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KitKat Conquers NovaThor: Early CM11 for the Galaxy SIII Mini
It’s less than two weeks since Android 4.4 was released. Many developers successfully brought its sweetness to various unsupported devices. Android is capable of running on many different Systems-on-a-Chip like Qualcomm Snapdragon or Samsung Exynos, and sometimes it’s not easy to create a fully working custom ROM without proper drivers and documentation.
iswas one of the more problematic SoCs available in many mid-range devices such as the Samsung Galaxy S III Mini or Sony Xperia U or P. Well, “was” because the company simply disappeared from the market like Texas Instruments, the creators of OMAP used in the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Despite this, XDA Senior Member New Macław and his developer team created an almost fully working Android 4.4 build for the device.
The newest build is still considered beta, but a greater number of features are already working. Developers are working to fix remaining bugs like camera and SD mounting, which are common bugs in most Android 4.4 builds. It’s worth mentioning that the build’s first release was announced just yesterday, so the developers are working amazingly fast.
More information can be found in the ROM thread.
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Once a year, top players in the mobile sphere gather for MWC, to show off what they've been working on and collectively set the standard for the year to come. Yesterday was a big day with the launch of HTC and Samsung's flagships, alongside numerous other announcements, and today it was Google's turn to take the stage. SVP Sundar Pichai took the stage in Barcelona to speak about Google's network initiatives, Project Link and Project Loon, as well as to...
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