Rocking the Moto X? Then you’re going to be pretty happy to find out that Android 4.4.3 is now available through an over-the-air (OTA) update. A few days ago we pointed out that Motorola would begin pushing out Android 4.4.3 to their various handsets throughout the week.
NVIDIA Shield owners are being greeted by a quite sizable update in terms of download size, but not necessarily in the number of actual changes. Tonight’s 460MB update is bringing a fix for a bug that prevented moving apps to the SDcard through the device settings, and a fix for using the bumpers as volume buttons (I highly recommend using this setting).
HTC has issued an update to the developer and unlocked editions of the HTC One M8. The update, software version 1.54.1540.9, comes in at 117.98 MB and contains the Extreme Power Saving mode and camera and gallery feature enhancements.
Back in March, a 205MB update for the original HTC One M7 went out to a few users in mainliand Europe. It added support for more routers, which suggests there was a bug or two to fix, but it also replaced an existing Android 4.4.2 update that was pulled.
Today, some users worldwide are seeing the same update. It bumps your version from 4.19.401.9 to 4.19.401.11 and addresses whatever issues there may have been with the [Read More...]
There’s a new update available for AT&T LG G2, and it fixes something that went wrong with the last update. If you’ll recall, back in February the AT&T LG G2 got its first taste of Android 4.4.2. Unfortunately, it seems that that update to KitKat also introduced a few bugs that made things less convenient for Google+ and Google Wallet users.
Specifically, it made the Tap & Pay option for Google Wallet disappear. Now, with a [Read More...]
No word on update for original Galaxy S4 on the carrier
The tri-band Galaxy S4 (that’s the one with Sprint Spark capabilities) is the latest Sprint device to get the recently-introduced Wifi Calling feature. This means after the update you’ll be able to make completely free calls when connected to Wifi without the potential of using up your minutes if you don’t have an unlimited talk plan.
Best of all the service itself is free, with [Read More...]
Sometimes Google creates a great application, puts it in the Play Store, and forgets about it. Unfortunately, Google Keep has been the victim of that for quite a long time. Well, good news! Keep is receiving a pretty big update beginning today.
The update for Keep will be to version 2.2, and will bring a bunch of new features. The most noticeable change is [Read More...]
Remember how Sprint was the last one to update their Moto X to Android 4.4? But with Android 4.4.2, they decided not to be the last one again. Sprint is now rolling out the update, and if you are using Sprint Moto X, you might receive it anytime now. It will update your phone to Android 4.4.2 and will bring features like:
Printing documents and pictures: Added support for printing photos, Google Docs, GMail messages, and other content via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth [Read More...]
The interesting saga of Samsung Galaxy Nexus OTA’s has now spread to Canada. Users of Bell Mobility in the Great White North are now reporting Android 4.0.2 is now setting off update notifications on their devices. This version is still a bit behind as some have since moved on to Android 4.0.3 but if nothing else it’s interesting how the updates have been rolling out. If you’re on Bell and have a [Read More...]
We’ve received a flurry of tips this morning from folks who own the WiFi version of the Motorola Xoom tablet. Apparently, Google and Motorola are sending a free ice cream sandwich an OTA update to owners of the Motorola Xoom tablet in the U.S., bringing the highly-anticipated Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
The update appears to only be rolling out to the WiFi models of the Xoom, and LTE Xoom owners will [Read More...]