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Google Play Movies & TV Shows 3.4.23 (Android TV) Adds Material Design UI, Live Actor Information Cards For Chromecast Users [APK Download]
We've been digging into some of the apps that come with the latest update for the ADT-1 Android TV device. Interestingly enough, some of these apps work just fine when side-loaded onto standard phones or tablets - it looks like they contain all the standard resources and layouts for both versions of Android. You can check out the changes for Google Play Movies & TV below - there are some notable ones for Chromecast users. Google Play Movies & TV Shows 3.4.23 (Android TV) Adds Material...

18-10-2014, 18:52 By Michael Crider
Android TV Developer Kit able to sideload Android 5.0 Lollipop
There are not many out there, but the ADT-1 does exist. It was the Android TV device given to select Google I/O attendees in June. Today, owners of the set-top box can sideload the latest version of Android. It is Android 5.0, version LPX13D. It is rolling out as an over-the-air software update, but the […] Come comment on this article: Android TV Developer Kit able to sideload Android 5.0 Lollipop Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

18-10-2014, 18:44 By Justin Herrick
The Nexus 6 is on the Play Store now, but you can only look and only if you’re in the U.S.
Even if you’ve only been half following Android news, you will know that the biggest news of the year so far has been the announcement of the Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus Player and Android Lollipop. While many of those things are already available for preorder or for preview, the Nexus 6 is still waiting […] The post The Nexus 6 is on the Play Store now, but you can only look and only if you’re in the U.S. appeared first on AndroidSPIN.

18-10-2014, 18:27 By Stephen Yuen
[Lollipop Feature Spotlight] Android Now Defaults To Mobile Data When Wi-Fi Has No Internet Access, Signal Icon Adds A '!' For No Connection
Staying in a hotel with crappy Wi-Fi is frustrating, but not half so frustrating as finding this out by starting up your phone, connecting, realizing there's no Internet access, then manually disabling Wi-Fi to make sure it goes back to 3G or LTE. In Lollipop, Android 5.0 will do that for you: when the system sees no connection to the Internet (or more probably Google servers) via a Wi-Fi connection on a device with a cellular radio, it will automatically default to mobile data to keep an act...

18-10-2014, 17:51 By Michael Crider
Chainfire Issues A Quick Root Fix For The Latest Lollipop Preview Builds On The Nexus 5 And Nexus 7
Technically the Developer Preview builds of Android L that Google issued are meant only for, well, developers. But of course a ton of regular users have downloaded them to try out Lollipop, and those users tend to be the same ones that like to use root apps. The updated Android 5.0 preview builds for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 2013 issued yesterday broke the existing root functions, so SuperSU developer Chainfire issued a quick fix. Chainfire Issues A Quick Root Fix For The Latest Lollipop Previ...

18-10-2014, 17:15 By Michael Crider
India gets the HTC One (M8 Eye), Desire Eye, RE Camera, and a few more devices
The latest round of devices from HTC have all made their way to a new region. The One (M8) Eye, Desire Eye, and RE Camera are all available in India. The price for the One (M8) Eye and RE Camera converts to about $634 and $162, respectively. Pricing for the Desire Eye has yet to […] Come comment on this article: India gets the HTC One (M8 Eye), Desire Eye, RE Camera, and a few more devices Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

18-10-2014, 17:09 By Justin Herrick
Google updates Material Design guidelines with new resources
With the Android 5.0 SDK being available, Google had to put finishing touches on its design. The Material Design guidelines have been updated with new resources. This what what helps developers ensure their applications follow what Google expects Android to look like today. The most notable inclusion for this update is the sticker sheet. They […] Come comment on this article: Google updates Material Design guidelines with new resources Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides...

18-10-2014, 15:33 By Justin Herrick
Download all the Android Lollipop (5.0) Google App APKs [Launcher, Keyboard, Wallpapers]
With material design upon us in the form of Android Lollipop, version 5.0, we can now enjoy a whole bunch of updated apps that utilise the new design. However, it may be that your carrier or specific device won’t see Android Lollipop for a while, so here is a compiled list of the Launcher, Keyboard,... Read more » The post Download all the Android Lollipop (5.0) Google App APKs [Launcher, Keyboard, Wallpapers] appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Download all the Android...

18-10-2014, 14:28 By Dan Bartram
Google releases video covering speech recognition and how we communicate with technology
Google has been a huge advocate of using speech to communicate with technology. The “Ok Google” command can be found across many platforms with a wealth of information ready to be found. For the technology to be of any use, though, it must understand the user. Google has released a video titled Behind the Mic: […] Come comment on this article: Google releases video covering speech recognition and how we communicate with technology Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android...

18-10-2014, 14:19 By Justin Herrick
Google’s Nexus Player delayed by FCC, out of stock in Google Play
Whilst the Nexus 9 went up for pre-order as expected, you may have noticed that the Nexus Player still isn’t available and is showing as out of stock on the Google Play Store. Many thought the device simply sold out extremely quickly, but as it turns out the device has not been approved yet by... Read more » The post Google’s Nexus Player delayed by FCC, out of stock in Google Play appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: Android 5.0 Lollipop officially announced with ...

