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Motorola Nexus 6 “Shamu” Goes through CPU-Z

A rather important moment for Android fans is about to pass. Android L will soon be released and the new, rumored Motorola Nexus 6 is perhaps the hottest topic of the last few weeks. Every day brings some new information and leaks regarding the new phablet device from Google. The latest leaks from the popular...

Google to Release a New Android L Preview Very Soon

Google has sent some clear signals that a new developer preview of Android L might be right around the corner. There has been some recent activity in the issue tracker that might indicate that this new release will be available for download very soon. After analyzing the tracker, we can say that Google's focused on fixing things rather than adding new...

Project Ara: Modified Android L and Hot Swapping

Project Ara is a very exciting topic--both for hardware and software enthusiasts. The modular smartphone idea looks like a mission impossible, but Google is determined to make it a reality pretty soon. Paul Eremenko from Project Ara team has shed some lights on the project's status and we now know that Ara will have a modified...

Android M Mentions Spotted in Android Code Review

While we are still waiting for Android L to be officially released, the first mentions of Android M have been spotted in the Android Code review discussion group. Google looks to be continuing its Android naming scheme, and M seems to be the future successor for the yet unnamed Android L.Android L was officially announced...

Flyme OS Ported to the Google Nexus 5, Android L Will Have Default Data Encryption – XDA Developer TV

Flyme OS has been ported to the Google Nexus 5! That and much more news is covered by Jordan when he reviews all the important stories from this weekend. Included in this weekend's news is the announcement of Android L having Data Encryption turned on by default and be sure the check out the article...

Android L Will Have Data Encryption Turned On by Default

Android L, once it is eventually released, will feature data encryption turned on by default. This information has been revealed by Niki Christoff, spokeswoman for Google. And in doing so, the Mountain View company is joining Apple in the battle for user privacy and security.Data encryption is nothing new in Android, as it has been available on certain Android devices...

Try Out the Android L Lock Screen on Your Device

Android L is shaping up to be one of the most important releases of Google's ever so popular mobile OS. Many components have been rewritten, and the OS has gone 64-bit. Some system applications designed specifically for the latest developer preview version of Android L also work on previous versions, but the majority of them need to be...

Android L to be Called Lemon Meringue Pie? Google Chromecast Rootable Again! – XDA Developer TV

The Google Chromecast has become rootable once again! That and much more news is covered by Jordan when he reviews all the important stories from this weekend. Included in this weekend's news is the announcement of Android L potentially being called Lemon Meringue Pie and be sure the check out the article talking about the...

Android L to Be Called Lemon Meringue Pie After All?

Android L's official release is growing closer with each passing day. But despite how close we are to its official release, two preview releases, and a limited source code release, we still know relatively little about Google's next OS. The codename still remains unknown, and this has lead to quite a bit of speculation regarding...

Android L Preview Images Updated! CyanogenMod 11 M9 Released with Support for Xperia Z2 and HTC M8 – XDA Developer TV

The Android L developer preview images for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 have been updated!! That and much more news is covered by Jordan when he reviews all the important stories from this week. Included in this week's news is the announcement of CyanogenMod 11 Milestone 9 being available for supported devices and be...

Immersive Mode on Unrooted Devices with GMD Full Screen Immersive Mode

Everyone likes screen real estate--no question about that. The sole idea of having more space available for your clutter of icons, widgets, and so on is what has fueled phone manufacturers to come up with screens so large that they barely fit in our pockets anymore. We do, however, always look for more, and one sure...

HenryMP Gives Apollo Music Player a Material Design Makeover

The recently unveiled Android L has changed quite a few things related to user experience, as well as some interface design nuances. Google presented its new design language, Material Design, which will soon replace the good old Holo in the majority of future applications. Material Design is currently available only on Android L, and some lucky testers can try it out...