About iQ Android

Marcus Reed

Marcus Reed is head of the East Coast Division of iQ Computer Services. He is an active android developer/programmer with familiar with the latest popular devices. Marcus created the iQ Android website. Brothers, Marcus and Nathan Reed teamed up to create the iQ Android Custom ROM. Marcus moved to the DC metro area in 2002 while serving in the USAF. In 2005, he enrolled at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD, and majored in Computer Science.

He began working on android in 2011. Marcus has gained his knowledge about the android platform through extensive research, collaboration, and testing. He’s upgraded, rooted, backed up, and installed software on hundreds of android phones and tablets. Marcus is an active member of XDA Developers.

iQ Android East is based in Bowie, Maryland. Marcus latest project is working with OnePlus and Samsung android phones. He produces a video blog on YouTube about android to share his knowledge and experience with enthusiasts and new users.

Current device – Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Current Custom ROM – LineageOS 17.1

Nathan Reed

Nathan, aka iQ, is the founder and CEO of iQ Computer Services. Over the last 20 years, he has been on the cutting edge of future technology and has traveled all over the country sporting the newest devices and gadgets. iQ began working on android devices at the beginning of the android revolution. He created the iQ Android project and designed the first iQ Android logo.

While in Wyoming, he studied Desktop Audio Video Production and Desktop Publishing at Laramie County Community College. After moving to Oregon, he attended Pioneer Pacific College where he studied Computer and Networking Technology. The majority of his knowledge comes from countless hours of self-motivated research and development.

Nathan's newest passion is psycho-acoustics, the scientific study of sound perception and its effects on the mind. He enjoys spending his time meditating, researching, and creating audio artwork in his studio.

Favorite Device – Google Pixel 4a

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