Droid Daily 2/14/13: HTC Droid DNA, Galaxy S2, US Cellular and More


US Cellular Announces more 4G LTE Markets


Today, US Cellular announced they now have 4G LTE in more markets including cities in California, Kansas and Nebraska. And Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin see expansions


Galaxy S2 Getting Jelly Bean Update


If you own the Samsung Galaxy S2 on Bell in Canada, you should be getting an Android 4.1.2 update very soon. Those Jelly Beans you've been looking for are on their way.

HTC Droid DNA Getting an OTA



The HTC Droid DNA on Verizon is getting it's first OTA update right now. The update is about 103.5MB and doesn't contain anything major. Mostly just bug fixes and security fixes.

Falcon Pro Gets Updated

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Today, Falcon Pro got a nice update. It now supports DashClock, that new lock screen widget we told you about earlier this week. It's a pretty good update and includes some other bug fixes as well.


Google Now, now uses Google Doodles


Something else new in the Google Now update from yesterday. It now uses Google Doodles as the header instead of those static images we are used too. It caught me by surprise this morning when I fired up Google Now.

Tamagochi Digital Pet Comes to Android

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Who remembers having a Tamagotchi? Well it's been brought back to life for it's sweet 16 and is now on Android. It's now available on the Play Store for those that want to check it out.

Trailer for The Internship

That new movie starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson where they play Interns at Google, the trailer is now out. Check it out above.

Update your Android SDK

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Well Android just got updated to version 4.2.2, so that means it's time to update your SDK. This is just a quick PSA letting you know.

Sprint Samsung Galaxy S3 getting an OTA


The Sprint Samsung Galaxy S3 is getting a rather large OTA, but it's all just bug fixes and performance enhancements. So don't get your hopes up for premium suite or Android 4.2.