Best icon packs [2015]

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Are you getting tired of looking at the same old icons every time you go back to your home screen? Did you just set yourself up with a launcher, but things still aren’t fresh enough for you? Well, Android customization goes even further–you can replace the icons on all of your downloaded applications.

Icon packs, which are generally free in the Play Store, add a new and invigorating look to your home screen. Not only that, but there’s a wide variety of exciting styles you could go for.

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HTC Desire EYE should be getting Lollipop OTA today

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Everyone wants Android Lollipop on their smartphones, but due to hardware restrictions and red-tape from carriers, it’s difficult to make that a speedy process. However, AT&T and HTC have made headway in getting Android 5.0 on the HTC Desire EYE in the US fairly soon.

Interestingly enough, the update hasn’t gone live just yet. But, it shouldn’t be long before some HTC Desire EYE owners begin seeing the notification to install Android 5.0 Lollipop on their devices, as HTC’s VP of Product Management Mo Versi said it was going out today.

Has anyone gotten the update yet?

Talk Android Weekly Recap: June 20 – June 27, 2015

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This week flew by with all of the excitement! We posted our reviews of some awesome battery charger’s, OnePlus announced the OnePlus 2, T-Mobile began its Un-carrier Amped campaign, starting with some sweet changes to its JUMP! program. If you missed any of that, be sure to check out some of the top headlines for the week after the break.

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Google will end support for Android Developer Tools in Eclipse later this year

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Google yesterday took to its Android Developers Blog to announce that it would be ending all development and support for the Android Developer Tools (ADT) in Eclipse. The search giant plans on focusing its efforts on its own IDE, Android Studio. “This specifically includes the Eclipse ADT plugin and Android Ant build system,” Google says.

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