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Google: We’re fine with keeping you waiting for slow Android updates

Android smartphones are not typically updated very frequently, leaving many owners to either try and update their own device, or wait for months or even years to get the latest operating system. The technical lead developer on the Android Open Source Project believes the slow update rate many Android users have had to endure is “very reasonable.” Sometimes, Jean-Baptiste Queru revealed his opinion on his Google+ page in a congratulatory post towards Sony, who recently updated its Tablet S to Android 4.
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HTC confirms One XL, One X and One S will receive Android Jelly Bean update

Technology : The Next Web Blog (2 years ago)

Following the launch of Google’s latest Android Jelly Bean firmware, major smartphone vendors have indicated that they intend to update devices to the new operating system. Today, HTC has detailed the first... Read Post

Galaxy Nexus And Nexus 7 Owners: You Can Manually Update To Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Now

Technology : TechCrunch (2 years ago)

Google will be delivering Android 4.2 updates to owners of its Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy 7 devices over-the-air, and likely very soon, but if you're just not able to wait, there's a way to update manually right now using firmware down... Read Post

Mobile recap: Nokia N1 tablet; Nexus 6 updated; Apple Watch apps

Technology : GigaOM (9 hours ago)

Nokia surprised with a new Intel Atom powered tablet running Android 5.0 this week while Google updated its Lollipop flagship software and Apple debuted the first beta SDK for WatchKit and… Read Post


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