Archive for the ‘android kitkat 4.4’ tag
We can now say with this update that the Nexus 5 is almost fixed out of it’s flaws though battery life is almost still the same.
By speeding up the framerate and increasing how quickly the camera can read its surroundings and fire a picture we have been able to make the camera experience better says Google’s Director of Engineer Burke. This is really a good sign as for the first time we have seen Google listen and address the camera issues in almost 5 weeks.
The new and enhanced so-called Type-C connector would be of almost the same size as a microUSB used on current phones only with a number of enhancements. Major ones include faster charging and a lightning-like ability to choose what way you use.
These connectors would start rolling out next year by Q2 and would be incorporated by phones later after.
The HD2 continuous to get enormous amount of community support which means that it can now run Android Kitkat 4.4. Folks at XDA Developers once again shows the world that the device is still evergreen. Being a very gently ageing phone means that it doesn’t come with all the bells and whistles.
Thing that dont work include the SDcard , WiFi, Data connection and the Camera.