Cyanogen team has begun working on CM11. Or more specifically, CM11, which is based on Android 4.4 Kit Kat. Getting this out in the beginning, the team hasn't offered anything in terms of dates just yet, but they have offered some basics in terms of details.
Android 4.4 Kit Kat, Google offered some details in terms of which Nexus devices were going to get an update. That list included the usual suspects such as the Nexus 7 and 10 tablets as well as the Nexus 4 smartphone, however there was one device left missing -- the Galaxy Nexus. Basically, the Galaxy Nexus has reached the end-of-line in terms of updates.
Kit Kat was on many minds this week as it finally arrived. Well, on one device at least. But while many have Kit Kat on their minds, the folks at Cyanogen haven't forgotten about other builds. And in fact, they have released the latest M-series build. This time around we are seeing the release of CM10.2 M1.
CyanogenMod you likely understand the need for the GAPPS package. At the same time, you likely understand the frustration of those packages. They can be frustrating for a variety of reasons and it looks like the folks at Paranoid Android have taken this matter into their hands. Coming by way of the Paranoid Android Google+ page, we have the "Official 0-Day GAPPS."
Note 3 rooting stories are coming to light, and they tend to have one thing in common: your data can get lost during the process. Users are reporting losing all data, wiping their phone and rendering it like-new, which can be annoying if you've gone through the trouble to change settings up. If you're willing to subject yourself to a clean device, the video below is a great way to accomplish root on your Note 3.
HTC One Android 4.3 rollout began earlier in the week with reports of the update already arriving for those in Taiwan. The same day the update began, Jason Mackenzie had taken to Twitter with news about how that same 4.3 update would be heading to the Developer Edition model of the One. Well, that update arrived yesterday and in fact, HTC has gone a step further and also released the files on the Developer Center website.
Nexus devices, Google has recently released the factory images and binaries for the Nexus 7 LTE tablet. These files are all available by way of the Google Developers pages and are listed as being for the "razorg" Nexus 7 2013 Mobile. The files are listed as being Android 4.3 and with build number JLS36C.
CyanogenMod have recently been making their way through release candidate versions of CM10.1.3. We saw details of CM10.1.3 RC1 towards the end of August and more recently -- there is CM10.1.3 RC2.
HTC One has been progressing through the beta phase for a little while now. And as we had seen in the past, a separate version was in the works for the Samsung Galaxy S 4. This ROM had launched as an Indiegogo project and in a bit of good news for those who backed the campaign -- beta 1 will be arriving today.
beta form back in early-June. Since then we have seen some updates and changes, however it appears as if things have just been updated to v2.0. This is being shown as the first public preview of HALO 2.0 and it is arriving with v3.97 of the Paranoid Android ROM. And in addition to the HALO update, PA3.97 also brought some other changes.