HTC has announced a rough schedule for its EVO 4G LTE smartphone update. The device, which will be getting upgraded to Android 4.3 by the end of the year, would have gone through three major Android versions, quite a rare feat for a year-old smartphone.
Tagged: Android 4.3 Jelly Bean
HTC has been pretty vocal in terms of getting Android 4.3 details out to all HTC One users. We've heard the update was coming soon and in the case of AT&T, it looks like that is an accurate statement. HTC president Jason Mackenzie has recently shared some details on his Twitter account and it looks like next week will bring some good news for AT&T HTC One users.
Nexus devices to regularly receive updates and fixes. After all, it's one of the reasons why people by them, aside from the amazing hardware, of course. Still, it is surprising to hear that Google has quite silently rolled out an update for the Nexus 7 that slightly increments the Android version to 4.3.1.
HTC One, should be going to bed with smiles on their faces as the company revealed the timetable for the much-awaited Android 4.3 update. Subscribers from all major US carriers will be getting the update this month, with most of the rollout happening near the end of October.
Android 4.4 KitKat reveal next month, we're still keeping an eye on Android 4.3, which seems to be slowly but surely rolling out to devices. Now we're receiving confirmation that next in line to get the updates will not only be Samsung's current Galaxy S 4 flagship but even last year's Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II models as well.
HTC One users will begin getting the Android 4.3 update next week. The details have been shared by Jason Mackenzie, President of HTC USA who has recently taken to Twitter with some basic details on terms of the update for those in the US and Canada. And it looks like those in Canada will be getting the update a bit sooner.
CyanogenMod has just announced that they have kickstarted the build engines for the general release of version 10.1.3 of the popular Android custom ROM. The CyanogenMod 10.1.3 release marks the end of an era as the team moves away from the 10.1 branch towards CyanogenMod 10.2, which is based on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, and eventually to Android 4.4 KitKat as well.
Moto X users and it looks like that has been confirmed by way of a recent leak. XDA forum member jimmydafish has posted fastboot files that were pulled from an Android 4.3 test build for the Moto X. These files are available for download, however we would advise against installing them just yet.