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Sony has started rolling out the Android 4.4 update for the Xperia Z Ultra smartphone starting from select regions in Asia. The smartphone with the model number C6833 in Hong Kong is reportedly getting the update first. As of now, this is only available as an OTA, so owners cannot flash the update manually. Users can also try checking the settings to see if an update is available there. Since this is a phased roll out, all Xperia Z Ultra users will not see the update immediately. In the meanwhile, expect the developers over at XDA to come up with a manual update package soon with the OTA now rolling out.
Users of the HTC Butterfly S have also started receiving the update to Android 4.4.2 since Friday. It is a hefty 740MB so make sure you’re on an unlimited connection before downloading the update. Both updates will bring several changes to core functionality, mostly pertaining to stock Android. This is accompanied by standard changes and tweaks to the UIs of the two devices, so a lot will be different after the update.
Via: GSM Arena
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According to a few user reports, the Moto G is facing some issues with the network connection after it received the Android 4.4.2 update. It is claimed that the smartphone sometimes turns on Airplane Mode on its own whenever a user tries to make a call. Other problems include intermittent loss of network and connectivity. This issue was faced on a few Nexus 4 devices as well, so it’s probably something to do with the particular version of Android. Users claim that this issue can be fixed with a reboot of the device, but that appears to be a temporary solution.
Luckily, Motorola has acknowledged this issue and promised to fix it soon with an update. It is said that this little glitch made its way with the version 174.44.1 update recently. Some users are also claiming that an update from last week has already fixed this bug, but it seems like that fix hasn’t made its way to all devices yet.
Have you faced this problem on your Moto X? If yes, make sure you let us know by leaving a comment below.
Source: Motorola Forums
Via: Android Police
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The Sprint variant of the Moto X is set to get the Android 4.4.2 update as build 161.44.32. This update will include the same changes as the T-Mobile and Verizon Moto X models.
The features that will be brought to the device include improved battery life, the ability to cloud print, and a fix for email sync. You can check for the update yourself by going to Settings > About phone > System updates.
Come comment on this article: Android 4.4.2 update for Sprint Moto X ready to roll out
One of the biggest advantages of Motorola’s latest phones is that they’ve been rapidly updated to Android 4.4. But at least some owners of the low-cost Moto G are having serious issues after updating to 4.4.2. Many posters on the official Motorola support forums are saying that their phones are intermittently dropping all cell signals, and in some cases even losing connection with the phone’s SIM card. These issues were not reported before the Android 4.4 update.
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Some Moto G Owners Are Constantly Losing Connection After The Android 4.4.2 Update was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
After showing up as a humongous ROM, the T-Mobile LG G2′s Android 4.4.2 update is making its way to devices as a regular OTA. Well, it’s probably getting the update. T-Mobile’s support page is a little fuzzy on the details, but today (March 3rd) is listed as the start date for the software’s availability.
The update comes with version number D80120a and the changelog is lacking in detail.
- Update to Android 4.4 KitKat
- Auto Brightness
- User experience improvements
The support page says the update is available now, so you might be able to manually check for updates and install.
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T-Mobile’s LG G2 Is Getting The Android 4.4.2 Update Starting Today (Probably) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Just yesterday we reported that invites had started to go out to Moto X owners on the Verizon network inviting them to participate in a soak test presumably for the Android 4.2.2 update. Another step was taken by the carrier today indicating the update could be only days away from release as a support document for the KitKat update has been posted to the Verizon web site. The document indicates the update includes some security and stability enhancements, including better synchronization of some services; better roaming connectivity; improvements to battery life and Isis Mobile Wallet; and some Verizon app updates.
For those not participating in the soak test, your patience should be rewarded shortly.
source: Verizon Wireless
Come comment on this article: Verizon takes another step toward Android 4.4.2 update for Moto X
Back when Motorola started pushing the Android 4.4 update to the Moto X, Verizon was the first carrier to get it. That was amazing in itself, but it was not duplicated with the 4.4.2 update. However, it doesn’t appear Verizon will be the last since soak test invites are going out now to Motorola forum members. This means the actual update could start rolling out as soon as next week, or the week after at the latest. We will keep you posted.
