Welcome to the Android Police Week In Review - your source for the biggest Android stories of the week. Don't forget, you can catch a lot of these stories (and more) on our weekly podcast.
- CyanogenMod 10, or, how Liam fixed his EVO 4G LTE.
- Getting To Know Android 4.1, Part 5: Calendar And Settings
- Some pictures of an HTC
iMactablet have popped up and oh god, HTC, please don't.
- The LG Intuition: putting the "big" back in Big Red on September 6th.
- Here's a red and black HTC phone that we know nothing about.
- Motorola is going bezel-less. Isn't that illegal? It's also introducing a much less exciting phone, too, if you want to ease into the excitement.
Android at Arms
- Apple is accusing the Galaxy S III of patent infringement, please lower your pitchforks.
- And yes, expect some OTA update, uh, enhancements, on a few select Samsung handsets in the US soon.
- Isis is coming: look busy.
- The Play Store will now suggest apps you might like using magic and unicorns (and maybesome of that data you now agree to disclose to Google for use across all of its services).
- IFA 2012
- The Nexus 7 is now available in France, Germany, and Spain, probably eventually headed to other countries Americans have difficulty locating on maps.
- T-Mobile's Galaxy S II OTA update also removed universal search. To, um, enhance the user experience. Or to avoid yet another Apple lawsuit. Just maybe.
- Motorola phones now have a root checker, checks root.
- Device updates: Galaxy S III (T-Mobile), Galaxy Nexus (Verizon), Transformer Pad 300 (Euro),Galaxy Tab 8.9 (Wi-Fi, US), EVO 4G LTE.
- TabletSMS, by the guy who did DeskSMS. What ever could it do?
- Grooveshark came back to the Play Store and was promptly, predictably pulled for intellectual property problems.
- Horn for Android: the big review.
- Google Now: now with more features.
In Other News
- Samsung Canada sent some guy a free phone with a poorly drawn dragon on it.
- Bezel, or no bezel? You decide.