• News
  • Android L to come with Automatic Encryption to prevent Government from sneaking into your device

    After the leak of intimate photos of the Hollywood celebrities due to the security lapse in the Apple’s iCloud, every software company and device manufacturers are rushing over to secure their devices. Quoted as the biggest scandal in the Hollywood history involving the leak of hundreds of intimate pictures of several celebrities, degraded the reputation […]

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  • Android 4.5 will be the next version of Android, not 5.0

    The latest release of Chrome beta build 37 brings an interesting news with its design refreshments. On an Android L running phone, the latest Chrome Beta release 37 shows the Android version under its settings page as “Android 4.4.99; Build/LPV79”. While previously it was shown as Android 4.3.0 and the stable Chrome for Android build still shows Android 4.3.0 […]

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  • Moto G and Moto X will get Android L Update

    Android L Developer Preview was released on 25th June 2014 at Google I/O 2014 and all Android users want their devices to get updated to new release when its available. Motorola has confirmed that Moto X and Moto G will be updated to Android L once final version is released by Google. Motorola customer support […]

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  • Google Nexus 6 Rumors: All we know

    After a spine chilling rumor which saddened the vanilla Android users has been proven wrong by Google confirming that Nexus 6 is in the works and going by the tradition it is expected to launch in winter just in time before Christmas with the final version of Android L. LG has denied working on another […]

  • Updates
  • Nexus 4 Android L Update Status

    Google released the developer preview for Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013). And it seems like Google left out the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 (2012). Also it is likely to happen that the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 may not see the Official Android L update, as Google promise of support is for 18 […]

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  • PIE Security check is breaking apps on Android L, here’s a fix

    It’s pretty much known now that Android L developer preview builds have app compatibility issues. This is in relation to the changes in SELinux which affects even ordinary apps that doesn’t require root access. Thanks to XDA member, cernekee, for pointing out a particularly new PIE security check implementation which is responsible for the incompatibility issues some apps are having […]