Cheers Steve and Greg
Come comment on this article: Verizon Moto X to receive Android 4.4.2 update soon
Sprint has officially begun the rollout of the Android 4.4 update for its variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 starting today. Only yesterday the U.S. Cellular variant started getting the update, so this was along expected lines.
If you own a Sprint branded Galaxy Note 3, make sure you head over to the Settings menu on your smartphone and check for an update manually. The update is quite big as it brings along a plethora of changes compared to Android 4.3, so make sure you’re on a Wi-Fi network before beginning the download. If you’re having no luck getting the update notification, you can also try pulling an update manually by connecting your smartphone to Samsung Kies through your computer.
The update will bring some S-Pen specific tweaks on board, in addition to the standard Android 4.4 related core features. Expect to see a few Sprint specific updates on board as well with performance enhancements. Hit the source link below for more on the update.
Via: GSM Arena
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Giving their loyal followers a Valentine’s gift, the Android-x86 project has released an image for Android-x86 4.4-RC1. After months, if not years, of development, this might be finally be the next stable release of the Android port for Intel and AMD machines.
Android-x86 was born out of a desire to make Android available on x86 computers, particularly the ASUS Eee PC. This was during a time when Android was still primarily and officially available only on ARM-based hardware. Getting Android running on Intel and AMD chips was no trivial matter but the project’s work got a lot easier when Google officially released source code for Android 4.0 for x86 processors.
Of course now we’re seeing Android running on a number of x86 devices, particular tablets powered by Intel’s Atom processors. That said, there is still a lack of ROMs tailored for any x86 device, a category that Android-x86 can still pretty much cater to. Hopefully, the arrival of a release candidate, bearing Android 4.4 no less, will be a sign of renewed activity and a stable release that anyone can install.
Included in this release of Android-x86 is the integration of ffmpeg multimedia library in order to give users access to a wider variety of media formats. Drivers have also been preinstalled so that Android can run in the device’s native resolution. There is also the Android 4.4 Launcher3 present, though the Google Experience is of course not there. There is even support for up to 8 users. Installing Android-x86 on a netbook or laptop is arguably easier than a regular Android image on an ARM device. Simply download the image file and burn it to a CD or USB flash drive and slap it in the machine. Of course, care must still be taken since the process of installing will involve some reformatting of the hard drive. One can also try running it first on a virtual machine, like Virtual Box, to get test it out before installing.
The Android 4.4 update is scheduled to make its way to HTC’s 2013 flagships like the One and the One Max. However, the company’s 2012 flagship, the One X, is yet to receive the update. The smartphone is stuck with Android 4.3 for the time being, but it is now being said that the American variant of the smartphone might have some hopes of getting the KitKat update. Sadly, the global variants of the smartphone might never get the update as they feature the NVIDIA Tegra 3 chipset, while the American variant packs a Qualcomm made chipset with support for LTE.
This information was given away during the company’s AMAA session on Reddit yesterday where several customers asked questions regarding the fate of certain HTC smartphones. The company also gave out reassuring news to owners of future HTC flagships with the promise of all Android updates for the next two years.
There is no word on when exactly the American One X will get the update, but it’s certainly on the cards, so we should expect a word from the manufacturer soon.
Via: GSM Arena
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Alright Sprint Galaxy S 4 owners, today is your lucky day. The carrier is rolling out the Android 4.4.2 KitKat to Samsung’s flagship right now. The build is VPUFNAE and Sprint’s version is JDQ39.L720VPUFNAE.
Here’s what Sprint says the update brings:
- Android 4.4 (Kit Kat): The Samsung Galaxy S 4 device will be updated to support the Android 4.4 (Kit Kat) software.
