Droid Daily 11/13/12: Android 4.2 Bugs, Jelly Bean Updates, T-Mobile and More

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T-Mobile offering Subscribers up to $250 for referring a friend

Lately T-Mobile has been working pretty hard to become the #3 or even #2 national carrier in the US. The merge with MetroPCS is scheduled for 2013, they've brought back unlimited data, and now refer-a-friend offering up to $250/year.

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T-Mobile having big Samsung Sale this weekend?

Indeed they are. Looks like all of T-Mobile's Samsung phones are on sale this Friday and Saturday (November 16th and 17th) only. This includes the Galaxy S3 which will be free!

Samsung Galaxy Axiom SCH-R830 heading to US Cellular

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Looks like US Cellular is getting a Galaxy S3 Mini, it'll actually be the Galaxy Axiom. Of course it sports the S3 design but with less than stellar specs including a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, and a 4-inch WVGA display.

Nova Launcher updates to v1.3.3

Everyone's favorite launcher, Nova Launcher got updated to version 1.3.3. The update includes Android 4.2 compatibility, icons and new themeing option.

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ZTE Flash lands on Sprint for $129.99

We saw leaks of this device last week and earlier this week, it's a mid-range ICS device on Sprint. That's about all we need to say. It is almost vanilla Android though, but still not a Nexus.

Android 4.2: Google Voice broken!

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Lots of reports today of Google Voice issues with Android 4.2, not surprising since it is a new version of Android and things have changed. Hopefully Google gets a fix out before the Nexus 4's starting being delivered.

Google Fiber getting started in Kansas City

Those that live in Kansas City, we all envy you so much. Being the first city to experience Google Fiber, which promises 1GB speeds. That almost makes LTE look like EDGE speeds, right?

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Android 4.1.1 gets explained by Samsung

We'll just leave you to watching the videos above.