Google has uploaded version 4.4w_r1 of the Android Wear source code to the AOSP repository, but a full release won’t arrive until Android L.
According to two recent merges to the AOSP master branch, 64-bit Android API levels will be renamed to non-numeric characters, starting with Android “L”.
Google has just pushed changes to the master branch of AOSP that remove the aging Dalvik virtual machine and replace it with ART.
Wish you could return to the days of the old AOSP Browser? A new method now makes it possible on KitKat, no root necessary.
There is a massive Android ecosystem that doesn’t depend on Google and it’s growing rapidly. Is there a danger that Google could lose control of Android? We take a look at what it all means.
A recent commit to the Android Open Source Project master tree has been spotted that could potentially stop many root apps from working. The new change could reportedly arrive in the next version of Android.
Sony has now released the Android 4.4.1 KitKat-based AOSP source for quite a few Xperia devices including the Xperia Z, Xperia ZL and Xperia S.
Android 4.4.2 began to roll out to users on Monday afternoon, and even if the OTA hasn’t hit all devices yet, Google is going ahead with factory images for the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, both generations of the Nexus 7, and the Nexus 10.
With LG’s latest flagship, the LG G2 having been unveiled late last week in New York, tech pundits, curious consumers, and others are already beginning to think about the arrival of the highly anticipated Nexus 5, rumoured to land in our hands around October this year. There were more than a few murmurings that we would be seeing a Google Play Edition of LG’s latest flagship, which was publicly denied by LG’s PR. He confirmed that LG did not have any plans to release a Google Edition of the LG G2, but added “… as of right now”. This suggests…
A Change.org petition asks Qualcomm to support Nexus 7 (2013) development by releasing the appropriate binaries and drivers to AOSP.