- Prevention Information alert: Customers should no longer receive “Prevention Information – An application has been forced to stop for an unauthorized attempt to access system in your device. It may be safe to delete an application obtained from an unauthorized route. Check now?” alert messages on the device.
- Zact Mobile: Device now includes the Zact Mobile compatibility.
Come comment on this article: Sprint rolling out Android 4.4.2 KitKat to its Galaxy S 4 today
A new leaked document has hinted at the possible arrival of the Android 4.4 update for the Sprint Galaxy S4 today. This new update will bring a lot of changes in terms of core Android functionality, while Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface remains unchanged for the most part. You can find a part of the update changelog below:
- Phone dialer: Improved the phone app with the ability to look up contacts directly from the dial pad, see and tap frequent contacts, and search your corporate directory easily.
- Camera – Focus and exposure: Enhanced the “touch to focus” option with a new circular, on screen control that can be dragged by your finger around the viewfinder to adjust a photo’s focus and exposure.
- Gallery – Photo editing: Added new photo editing options to the Gallery app including new filter effects, draw on your photos, advanced cropping, and adjustments to color, exposure, contrast and more.
- Printing documents and pictures: Added support for printing photos, Google Docs, GMail messages, and other content via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and hosted services like Google Cloud Print and HP ePrinters.
Judging by this leak, the update notification could pop up any time today so make sure you’re on the lookout. Users can also try pulling the update manually via the Settings.
Source: Android Central
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The Sprint Moto X has now been included in the soak test for the Android 4.4.2 update, hinting at its imminent rollout. Not too long ago, the T-Mobile variant of the smartphone received the update, so Sprint customers might not have to wait long to get the update on their devices. If the changelog from the T-Mobile update is anything to go by, the Sprint Moto X should get better battery backup, the ability to print documents through select HP printers, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth etc and bring along some improvements to Microsoft Exchange sync as well.
Clearly this isn’t a major update, so don’t expect visible differences from Android 4.4.2. It’s a great sign that carriers are rolling out the update quite quickly to smartphones like the Moto X and the Moto G. The fact that these devices sport a relatively stock version of Android probably helps. If you own a Moto X from Sprint, make sure you’re on the lookout for an update.
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The Moto X smartphone on T-Mobile is now receiving the Android 4.4.2 update, weeks after the update was rolled out to the unlocked variants. The update brings about a few changes from Android 4.4.1 with improved battery life and the ability to print documents being the new additions. The complete changelog can be found below:
- Printing documents and pictures: Added support for printing photos, Google Docs, GMail messages, and other content via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and hosted services like Google Cloud Print and HP ePrinters.
- Improved battery life: Fixed bugs which caused a small number of users to experience shorter battery life after upgrading to Android 4.4.
- Fixed email sync delays: Fixed a bug that could cause email services like Microsoft Exchange to experience intermittent delays in data synchronization.
The update is about 147MB in size, so make sure you’re on an unlimited network before downloading the update. The software version will change to 161.44.25 after the update. If the update notification hasn’t popped on your device yet, make sure you head over to the settings to manually look for an update.
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A new player is reportedly going to enter the Android console business as was revealed from a leaked AnTuTu benchmark result. Details of the Asus GameBox show that it could rival the NVIDIA Shield and in fact both devices have similar hardware specs. One thing worth mentioning is that the GameBox comes with its own display so it’s more of a handheld gaming device rather than console like the OUYA.
Based on the initial results the Asus GameBox will run on Android 4.3 and will be using an NVIDIA Tegra 4 ARM Cortex-A15 processor, 2GB of RAM, an internal storage of 8GB, and a display with a resolution of 1280×720 pixels. There is no mention of the size of the display or whether this device will have a camera. Since this is obviously an early prototype then Asus may be improving on the design.
