Your smartphone and / or tablet is just begging for an update. From time to time, these mobile devices are blessed with maintenance refreshes, bug fixes, custom ROMs and anything in between, and so many of them are floating around that it's easy for a sizable chunk to get lost in the mix. To make sure they don't escape without notice, we've gathered every possible update, hack, and other miscellaneous tomfoolery we could find during the last week and crammed them into one convenient roundup. If you find something available for your device, please give us a shout at tips at engadget dawt com and let us know. Enjoy!
Official Android updates
Droid DNA: Verizon issued a big dose of fail this week with its first update for the Droid DNA, which continues to lack an option to map the contextual menu button to the recent apps key. That said, users can expect improved WiFi and hotspot connectivity, better audio quality when using a wired headset and correct timestamps for incoming messages in this latest release. [Thanks, Steven]
Samsung Galaxy S III: Sprint has issued an update that weighs in at 153MB for this smartphone that resolves calendar sync issues, brings enhanced SMS support and delivers a new version of the voicemail app. While not specifically mentioned by Sprint, the update is also thought to include a fix for the Exynos security exploit. [Android Central]
Unofficial Android updates, custom ROMs and misc. hackery
AOKP: Milestone Release 1 Build 3 of this ROM was released with support for the international Galaxy S II, Galaxy S II (T-Mobile), Galaxy Note II (AT&T and T-Mobile) and the Iconia Tab A510. Some of the new features in this release include tablet mode and Car Home, along with UI transparency controls, quick unlock and the ability to hide the navigation bar. [Android Police]
BlackBerry PlayBook: BlackBerry released PlayBook OS 220.127.116.116 this week, which includes improvements to the web browser, support for in-app payments, SMS over Bridge and a re-branded BlackBerry World. [CrackBerry]