By Robert Triggs January 27, 2014 0 39 112 17 Continuing with the trend of weekly updates, the Paranoid Android AOSPA 4.0 beta has received its fourth batch of fixes today. Beta 4 mainly addresses bugs that have been reported since the last big update, so there aren’t any major new features included this time around. Even so, plenty has changed – the two finger quick settings pull down function is back, the new Immersive mode has been patched up a tad, and over the air updates should now be fixed. Hurrah!Advertisement Here’s the full change log: AOSPA 4.0 Beta 4 <2014-01-27> Restored two finger quick setting pull down Improved lightbulb activation time on tablets Immersive mode fixes (also, now a dual tile) Network toggle tile is disabled if Google dialer is installed Sleep tile long press opens power menu Long press rssi (mobile network) tile takes you to data usage Dimmed dual tile switch icon Downloads notification now expandable (show download speed) Fixed Nexus 10 bootanimation Add SuperSU to settings, hide app from launcher Little performance improvement PA OTA fixes To help beta testers keep on top of bug reports and tracking fixes, Paranoid Android has also set up a new official bug tracking system. Beta testers can now sign-up and help submit bugs without having to worry that their issue will be lost in a stream of G+ comments. Click here if you’re looking to download the latest update. 0 39 112 previous postBest Nexus 5 casesnext postWill HTC finally move to onscreen buttons on the M8 (One 2014)?