If you are familiar with the Shield then you will see that both devices seem to have the same specs. The Shield has the following specs
- Android Jelly Bean OS
- NVIDIA Tegra 4 Quad Core Mobile Processor
- 2GB RAM
- 16GB Flash Memory
Right now the NVIDIA Shield is only available in the US and Canada for $250. If the Asus GameBox were to push through then it will become more widely available and will most probably cost less.
Overall we might not see a huge performance difference between both devices and if the GameBox were to cost cheaper then it’s going to become the more attractive option.
There’s been quite a lot of activity in the Android gaming scene lately as several manufacturers are releasing devices that are dedicated for gaming alone. This is because the Android gaming scene has matured a lot and with developers releasing quality titles a lot of people are now exploring games on their devices. Manufacturers are giving consumers with a different option, so instead of playing games on a smartphone or tablet the Android gaming console is created which can enhance the overall experience.
Since nothing is official yet and we’re not even sure if the GameBox will be made by Asus then let’s all treat this with a grain of salt.
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Earlier today, HTC Product Manager Mo Versi tweeted that the Android 4.4 KitKat/Sense 5.5 update for the HTC One was approved by Verizon. He also said the update would be rolling out shortly. While many would assume this means days, the update has gone live. Verizon posted the changelog and the update is being rolled out to HTC One owners today.
Let us know if you received the update!
Come comment on this article: Verizon HTC One receiving Android 4.4 KitKit update starting today
Verizon HTC One users…your Android 4.4 is almost here. The Android 4.4 and Sense 5.5 update has just been approved by Verizon, and the update roll out should be anytime now. It is pretty surprising that Verizon has beaten AT&T and T-Mobile to the punch, given their track record with device updates. Sprint already released a manual update for Android 4.4, so if the OTA update for Verizon has a manual method to get it on your HTC One, then we will post it up. Other than that, keep a lookout for the update.
About 3 weeks after the European Moto G started receiving the Android 4.4.2 update it’s the Verizon model’s turn. It seems that a number of people who currently own the Verizon Moto G have been getting the update.
The Moto G will now be able to use many of the recent Motorola apps that are available on the Play Store for easy access.
Source: Android Central
Come comment on this article: Verizon Moto G receiving Android 4.4.2 KitKat starting today
Anyone that owns a T-Mobile Moto X, and participates in their soak tests, the Android 4.4.2 soak test update has started rolling out today. Of course this isn’t a major update from Android 4.4, which I am sure you already gathered. Improvements to the camera are the major features in this update, and of course the normal general enhancements. This will be build number 161.44.25, and should already be on your Moto X given you participate in these soak tests. If everything is runs smoothly with this Android 4.4.2 update, then the actual update will roll out shortly after. Let us know if you got it.
Android has increased its lead. According to new data, roughly 79% of all smartphones shipped globally were Android based handsets. Global smartphone distribution also increased greatly, with 990 million devices being sent out in 2013. If you’re keeping track, that’s 782.1 million Android handsets shipped in 2013.
The overall growth was 41% year-over-year, with Q4 being the benchmark for succeess. In Q4 2012, 217 million smartphones were shipped, while Q4 2013 brought us 290.2 million smartphones. The overall number of 990 million for 2013 was an increase over the 700.1 million units shipped in 2012. Impressive numbers, but growth has slowed.
Android’s growth in 2013 was 62%. While impressive, it’s the slowest rate in Android’s history. That trend could reverse in 2014, though, as emerging markets and mid-range devices become the new standard. With new markets opening up, worldwide growth is prime for explosion. In the US, we’ve likely seen the tipping point.
Android’s growth can also be attributed to forked versions, of which there is a 137% surge. Much like Amazon did with their Kindle lineup, China and other markets are taking Android and using it more as a support system than a standalone OS. It’s still Android, but perhaps not the Android we’re familiar with.
As for the competition, Apple’s iOS has a 15% market share, while Windows Phone is a distant third at 4%. Both platforms shipped a record number of devices, but are slow to gain traction on the world stage. Apple has made important inroads into China, but are less successful in other markets like India.
