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HTC Releases Sprint EVO 4G LTE Android 4.3 Update As A Full RUU File, No OTA Update Coming

Just yesterday HTC committed to two full years of updates after release for new phones, but it looks like the company isn't keeping the updates to recent hardware. Last night Martin Fichter, one of HTC's US vice presidents, posted a link for a ROM Update Utility file ("RUU") for Sprint's HTC EVO 4G LTE to Twitter. The RUU updates the phone to Android 4.3 and Sense 5. If you've got an EVO 4G LTE phone and a Windows computer, you can flash it right now.

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Samsung Posts Sprint Galaxy Note 3 KitKat Kernel Source – OTA Can't Be Far Off

Samsung has updated its open source pages with kernel source for the Sprint version of the Galaxy Note 3, but this isn't just any update. You can now download the long-awaited KitKat source for Samsung's phablet on Sprint. If we take a lesson from recent history, the OTA could be announced as soon as tomorrow.

2014-02-18 21_23_26-Open Source Release Center

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Samsung Lists Which US Galaxy Smartphones And Tablets Will Get Updated To KitKat

Samsung has been very cautious in rolling out its KitKat update thus far, with even most Galaxy S4 owners still waiting around on Jelly Bean. This doesn't even take into account all the millions of other Galaxy smartphones and tablets that often take a backseat to the company's flagship. Yet Samsung has now provided a list of all the devices it intends to bump up to Android 4.4.2 before it's all said and done.

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Android 4.4.2_r2 (KVT49L) Shows Up In AOSP, Here's The Changelog

A brand new OTA began rolling out to the 2013 Nexus 7 LTE just two days ago, and today those changes finally appeared in AOSP. As is the tradition, Al Sutton built a list of changes and posted them to his site. Every bug fix and tweak from KOT49H (4.4.2_r1) to KVT49L (4.4.2_r2) is included. There isn't a lot to look at, but if you're interested in what's new, you can find the developer changelog here.

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Android 4.4 Update Is Rolling Out To The Sprint Samsung Galaxy S4

The kernel source dropped yesterday, which seemed to point to an impending release, and we didn't have to wait long. Android 4.4 is on its way to all Galaxy S4 users on Sprint, but you'll have to wait your turn.

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Android 4.4.2 Now Available For The US Cellular Moto X [Update: Now Starting On 2/14]

Update: Motorola is saying that the OTA was delayed slightly. It should start rolling out today 2/13.

Right on the heels of the T-Mobile update, US Cellular's Moto X is getting the bump up to version 4.4.2. This OTA started hitting a few devices last week, but now it should be rolling out to everyone. Head to the settings and check your update menu at your earliest convenience.

2014-02-12 15_01_09-Android Downloads _ Android-Powered Phones _ U.S. Cellular

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PSA: App Downloads From The Play Store Are Failing With Error 403 For Some, Best To Wait It Out [Updated]

Update [2/12]: It looks like the glitch is over with. Several people are reporting that downloads are working again and everything has returned to normal.

If you've been having trouble with 403 errors while attempting to download new or updated versions of apps from the Play Store, welcome to the club. Reports have been popping up all over the Internet from people experiencing the same issue. Unlike the infamous Package File Invalid Error, the glitch appears to be persistent, preventing any and all downloads from starting.

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CyanogenMod Releases CM11 Test Build For The Galaxy S4 International Exynos Version (GT-I9500), Nightlies Coming Soon

There are so many regional and carrier variants of Samsung's Galaxy S4 flagship that even we can hardly keep them straight, but apparently CyanogenMod hasn't released an official ROM for the white bread, vanilla, Exynos-powered original GS4 before now. But lo and behold, a new build for the GT-I9500 GSM model has appeared on the CM download page. It's a test version of CyanogenMod 11 (Android 4.4) if you're interested. 

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As you may recall, support for Exynos-based hardware has been something of a sticking point for CyanogenMod and other ROM teams.

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The Moto X Android 4.4.2 Rollout Is Starting With The T-Mobile Version Following A Successful Soak Test

Android 4.4.2 is reaching the Moto X on T-Mobile today, which passed the recent soak test with flying colors. The update notification will be presenting itself soon, but you can also just head into the settings and check for updates manually. Yes, this is one of those rare times the update button will actually do something.

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Rumor: Google To Begin Forcing OEMs To Certify Android Devices With A Recent OS Version If They Want Google Apps

Every so often, something shows up in the Android Police tip box that seems just a little too wild to be true. Such was the case with the information that led us to publish this story. After all, if someone simply claimed that Google was forcing device OEMs to use up-to-date software in order to get access to Google Mobile Services, you'd probably find such an allegation dubious at best. Even if they included moderately convincing evidence that this was the case.

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