If you have ever rooted your Android device or loaded custom ROM on it, chances are that some or other time, you would have had issues with the drivers. Windows 8 is another big problem, even after so many months of its launch, device drivers still continue to have problem with this OS version.
Now, thanks to known Android developer Koushik Dutta (and dev community help), we have a universal ADB (+ Fastboot) driver that should work for all Android devices (or most of them) and most Windows versions include the Windows 8.
“This driver should work on all Android phones for all versions of Windows.  It does not require that you turn on test signing or disable driver verification. This is done by installing ClockworkMod as a trusted certificate and publisher into the local machine’s certificate store,” Koush noted in a Google+ post.
This is a godsend for newbies, who especially have troubles with drivers.
You can download the driver from here, or take a look at its source code here.
The Samsung Galaxy S 4 official availability might still be a month away but if you want to get your hands on some of the Galaxy S 4 goodies now – you are in luck. Folks at SamMobile got their hands on a leaked system image of Galaxy S 4 and have extracted stuff like wallpapers and ringtones for public sharing.
They have also taken the out the APK for S-Voice version coming in S 4 for mass consumption. S- Voice latest version seems to be working fine on Galaxy Note II, Galaxy S III, while it had some issues with AOSP based firmwares.
The site has also published the full system dump from which they have taken out the wallpapers and stuff. You can download it right now for your tinkering and extracting any cool stuff that you can find.
Download S-Voice APK, Wallpapers, Ringtones, Full System Dump
To remind you, The Galaxy S 4 will be going on sale at the end of April in select countries, while the broader availability will begin in early-May.
It seems most of the first batch of Galaxy S 4 shipments contain Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor and not the Exynos 5 Octa, so you will wait to have to the actual launch in your country to get to know which version of the phone you will be getting.
If you’re waiting for the Android 4.2.1 update to arrive on your Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 , then the wait is over . You can download the Android 4.2.1 update for your Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 directly from Google’s servers. Here are the links for the update .
* Nexus 7 Wi – Fi
* Nexus 7 Wi – Fi / 3G
* Nexus 10
The size of the update is 1MB
If you haven’t get Android 4.2.1 update yet for your Nexus 4,then there is good news for you, because you can download the update directly from Google’s servers from this link . The update brings fixes for the December bug in the People app and for some Bluetooth issues .