VIA: Strategy Analytics
- Android has 81% market share, but Windows Phone is the fastest growing platform
- Samsung dominates Android scene with 63 percent of market share
- Smartphones could have 82% market share by 2017 with Android remaining dominant
- Android has a 52% market share while Apple remains the top OEM
- Chromebooks grow market share to 21%, Android tablets also improve position
The original HTC Butterfly is now getting the Android 4.3 update with the Sense 5.5 user interface. The smartphone was running Android 4.2.2 with Sense 5 prior to this, so the update is quite significant in terms of functionality. News of an update comes as the Butterfly S received the update a month ago, while the HTC One is already receiving Android 4.4 in some regions.
The revelation came from renowned developer @LlabTooFeR on Twitter, who attached a screenshot for proof. The ROM version goes by 3.15.707.4, so make a note of that if you’re awaiting the update. The changelog includes all the Android 4.3 specific changes along with the revamped HTC Sense 5.5 user interface which comes with an upgraded Blinkfeed along with some other changes. The update is about 500MB in size, so make sure you’re on a Wi-Fi or an unlimited data network before downloading this massive update. You can either wait for the OTA to pop up or head over to the settings and try to pull the update manually.
Source: @LlabTooFeR – Twitter
Via: Android Police
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As promised, HTC is rolling out the Android 4.4.2 update to the One smartphone. The version is 4.19.401.8 and it comes in at 308.24 megabytes. Among the usual bug fixes, users will get security enhancements, Cloud Print Service, and new Bluetooth profiles. We should also note that Flash Player has been removed from the HTC stock Browser.
U.S. users should hopefully see this update next month if the carrier approval process goes smoothly.
Come comment on this article: HTC One now receiving Android 4.4.2 KitKat in Europe
The AT&T HTC One X+ got the Android 4.2 update a couple of weeks ago and its slightly under powered sibling is following suit. According to an HTC official, the AT&T One X will receive the update starting from tomorrow. This information was conveyed via Twitter by the senior HTC official, so it’s pretty legitimate. The Android 4.2.2 update will also bring the new Sense 5.5 user interface to the smartphone much like what we see on the HTC One and other HTC devices running Android 4.2 or 4.3. Although the HTC One X or the One X+ will not receive any major updates after this, Android 4.2.2 is pretty significant for the 2012 HTC flagship, so the users will be very delighted.
As with any update, AT&T will notify you when it is made available, but you can alternatively hit the settings and check for an update manually as well. Although the official changelog hasn’t been given out yet, we’re guessing it will pack all the standard Sense 5.5 features we saw on other HTC flagships including a Quick Settings option, dialer with auto completion of names, Blinkfeed, Video Highlights etc.
Source: @moversi – Twitter
Via: Cult of Android
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Google has been testing data compression in mobile versions of Chrome for what seems like ages, but today it’s finally ready to bring that efficiency to the masses. Both the Android and iOS versions of the browser now let all users squeeze website content to reduce their data use — and, in some cases, their phone bills. There’s also a pair of platform-specific upgrades in the pipeline. Android fans will get to create web shortcuts on their home screens, while iOS users will see the automatic translation bar that has been available on Android since last year. Whichever version of Chrome you’re running, you’ll want to grab its latest update through one of the source links.
Most manufacturers have finished rolling out the Android 4.3 update to their flagship devices a few months ago. However, carrier variants of smartphones take longer than usual to rollout an update. Proving that is the AT&T branded Samsung Galaxy S4 Active, which is now getting the Android 4.3 update. This water proof droid from Samsung was launched in the U.S. exclusively through AT&T, which meant that the carrier could take its sweet time to rollout the update even though Samsung has finished seeding the update to carriers quite a few months ago. Speaking more about the update, well it is only slightly different from Android 4.2 and will most notably include performance related upgrades and bug fixes. You will not notice any massive visual differences, but the much awaited support for the Galaxy Gear smartwatch is bundled with the update. Here’s the complete changelog:
- Samsung Galaxy Gear compatibility
- Drag and drop to uninstall or disable applications
- AT&T Signature Experience preloads such as Kindle, Lookout, City ID, Password Keeper, Games and AT&T Mobile Protection.