18-10-2014, 14:01 By Dan Bartram
ADT-1 Owners Can Sideload The Android 5.0 OTA (LPX13D), Here's What It Changes
If you've spent any time in Google's ecosystem of hardware and software, you're no stranger to impatiently waiting to receive a firmware update. Hey, we've all been there. While we know the ADT-1 is set to receive an OTA to Android 5.0, it seems Google is still holding back a full rollout despite the very small number of units in circulation. If you don't feel like waiting for your number to come up, it's possible to sideload the update manually onto your ADT-1 and take advantage of everythi...

18-10-2014, 13:27 By Cody Toombs
A look at current mobile display technologies
In the smartphone industry, the display is a large part of what makes or breaks a device. I mean, without the display how would we use a smartphone? So often when manufacturers release their device, they throw around terms like “Super AMOLED” and “Retina Display”. What do this terms mean? Does a display type really... Read more » The post A look at current mobile display technologies appeared first on AndroidGuys. Related posts: AT&T taps $50 Pantech Flex f...

18-10-2014, 13:08 By Benton Trerise
T-Mobile now rolling out Android 4.4.4 KitKat update for Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition)
If you own a T-Mobile-branded Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) today could just be your lucky day as the operator has just started rolling out the much-anticipated Android 4.4.4 KitKat update to all its LTE variants of the slate currently located in the United States. When perusing the device’s update history page on Samsung’s website […] Come comment on this article: T-Mobile now rolling out Android 4.4.4 KitKat update for Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) Visit TalkAndroid f...

18-10-2014, 12:56 By Josh Levenson
Nexus Player pre-order facility withdrawn from the Play Store
Earlier today, Google published a pre-order page for its new Nexus Player on the Play Store to invite eager Android enthusiasts to reserve themselves a set-top box prior to its official release. Unfortunately, though, within a couple of hours of going live, an “out of inventory” message appeared on the website. This brief note left […] Come comment on this article: Nexus Player pre-order facility withdrawn from the Play Store Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guid...

18-10-2014, 12:40 By Josh Levenson
Google's My Tracks App Updated To Version 2.0.8, Includes Android Wear Support And Changes To Sharing
Google's walk/run tracker app, My Tracks, doesn't get updated terribly often, but when it does, there is usually something worth reporting. This most recent update is no exception, as it now offers Android Wear support and some changes to the way sharing works.      Unfortunately, Android Wear support does not mean that you can use the app on the watch alone, independent of the phone. Since Android Wear devices don't yet support GPS, it's basically impossible to have a fu...

18-10-2014, 12:17 By Shawn De Cesari
T-Mobile's Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition Receiving Update To Android 4.4.4
If you're an owner of an LTE Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition on T-Mobile (SM-P607T), today could be your lucky day. If you head on over to your tablet's settings and check for an update, you may just have a surprise waiting for you. According to Samsung, a new Android 4.4.4 update is available. This update is significant, not just for its Android version bump, but also because it means that an LTE variant of this tablet is getting said bump before its WiFi-only counterpart. T-Mobile's Galaxy N...

18-10-2014, 11:01 By Shawn De Cesari
Oppo creates ColorOS 2.0 for Oppo Find 7 and 7a
Oppo is updating its Android-based user interface, ColorOS, to version 2.0 with a whole host of visual changes and performance enhancements. Oppo has been known for offering their phones with the choice of running either stock Android or its own ColorOS, which is an extensive UI based off of Android. Version 1.0 wasn’t the most beautiful ...

18-10-2014, 10:44 By Nick Sarafolean
Shuffle in positions may signal more Android/Chrome consolidation
Sources within Google indicate some top level executives have shifted around and the changes may be another sign that the company is moving closer to a merger of its two operating systems. Hiroshi Lockheimer, who is the vp of engineering for the Android operating system, has had the engineering team assigned to the Chrome operating […] Come comment on this article: Shuffle in positions may signal more Android/Chrome consolidation Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and ...

18-10-2014, 09:25 By Jeff Causey
Microsoft Brings Bing Rewards App To Android, Doesn't Pay You In Google Play Credit
Microsoft has launched its Bing Rewards app into the Play Store, and if you're expecting an experience akin to Google Opinion Rewards, don't. This offering is even easier, assuming you can handle using Bing as a search engine. This may be painless for some folks, but Microsoft apparently wants users enough to pay them. People can win points just by searching for things and eventually redeem them for gift cards and other prizes. Microsoft Brings Bing Rewards App To Android, Doesn't Pay You In ...

18-10-2014, 09:13 By Bertel King, Jr.
Get ready to tap with Android 5.0 Lollipop Easter egg
Google including an Easter egg or two in a release of Android should be no surprise to anyone. The company enjoys having fun with their software releases and challenging fans to find the stuff they have hidden. The Easter egg included in Android 5.0 Lollipop may be their most ambitious yet as it is a […] Come comment on this article: Get ready to tap with Android 5.0 Lollipop Easter egg Visit TalkAndroid for Android news, Android guides, and much more!

18-10-2014, 08:59 By Jeff Causey

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