Catching up with HTC, NVIDIA has also confirmed its plans on upgrading its Tegra Note 7 tablet to the new Android L Operating System later this year, Fudzilla reports. Tegra Note 7 happens to be a mid-tier 7-inch tablet that currently runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat which was delivered by Nvidia a few months back. [Read more…]
As soon as Google went live with the Android L Developer Preview images for Nexus 7 Wifi and Nexus 5 (GSM/LTE) in its Android developers page, devs all over the world naturally turned their attention towards leaking every single bit of Android L image on the web. And they’ve done it pretty quickly, I must say. [Read more…]
Here’s the new boot animation of Android L extracted from its official Developer Preview factory image that has been made available by Google for Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 Wifi devices. This animation has been tested on Xperia Z1, Xperia Z2 and Xperia SP phones and it works perfect. You can download this animation package for your phone using the link below.
At the I/O Developers Conference yesterday, apart from unveiling the new Android L (lollipop), Google also announced a slight change to its usual Android deployment process – in a sense that rather than making new Android builds available for Nexus users right away, it’ll now push a Developer Preview build for devs and OEMs first and then the final build will be delivered to end-users in the fall; that was their new plan. However, users were still uncertain whether their current devices will receive the Android L update or not. That was until now.