If you’re a owner of the Galaxy S4 Active on AT&T, make sure you check for an update by navigating to the Settings. Or you can simply wait for an update notification to pop up on its own.
Via: Cult of Android
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Yesterday we saw a leak of Nokia’s fabled Android phone, the Normandy, showing off the device in a protective cover. Today we see the device naked and in full view. While a previous rumor showed off a blurred out, possibly forked, version of Android, today’s photo shows off the menu in all its glory. From what we can see, it’s a definite far cry from the Android we’ve come to know and love. As Nokia is now apart of Microsoft that shouldn’t surprise anyone. The phone has the one “back” capacitive button and will most likely be based on KitKat.
Given the amount of steam the Normandy seems to be picking up, we should hear an announcement of some kind some time soon. With all the leaks coming out, it appears that the phone is in its semi-final form. I ask this of you, the reader, though. Is this the Android Nokia phone you’ve been waiting for, or is this a let down to what you were expecting? Let us know in the comments below.
Come comment on this article: Nokia’s Normandy Shows Up Without Protective Shell
Leaked screenshots reveal imminent arrival of the Android 4.3 update for the Sony Xperia T and Xperia SP
Sony has been relatively slow in updating its smartphones, especially the ones from 2012 and early 2013. Two such smartphones, the Xperia T (2012) and the Xperia SP (2013) have had to wait quite a while now for a word on the Android 4.3 update. But it seems like the wait is almost over as a few leaked screenshots have revealed the imminent arrival of the update. Sony recently finished the rollout of Android 4.3 for its flagship devices.
Surprisingly, these two smartphones are making the jump from Android 4.1, thus saving Sony the trouble of updating to Android 4.2 and then to 4.3. The changes can be observed in the screenshots above and users can expect a more refined UI with some new features added to the mix as well. Sony should make the update official in a few days from now depending on specific regions, so make sure you’re on the lookout for an update notification. Head over to the Flickr link below to find a whole bunch of Android 4.3 screenshots taken from the Xperia T.
Source: DooMLoRD – Flickr
Via: Cult of Android
Happy New Year! While the Android Community team will be enjoying some down time today, we did want to mention a few things. Aside from wishing everyone a happy and healthy 2014, we have to say thank you for 2013. After all, without you we would not be able to do what we do. We have a few posts planned for today that take a look back at the year, but quite honestly, we are pretty excited about the year ahead.
Similar to 2013, this new year will bring plenty of new smartphones and tablets as well as apps. We also expect to see more in terms or wearables and connected devices in general. It seems safe to say we will see a new version of Android later in the year, not to mention some new Nexus branded devices. We hope the rumors will stay away for a bit, but we do have Google I/O approaching and as always, that tends to bring plenty of excitement for the Android geeks.
In addition to Google and Nexus news, we cannot overlook the other major players. We are expecting to see more from Samsung, LG, Asus, Archos, Motorola, and the countless others that have Android devices. We are also hoping to see some new players as we move into 2014.
More important right now — CES. To that point, CES 2014 is almost upon up. The Android Community team will be onsite in Las Vegas to bring the latest news and hands-on coverage. We will be flying out this weekend and coverage will be kicking off soon after we land.
Take some time today to recover from any celebrating you may have done last night and make sure to keep an eye on the feed because there are a few posts slotted in for later today. Otherwise, if anyone has any predictions they would like to share — make sure you hit up the comments below. And don’t forget to bookmark our CES 2014 portal because the coverage will be starting sooner rather than later.