Droid Daily 4/8/13: CyanogenMod, Galaxy S4, T-Mobile, and More


Boost Mobile Brings Unlimited Calling to Mexico

Today, Boost Mobile (the Sprint MVNO) announced that it now offers unlimited calling to Mexico for $15 per month. Which isn't a bad price, if you're on Boost Mobile. Other carriers charge a bit more and it's not unlimited.

Universal ADB Driver for Windows Released



Today, popular developer Koush (he developed Carbon backup, ROM manager, Clockworkmod recovery, just to name a few) has now released a universal ADB driver for windows. So those looking to use ADB to root your Nexus device, this will come in handy.

Want to set a Photosphere image as your live wallpaper?

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Now it's possible to set a photosphere as your live wallpaper on your Android device. Now that's pretty cool. Just use Photosphere Live Wallpaper from the Play Store and follow the steps.


Sony's Xperia Phones Will support PS3's DualShock Controllers


This is awesome news for those gamers out there. It appears that the Dualshock controllers that are used with the PlayStation 3 will be compatible with Sony Xperia phones. This was unveiled with some leaks for the Xperia SP which showed up over the weekend.

T-Mobile's new UNcarrier Plans Coming to BestBuy Soon



Today, it was announced that T-Mobile's brand new UNcarrier plans will be making their way to Bestbuy at the end of the fiscal year. Which means we won't see them until almost February 2014, which quite a ways away.

HTC One Hitting T-Mobile April 19th


It looks like the release date for the HTC One on T-Mobile is currently set for April 19th. Which is also the same date as AT&T and Sprint in the US, and Rogers in Canada. Pretty amazing for HTC to get all the carriers to launch the same day in the US.


WIND Taking Pre-registrations for Galaxy S4


Up in Canada, WIND Mobile is apparently taking pre-registrations for the Samsung Galaxy S4 starting today. There doesn't appear to be any type of deal when you pre-register.

CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightlies hit the Nook

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Nook tablet is now running CyanogenMod 10.1 nightlies, The first nightly for the "acclaim" hit today and weighs in at about 168MB in size. So now you can run Android 4.2 stock, on your Barnes & Noble Nook tablet.

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