This wonderful Geek-Christmas time of the year is back once more, promising a lot of exciting reveals from big manufacturers such as HTC and Samsung, but also some pretty gems teased by other smaller OEMs. What kind of exciting products will we see? While we've got a lot of leaked information from the highly expected S6 and M9, there is still a lot to learn about both - and about everything else that will be shown. What kind of trends will...
KitKat Released for Sprint HTC One, Android Gaining 64-bit Support and Default ART Runtime – XDA Developer TV
Suddenly, a wild HTC One KitKat release appears on Sprint version! That and much more news is covered by Jordan, as he reviews all the important stories from this weekend. Included in this week’s news is the announcement that Android is preparing to move to 64-bit and ART will replace Dalvik, as well as how OmniROM now features an innovative new feature called OmniSwitch!
Jordan talks about an article about learning how to use Gerrit and forums created for Web App Development at XDA. Also, the Sony Xperia Z1 compact had its source code released and now has a forum here on XDA! Be sure to check out the other videos released this week on XDA Developer TV. Pull up a chair and check out this video.
Links to stories mentioned:
- Unexpectedly, KitKat Available on the Sprint HTC One Despite Apology Letter
- Android Preparing to Become a 64-bit OS, ART Will Replace Dalvik as Default Runtime Compiler
- Meet OmniSwitch: An Innovative New Feature in OmniROM
- Learn How to Gerrit with a Handy Guide
- Forum Created for Mobile Web App Development (Cordova, PhoneGap)
- Forum Created for the Sony Xperia Z1 Compact, Source Code Released!
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