by Stephen Schenck | October 15, 2012 5:15 PM
While the first leaked pics we saw of the LG Nexus 4 revealed the handset to be running Android 4.1.2, apparently some of these in-testing units feature Android 4.2 instead, and the guys at Android Police managed to get themselves a copy of just such a ROM. As they look through it, they're revealing some of the new changes in store for us, and today take a look at a new "Quick Settings" interface. This is clearly a work in progress, as spelled-out by the image above. That's an actual file from the 4.2 dump, included as a placeholder graphic until the code is complete. Android Police asked ...
by Stephen Schenck | October 9, 2012 10:10 AM
Late last week, I wrote about some of newest rumors to surface regarding Google's next Android iteration. If you haven't been keeping up with the news, since then the majority of that information has been identified as the work of a hoaxster; don't expect Project Roadrunner to bring enhanced battery life, nor Google Play to implement new streaming options. I could wring my hands in frustration over that turn of events, but why bother? Rumors always carry the risk of being false, and even when that turns out to be the case, they can still get us thinking about some important topics; maybe ...
by Stephen Schenck | October 5, 2012 6:05 PM
We know, Jelly Bean seems like it was only just announced, and chances are your phone doesn't even run it yet, but word on the street is that Android 4.2 is already just around the corner, likely to be revealed alongside Google's expected Nexus device announcement. As we wait for official word of the new build, rumors attempt to identify a few key features we'll be seeing, and server log analysis reveals a couple new pieces of hardware that could arrive running the new platform. Supposedly, Android 4.2 would introduce some new features unique to Google's Nexus devices, including the ...
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