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Download Android 4.4.2 Update For Your Nexus Now!

AndroidPIT Android 442 Update


Google is already rolling out the latest version of Android to Nexus devices 4.4.2! This build doesn’t include any major changes over 4.4.1, but does include a few minor bug fixes. 4.4.2 includes a fix for clearing the voice mail indicator, a fix for the delivery of the voice mail indicator, and other various software and security fixes. The Nexus 5 update also includes some camera fixes. The new build number is KOT49H.

This build should be rolling out to devices soon, but if you just can’t wait you can always download the file and flash it manually. Head to the link below for the downloads.

Via AndroidPit

LG Nexus 10 Renders Leak, Could Release As Early As November 22

LG Nexus 10


The above image could be the next iteration of the Nexus 10! There have previously been rumors of both Asus and Samsung bringing the next nexus 10, however their have been some press renders that have leaked out from LG which suggest they may be the next OEM to produce the Nexus 10. The images were leaked on Reddit by a supposed disgruntled Telifonica employee. The image shows a 10″ tablet running Android Kit Kat 4.4. There was also a price of 299 and a release date of November 22. There is no confirmation from Google or anyone else as far as a new Nexus 10 is concerned. If they could get one out by November 22 this could make for a great Christmas gift.

Via Droid-life

Android Camera Improvements May Be Coming!


Some new camera improvements are included in the source code of Android. Improvements include burst mode, improved face detections, and the ability to work with RAW photos. Since the updates would be included in the Android API any manufacturer could include them in their own builds of Android. It appears that these new features may have been meant for Kit Kat, but were removed prior to Kit Kat release because they were not ready. It seems as if Google is finally ready to address the only issue that Android has consistently had in the camera.

Via ArsTechnica

New Samsung Patent Shows Off Bended Phone

Samsung’s latest patent application shows off a bended display. The wrap around display is evidently in Samsung’s plans for the next “big thing” device. While Samsung has been on the forefront of innovation in new phones and other devices. In the patent photos we find a few uses for the bended display. You would slide up the side of the display to unlock. The side of the display could be used as a spot for your bookmarks when surfing the web. Attachments in emails could be displayed on the side of the display. You could have a charging meter there. This actually looks pretty neat. Id love to see this come to fruition, but will the masses see things the way i do, Or would they brush it off as pure novelty?

Via TheVerge

HTC M8 To Be The HTC One Successor According To Evleaks

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Evleaks has released some information regarding the successor to the HTC One. According to them the next device in the htc lineup will be the HTC M8. It should arrive by the end of the first quarter of 2014 on all four major carriers. Last week some images of this device leaked, and it appears to have a small fingerprint scanner. This device is expected to arrive with a snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of ram, an updated camera, Sense 6, and a great screen.


Via Evleaks

How To Watch The FootBall Game IN The Stadium ON Your Phone!


Most of you know by now that I am a huge FSU Seminoles fan. I love to attend the games, but Tallahassee is a good 4 hours from home so I normally just enjoy the games from the comfort of my couch on my HD Tv! FSU is having an awesome year. They are undefeated, and as of this week they are number 2 in the nation. With an Oregon or Alabama loss they will land in the BCS Championship bowl if they remain undefeated.

Last week the Noles played the number 7 team in the nation, Miami. This was the featured game of the week on College Gameday, and all week there had been tons of hype leading up to this 7pm game. Needless to say I had phsyced myself up and was totally planning to stay home and watch this game.

I was presented with a huge delimma Saturday afternoon. Two of our favorite friends invited us to a local college game. They had free tickets and all. When i received the text, “What are you guys doing tonight? We have Jags tickets, wanna go?!” My first reaction was…. will I be back home in time to watch the Noles game. I slowly erased that ill advised text and immediately began searching for options to watch my game on my phone.

The best solution that I came up with was Justin.tv. This does require flash. Flash is easy enough to install. Simply grab the flash apk, and install it like you would any other sideload app. Once installed you will have to grab a browser that supports it. My favorite browser is FireFox. Then navigate to justin.tv on your phone. If your game is being broadcast on TV then chances are it will be rebroadcast there. This worked perfectly for me. I was able to attend a live NCAA football game, and still catch my FSU game!

Official Specs List For The Nexus 5 With Pre Registration Page On WIND

Nexus 5 WIND


Canadian carrier WIND has posted a pre registration page for the Nexus 5. The site gives you the option to sign up to be notified when the device is available for purchase, and also list the device’s  full specs. There is nothing too surprising in the spec list. This is pretty much what we have seen rumored for the Nexus 5. The device is still not official and has not even been announced by Google or LG. These specs may not be the correct specs when it is all said and done.


  • Screen: 4.95-inch 1920×1080 display (445 ppi) Corning Gorilla Glass 3
  • Cameras: 1.3MP front facing 8MP rear facing OIS
  • Weight: 130 grams
  • Dimensions: 69.17 x 137.84 x 8.59 mm
  • Operating System: OS Android 4.4, KitKat
  • Chip Set: 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor
  • Wi-Fi (2.4G/5G) 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac NFC (Android Beam) / Bluetooth 4.0
  • Storage / Memory / Ram: 16GB or 32GB internal storage 2GB RAM
  • Ports & Connectors: microUSB, SlimPort enabled, 3.5mm stereo audio jack, Dual microphones, Ceramic power and volume buttons

Via WIND Mobile

Kindle Fire HDX 7 Is Available Today For $229!

Kindle Fire HDX

If  you are an Amazon junky then chances are a Kindle Fire tablet is a good purchase for you. The latest Kindle Fire tablet comes with a stunning 7″ full HD display that pushes 323ppi. It is powered by a quad core 2.2 ghz snapdragon 800 processor, and it’s battery will last up to 11 hours. The new Mojito UI includes free 24 seven support with a mayday button. This high end tablet is a bargain at $229! The only downside to the Fire tablets is that you get no google access. The Play Store, Gmail, and all other gapps aren’t available for this device. Head to the link below to grab one.


Via Amazon