This week in your world of Android, KitKat rolled out to Nexus devices, while Samsung had problems with Jelly Bean, the incredibly cheap Moto G landed, Google Search got smarter, we heard news from the CyanogenMod team, and the Apple vs Samsung retrial kicked off.
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New KitKat-based custom Android ROMs are available: OmniROM 4.4 for the Galaxy S3 I9300 and CyanogenMod 11 for the Nexus 5, although neither version is final.
The Galaxy S3 Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update comes with several performance and battery issues, and may be put on hold. Read on for more details!
Following the Galaxy S4, Samsung has begun pushing out the Android 4.3 update to the Galaxy S3, bringing a slew of improvements and new features to the popular 2012 flagship.
Following the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the Galaxy Note 2, Android 4.3 firmware for the Samsung Galaxy S3 has also made its way online and is available for download, unofficially of course, courtesy of a SamMobile source. Read on to find out more!
Samsung has now announced that its upcoming Premium Suite update will start rolling out to select Samsung devices, with the first upgrades starting today. Besides Android 4.3 and Gear support, Samsung also promises improved multi-window support, easy mode and more.
The Galaxy Gear is, right now, only compatible with the Note 3 and some Galaxy S4 units, but that should change over the next weeks. The Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S4 mini, Galaxy S4 Active, Galaxy Mega 5.8, Galaxy Mega 6.3, and Galaxy S4 zoom are on the list.
Hello and welcome back to Android Q&A! We had a lot of great questions this week about Android 4.3 updates on Galaxy devices, 64-bit processors, battery life, and more. To see it, watch the video... above or read below!Question 1
“Wait for a 64-bit processor from Android or buy a(n) Android phone with 32-bit processor? I plan to have my phone for at least 2 years.” – BalrajAnsw...
Sales of the Samsung Galaxy S4 slumped this summer, says a newly released market research report. Samsung managed to sell 5 million Galaxy S4 in August, but offset it with sales in the budget segment.