many Android OEM releases in the future (including the HTC One A9): we told you about Polish LG G4s preparing for their updates to version 6.0. Those phones were to be the first existing non-Nexus phones to get an OTA update. Not exactly anymore. LG Poland responded to a customer's question on its Facebook page: One user below the official response commented that the Marshmallow update was available on the LG Bridge PC interface suite. We aren't certain what the technical issue is nor how long it will take before the OTAs start ...
by Joe Levi | January 3, 2013 4:07 PM
Auto-rotation is one of the thing I either love or hate. When it works right, it's wonderful! The gyroscope/accelerometer inside my device recognizes that I've turned it and quickly switches the display from portrait to landscape -- or vice versa. Luckily, this process usually happens fairly quickly. Unfortunately, rotation does take a second or so from the request to rotate until the screen is fully rotated and usable, which can seem like a long time -- especially if you didn't mean to rotate the screen in the first place. When I'm laying down or leaning against something, very often my ...
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