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Nokia X Rooted, Loaded with Google Apps, KitKat Comes to T-Mo G2, 4K Video in Stock LG Camera – XDA Developer TV
Android 4.4.2 KitKat source code for the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S4 been released! That and much more news is covered by Jordan, as he reviews all the important stories from this week. Included in this week’s news is the announcement that the T-Mobile LG G2’s KitKat update is available as well and Android 4.4 has been leaked for the AT&T LG Optimus G Pro! That’s not all that’s covered in today’s video!
Jordan talks about adding 4k and 120 FPS abilities to the Stock LG Camera. Finally, Nokia treats developers well and the Nokia X has been rooted and loaded with Google Apps, the Play Store and Google Now! Pull up a chair and check out this and other XDA Developer TV videos.
Links to stories mentioned:
- Android 4.4.2 Source Code Released for T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3, NB4 OTA Imminent
- KitKat Arrives on the T-Mobile LG G2, Comes as a 1.5 GB Full KDZ Update
- Android 4.4 Leaked for the AT&T LG Optimus G Pro
- Add 4K and 120 FPS to the Stock LG Camera App
- Sony Xperia Z2 Firmware Dumped for Your Porting Pleasure!
- Nokia X Rooted and Loaded with Google Apps, Play Store, and Google Now Launcher!
- Nokia Shows Other OEMs How to Deal with the Development Community!
- Forums Added for the Nokia X, HTC Desire 816, LG G Pro 2, LG G2 Mini, and Xperia M2
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