Need some material design icons for your latest app or website? Or perhaps you're a designer looking to share some of your work? Material Design Icons probably has what you're looking for. For developers, it means open, searchable icons that are available in all the formats you could wish for. Developing for Android? You can download any icon in two formats: Android 5.x (gives you a vector drawable along with PNGs in black, gray and the color of your choosing),...
Alpha CM11 KitKat Builds Available for the Sony Xperia P
Just a few days ago, we wrote about KitKat ported to Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini–the first device running ST-Ericsson NovaThor SoC. As most of you know, this chip is not the easiest to work with, and the fact that the company doesn’t exist now only makes things worse. Despite those difficulties, XDA Recognized Contributor percy_g2 and Recognized Developer Munjeni made the first Android 4.4 KitKat port for Sony Xperia P.
The build is quite early and is still described as alpha. It’s not yet fully functional, as SystemUI crashes at times and there are some bugs here and there. However, we should consider percy’s work as a great achievement, and it’s just a matter of time to have a relatively stable build of CyanogenMod 11 on this device.
If you are interested to see how KitKat is working on Xperia P, visit the ROM thread and try out the newest nightly.
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