Posts tagged with: Android 4.4.1
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    The CyanogenMod team has been busy getting the Nexus 5 running CyanogenMod 11. A few days ago the first milestone along the path to a stable CyanogenMod 11 was released for the Nexus 5 and a few other devices. I didn't have much luck with it. After a few hours of troubleshooting I finally gave up and moved along to the 12/09 and 12/10 Nightlies. Both have been working quite well, but they do have some rough edges and hiccups here and there. Those are to be expected since Nightlies are "not stable" by definition. The version of Android that CM11 is based upon is the "new" Android 4.4.1 ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Google's new enhancements to Google+, which are still not enough for most of us to consider making this our social network. Oracle and Google follow the news as rumors have it that their legal issues are about to return to the scene over the Java API used to develop Android apps. AT&T then surprises us with some new contract changes that actually benefit customers. The iPhone 5S takes the spotlight next as customers begin to complain about the reliability of Touch ID. We end today's show talking about the Nexus 5, Android 4.4.1, and why ...

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    Update: Google has confirmed that 4.4.1 is on its way out as of today. If you're comfortable with sideloading updates over ADB, the Nexus 5 4.4.1 update is available for download here. It was just yesterday that we were telling you about signs pointing to Google's work on Android 4.4.1, as various Nexus models apparently running the in-development release connected to web servers across the internet, making their presence known. We speculated about some possible improvements the update might deliver, like fixes for bugs that have come to light or a much-needed tweak to the Nexus 5's ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about HTC's financial improvements, which are great news, even though there is a ban on the HTC One mini in the UK. Apple is next as we go through the company's plans to bring us a 12.9-inch 4K iPad in the next couple of months. Android 4.4.1 follows the news as it is in advanced testing as well. We then cover the news of Motorola's CEO apologizing over their Cyber Monday disaster in trying to sell the Moto X. We end today's show talking about the company that sold most on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. All this and more after the break. Stories: - ...

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    We know that, thankfully, Google is doing a good job at continuously improving Android. The company announced the Nexus 5 together with the latest version of Android, dubbed KitKat and with version number 4.4, on October 31. Rumor has it that Mountain View is already working on a follow-up refresh, and there's a lot of speculation that we're likely seeing Android 4.4.1 KitKat. The screenshot below was reportedly snapped off of the Chromium site depicting build KOT31B. Decoding the build number cypher has lead Myce.com to believe that we're looking at a second version of a build which was ...

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