software update

Sony pushes Kitkat update to Xperia E1, E1 Dual

Sony has been slowly bringing its devices up to Android 4.4 Kitkat standard – at least those that can hack Android’s latest and greatest version. Next up, according to the official Sony Mobile blog is the Xperia E1 and Xperia E1 Dual, both members of Sony’s lower to mid-tier class of phones.

HTC One (M8) with Verizon getting minor software update

An update to the HTC One (M8) with Verizon is trickling out, providing a few fixes and improvements to an already great handset. Though an overall minor update, it does fix a few issues some have been having, like Bluetooth connectivity and problems with the Gallery.  

HTC vows no further support for the One X+

HTC is noting they will not be supporting the One X+ any longer. Via Twitter, the Taiwanese OEM tells one customer that the One X+ will not receive any further updates, though their wording was a bit misleading. According to HTC, though just over a year old, the One X+ is being relegated to the scrap heap of updates.

Verizon Moto X camera update fully detailed

It appears as if Verizon Wireless is just about ready to begin rolling out the Moto X software update. This is the one often referred to as the camera update, though there are quite a few other items listed in the changelog -- including a Google Drive promotion. Anyway, at this time Verizon has yet to publicly post the changelog, but we can say the update will be arriving as software version 139.15.1.

Chromecast updated to build 13300

Looks like things are picking up again for Google's streaming device as developers released an update for the Google Chromecast. The update, which bumps the Chromecast software to build 13300, doesn't contain anything new other than a bunch of fixes and improvements.
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