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'Jackalope' Update Heading To Ouya Consoles Right Now With New Rating System And Assorted Tweaks

Sticking with the cryptozoological theme, the Ouya folks have released the first console update of 2014 and it's called Jackalope. The update should appear on consoles in short order, and you'll have to update if you want to continue playing. However, that won't be the case next time thanks to that Jackalope magic.

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Sony Xperia Z1 And Z Ultra Getting A Second Android 4.3 Update With Tweaks To Display, WiFi, Bluetooth, And More

Sony bumped the Xperia Z1 and Z Ultra to Android 4.3 in December, but a new software build is starting to make its way to users starting today. This one has build number 14.2.A.1.136, but it's still Android 4.3 – Sony is just doing a little housekeeping.

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The HTC One X 4.2.2 Update On AT&T Is Starting To Roll Out, May Come With A Tiny 16MB Pre-Update OTA

That hotly anticipated Android 4.2.2 update for the AT&T HTC One was approved for distribution yesterday, but now it's reportedly hitting devices. Users on XDA report that a small 16MB update is showing up first, then sometime later, the big 537MB update to Android 4.2.2 appears.

2014-01-29 17_19_22-HTC One X Sense 5 _ Software Updates _ HTC, U.S.

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AT&T Finally Approves Android 4.2.2 Update For HTC One X, Expected To Hit Devices On January 29th

There were some delays, but HTC's last-generation flagship device is getting the bump up to Android 4.2.2. Yes, AT&T has approved the OTA for its version of the HTC One X. Sadly, this will be the last new version of Android it sees. It's better than nothing, though.

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Samsung Releases First Android 4.4.2 Build For The Exynos-Powered Galaxy Note 3, Including Kernel Source

Samsung saw fit to sneak Android 4.4.2 out on the international Snapdragon-based Note 3 last week (starting with Poland, for some reason), but now things are picking up steam. The first 4.4.2 updates are arriving for the Exynos Note 3 (SM-N900). First up on the update list this time is Russia.

2014-01-20 14_51_27-Open Source Release Center

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AT&T Begins Rolling Out Android 4.2.2 With Sense 5.0 For The HTC One X+

We were promised an update earlier this week, and AT&T is delivering. While the HTC One X+ is never going to reach KitKat (or even Android 4.3), it is getting an update to Android 4.2.2 with Sense 5.0. The update has started hitting the first devices now, so you can begin obsessively checking for updates any time.

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AT&T Begins Rolling Out Android 4.3 To The Samsung Galaxy S4 Active

An update is hitting AT&T's Galaxy S4 active today, but it's not KitKat. No, this update is finally bringing the more durable S4 variant up to Android 4.3 with the rest of Samsung's current generation.

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Samsung Rolling Out Android 4.4.2 For The Galaxy Note 3 (N9005), Starting With Poland [Update: Changelog And Video]

Rarely does the first leaked firmware update for a flagship phone end up being exactly what rolls out to users, but that appears to be the case for the recently leaked KitKat ROM for the Note 3. Android 4.4.2 (N9005XXUENA6) is appearing in Poland through Kies right now, and the version number matches the leak from this weekend.

2014-01-13 07.59.06

Samsung made a few notable tweaks in KitKat for the Note 3, just like it did for the ROM for the Galaxy S4 leaked a few days earlier.

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Leaked Android 4.4 For Galaxy S4 Breaks SuperSU, Chainfire Already Has A Fix

OTA updates are usually a good thing, but first impressions can be misleading. The just leaked Android 4.4 KitKat build for the Galaxy S4 seems good, but some behind-the-scenes changes broke SuperSU, making root access difficult. Ever the go-getter, Chainfire already has it sorted out.

The new flashable ZIP file is available from Chainfire's site – version number 1.89. CF-Auto-Root has also been updated to include the new SuperSU. This has been successfully tested with the leaked ROM on the GT-i9505, but should also be fine on other devices you need to get root on.

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Dell Venue 7 And Venue 8 Finally Getting Their Android 4.3 Updates

Dell began sending out Android 4.3 updates to it's budget Atom-based Android tablets late last year, but it's been a super-slow rollout. Well, now it's picking up steam. The OTA should be hitting both tablets soon, if not already.

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