Nothing stays private on the internet, and the least so firmware and APKs that are eagerly anticipated by hordes of frenzied Nexus warriors.
Please put down the pitchforks, Nexus 4 will get Android Lollipop. The omission from the official list was an oversight, they’re fixing it!
Before we find out what Google has in store for the Nexus smartphone line, we thought it was a good time for a trip down memory lane. Join us as we examine Google’s mobile hardware history starting with the Nexus One.
According to online postings made by Google employees it looks possible that the company has released internal versions of Android L for the Nexus 4. The comments are responses to bug reports filed against Chromium. In both cases the users mention testing various bits of Chromium functionality on Nexus 4 phones, running Android L.
The Nexus 4 was originally left out of the lineup set to receive the Android L developer preview, but members over at XDA have managed to port the new OS.
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Life is certainly looking good at LG right now. The company has made major moves in the smartphone market over the last couple of years and it’s producing some of the best Android smartphones around. Join us for a look back at LG’s history and an analysis of its prospects.
Canonical has announced that only the Nexus 4 smartphone and Nexus 7 (2013) will continue to get official Ubuntu Touch support starting with February.
Dozens of users are reporting that they are receiving over the air updates to their Nexus devices. The small update brings the firmware on the Nexus 5, Nexus 4, Nexus 7 (both generations) and the Nexus 10 to build number KOT49H
Google is apparently getting ready to roll out an Android 4.4.1 KitKat update to Nexus devices, as the new firmware version has been spotted on the Nexus 5, Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 in server logs.