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Samsung releases KitKat source code for Tmo Galaxy Note 3

If you thought today’s KitKat announcements were going to stop at the LG G2, you thought wrong. Thanks to one of our sharp-eyed readers, we know that Samsung has just released the 4.4.2 source code for the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3. It doesn’t mean the actual software update is available, but it’s a good indication that it’s coming very soon. If you hit opensource.samsung.com and search for N900T (Tmo GS Note 3 model … [read full article]

LG G2 KitKat update rolling out through company’s PC utility

Android 4.4.2 updates for T-Mobile devices have been rolling out at a frenzied pace over the past couple of weeks, and it’s not about to slow down now. Today, LG released its KitKat update for the Magenta LG G2. But it’s not yet available as an OTA update. It’s only available through the LG PC Utility desktop software, or by grabbing a direct download. Our reader who got in touch (@TheNewsHQ) … [read full article]

Tmo HTC One update to Android 4.4.2 KitKat finally here

Apologies for grabbing this so late, but for those of you who haven’t already downloaded and installed it, 4.4.2 is finally here for the Magenta-flavored HTC One. It landed late last night, very inconveniently while I was in the middle of travelling to Barcelona for this year’s MWC conference. As for the update, it marks the start of HTC’s campaign to ensure that all future devices will support the latest software updates, and will receive them for … [read full article]

Android 4.4.2 (KitKat) coming to Galaxy S4, S3, Note 3 and other Samsung devices

Today, Samsung announced that it would be pushing out KitKat to a slew of its Android-powered smartphones. Although we’re not precisely sure on specific dates for T-Mobile devices, the 4.4.2 update will be rolling out from today. Among the list of devices being supported are the Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy S 4 and S 3 as well as others. Full press release below: DALLAS, February 18, 2014 – Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile) … [read full article]

Android 4.4.2 now available for T-Mobile Moto X users

After a short while in “soak test” mode, Android 4.4.2 KitKat is now available for Moto X owners on T-Mobile. If you are using the device on Magenta, and if you haven’t already, you can now download the update. Within the new software are the following features and bug fixes: Added support for printing photos, Google Docs, GMail messages and other content using a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection or using cloud-printing services like … [read full article]

T-Mobile Moto X gets 4.4 KitKat today!

And, just like that, Android 4.4 for T-Mobile’s Moto X is here. Motorola announced on its blog two days ago that the Verizon version would be updated to KitKat, now the Tmo version has it too. Here’s what’s included: T-Mobile Moto X Android 4.4. update changelog Android™ 4.4, KitKat: Android 4.4, KitKat, is the latest release of the Android platform. KitKat includes enhancements such as restyled status and navigation bars, a new full-screen … [read full article]

Nexus 5 Coming To T-Mobile In Time For The Holidays

After countless leaks and more rumors than you can shake a robot at, Google today officially introduced the Nexus 5 with Android 4.4. Just as expected, the LG-made Nexus 5 features a 4.95-inch 1920×1080 IPS display, 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 8-megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization and a 1.3-megapixel front-facing shooter. Also included is 2GB RAM, wireless charging support and a 2300mAh battery that’s powering the whole package. Like the Nexus 4 before … [read full article]

Newly Published FCC Images Show Clearest Look At Purported Nexus 5 Hardware To Date

Newly published documents on the FCC website show us what could be the clearest look at the upcoming “Nexus 5” to date. It’s still speculation that this device is in fact the next-generation Nexus, but for the most part there’s plenty of agreement across the tech world that this is a Nexus smartphone. The listing, first spotted by Phonescoop was submitted as a “class 2 permissive change” of the … [read full article]